17 January, 2007

Aryan Free Speech vs Jewish Forced Lies in Europe

Posted by alex in Europe, free-speech martyrs, loxism at 5:20 pm | Permanent Link

“While preserving freedom of expression …

[… let’s imprison more anti-semites while pretending we’re not controlled by Jews”]

She urged EU nations to agree on new common rules to combat racism and xenophobia within the EU as soon as possible, including the introduction of minimum EU-wide jail terms – which she said should be between one and three years – against those who purposely incite racist violence or hatred, or those who deny the genocide of Jews during World War II.


the EU’s new political force

By Stephen Castle in Strasbourg

Published: 16 January 2007

Europe’s far-right, xenophobic and extremist parties crossed a new threshold yesterday, winning more speaking time, money, and political influence in the European Parliament than ever before. Claiming the backing of 23 million Europeans, ultra-nationalists secured enough MEPs to make a formal political grouping, underlining the growing challenge posed by the far right across the continent. For the first time since the Second World War a series of elections has swept nationalistic, far-right parties into office in municipal, regional, national and European parliament elections. The admission of Romania and Bulgaria in January of this year brought in enough far-right MEPs to form a bloc.

Mainstream politicians have been struggling for years to contain the threat from hardline nationalists and extremists who have entered coalitions or supported ruling governments in countries such as Austria, Denmark, Poland and Slovakia.

Amid formal protests and jeers in the Strasbourg Parliament, 20 MEPs yesterday signed up to the new formation called Identity, Tradition, Sovereignty (ITS). As a formal group, they are entitled to up to €1m in central funding. It is led by Bruno Gollnisch of France’s National Front, who is awaiting a court verdict on charges of Holocaust denial.

Made up of ultra-nationalists the group includes one Bulgarian parliamentarian, Dimitar Stoyanov, who yesterday attacked the “Jewish establishment” and accused Roma parents of selling 12-year-olds into prostitution.

Even the ringtone of Mr Stoyanov’s phone points to his hardline politics. It features a former Bulgarian national anthem which, he says, “tells of the atrocities of the Turkish army in the second Balkan war, how the rivers were flowing with blood and the widows weeping, and urges people to fight for Bulgaria”.

A previous far-right grouping in the European Parliament faltered in the 1980s and rival MEPs predict that ITS will have a limited impact on the Strasbourg assembly.

Martin Schulz, leader of the socialist group which is the second-largest in the Parliament, appealed to other MEPs to unite to prevent ITS from securing senior positions in Strasbourg. He said: “We must not abandon this Parliament, which symbolises the integration of Europe, to those who deny all European values.”

The new political group was established despite efforts by socialist MEPs to block its formation. One British MEP, Ashley Mote, has joined the group. A former Ukip member, Mr Mote was suspended from that party in 2004 when he faced prosecution for housing benefit fraud and has since sat as an independent.

Prominent members of the far-right alliance include Jean-Marie Le Pen, veteran member of the French National Front, who shocked Europe by reaching the second stage of the last French presidential elections, Alessandra Mussolini, granddaughter of Benito Mussolini, Frank Vanhecke, leader of Belgium’s separatist Flemish nationalist party, Vlaams Belang, and Andreas Mölzer, a former aide to the Austrian far-right leader, Jörg Haider.

Under the Parliament’s rules a formal grouping requires 20 MEPs from at least six countries. That requirement was reached only after Romania and Bulgaria joined the EU this month.

As MEPs converged on Strasbourg, Mr Stoyanov, who at 23 is the Parliament’s youngest member, claimed the ITS had crossed a threshold of power. “We will be able to table amendments,” said Mr Stoyanov. “We will have longer speaking time in the plenary sessions and, eventually, we will win chairman, or deputy chairman, positions on committees.” Mr Stoyanov, of Bulgaria’s Ataka party, denied being anti-Semitic but said he opposed the ” Jewish establishment” which used ordinary Jewish people “like pawns” .

In the parliamentary chamber Mr Gollnisch claimed that the new group ” will speak on behalf of 23 million Europeans who would not be represented without us”.

He added: “We will be the Parliament’s conscience. We will be vigilant defenders of the peoples and nations of Europe who want our continent and civilisation to be great.”

The sweep of extremism in expanded Europe


Party: Partidul Romania Mare (Greater Romania)
Leader: Corneliu Vadim Tudor
No. of MEPs: 5

Has five ITS members, all from racist, homophobic Greater Romania party, a, nationalist organisation that voted against joining the EU. Among other things, the party despises ethnic Hungarians, Jews and Romas.

United Kingdom

Party: N/A (Independent)
No. of MEPs: 1

British membership of ITS is limited to South East England’s independent MEP Ashley Mote. Mr Mote first entered European politics with UKIP but was ejected in 2004 after being tried for benefit fraud.


Party: Austrian Freedom Party (Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs)
Leader: Heinz-Christian Strache
No. of MEPs: One

The Austrian Freedom Party, which Jorg Haider made a household name is still winning votes even after his departure. The FP promises stronger anti-immigration laws, stricter law enforcement and more funds for families.


Party: Alternativa Sociale, Fiamme Tricolore
Leaders: Alessandra Mussolini and Luca Romagnoli respectively
No. of MEPs: 2

MEPs Alessandra Mussolini, and Luca Romagnoli are both remnants of the Fascist party that ruled Italy for two decades. Mussolini, grand-daughter of Il Duce, is a former glamour model. Neither enjoy mainstream support.

A long-cherished ambition, and a step further than before

Yesterday’s developments are the culmination of a long-cherished ambition by Europe’s far-right parties to form a recognised bloc in the European Parliament. They have had self-declared groups before, notably when Jean-Marie Le Pen of France’s National Front led an alliance called the European Right in Strasbourg in 1984-89, followed by the Technical Group of the European Right in 1989-94. On the ground and away from the parliament, the far right has prospered in several countries since the mid-Eighties. In Austria, Jörg Haider emerged in 1986 as leader of the Freedom Party. The Swiss People’s Party, led by Christoph Blocher, became Switzerland’s second-strongest political force in 1999. In Denmark, the ultra-right Danish People’s Party swept into parliament as the country’s third-largest party following the 2001 elections. In Italy, the xenophobic Northern League entered a right-wing coalition in the same year. In Belgium, far-right Flemish separatists have gained support throughout the decade, and the Netherlands was convulsed by the rise of the populist anti-immigration campaigner, Pim Fortuyn.



Germany Seeks Tougher Hate Crime Laws
Jan 15, 1:06 AM EST

DRESDEN, Germany (AP) — Germany’s justice minister said Sunday her country will push the European Union to adopt tough new rules to criminalize incitement of hatred and acts of racist violence within the 27-nation EU – including denying the Holocaust.

“I am optimistic that over the next six months we will manage to get a result,” Birgitte Zypries told reporters on the eve of two-day justice and interior ministers talks in the eastern city of Dresden.

Zypries and German Interior Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, who are hosting the meeting, have put the issue on the agenda of the two-day talks and of Germany’s six-month EU presidency.

She urged EU nations to agree on new common rules to combat racism and xenophobia within the EU as soon as possible, including the introduction of minimum EU-wide jail terms – which she said should be between one and three years – against those who purposely incite racist violence or hatred, or those who deny the genocide of Jews during World War II.

Efforts two years ago to set minimum jail terms ended in failure, however, after ministers were unable to agree. Several countries, notably Britain, Italy and Denmark, see such tough measures as overstepping the rights of expression under their national laws.

EU nations have been at pains to agree on common rules to combat racism and xenophobia in recent years, amid heightened ethnic and cultural tensions across Europe. EU Justice and Home Affairs Commissioner Franco Frattini said, however, that a compromise could be reached to ensure that personal freedoms were not encroached upon.

“While preserving freedom of expression, I think we have to criminalize concrete incitement,” Frattini said. He added that the German proposal, which will be presented in the months to come, would leave it up to member states to decide what racist incidents constituted a punishable crime.

“It means the lengths of terms of prison are to be decided at state level,” Frattini said.

Many EU nations already ban denials of the Holocaust including Germany, France, Spain, Austria and Belgium.

Austria last year jailed British writer David Irving for more than a year after he questioned the Holocaust in a book published there.


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  7. 4 Responses to “Aryan Free Speech vs Jewish Forced Lies in Europe”

    1. Whitepride Says:

      Here’s a link to a prank call by a radio station to the parents of a young jewish girl who is attending college. The daughter pranks them by saying she’s dating an Italian. If the parents reaction to the news that her daughter is dating an Italian isn’t a hate crime, then I don’t know what is.


      The radio station personel acted like the parent’s reaction was totally normal and acceptable. Could you imagine their reaction if those were White parents who didn’t want their daughter dating a nigger or a spic. They would denounce the parents as racists and bigots.

      If the jews have their way, the White parents would be doing 1 to 3 years for this “hate crime,” but the jew would be honored for trying to preserve his heritage.

    2. Roger Wilco Says:

      Fine. Then the EU should seek extradition of certain Hollywood execs who have consistently defamed White Southerners, Germans, Boers, Christians, average White Americans. Since these dishonest, shameful, hateful, inciting movies were shown in Europe, then the aforementioned laws were broken and justice should be sought.

      What if it were possible to use the Kikes’ own hate laws against the kikes?



    4. whyowhy Says:

      I listened to the prank call. The girls jewish parents went ballistic when she told them she was dating an Italian. They behaved just like stereotypical jews, along with making some VERY racist statements. You’re right, the deejay acted like they were completely justified in their response. Can you imagine if they had convinced a White girl to pull this stunt and her parents had reacted in such a way? The station would have spent the next hour lecturing it’s listeners on the evils of racism and the beauty of miscegenation!