European Parliament Demands Ban on “Neo-Fascist and Neo-Nazi” Groups
Parliament “concerned by the increasing normalisation of fascism, racism and xenophobia” and calls on EU member states to ban “neo-fascist and neo-Nazi groups.”
IN A resolution passed 355 votes to 90 and with 39 abstentions, MEPs denounce the “lack of serious action” against “these groups” has enabled the “current xenophobic surge” in Europe. The text mentions the attack that killed 77 people in Norway in 2011, the killing of UK MP Jo Cox in 2016, and the recent “attack by fascist squads” in Italy against MEP Eleonora Forenza.
The text does not mention Islamic or Jewish anti-White crimes or hatred, or the suppression of the rights of Whites — including the right to peaceably live in their own homelands — in any way. But it does refer to several incidents involving “fascists” in Poland, Greece, Italy, Germany, France, Spain, Latvia, and the Nordic countries.
“Ban all organisations glorifying fascism”
They propose setting up anti-hate crime units in police forces to ensure these crimes are investigated and prosecuted. They also urge national authorities to “effectively ban neo-fascist and neo-Nazi groups and any other foundation or association that exalts and glorifies Nazism and fascism.”
“End collusion with neo-fascists”
Troubled by reports of collusion between political leaders, political parties, and law enforcement with “neo-fascists and neo-Nazis” in some member states, Parliament calls on the member states to clearly condemn and sanction “hate crime, hate speech” and scapegoating by politicians and public officials, as they “directly normalise and reinforce hatred and violence.”
“Measures are also necessary,” they say, to counteract the spread of “racism, fascism and xenophobia” through the Internet, in cooperation with social media companies.
“Stop racism in sport and help members of fascist groups who want to leave”
The resolution demands that member states and national sports federations, in particular football clubs, “counteract the scourge of racism, fascism and xenophobia” in stadiums and in sports culture by condemning and punishing those responsible and by promoting “positive educational activities targeting young fans, in cooperation with schools and civil society organisations.” [Read: Promote racial mixing propaganda provided (at substantial cost, of course) by Jewish organizations. — Ed.]
EU countries should also set up “exit programmes” to help individuals to leave “violent neo-fascist and neo-Nazi groups.” MEPs “stress the importance of education, to increase history awareness among the youth” and call for “a clear rejection of the fascist crimes of the past.” They emphasize that “the truth about the Holocaust must not be trivialised.” [See previous NV editor’s note — times two! — Ed.]
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Source: Daily Archives