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Fascist Political partys
UK--British National Party (BNP)--believes in throwing out non-white immigrants from UK. Also supports protectionist economic policies and the death penalty. Anti-abortion but not particularly clerical. Large proportion of members have criminal or hooligan backgrounds. Just won 3 local councillors gaining an average of 18% per seat contested (in 68 seats).

France--National Front (FN)--wants to expel non-white immigrants from France. Believes in "national preference", that is to say, preference to native-born French for jobs, housing, and welfare services. Anti-abortion and pro-Catholic Church (includes a Catholic theocratic element alongside fascist, republican, and regionalist elements). Pro-death penalty, even for drug dealers. Opposes gun control. Has roots in the 1950s Poujadiste movement and the 60s movement against decolonising Algeria. In the 1980s was fiercely anti-Communist and allied itself with free trade, NATO, Reagan and Thatcher. Now it is fiercely anti-American and anti-NATO, favouring high tariffs.

France--National Republican Movement (MNR)--split from FN when the intelligent deputy to Le Pen, Bruno Megret, tried to make a coup for power. Policies almost identical to FN except slightly more Gaullist and stresses anti-Islam over anti-USA.

Italy--National Alliance (AN)--composed of the majority faction of the MSI (Italian Social Movement) which was openly neo-fascist. The leader Gianfranco Fini moved from fascist to "social right" to total pawn of Berlusconi. Party now works within all international liberal institutions and has their total respect. Should no longer be considered fascist at all.

Italy--Northern League (LN)--wants independence for Padania (north Italy). Was at its founding, like the FN, for neoliberal economics and extremely anti-communist. In fact, it identified with the European Liberal Democrat group in the European Parliament. Its leader, Umberto Bossi, once mocked Gianfranco Fini by likening him to Mussolini. Has since become a fierce opponent of globalisation and opposed NATO bombing of Serbia. Immigraton, not taxes, is now their biggest issue. LN is now more fascist than National Alliance.

Italy--Italian Social Movement (MSI)--this party is fascist in any sense of the word, and openly so. Led by Pino Rauti, head of the minority faction of the old MSI who did not go along with the liquidation plans of Fini. Intellectual fascist. You should study this for your website. Very neat propaganda posters as well. Party believes in a statist, corporativist economy with high social welfare and high tariffs combined with a strong family life (abortion is a big issue) and law and order. Not very successful electorally though.

Switzerland--Swiss Peoples Party (SVP)--should not really be considered fascist. Sometimes called extreme right today because it is led by a billionaire, Hans Blocher, who hates the EU, UN, and immigration. But otherwise it is in the Alpine national-liberal tradition (which was comfortable with the Nazis but not ideologically fascist).

Austria--Freedom Party (FPOe)--similar to SVP but leader more outspoken. Larger social element to policies which sometimes take a corporativist approach. Yet the party still officially commits itself to liberalism.

Germany--Republicans (REP), German Peoples Union (DVU), and National Democratic Party (NPD)--I wrote these parties in descending order of loyalty to the current constitution. Otherwise, policies broadly fascist. They believe in a statist, protected economy with social welfare for ethnic Germans, they are anti-abortion, pro-family, anti-immigration, anti-civil liberties. Support base is very low except among young working class where it is strong. Sometimes win spots in state parliaments. German State trying to ban NPD because many skinheads represent them in marches.

Germany--Schill Party for Law and Order--New party set up by a man named Schill to run in local elections in Hamburg. He got 19% of the vote by surprise, defeating the Social Democrat government. Decided to take the party national. Got 4.9% in Saxony-Anhalt, barely missing the quota for seats. All about law and order, little else is known.

Belgium--Flemish Bloc (VB)--Vlaams Blok is much like FN and LN in evolution of policies. Wants independence for Flanders. It has now 16% of the vote in Flanders (including 33% in Antwerp) and close to 30% in Flemish parts of Brussels. It has a sister party in the French area, the National Front (FN), which is not as successful.

Holland--List Pim Fortuyn (LPF)--just won 17% of votes in Holland. NOT FASCIST AT ALL. Called "extreme right" for anti-immigration, anti-Islam, anti-crime bend. Otherwise very liberal, in fact, Pim Fortuyn was openly gay. He hated Islam because it is anti-gay and offends Dutch liberal values. Leader of party is now a black immigrant. May be in new Dutch coalition government.

Norway--Progress Party (Frp)--called extreme right once again for anti-immigrant policies but again it is not fascist. The party was founded as a libertarian group that wanted to eliminate income tax. Though that is still a stated goal, they now want to increase spending on health care and pensions as populist ploys for gaining votes. Leader is pro-EU and pro-free trade whereas most Norwegians are not. Very successful, 15% of vote.

Denmark--Danish Peoples Party (DFP)--split from Progress Party which was similar to Norway's Frp but more anti-EU. DFP's main issue is Muslim immigration. This set the agenda for the last election at which DFP came in third with 13% and kingmaker, determining the new government. Party is anti-EU and relatively conservative for Danes in moral/religious issues. Wants law and order and protection of welfare state for Danes first. Also wants to cut taxes (a holdover from the Progress Party).

Poland--Self-Defence of the Polish Republic (S)--led by outlandish politician, Andrzej Lepper. Agrarian party which hates the EU. Wants to protect farmers. Pro-Catholic and nationalist. Lepper styles himself as a peasant with a pitchfork driving the parasitic establishment out.

Poland--League of Polish Families (LPR)--fiercely Catholic nationalist party that hates the EU. Will serve, with S, as backbone of "No" camp in Polish EU referendum to come. Nevertheless it is pro-Western, identifying with Reagan and Thatcher.

Slovakia--Slovak National Party (SNS)--anti-EU, formerly backed Meicar government hated by the West (along with the communist Workers Party).

Croatia--Croatian Democratic Community (HDZ)--nationalistic conservative, made pariahs toward end of reign of former prime minister Tudjman. Propagated war against Bosnia, and then, against Serbia. Croatia had many fascist elements of life at this time. Many Nazi sympathisers (Germany supported Croats against Serbs in WW2).

Serbia--Serb Radical Party (SRS)--believes in the return of traditional Serb monarchy. Led paramilitary rebels in Bosnia during Bosnian war. Usually supported Miloshevich government while criticising it heavily. Policies are rather fascist though sometimes (national-) liberally oriented in economics. Could make weak argument also for Serb Socialist Party (SSS) as fascist group, at least in mid-90s. Supports a Greater Serbia (including montenegro, all of bosnia, some of croatia)

Hungary--Hungarian Justice and Life League (MIEP)--Christian-oriented nationalist group for a Greater Hungary (Transylvania, Vojvodinia, part of Slovakia--all where Magyars settled). Many Calvinists in the leadership. Leader, Csurka, made fascist salute at election debate in 98. Fell out of parliament in 2002 with 4.4% of vote.

Rumania--Greater Romania Party (PRM)--Believes in Greater Romania. Charismatic leader, Vadim Tudor was poet for socialist dictator Ceausescu. Wants to expel Hungarians and Gypsies. Party paper sometimes anti-Semitic. Supports Christian Church. Pro-Western in geopolitics but not so pro-EU.

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