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Tuesday, 19 January 2010


Hungary's right-wing party Jobbik launched its general election campaign, promising to promote local businesses over multinationals and tackle crime which it blames on the large Roma minority. "Now, at last, radical change can come," Gabor Vona, Jobbik's chairman and its candidate for prime minister told about 3000 people at a rally near Budapest. "With a stroke of the pen, or rather two, we can put an end to the last 20 years." Members of the Hungarian Guard, a nationalist organisation dissolved by court order last year for fuelling ethnic tensions and disrupting public order were prominently present dressed in uniform at the rally in a sports arena. Jobbik, capitalising on discontent over the country's economic crisis, has scored consistently around 10 percent among decided voters in recent polls. In June 2009, the party won 15 percent of the vote in elections to the European Parliament.

The party has promised to protect local land ownership from foreign buyers and to direct business subsidies to local small businesses rather than multinational corporations. Jobbik also backs autonomy claims of ethnic Hungarians living in neighbouring countries such as Slovakia and Romania. Jobbik has said it wants to preserve Hungary's national heritage, to tie welfare benefits to work and to create a special police unit to tackle what it calls "Gypsy crime". Its programme could increase the ethnic tensions that have plagued Hungary in recent years, analysts say.

Web Stalker Jailed For Harassing Ex-Classmate

Sky News Reports Today
A man who stalked a former school classmate and Googled her 40,000 times in a year has been sentenced to 16 weeks in prison.

"This is an incredibly ill and obsessed man who won't go away, refuses to leave me and my family alone and you have to question his intentions," Mrs Waxman, a mother-of-two, told Sky News.

"I know the statistics for stalkers, I know where it often leads ... it's horrible to think about it."
In a 16-page, written impact statement to the court Mrs Waxman described seven years of harassment during which she suffered a miscarriage, an eating disorder, sleepless nights and was forced to move home five times.

Nick Griffin to speak at American white supremacist conference in February 2010

Although the British National Parties BNP leader in the UK continues to claim publicly that he is not a white supremacist or he has neo-Nazi friends. In February 2010 he will be a guest speaker at the American Renaissance conference in Northern Virginia.

Critics say that some of those who attend are neo-Nazis, white nationalists, white separatists, Ku Klux Klan members, Holocaust deniers and eugenicists Recently we reported that in the USA in 2009 the number of hate groups was 944 and rising and hate crimes figures are obviously also rising.

Yet Griffin once again courts the attention of the people who not only attend these groups but run these groups.

Is this the action of a British politician that claims to represent Britain?

American Renaissance Announcement

Norflok Unity have a great item posted about the American Campaing to prevent this confrence going ahead.
Norfolk Unity