Success can be achieved

Austria: The two major nationalist parties won a combined vote of 29%. The Freedom Party (18%) and the Alliance for the Future of Austria (BZO) (11%) are a major force in national politics. Gerhard Dörfler of the BZO is the Governor of the state of Carinthia, following the terrible loss of Governor Jörg Haider in a car accident.

Denmark: The Danish People’s Party (Dansk Folkeparti) won 25 seats in the nation’s parliament, with 13.8% of the vote, and is the third largest party in Denmark. By negotiating with the Conservative-Liberal coalition government the DPP have been able to enact what have been described as the strictest immigration laws in Europe.

Italy: Lega Nord, an anti-immigration and anti-Islam party, won 21% of votes in the Lombardy region and 27% in the Veneto region. LN has 60 deputies, 26 senators, and is part of the Italian government cabinet.

Serbia: The nationalist Serbian Radical Party won 29% in the elections, obtaining 78 seats in parliament.

Switzerland: In the federal elections, the Swiss People’s Party (Schweizerische Volkspartei) won 27% of the vote, making it the largest party in the Swiss parliament.

United Kingdom: The British National Party now has dozens of representatives in local councils, a seat in the Greater London Assembly, and is poised to win at least one seat in the European Parliament. In a recent by-election (in Sevenoaks), the BNP won 41% of the vote.

Australian nationalists should not forget that the Australian People are still the vast majority of this country’s population; we still have the ability to win. What nationalists need are 1) the right strategies and tactics to develop a viable alternative to the existing major political forces, 2) key individuals who have the ability and determination to take our movement forward, and 3) the circumstances that will give us the opportunity to become a national political force that can make the necessary changes to save the future of the Australian nation. It can be done!

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