Neo-Nazi Jobbik party blockaded in London

28 01 2014
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Jobbik beseiged in the tube station

Hungarian far-right group Jobbik were chased across London by anti-fascists on Sunday as their leader Gábor Vona visited the UK to try and drum up votes from ex-pat Hungarians living in London ahead of elections.

Despite calls from MEPs and other politicians to ban Vona’s entry in to the UK and a 14,000 signature petition sent to the Home Secretary by Hope not Hate, Theresa May was strangely relaxed about this particular immigrant and Vona was not denied entry. Thus it was left to anti-fascists on the streets to oppose the arrival of “the most successful fascist in Europe”.

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Oppose the neo-Nazi Jobbik party in London Sunday!

25 01 2014

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This Sunday 26th anti-fascists are gathering in London to oppose Hungary’s neo-Fascist Jobbik party. The party’s leader Gábor Vona is planning a rally in London to rustle up votes from ex-pat Hungarians.

Jobbik are Europe’s most successful far-right party and are openly anti-Semitic and racist. Their London rally is nicely timed to be the day before Holocaust Memorial Day. Jobbik don’t go in for the kind of thinly veiled anti-semitism popular here in the UK – nope they’re straight out the 1930s – In November 2012, Marton Gyongyosi, the party’s deputy parliamentary leader, called for a security register of Hungarian Jewish legislators and ministers. Gyongyosi said: “I think such a conflict makes it timely to tally up people of Jewish ancestry who live here, especially in the Hungarian parliament.”

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