The Alliance of European National Movements in Milan
Around 150 people attended the latest meeting of the Alliance of European National Movements (AENM) in Milan, Italy last week. The AENM was formed in Budapest on 24 October 2009 by a number of nationalist parties from countries in Europe. Nick Griffin is Vice President of the Group.
By Patrick Harrington
The audience heard from a number of speakers including:
Luca Romaganoli (Flamma Tricolore, Italy)
Bela Kouvacs (Jobbik, Hungary)
Bruno Gollnisch (Front National, France)
Nick Griffin (British National Party, Britain)
Economics was at the top of the agenda. Luca Romaganli asked who would save our small and middle enterprises – the most important part of any economy. He queried why we should pay for the bankers losses.
In common with other speakers he stressed that only Nationalists cared about the people and had the solution to the crisis.
Our own Nick Griffin, MEP, spoke of a war for the soul of European Nationalism and warned against neo-Con false flag operations.
Nick called for action not just words. He cited the UK Trade Union Solidarity as an example of Nationalists translating their ideals into practice.
Contributions also came from Portugal, Sweden, Malta, Flanders and Slovenia showing that the Alliance is spreading throughout Europe.
The growth of the Alliance shows that there is a real spirit of co-operation between Nationalists concerned by common problems such as economic austerity and mismanagement and the threat to our identity from mass immigration. Meetings will be held all over Europe in the coming months to cement the Alliance and plan practical opposition to the Globalist agenda.