EUROPEAN ELECTIONSOn Saturday, August 26, representatives of six European nationalist parties gathered in Budapest. The meeting was initiated by the Hungarian party Mi Hazánk and took place in the national parliament. Representatives of the parties signed a joint declaration that not only reaffirms the parties' friendship but also their unity on a range of complex political issues. A surprisingly clear and radical manifesto was established. The hope is that this cooperation will lead to success in the EU elections and eventually result in the formation of a group in the European Parliament. For Swedish nationalism, this meeting marks a success as Sweden, for the first time, has a party represented in a leading nationalist cooperation in Europe. Free West Media was present at this historic event.
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Sweden will have to wait a bit longer for NATO membership, according to Turkey's Justice Minister Jilmaz Tunc. First, Sweden must extradite the "terrorists" Turkey wants and stop the desecration of the Quran.
Alternative for Germany (AfD) held a party conference on July 29-30 to select candidates for the upcoming EU election next year. EU Parliament member Maximilian Krah, belonging to the party's more radical, ethnonationalist faction, was appointed as the top candidate. The party's two spokespersons delivered powerful speeches criticizing the EU's failed migration policy and trade sanctions that isolate Europe and Germany from the rest of the world. They argued that it's time for the EU to return a significant portion of its power to national parliaments. However, they have dropped the demand for Germany to exit the EU.
The rising popularity of AfD has raised strong concerns within the establishment. Despite lies and demonization in the media and isolation from the overall political establishment, the party continues to grow. Certain representatives of the party are accused of becoming increasingly "extreme," and in an unusual move, the influential weekly newspaper Der Spiegel demanded that AfD be "banned."
The Olympic Games were meant to promote world peace by the means of sports competition, channelling rivalry between countries into peaceful games. This idea is now being undermined by the decision to ban Russian athletes to compete under their national flag. In the times of heightened tensions, the Olympic Games’ raison d’être is being degraded when it is needed the most.
Denmark has taken a historic step when it was decided on 3 June to move the entire asylum process to Africa. Not even those who are granted asylum will be allowed to immigrate to Denmark, but refuge will be offered to them in an African country. This means zero asylum immigrants to Denmark as soon as the new system is in place — the first of two necessary steps to make Denmark Danish again.
Ukraine has become the battlefield of the new cold war, fuelled by neocons in the US and their desire to dominate the world. Not even the Orthodox Church has escaped the mundane calamity and the politicians desire to use it as a tool of anti-Russian sentiment. In this text, I will try to explain the fate of the Orthodox Church in Ukraine and how a new, competing Church was constructed.
ChisinauIn a common struggle for the freedom and identity for all peoples around the world, Vavra Suk brings a brief but important message from his field of work: He has been involved in alternative media for 20 years.
Why are the citizens of Europe so angry and turning away from the established parties? It must be because of … Russia! That at least is what the New York Times is claiming in an article published August 10, with logic that bears a striking resemblance to the narrative that explains why Donald Trump won the presidency in 2016. With this kind of reality concept to navigate from, it is not surprising that the mainstream media are failing.
BergenThe Norwegian frigate HNM Helge Ingstad, NATO designation F313, collided with the fully loaded tanker Sola TS in Hjeltefjorden, north of Bergen, Norway, on November 8, 2018. FWM translated the radio communication during the accident.