It’s good to see European nationalists using the term White People.
The anti-whites always say that it’s OK for us to celebrate being Irish or Italian or British, but NOT WHITE, OMG, that’s soooo evil. The lefties say White Identity is Evil, therefore, we know exactly what ideological ground we want to occupy — Whites have a Right to Exist.
New meme — the Biological European Union, or BEU. Maybe someone can get a better term, but one that uses the term “European Union.” A meme for Global White Identity and Unity.
I ask the commenters to come up with phrases and graphics for the Biological European Union. Feel free to change the phrase. Biological European Union is just the idea, not necessarily the best way to word it. What I’m really looking for is a term that expresses the transnational and biological and unitary nature of people of unmixed European descent.
The Lefties are also disturbed by the flexible and changing nature of who is white. Good! They will scream at us that our concept of Whiteness is so flawed or whatever. Hahahaha! It may be flawed, but it is OURS and you scum cannot have it! THe more you hate it, the more we love it!
The National Democratic Party (NPD), described by German intelligence as “racist, anti-Semitic and revisionist”, has put stopping mass immigration at the core of its election program for this week’s vote.
Abolition of a German law allowing only parties with three percent of the vote to claim seats will almost certainly open the door to the NPD, which has been campaigning under slogans including “Money for granny instead of Sinti and Roma” and “the boat is full”.
“We say Europe is the continent of white people and it should remain that way,” Udo Voigt, the lead candidate for the NPD, told Reuters in a rare interview.
“We want to make sure that even in 50 years’ time an Italian, a Frenchman, an Englishman, an Irishman and a German are still recognizable as European and cannot be mistaken for Ghanaians or Chinese,” the 62-year-old said in an office adorned with the German and party flags at NPD headquarters in Berlin.
Voigt denies such views amount to racism and says his party rests on a democratic foundation.
The NPD, founded in 1964, is campaigning to get rid of Europe’s passport-free Schengen zone, stop the free movement of workers, abolish the euro and transform the EU into a “united Europe of Fatherlands” of independent sovereign states.
“I’ll throw a spanner in the works by foiling plans to create a multicultural society in Europe and thwarting billions of spending on bank bailouts rather than on unemployed people in Europe and we want to talk about renegotiating the Schengen agreement,” Voigt said.
A Catholic who enjoys sailing and skiing, Voigt trained as an aerospace metalworker before joining the army. Prevented from becoming an officer by his NPD membership, he studied politics and became a teacher at an NPD training center in Italy.
He had joined the party in 1968 after attending an NPD event where, for the first time, he said, he heard a politician express pride in German history. When leftists tried to cut cables and knock over the loudspeakers, a fight broke out.
Martin Schulz, the center-left’s candidate, has called on Europeans to use their votes to prevent the NPD getting in.
“Seventy-five years after the start of World War Two, we Germans are running the risk that proponents of Adolf Hitler’s ideology could win a seat in the next European Parliament.”
Manfred Guellner, head of the Forsa polling institute, said around 11 percent of the German electorate could be potential voters for the extreme right, though he believed not much more than 1 percent would actually vote for the NPD.
“As there’s no longer any threshold and you can now can get into the European Parliament with around 1 percent of valid votes, it’s extremely likely the NPD will manage to enter the European Parliament,” he said.
The traditionally low turnout for European elections – in 2009 it was 43 percent – favors radical parties like the NPD whose supporters are more likely to go and cast their ballots.
SHUNNED BY RIGHT
Voigt said the NPD could win between 1 and 3 seats.
But the party is so far to the right it may have trouble finding partners in the assembly, especially because of moves to have it banned and sensitivities about Germany’s Nazi past.
“Even Jobbik (in Hungary) has avoided working with the NPD where at all possible because it always looks bad for parties if they work with the NPD,” Lazaros Miliopoulos, a political scientist at the University of Bonn, said.
Voigt, who has been given a prison sentence subject to appeal for incitement, says the NPD would like to work with like-minded nationalists in Jobbik, Greece’s Golden Dawn, the British National Party and Bulgaria’s Attack.
But he acknowledged that the Dutch right-wing populist Party for Freedom (PVV), France’s National Front, the UK Independence Party (UKIP) and Alternative for Germany (AfD), which may steal some NPD votes, were unlikely to work with the more radical NPD.