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Nazi salutes, anti-immigrant chants disrupt Brussels memorial

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Nazi salutes, anti-immigrant chants disrupt Brussels memorial

Though organizers postponed a Sunday march in the Belgian capital out of security fears, those who gathered at Brussels’ Place de la Bourse were confronted by protesters raising their arms in Nazi salutes and shouting anti-immigrant slogans. [...]

April 2, 2016 Author: dokumentationsarchiv

Report and impressions from the far right rally “We are Berlin – We are Germany – Merkel has to go” and the March 12 counter-demo in Berlin. What happened, what is going on and what will remain…

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Report and impressions from the far right rally “We are Berlin – We are Germany – Merkel has to go” and the March 12 counter-demo in Berlin. What happened, what is going on and what will remain…

Why is there currently in Berlin, despite its thoroughly broad solidarity wave to refugees, so little protesters to deal with the Right-wingers on the streets? [...]

March 31, 2016 Author: anonym

Elections in Slovakia: Nationalism and Xenophobia Win the Race

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Elections in Slovakia: Nationalism and Xenophobia Win the Race

Parliamentary elections were held last weekend in Slovakia. The 5.5 million inhabitants of this small country decided in which direction they wanted to go and which policies they agreed most with. And they did so massively. [...]

March 14, 2016 Author: Ruth Ferrero Turrión

Spain: A second chance for the radical populist right

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Spain: A second chance for the radical populist right

Ten years ago the radical populist right did not capitalise on the rise of anti-immigrant sentiment. Now discontent with the Popular Party (PP) could provide a new opportunity. [...]

February 16, 2015 Author: Sonia Alonso

Emigration and Xenophobia in Europe: “Jungle is knocking on Sweden’s doors”

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Emigration and Xenophobia in Europe: “Jungle is knocking on Sweden’s doors”

A team of Spanish independent journalists (The Ragged Army) have worked for six months in Northern Europe to portray the situation of the migrants, in particular those who have left their countries because of the recession. This initiative is part of a larger project about the new flows of migration and the emergence of fascist [...]

April 24, 2014 Author: Susana García

European lessons from the recent Swiss referendum

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European lessons from the recent Swiss referendum

“The Swiss referendum on imposing restrictions on the massive influx of migrants offers two hard but good lessons” [...]

February 12, 2014 Author: Dimitris Christopoulos

Interview with Eric Hobsbawm

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Interview with Eric Hobsbawm

Internationalism, which is the alternative to nationalism, is a tricky business. It’s either a politically empty slogan, as it was, for practical purposes, in the international labour movement—it didn’t mean anything specific—or it’s a way of ensuring uniformity for powerful, centralized organizations like the Roman Catholic Church, or the Comintern. [...]

March 28, 2013

Golden Dawn in Italy: founded in Trieste a branch of the Greek pro-Nazi movement

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Golden Dawn in Italy: founded in Trieste a branch of the Greek pro-Nazi movement

Golden Dawn, the Greek xenophobic and anti-Semitic Nazi movement, now speaks also Italian. A campaign of contacts, this time on the web (Facebook, Twitter and official website), officially launched the branch of the extremist party that is violently fighting against the presence of immigrants with lots of vengeful campaigns. The promoter of Golden Dawn Italy [...]

November 12, 2012 Author: Marco Pasqua

Racism and Fascism of our times is “post-modern”

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Racism and Fascism of our times is “post-modern”

It is true that there has been an increase of racist parties and ideologies all over Europe. In Hungary, the neo-Nazi party Jobbik has increased its quota from 2% in the 2006 election to 17% in the 2012 election. Geert Wilders’s Party of Freedom in the Netherlands gained 16% in the 2012 election, as opposed [...]

October 30, 2012 Author: Kostas Douzinas