Which nationalist organization do you think poses the greatest threat to the country that they reside in?

Posted by: PetersSmith

Some have formal armies, some are already taking over, some are banned, and others are materially insignificant. Some want independence, some want a regime change, some want a restoration of borders, and others have questionable goals. Some are good, some are bad, and some are really bad.

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American Freedom Party (USA)

The American Freedom Party is a third positionist American political party which promotes white supremacy. In November 2009 it filed papers to get on a ballot in California, and was launched in January 2010. According to the Southern Poverty Law Cen... ter, it was created to channel the right-wing populist resentment engendered by the financial crisis of 2007–2010 and the policies of the Obama administration   more
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National Front (France)

The Front National is an economically protectionist, socially conservative, and nationalist political party in France. The party was founded in 1972 to unify a variety of French nationalist movements of the time. In 1973 the party created a youth mo... vement, the Front national de la jeunesse. Jean-Marie Le Pen was the party's first leader and the undisputed centre of the party from its start until his resignation in 2011. While the party struggled as a marginal force for its first ten years, since 1984 it has been unrivaled as the major force of French nationalism.The FN has established itself as the third largest political force in France, after the Union for a Popular Movement and the Socialist Party. The 2002 presidential election was the first in France to include a far-right nationalist candidate in the run-off, after Le Pen beat the Socialist candidate in the first round. In the run-off, Le Pen finished a distant second to Jacques Chirac. Due to the French electoral system, the party's representation in public office has been limited, despite its significant share of the vote. The current leader of the party is Marine Le Pen, who took over from her father in 2011   more
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Jobbik (Hungary)

Jobbik, the Movement for a Better Hungary, commonly known as Jobbik, is a Hungarian radical nationalist political party. The party describes itself as "a principled, conservative and radically patriotic Christian party", whose "fundamental purpose" ... was the protection of "Hungarian values and interests." Jobbik rejects "global capitalism", European integration and Zionism. Instead it adheres to Pan-Turanism, an ideology that asserts that Magyars originate from the same root as Turkic and Mongolic peoples. The movement has been described by scholars and international media as fascist, neo-fascist, Neo-Nazi, extremist, racist, anti-Semitic, anti-Roma, and homophobic though the party rejects these labels. After the Hungarian parliamentary elections on 6 April 2014, the party polled 1,020,476 votes securing 20.54% making them Hungary's third largest party in the National Assembly   more
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Svoboda (Ukraine)

The All-Ukrainian Union "Svoboda", translated as Freedom, is a Ukrainian nationalist political party. The party won in the late October 2014 Ukrainian parliamentary election 6 seats; losing 31 seats of the 37 seats it had won in the 2012 parliamenta... ry election. From 27 February 2014 till 12 November 2014 three members of the party held positions in Ukraine's government.The party was founded in 1991 as the Social-National Party of Ukraine and acts as a populist proponent of nationalism and anti-communism. It is positioned on the right of the Ukrainian political spectrum, and some scholars classify them as far right. Scholars and journalists disagree over Svoboda's politics, some stating members of Svoboda are fascistic or anti-semitic, while other scholars and media, as well as Svoboda itself, state that its politics are nationalist, but not fascistic or antisemitic.The current party leader is Oleh Tyahnybok, who has held the role since February 2004   more
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National Revival of Poland (Poland)

National Rebirth of Poland, abbreviated to NOP, is a nationalist and national-revolutionary political party in Poland registered by the District Court in Warsaw and National Electoral Commission. The party has no seats in the Polish parliament. It w... as a member of European National Front   more
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British National Party (UK)

The British National Party is a far-right political party in the United Kingdom. The party was formed by John Tyndall in 1982 from the merging of several political parties, and from 1999 to 2014 was led by Nick Griffin. It advocates "voluntary reset... tlement whereby immigrants and their descendants are afforded the opportunity to return to their lands of ethnic origin." In July 2014, Griffin stepped down as chairman and was replaced with an acting chairman, Adam Walker, a BNP activist from Spennymoor, England, and a former teacher who was banned from the profession for life.As well as anti-immigration policies, the party advocates the reintroduction of capital punishment and opposes same-sex marriage, multiculturalism and what it perceives as the Islamification of the UK.The party's ideology has been described as fascist or neo-fascist by political scientists and commentators, though the party denies this. High-profile groups and people including The Royal British Legion and David Cameron have criticised the BNP, and BNP membership is prohibited for people of certain occupations   more
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Kurdistan Workers' Party (Turkey)

The Kurdistan Workers' Party, commonly referred to by its Kurdish acronym, PKK is a Kurdish militant organization which from 1984 to 2013 fought an armed struggle against the Turkish state for cultural and political rights and self-determination for...  the Kurds in Turkey, who comprise between 10% and 25% of the population and have been subjected to official repression for decades. The group was founded in 1978 in the village of Fis by a group of radical Kurdish students led by Abdullah Öcalan. The PKK's ideology was originally a fusion of revolutionary socialism and Kurdish nationalism, seeking the foundation of an independent, Marxist–Leninist state in the region known as Kurdistan.However, since his capture and imprisonment in 1999, the leader of the PKK, Abdullah Öcalan, has abandoned Orthodox Marxism and Leninism, leading the party to adopt his new political platform of "Democratic Confederalism" while ceasing its official calls for the establishment of a fully independent country. In May 2007, former members of the PKK helped form the KCK, an umbrella organisation of Kurds from Turkey, Iran, Iraq and Syria   more
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Party of the Swedes (Sweden)

Party of the Swedes is a neo-Nazi political party in Sweden. The party describes itself nationalist and seeks to limit Swedish citizenship to individuals that belong to the "Western genetic and cultural legacy". Since 2013 its party leader has been ... Stefan Jacobsson.The Aegishjálmur rune has been the official svp symbol since it originated as Folkfronten, an neo-Nazi party founded in 2008 by members of the National Socialist Front, the largest Swedish Nazi party at the time. The current name was introduced in 2009 after socialist activists registered NSF's name with the Election Authority of Sweden, blocking its use.The party's only electoral succeess was one municipal mandate in 2010 in the small community of Grästorp in Västra Götaland in western Sweden. The mandate was lost after it was revealed that their representative, Daniel Höglund, was not registered as a resident, which is a requirement for members of municipal councils in Sweden. In the Swedish general election, 2014 The party polled 0.07% with 4,189 votes   more
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Motherland Party (Turkey)

The Motherland Party, is a political party in Turkey. It was founded in 1983 by Turgut Özal. It was merged to Democratic Party in October 2009. In September 2011, the party was re-established. Its president is İbrahim Çelebi.The ANAP was considered ... a centre-right nationalist party which supported restrictions on the role that government can play in the economy, which favored private capital and enterprise, and which allowed for some public expressions of religion. In 1983 the elections were won by a new political organization the motherland party, led by Turgut Ozal. Although the motherland party was composed of a potentially disruptive mixture of Islamic revivalist and secular liberals, Ozal was able to form a majority government, and for the time being democracy was restored and politics was back in the hands of the peopl   more
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Obraz (Serbia)

Obraz is a Serbian far right organization, banned because of its violent activities and anti human rights ideology. The organization is classified as Orthodox clero-fascist, neo-nazi and racist by several organizations and government institutions, i... ncluding the government of the Serbian province of Vojvodina and the Serbian Ministry of Interior. On 12 June 2012 Obraz was officially banned by the Constitutional Court of Serbia.While swearing allegiance to the Serbian nation and to the Serbian Orthodox religion, Obraz is committed to a struggle against those groups which it views as enemies of the Serbian people, such as "Zionists, converts to Islam, Ustashe, democrats, false pacifists, perverts, ethnic minorities, criminals and drug addicts"   more
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Britain First (UK)

Britain First is a far-right British nationalist political party and movement formed in 2011 by former members of the British National Party. Britain First campaigns primarily against mass immigration and what it sees as the Islamisation of the Unit... ed Kingdom, and advocates the preservation of traditional British culture. The group is inspired by Ulster loyalism and has a vigilante wing called the "Britain First Defence Force". It attracted attention by taking direct action such as protests outside homes of Islamists, and what it describes as "Christian patrols" and "invasions" of British mosques. The party was founded by Jim Dowson, an anti-abortion campaigner linked to loyalist militants   more
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Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (Ukraine)

The Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists was a Ukrainian political organization created in 1929 in Western Ukraine. The OUN emerged as a union between the Ukrainian Military Organization, smaller radical right-wing groups, and right-wing Ukrainian...  nationalists and intellectuals represented by Dmytro Dontsov, Yevhen Konovalets, Mykola Stsyborsky and other figures.The OUN sought to infiltrate legal political parties, universities and other political structures and institutions. As revolutionary ultra-nationalists the OUN have been characterized by some historians as fascist. The OUN's strategy to achieve Ukrainian independence included violence and terrorism against perceived foreign and domestic enemies, particularly Poland, Czechoslovakia and Russia, which controlled territory inhabited by ethnic Ukrainians. One of the OUN's stated goals was to protect the Ukrainian population from repression and establish a Ukrainian state.In 1940, the OUN split into two parts. The older, more moderate members, supported Andriy Melnyk while the younger and more radical members supported Stepan Bandera   more
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Homeland Party (Turkey)

The Homeland Party is a right-wing, nationalist and conservative, political party in Turkey. The party was founded on 2002 by Saadettin Tantan. In the last elections, the party won 0.9% of the vote and got no seats.
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Kurdistan Democratic Party/North (Turkey)

Democrat Party of Kurdistan/North, Kürdistan Demokrat Partisi/Kuzey in Turkish and Partiya Demokrat a Kürdistan/Bakur in Kurdish is an illegal political party active in Turkey. The aim of the party is to create an independent state for Kurdish peopl... e. Unlike PKK/KONGRA-GEL and Kürdistan Devrim Partisi, two other illegal organisation with similar aims, PDK/Bakur does not follow Socialist principles and has a moderate agenda   more
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Slovak National Party (Slovakia)

The Slovak National Party is a political party in Slovakia. The party characterizes itself as a socialist, nationalist party based on what it calls the European Christian system of values. However it is sometimes described as ultra-nationalist, righ... t-wing extremist, and far-right, due to its statements about Hungarians and Romani which have been characterised as racist. The party’s major concern after the dissolution of Czechoslovakia has been the alleged danger of "irredentism". Any moves and changes toward broader rights for the national minorities living in Slovakia, especially the sizeable Hungarian minority living in southern Slovakia, was seen as a step toward territorial autonomy.Since 1990 SNS has won seats in every Slovak parliament but two and has been part of the government from 2006 to 2010. In that year it formed a coalition with Robert Fico's Direction – Social Democracy, which resulted in suspension of Smer-SD from the Party of European Socialists. The PES considered SNS a "political party which incites or attempts to stir up racial or ethnic prejudices and racial hatred.   more
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Nationalist Movement Party (Turkey)

The Nationalist Movement Party, is a Turkish far-right political party. The party is also informally known as the Grey Wolves, referring to its unofficial paramilitary youth wing. In the 2011 general elections, the party polled 13.01% and won 53 sea... ts, retaining its status as the third largest group   more
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Turkish Revenge Brigade (Turkey)

The Turkish Revenge Brigade, also referred as the Turkish Vengeance Brigade, is a Turkish ultra-nationalist militant organisation that has used violence against those who are perceived to be insulting Turkey. In the political violence of the 1970s, ... TİT gained notoriety during political clashes and is believed to be responsible for over 1,000 deaths during this period. After the military coup of 1980, most of its members were arrested but later released and assisted Turkish military intelligence in operations against Kurdish militants   more
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Rights and Equality Party (Turkey)

Rights and Equality Party is a political party in Turkey, founded on 4 September 2008 by Osman Pamukoğlu, a former army general known for his military successes against the Kurdistan Workers' Party in the 1990s during the Turkey–PKK conflict.The par... ty's main manifest is the setting sovereignty, own based economical development and peace for Turkish citizens. The party has 100,000 members as of 2011.The party claims their ideology as being neither on the right nor left, above all with populist, nationalist aiming social justice for Turkish citizens. The party chairman Osman Pamukoğlu often mentions Mustafa Kemal Atatürk's quote as "Our target is being a merged society with no classes and privileges."The party has gained 121,814 votes during the 2011 elections, comprising 0.28% of the votes   more
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Inkatha Freedom Party (South Africa)

The Inkatha Freedom Party is a political party in South Africa. Since its founding, it has been led by Mangosuthu Buthelezi. It is currently down to the fourth largest party in the National Assembly of South Africa, having lost almost half its seats...  and votes in the 2014 general election and yielding third place to the newly formed Economic Freedom Fighters   more
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Independent Turkey Party (Turkey)

The Independent Turkey Party is a nationalist and Islamic political party founded on 25 September 2001 by Prof Dr. Haydar Baş. The party flag is red with a white crescent surrounded with a ring of white stars. BTP has a new economic system. It is Na... tional Economy Model. This System says that money is the counterpart of labor and production. The states should intervene in the market shall. States should use their own independent money. If states want to be giant economy, economy must grow continuously, so that the government should encourage consumers for consuming. National Economy Model which is only consumption-centric analysis and this is unique in the world   more
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Pan Africanist Congress of Azania (South Africa)

The Pan Africanist Congress of Azania is a South African Black Nationalist movement, and is now a political party. It was founded by an Africanist group that broke away from the African National Congress, led by Robert Sobukwe.
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League of Polish Families (Poland)

The League of Polish Families is a nationalist conservative political party in Poland, part of the Catholic-National Movement and with many elements of far-right ideology. The party's original ideology was that of the national democracy movement whi... ch was headed by Roman Dmowski, however in 2006 its leader Roman Giertych distanced himself from that heritage.It was represented in the Polish parliament, forming part of the cabinet of Jarosław Kaczyński, until the latter dissolved in September 2007. In the 2007 Parliamentary election it failed to gain the 5% of votes required to enter the Sejm and lost all the seats it previously held, in addition to failing meeting the 3% of votes requirement for eligibility to receive government funding. Since then the party has become a minor political force but continues to exist.The All-Polish Youth used to be affiliated with the party as its youth wing   more
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National Democracy (Spain)

National Democracy is a far right political party in Spain, founded in 1995. It is modeled on the Front National of France, and grew indirectly out of several defunct parties like the Spanish Circle of Friends of Europe group and Juntas Españolas. I... ts leader is Manuel Canduela Serrano, a former member of Accion Radical, a group active in the Valencian Community. He was also a vocalist in the so-called identity rock group Division 250.In the 2004 general election, the party got 15,180 votes throughout Spain, amounting to 0.06% of the total vote. In the 2008 general election, it got 12,588 votes, amounting to 0.05% of the vote. That dropped to 0.01% of the vote in the 2011 general election, with 1,876 votes. In the 2001 local elections one town councillor was elected undet the DN banner in Tardajos. In 2007 they gained three town councillors: two in Tardajos and one1 in Herradón de Pinares. In Tardajos they governed with the People's Party   more
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Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (South Africa)

The Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging is a South African far right separatist political and former paramilitary organisation, since its creation dedicated to secessionist Afrikaner nationalism and the creation of an independent Boer-Afrikaner republic or...  "Volkstaat/Boerestaat" in part of South Africa. In its heyday in the 1980s and 1990s, the organisation received much publicity both in South Africa and internationally as a white supremacist group.It was formed in 1973 by Eugène Terre'Blanche, who remained the leader until he was murdered on his farm in 2010. Terre'Blanche was succeeded as leader by Steyn van Ronge   more
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Dveri (Serbia)

The Dveri Movement is a far-right social conservative and clerical political movement in Serbia.Dveri was founded by Branimir Nešić in 1999 as an Christian right-wing youth organisation consisting mainly of students from the University of Belgrade w... hich regularly arranged public debates devoted to the popularisation of clerical-nationalist philosophy of Nikolaj Velimirović, a bishop of the Serbian Orthodox Church who was canonized in 2003 and is considered a major anti-Western thinker.The organisation promotes a pronounced Serbian nationalist ideology. It opposed a resolution passed by Serbian parliament in March 2010 which condemned the Srebrenica massacre committed by the Bosnian Serb Army in eastern Bosnia in 1995, and is also fiercely opposed to the independence of Kosovo. It is also well known for its anti-gay agenda.In October 2010 the very first Gay Pride parade was held in Belgrade, in which thousands of anti-gay protesters clashed violently with police units securing the parade participants   more
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Tryzub (Ukraine)

Tryzub is a far-right Ukrainian paramilitary organization founded in 1993 by the Congress of Ukrainian Nationalists. Its full name is the Stepan Bandera All-Ukrainian Organization ″Tryzub″ and its main goal is to create the Ukrainian United Independ... ent State. According to Tryzub, its enemies in achieving this goal are ″imperialism and chauvinism, fascism and communism, cosmopolitanism and pseudo-nationalism, totalitarianism and anarchy, any evil that seeks to parasitize on the sweat and blood of Ukrainians″   more
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Popular Front for Armed Resistance (Baluchistan)

Popular Front for Armed Resistance, or PFAR, was founded in the 1960s by Ishaque Mohammad Shah and Sher Mohammad Marri and was active until 1993 in Pakistan. It was run by Baluchi tribal separatist groups, which carried out serial bomb attacks and f... ought an armed insurgency against the Pakistan's military. In 1974 at Zulfikar Ali Bhutto's peace proposal, the group announced an end to the insurgency, which had by that time claimed the lives of 5,300 Baluchi fighters and 3,300 army personal. As a result of Bhutto breaking his promise and restarting the operation in Balochistan, some 20,000 Baluchi tribesmen pick up arms against the Pakistani Army again   more
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Action Française (France)

Action française is a French far right political movement. The name was also given to a journal associated with the movement.The movement and the journal were founded by Maurice Pujo and Henri Vaugeois in 1899, as a nationalist reaction against the ... intervention of left-wing intellectuals on the behalf of Alfred Dreyfus. Charles Maurras quickly joined Action française and became its principal ideologist. Under the influence of Maurras, Action française became monarchist, counter-revolutionary and anti-democratic, and supported Integralism and Catholicism.Shortly after it was created, Action française tried to influence public opinion by turning its journal to a daily newspaper and by setting up various organizations. By 1914, it had become the best structured and the most vital nationalist movement in France. In the inter-war period, the movement enjoyed prestige and influence, but its popularity gradually declined as a result of the rise of fascism and of a rupture in the relations with the Catholic Church. During the Second World War, Action française supported the Vichy Regime and Marshal Philippe Pétain   more
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Sinn Féin (Ireland)

Sinn Féin is an Irish republican political party active in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. The name is Irish for "ourselves" or "we ourselves", although it is frequently mistranslated as "ourselves alone". Originating in the Sinn ... Féin organisation founded in 1905 by Arthur Griffith, it took its current form in 1970 after a split within the party, and has been associated with the Provisional Irish Republican Army. Gerry Adams has been party president since 1983.Sinn Féin is currently the second-largest party in the Northern Ireland Assembly, where it has four ministerial posts in the power-sharing Northern Ireland Executive, and the fourth-largest party in the Oireachtas, the parliament of the Republic. Sinn Féin also received a plurality of Northern Ireland votes in the 2010 United Kingdom general election, although the Democratic Unionist Party won more seats   more
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Sixty-Four Counties Youth Movement (Hungary)

The Sixty-Four Counties Youth Movement is a far-right movement in Hungary advocating for the unification of all ethnic Hungarians that live outside of Hungary and the revision of Trianon Treaty from 1920, which defined the current borders of the Hun... garian state. Leader of the 64 Counties Youth Movement is László Toroczkai.It is named in memory of Greater Hungary, which was divided into 64 countie   more
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Greater Romania Party (Romania)

The Greater Romania Party is a Romanian nationalist political party, led by Corneliu Vadim Tudor. The party is sometimes referred to in English as the Great Romania Party.It briefly participated in government from 1993 to 1995. In 2000, Tudor receiv... ed the second largest number of votes in Romania's presidential elections, partially as a result of protest votes lodged by Romanians frustrated with the fractionalization and mixed performance of the 1996-2000 Romanian Democratic Convention government. Tudor's second place position ensured he would compete in the second round run-off against former president and Romanian Social Democratic Party candidate Ion Iliescu, who won by a large margin. Parallels are often drawn with the situation in France two years later, when far right Front National Party leader Jean-Marie Le Pen similarly drew the second largest number of votes and was elevated, but defeated, in the presidential run-off against Jacques Chirac.Although Tudor clearly remained the central figure in the PRM, in March 2005 he briefly stepped down from the party presidency in favour of Corneliu Ciontu   more
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One Nation (Australia)

One Nation is a nationalist political party in Australia. Pauline Hanson founded the party after being elected as an independent due to her disendorsement as the preselected Liberal Party candidate for the Australian House of Representatives. It gai... ned more than 22 percent of the statewide vote translating to 11 of 89 seats in Queensland's unicameral legislative assembly at the 1998 state election. Federally, the party peaked at the 1998 election on 9 percent of the nationwide vote, electing one Senator in Queensland. The party has never approached these heights again, and while it nominally still exists it attracts a negligible percentage of the vote   more
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Austrian Freedom Party (Austria)

The Freedom Party of Austria is a right-wing populist and far right political party in Austria. Ideologically, the party is a direct descendant of the pan-German and national liberal camp, which dates back to the 1848 revolutions. The FPÖ itself was...  founded in 1956 as the successor to the short-lived Federation of Independents, which had been founded seven years earlier. In the Austrian political landscape, the FPÖ was from its foundation a third party with only modest support until it entered into government together with the Social Democratic Party, following the elections in 1983.When Jörg Haider was chosen as new FPÖ party leader in 1986, the party started a political and ideological journey which was described by observers as representing a turn towards right-wing populism. This new political course soon resulted in a strong surge in electoral support for the party, although it also led the SPÖ to break its ties. In 1993, after a controversial proposal on immigration issues, the adherents of a position closer to classical liberalism in the FPÖ broke away and formed the Liberal Forum   more
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Bangladesh Nationalist Party (Bangladesh)

The Bangladesh Nationalist Party, often abbreviated as BNP, is one of the two the largest political parties of Bangladesh.The BNP was founded as a centre-right liberal democratic party. It was established on September 1, 1978 during the regime of Zi... aur Rahman. It has ruled Bangladesh for a total of 14 years and three terms since its birth. During the early 1990s, the BNP administration, with stalwarts such as Saifur Rahman, oversaw a landmark liberalization of the Bangladeshi economy, which set a precedent for economic reforms across South Asia.The BNP has been led by Khaleda Zia since 1983, the widow of Ziaur Rahman. Her son Tarique Rahman emerged as an influential force within the party in 2001 and is currently serving as its Senior Vice-Chairperson. The student wing of the party is the Bangladesh Jatiotabadi Chatra Da   more
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National Front (Belgium)

The National Front was a francophone Belgian right-wing political party. The party's ideology advocated a strong unitary Belgian nationalism, strongly opposed immigration, and reached out to Flemish voters.The party's acting leader was Patrick Cocri... amont.In the 2003 federal election, it won one seat in the Chamber of Representatives, with 2% of the vote. It also has two seats in the Senate. A 2006 poll showed that it had the backing of about 9.4% of the Walloon voters. Despite this poll it won in the 10 June 2007 federal elections, 1 out of 150 seats in the Chamber of Representatives and 1 out of 40 seats in the Senate   more
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New Flemish Alliance (Flanders)

The New Flemish Alliance is a Flemish nationalist and conservative political party in Belgium, founded in 2001. It is a regionalist and separatist movement that self-identifies with the promotion of civic nationalism. It is part of the Flemish Movem... ent, and strives for the peaceful and gradual secession of Flanders from Belgium. In recent years it has become the largest party of Flanders as well as Belgium as a whole, and leads the 2014–2019 Flemish Government.Following the 2014 elections, the New Flemish Alliance is the largest Belgian/Flemish political party in the European Parliament, with 4 MEPs, where it sits in the European Conservatives and Reformists parliamentary group where it co-operates with parties like the UK Conservative Party, Alternative for Germany and Law and Justice of Poland.The party is also known for its insistence on the exclusive use of Dutch, Flanders' sole official language, in dealings with government agencies, and for the promotion of the use of Dutch in Flanders as the language enabling integration. The main objective of the party is to work on Flemish independence by gradually obtaining more powers for both Belgian communities separately   more
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Rassemblement Wallonie France (Wallonia)

The Rassemblement Wallonie France is a small political party in Belgium. It is active in Wallonia and the Brussels-Capital Region. In Brussels it is known as the Rassemblement Bruxelles France or RBF. Its aim is the secession of Wallonia, Brussels a... nd the six Flemish municipalities with language facilities for French-speakers around Brussels from Belgium and to unite them with France.The party's symbol is the red rooster, from the representing Wallonia, inside a hexagon, which is a common geometric representation of France. The blue, white, and red represent the colours of the French national flag   more
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Serbian Democratic Party (Bosnia)

The Serb Democratic Party is a political party in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is currently led by Mladen Bosić, who succeeded Dragan Čavić.In the parliamentary elections of October 2006, the SDS lost its status as the leading party in Republika Srpsk... a and the main Serb party in Bosnia and Herzegovina to the Alliance of Independent Social Democrats, led by the Prime Minister of Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik.The Serb Democratic Party is under sanctions from the United States. The sanctions prohibit any transfer of funds and material from the United States to the SDS and vice versa.The SDS made major gains in the 2012 elections   more
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Croatian Democratic Union 1990 (Bosnia)

The Croatian Democratic Union 1990 is a political party of Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It split of the Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina and is led by Martin Raguž. In the 2006 it was the leading member of the Croats Together...  coalition.On 12 September 2014, the PMP was admitted as an observer member to the European People's Party   more
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Canadian Action Party (Canada)

The Canadian Action Party is a Canadian federal political party founded in 1997. It promotes Canadian nationalism, monetary and electoral reform, and opposes neoliberal globalization and the free trade agreements that have been signed by the Canadia... n government   more
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Parti Québécois (Quebec)

The Parti Québécois is a separatist provincial political party in Quebec in Canada. The PQ advocates national sovereignty for Quebec involving secession of the province of Quebec from Canada and establishing a sovereign state. The PQ has promoted th... e possibility of maintaining a loose political and economic sovereignty-association between Quebec and Canada. The party traditionally has support from the labour movement, but unlike most other social-democratic parties, its ties with the labour movement are informal. Members and supporters of the PQ are called "péquistes", a French word derived from the pronunciation of the party's initials.From June 2007 until 2014 the party was led by Pauline Marois. Her resignation, announced on the night of the April 7, 2014 general election, officially took effect on 7 June when the PQ's Council of Presidents met. The party formed a minority government in the 2012 provincial election, but was defeated 19 months later in the 2014 provincial election   more
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Quebec Liberal Party (Quebec)

The Quebec Liberal Party is a federalist provincial political party in Quebec, Canada. It has been independent of the federal Liberal Party of Canada since 1955.The party has traditionally supported a form of Quebec federalism that supports Quebec b... eing within Canada while also having substantial autonomy within Canada. While it has recently been sometimes described as centre-right in the context of Canadian politics, the party believes in a strong role for government in the economy and supports socially liberal policies. Also the party has had a prominent social-democratic faction within it that was historically prominent in the party during the Quiet Revolution. For example, former PLQ member and cabinet minister Thomas Mulcair left the PLQ in 2007 to run for Member of Parliament on behalf of the social-democratic federal New Democratic Party, and has since become leader of the latter party.The Quebec Liberals have always been associated with the colour red; each of their three main opponents in different eras have been associated with the colour blue   more
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Croatian Pure Party of Rights (Croatia)

Croatian Pure Party of Rights is an extra-parliamentary far right political party in Croatia founded in 1992. The party claims to be an ideological descendant of the same-named right-wing historical party which was active in the early 20th century a... nd which advocated the right to self-determination for Croatia at the time when the country was part of Austria-Hungary and Kingdom of Yugoslavia.On Croatian parliamentary election, 2011, coalition consisted of Croatian Party of Rights dr. Ante Starčević and Croatian Pure Party of Rights won one parliamentary seat, held by Ruža Tomašić from HSP-AS    more
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Estonian Independence Party (Estonia)

The Estonian Independence Party is a nationalist political party in Estonia. The party, founded in 1999, is a successor to the Estonian Future Party. One of the principal aims of the party is the withdrawal of Estonia from the European Union. The pa... rty is currently without parliamentary representation   more
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Conservative People's Party of Estonia (Estonia)

The Conservative People's Party of Estonia is a national conservative political party in Estonia. It was founded in March 2012 when the agrarian centrist party People's Union of Estonia and the pressure group Estonian Patriotic Movement merged.The c... urrent chairman of the party is Mart Helme, former Estonian ambassador to Russia. As of August 2014, the party polls in public opinion at around 4%. At the same time it had 7769 members, making it the fourth largest Estonian party   more
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National Alliance (Latvia)

The National Alliance, officially the National Alliance "All For Latvia!" – "For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK", abbreviated to NA, is a right-wing political party in Latvia. With seventeen seats in the Saeima, the National Alliance is the fourth-larg... est party in the parliament. The party is a coalition of conservatives, Latvian ethnonationalists, and economic liberals.Formed as an electoral alliance for the 2010 election, the National Alliance brought together For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK and All for Latvia!. It won eight seats, placing it fourth amongst all parties. It formed into a formalised political party in July 2011 under the leadership of Gaidis Bērziņš and Raivis Dzintars. In the October 2014 election, it again increased its seats to seventeen, and entered a centre-right coalition, along with Unity and the Union of Greens and Farmers under Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma. The Party has participated in every government of Latvia since the 2011 parliamentary election.It is a member of the Alliance of European Conservatives and Reformists and its one MEP, Roberts Zīle, sits in the European Conservatives and Reformists group in the European Parliament   more
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National Front of Iran (Iran)

The National Front of Iran is a political opposition party founded by Mohammad Mosaddegh and other secular Iranian nationalist leaders who had been educated in France in the late 1940s. It held power in the Iranian parliament for several years prior...  to the 1953 Iranian coup d'état and continued as an opposition force thereafter   more
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Vishva Hindu Parishad (India)

The Vishva Hindu Parishad, abbreviated VHP, is an Indian right-wing Hindu nationalist non-governmental organization based on the ideology of Hindutva. It was founded in 1964 by M. S. Golwalkar and S. S. Apte in collaboration with Swami Chinmayananda... . Its main objective is "to organise, consolidate the Hindu society and to serve, protect the Hindu Dharma." It belongs to the Sangh Parivar, an umbrella of Hindu nationalist organisations. It has been involved in social service projects, construction and renovation of Hindu temples and in issues such as cow slaughter, conversions to other religions, the Ayodhya dispute and its role in the Babri Masjid demolition. The VHP has been involved in reconverting Hindus who had previously converted to Christianity or Islam   more
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Golden Dawn (Greece)

The Popular Association – Golden Dawn, usually known simply as Golden Dawn, is a far-right political party in Greece. It is led by Nikolaos Michaloliakos.Scholars and media have described it as neo-Nazi and fascist, though the group rejects these la... bels. Members have expressed admiration of the former Greek dictator Ioannis Metaxas of the 4th of August Regime. They have also made use of Nazi symbolism, and have praised figures of Nazi Germany in the past. According to academic sources, the group is racist and xenophobic, while the party's leader has openly identified it as nationalist and racist.Michaloliakos began the foundations of what would become Golden Dawn in 1980. It first received widespread attention in 1991, and in 1993 registered as a political party. It temporarily ceased political operations in 2005 and was absorbed by the Patriotic Alliance. The Alliance, in turn, ceased operations after Michaloliakos withdrew support in the spring of 2007. Golden Dawn held its sixth congress, in March 2007, where party officials announced the resumption of political activism   more
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New Force (Italy)

New Force is an Italian far-right political party. Founded by Roberto Fiore and Massimo Morsello, and supporting the ideas of Julius Evola, the party is a member of the European National Front and was a part of the Social Alternative from 2003 to 20... 06. The party has often been heavily criticized for its radical positions and for acts of violence involving some militants. It was also the protagonist of political campaigns openly opposed to homosexual marriage and illegal immigration   more
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Pan-Iranist Party (Iran)

The Pan-Iranist Party is a pan-Iranist political opposition party. It is active both in and out of Iran. It was led by Mohsen Pezeshkpour since the 1950s and up to 2008. The current leader of the Party is Reza Kermani.
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Brothers of Italy (Italy)

Brothers of Italy, whose complete name is Brothers of Italy – National Alliance is a national-conservative political party in Italy.
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Shiv Sena (India)

Shiv Sena, is a Marathi regional and Hindu nationalist political organisation in India founded on 19 June 1966 by political cartoonist Bal Thackeray. The party originally emerged from a movement in Mumbai demanding preferential treatment for Maharas... htrians over migrants to the city. It is currently headed by Thackeray's son, Uddhav Thackeray. Members of Shiv Sena are referred to as Shiv Sainiks.Although the party's primary base is still in Maharashtra, it has tried to expand to a pan-Indian base. In the 1970s, it gradually moved from advocating a pro-Marathi ideology to one supporting a broader Hindu nationalist agenda, as it aligned itself with the Bharatiya Janata Party. The party started taking part in Mumbai Municipal elections since its inception. In 1989, it entered an alliance with BJP for Lok Sabha as well as Maharashtra assembly elections, the latter of which has since been broken since October 2014 Assembly elections. It has been a coalition partner in the National Democratic Alliance since 1998, including the Vajpayee Government during 1998–2004 and the present Narendra Modi Government.The party has a powerful hold over the Bollywood film industry   more
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Perussuomalaiset (Finland)

The Finns Party, previously known as the True Finns, is a populist and nationalist oriented Finnish political party, founded in 1995 following the dissolution of the Finnish Rural Party. Timo Soini has been the leader of the party since 1997. In the...  2011 parliamentary election, the party won 19.1% of votes, becoming the third largest party in the Finnish Parliament. They are the largest opposition party in the parliament.The party combines left-wing economic policies with conservative social values, socio-cultural authoritarianism, and ethnic nationalism. Several researchers have described the party as fiscally centre-left, socially conservative, a "centre-based populist party" or the "most left-wing of the non-socialist parties", whereas other scholars have described them as radically right-wing populist. In the parliament seating order, the party's MPs have always been seated in the centre and the party's supporters have described themselves as centrists as well. The party has drawn people from left-wing parties but central aspects of their manifesto have gained support from right-wing voters as well   more
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Guardians of the Cedars (Lebanon)

The Guardians of the Cedars – GoC, also designated Gardiens du Cedre or Gardiens des Cèdres in French, are a far-right ultranationalist Lebanese party and former militia in Lebanon. It was formed by Étienne Saqr and others along with the Lebanese Re... newal Party in the early 1970s. It operated in the Lebanese Civil War under the slogan: Lebanon, at your service   more
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Sindhudesh Liberation Army (Sindhi)

The Sindhudesh Liberation Army is an organization based in the Sindh province of Pakistan comparable to the Balochistan Liberation Army in terms of is objectives strives to establish an independent state of Sindhu Desh. The Sindhudesh Liberation Arm... y became publicly known during the 2010, after it claimed bomb blast on railway tracks near Hyderabad. The group is currently headed by Chief Commander Darya Khan. Pakistan's media also criticized that Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz's Chairman Mr Shafi Muhammad Burfat is operating Sindhudesh Liberation Army from Kabul   more
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Freedom Movement of Iran (Iran)

The Freedom Movement of Iran, Persian: نهضت آزادی ايران‎, Nehzat-e Azadi-e Iran is an Iranian political organization which was founded in 1961 by Mehdi Bazargan, Mahmoud Taleghani, Yadollah Sahabi, Mostafa Chamran, Ali Shariati, Sadegh Ghotbzadeh an... d some other political or religious figures. Despite being outlawed by the prevailing regime in Iran, the group continues to exist. The group's current leader is Ebrahim Yazdi since 1995. FMI is one of the major parties in the Alliance of Nationalist-Religious Activists of Iran. Musa al-Sadr was also a close associate of the movement and of its founding members   more
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Renouveau français (France)

Renouveau français is a French far-right nationalist political party affiliated with the European National Front, founded in November 2005.Renouveau français politically defines itself as nationalist, Catholic and "counterrevolutionary" — in this ca... se, reactionary opposition to the principles of the French Revolution of 1789. Nevertheless, the organisation has a tricolour logo and claims to defend the "French nation"   more
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National Democratic Party of Germany (Germany)

The National Democratic Party of Germany, is a far-right political party in Germany. It was founded in 1964 as successor to the German Reich Party. Party statements also self-identify the party as Germany's "only significant patriotic force". On 1 J... anuary 2011, the far-right German People's Union merged with the NPD and the party name of the National Democratic Party of Germany was extended by the addition of "The People's Union".The party is usually described as a neo-Nazi organization, and has been referred to as "the most significant neo-Nazi party to emerge after 1945". The German Federal Agency for Civic Education, or BPB, has criticized the NPD for working with members of organizations which were later found unconstitutional by the federal courts and disbanded, while the German Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, the Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz, classifies the NPD as a "threat to the constitutional order" because of its platform and philosophy, and it is under their observation. The NPD rejects this depiction, viewing it an attempt to discredit their politics. An effort to outlaw the party failed in 2003   more
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New Zealand First (New Zealand)

New Zealand First is a conservative political party in New Zealand founded in July 1993, following the 19 March 1993 resignation of its leader and founder, Winston Peters, from the then-governing National Party. New Zealand First generally lies in t... he centre of the political spectrum. It has formed governments with both major parties in New Zealand: first with the National Party in 1996, and then with the Labour Party in 2005.The party held seats in the House of Representatives of New Zealand from its formation in 1993 until 2008, when it failed to gain enough party votes to retain representation. However, in the 2011 election, New Zealand First gained 6.59% of the total party vote, entitling it to eight MPs in the House.The party sits on the cross-benches and during the 50th New Zealand Parliament tended to vote with the Opposition against Government policies   more
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Continuity Irish Republican Army (Ireland)

The Continuity Irish Republican Army or Continuity IRA is an Irish republican paramilitary group that aims to bring about a united Ireland. It emerged from a split in the Provisional IRA in 1986 but did not become active until the Provisional IRA ce... asefire of 1994. It is an illegal organisation in the Republic of Ireland and is designated a terrorist organisation in the United Kingdom, New Zealand and the United States. It has links with the political party Republican Sinn Féin.Like the Provisional IRA before it, the CIRA sees itself as the direct continuation of the original Irish Republican Army and styles itself as simply "the Irish Republican Army" in English or Óglaigh na hÉireann in Irish. It sees itself as the national army of an Irish Republic covering the whole of Ireland. The security forces initially referred to it as the "Irish National Republican Army".Since its formation, the CIRA has waged a campaign in Northern Ireland against the British Army and the Police Service of Northern Ireland, formerly the Royal Ulster Constabulary. This is part of a wider campaign against the British security forces by "dissident republican" paramilitaries   more
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Balochistan Liberation Army (Baluchistan)

The Balochistan Liberation Army based in Balochistan, a mountainous region of western Pakistan. The Baloch Liberation Army became publicly known during the summer of 2000, after it claimed credit for a series of bombing attacks on Pakistani authorit... ies.The group is currently headed by Hyrbyair Marri and has an estimated strength of 500 militants   more
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Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (India)

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is a right-wing charitable, educational, volunteer, Hindu nationalist, non-governmental organization. It is the world's largest voluntary non-governmental organization. RSS states that its ideology is based on the princip... le of selfless service to India.The RSS was founded on Vijayadasami Day, 27 September 1925 as a social organization to provide character training through Hindu discipline, to unite the Hindu community in overcoming caste-based divisions, to counter British colonialism in India, and to suppress Muslim separatism. It proclaims its ideal as upholding Indian culture and civilizational values more than anything else.Since its foundation it has espoused a Hindu nationalist agenda. The organization initially drew inspiration from European right-wing groups during WWII. RSS volunteers participated in various political and social movements including the Indian independence movement. Gradually the organization grew to become an extremely prominent Hindu nationalist group in India. By the 1990s, allied organizations had also established numerous schools, charities and clubs to spread its ideological beliefs   more
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Baluch Liberation Front (Baluchistan)

The Baloch Liberation Front is a political front and militant group founded by Jumma Khan Marri in 1964 in Damascus, and played an important role in the 1968-1980 insurgency in Pakistani Balochistan and Iranian Balochistan. The group deny any type o... f collaboration with Jundullah, because of their religious extremism, as well as deny been backed by India   more
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Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz (Sindhi)

Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz is a separatist political party in Sindh, Pakistan that believes in the freedom of Sindhudesh from Pakistan through violent means. Founded in 2000 by Shafi Muhammad Burfat, Samiullah Kalhoro, Muzafar Bhutto, Shabir Mallah ... and the other most active political workers of the Sindhudesh movement, Shafi Muhammad Burfat heads the organization. Burfat is a fugitive and has been in hiding for the last 24 years. Media reports suggest that Burfat has fled to Afghanistan, where he has established a control center in Kabul. On 1 April 2013, Pakistan's Home Ministry declared JSMM a terrorist organization and imposed a ban   more
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Nation Party of Iran (Iran)

Hezb-e Mellat-e Iran also known as Nation Party of Iran or Iran Nation Party is a liberal nationalist political party seeking secular democracy and separation of religion and state in Iran.
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Social Democratic and Labour Party (Ireland)

The Social Democratic and Labour Party is a social-democratic political party in Northern Ireland.The SDLP has fraternal links with other European social-democratic parties, including the Irish Labour Party and British Labour Party, and is affiliate... d to the Socialist International and Party of European Socialists. The SDLP is also an Irish nationalist party. Its basic party platform advocates Irish unification, and the further devolution of powers while Northern Ireland remains part of the United Kingdom. During the Troubles, the SDLP was the most popular Irish nationalist party in Northern Ireland, but since the Provisional IRA ceasefire in 1994 it has lost ground to the left-wing republican party Sinn Féin, which in 2001 became the more popular of the two parties for the first time. Established during the Troubles, a significant difference between the two parties was the SDLP's rejection of violence, in contrast to Sinn Féin's support for the Provisional IRA and physical force republicanism.The SDLP currently has three MPs in the House of Commons, and 14 MLAs in the Northern Ireland Assembly   more
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Ergenekon (Turkey)

Ergenekon is the name given to an alleged clandestine, secularist ultra-nationalist organization in Turkey with possible ties to members of the country's military and security forces. The would-be group, named after Ergenekon, a mythical place locat... ed in the inaccessible valleys of the Altay Mountains, is accused of terrorism in Turkey.Ergenekon is by some believed to be part of the "deep state". The existence of the "deep state" was affirmed in Turkish opinion after the Susurluk scandal in 1996. Alleged members have been indicted on charges of plotting to foment unrest, among other things by assassinating intellectuals, politicians, judges, military staff, and religious leaders, with the ultimate goal of toppling the incumbent government.Ergenekon's modus operandi has been compared to Operation Gladio's Turkish branch, the Counter-Guerrilla. By April 2011, over 500 people had been taken into custody and nearly 300 formally charged with membership of what prosecutors described as "the Ergenekon terrorist organization", which they claimed had been responsible for virtually every act of political violence—and controlled every militant group—in Turkey over the last 30 years   more
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Plaid Cymru (UK)

Plaid Cymru is a political party in Wales advocating an independent Wales within the European Union.Plaid Cymru was formed in 1925 and won its first seat in 1966. Plaid Cymru by 2012 had 1 of 4 Welsh seats in the European Parliament, 3 of 40 Welsh s... eats in the Parliament of the United Kingdom, 11 of 60 seats in the National Assembly for Wales, and 206 of 1,264 principal local authority councillors. Plaid is a member of the European Free Alliance   more
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Noua Dreaptă (Romania)

Noua Dreaptă is a nationalist far-right organization in Romania and Moldova, founded in 2000.
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Palestine Liberation Organization (Palestine)

The Palestine Liberation Organization is an organization founded in 1964 with the purpose of the liberation of Palestine through diplomacy and armed struggle. It is recognized as the "sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people" by over...  100 states with which it holds diplomatic relations, and has enjoyed observer status at the United Nations since 1974. The PLO was considered by the United States and Israel to be a terrorist organization until the Madrid Conference in 1991. In 1993, the PLO recognized Israel's right to exist in peace, accepted UN Security Council resolutions 242 and 338, and rejected "violence and terrorism"; in response, Israel officially recognized the PLO as the representative of the Palestinian people   more
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League of the South (USA)

The League of the South describes itself as a Southern nationalist organization, headquartered in Killen, Alabama, which states that its ultimate goal is "a free and independent Southern republic." The group defines the Southern United States as the...  states that made up the former Confederacy. It claims to be also a religious and social movement, advocating a return to a more traditionally conservative, Christian-oriented Southern culture. It advocates a "natural societal order of superiors and subordinates", using as an example, "Christ is the head of His Church; husbands are the heads of their families; parents are placed over their children; employers rank above their employees; the teacher is superior to his students, etc." The organization has ties to the Italian separatist political group Lega Nord.The League of the South is considered by many observers to be a white supremacist and white nationalist organization. The Southern Poverty Law Center has designated the League of the South as a Neo-Confederate hate group. The League boasted in a video made at its 2012 national convention about the fact that the SPLC described it as a hate group   more
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National Movement (Poland)

National Movement, abbreviated to RN, is an electoral alliance of far-right and ultra-nationalist political movements in Poland, which have signed an ideological agreement, including National Radical Camp and the All-Polish Youth, and the only polit... ical party in the agreement Real Politics Union. The party was formed after the Polish Independence March in 2012   more
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National Party (Turkey)

The National Party is a nationalist party in Turkey. The party was founded by Gökçe Fırat Çulhaoğlu in 2010.This party's main idols are Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Doğan Avcıoğlu and Sultan Galiev.Unlike other Socialist parties in Turkey,they often criti... cise Marxism for being Eurocentrist. They describe Kemalism as Socialism with Turkish characteristics. Socialist leaders they support are especially third worldist and left-wing nationalist leaders like Yasser Arafat, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Hugo Chavez, Josip Broz Tito and Patrice Lumumba.This party supports Nationalism against Imperialism and ethnic separatism, Socialism against Capitalism, Secularism against Religious Fundamentalism.Despite this party mainly supports civic and cultural kind of nationalism,they also have Pan-Turkist tendencies. They support an aggressive foreign diplomacy against Armenia and Greece. They are against any alliance with NATO,EU,China and Russia;they are in favour of a Turkic union   more
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Freedom Front Plus (South Africa)

The Freedom Front Plus is a national South African political party formed in 1994 and led by Dr. Pieter Mulder. Current policy positions include amending affirmative action and land reform to protect the interests of white South Africans and Coloure... ds   more
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Congress of Ukrainian Nationalists (Ukraine)

The Congress of Ukrainian Nationalists is a far-right political party in Ukraine. It was founded on October 18, 1992 and registered with the Ministry of Justice on January 26, 1993. The party leader from its formation and until her death in 2003 was...  Yaroslava Stetsko   more
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Great Union Party (Turkey)

The Great Union Party is a far-right Islamist political party in Turkey, created on January 29, 1993. It is considered to be close to the Grey Wolves organization, and is related to the "Alperen Ocakları" tendency, which operated a synthesis between...  Turkish Nationalism and Islamism, and separated itself from the Nationalist Task Party, which was renamed into Nationalist Movement Party in July 1992.Although it is claimed that the founder of the party Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu left the MHP for lack of religious convictions, this should be seen rather as a speculation as Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu rarely blamed the MHP or talked about the separation. The rift between Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu and Alparslan Türkeş actually had started after 1980 Turkish coup d'état. Alparslan Türkeş defended himself in the infamous speech in which he declared "My opinions and beliefs are of the same as the generals who organized the 1980 Turkish coup d'état, yet I am in prison" speech during trials after the coup. The ideological separation started then and reached the surface after Alparslan Türkeş dismissed the Ankara headquarters of the MHP after the 1992 MHP Congress   more
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Serbian Radical Party (Serbia)

The Serbian Radical Party is a far right, Serbian nationalist political party in Serbia. The party was founded in 1991 by Vojislav Šešelj.Vojislav Šešelj has led the party since its foundation until his voluntary extradition to the ICTY in 2003, on ... charges of alleged involvement in war crimes during the Bosnian War. His deputy-president, Tomislav Nikolić assumed de facto leadership of the party until its split in 2008. Nikolić resigned from the SRS over disagreements on the direction of the party with Šešelj and took much of the high-ranking members with him and formed the Serbian Progressive Party. Once one of the largest political parties in Serbia, the SRS lost all of its seats in the 2012 parliamentary elections, although it still holds 17 seats in the Community Assembly of Kosovo and Metohija and 5 seats in the Assembly of Vojvodina. The SRS has local party branches in neighboring Montenegro, the Republika Srpska, and the Republic of Macedonia   more
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Scottish National Party (UK)

The Scottish National Party is a Scottish nationalist and social-democratic political party in Scotland. The SNP supports and campaigns for Scottish independence. It is the third largest political party by membership in the United Kingdom, behind th... e Conservative Party and the Labour Party.The SNP was founded in 1934, with the merger of the National Party of Scotland and the Scottish Party. The party has had continuous parliamentary representation since Winnie Ewing won the 1967 Hamilton by-election.As of 2014, the SNP is the largest political party in Scotland in terms of membership, MSPs and local councillors, with over 92,000 members, 65 MSPs and 424 councillors, comprising in total 1.6% of the Scottish gross population. The SNP also currently holds 6 of 59 Scottish seats in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom. The party has 2 MEPs in the European Parliament, who sit in The Greens/European Free Alliance group. The SNP is a member of the European Free Alliance.With the creation of the Scottish Parliament in 1999, the SNP became the second largest party, serving two terms as the opposition   more
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The Spanish Traditionalist Phalanx of the Assemblies of the National Syndicalist Offensive (Spain)

The Spanish Traditionalist Phalanx of the Assemblies of the National Syndicalist Offensive, known simply as the Falange, is the name assigned to several Spanish political movements and parties originating in the late 1930s, a rough contemporary of t... he Estado Novo and German and Italian Fascism. The word Falange in Spanish refers to a phalanx formation or front, a political metaphor commonly adopted by modern radicalized movements in the early-to-middle 20th century such as: popular front, national front or vanguard. Members of the party were called Falangists. Since 1975, Falangists have split into several different political movements that have continued into the 21st century. The main political movement that retained its Falangist heritage and is the continuation of the party is the FE JONS   more
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Grey Wolves (Turkey)

The Grey Wolves, officially known as Ülkü Ocakları, is a Turkish neo-fascist organization. Formally a youth organization with close links to the Nationalist Movement Party, it has been described as MHP's "militant youth arm", "unofficial militant ar... m", "paramilitary and terrorist wing". Established by Colonel Alparslan Türkeş in the 1960s, it was the main nationalist force during the political violence in 1976–80 in Turkey. During this period the organization became a "death squad" engaged in "street killings and gunbattles". According to authorities 220 of its members carried out 694 murders of communist and liberal activists and intellectuals. Attacks on university students were commonplace. They killed hundreds of Alevis in the Maraş massacre of 1978, and are alleged to have been behind the Taksim Square massacre of 1977. The masterminds behind the attempt on Pope John Paul II's life in 1981 by Grey Wolves member Mehmet Ali Ağca were not identified and the organization's role remains unclear. Due to these attacks the Grey Wolves have been described by scholars and journalists as a terrorist organization   more
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All-Polish Youth (Poland)

The All-Polish Youth is a Polish youth organization based on nationalistic doctrines, formerly affiliated with the League of Polish Families, with a Catholic-National philosophy. Its agenda declares that its aim is to raise Polish youth in a Catholi... c and patriotic spirit.Its manifesto from 1989 states, for example, that "one's country is the greatest earthly good. After God, your foremost love belongs to the Homeland, and foremost after God you must serve your own country," and declares itself opposed to "doctrines promoting liberalism, tolerance, and relativism. The earliest roots of Polish Youth reach back to 1922, the organisation was delegalised in 1934 and the present incarnation was created on December 2, 1989. Polish Youth was affiliated with the League of Polish Families, but was never officially its youth wing.In recent years, All-Polish Youth have been widely condemned as homophobic by various organisations including Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and the United Nations   more
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briantheliberal says2015-05-18T19:37:46.3339307-05:00
What about the GOP?
58539672 says2015-05-18T21:31:33.1998535-05:00
What about Hamas?
PetersSmith says2015-05-18T21:32:13.5378641-05:00
Hamas is a terrorist organization.
Nuzlocke4 says2015-05-19T03:14:03.2543406-05:00
This is good, we need more polls like this. Favorited.
lannan13 says2015-05-26T17:38:00.8797101-05:00
Ireland Republican Army
lannan13 says2015-05-26T17:38:29.9618560-05:00
Code Pink for US
PetersSmith says2015-05-26T21:54:45.0077342-05:00
Lannan13: The IRA disbanded, they were replaced by the Continuity Irish Republican Army, which is there. Code Pink is not a nationalist organization and if you think it is then I'd like you to present a well-written argument as to why it is, and as to why it is a greater threat than something like the Golden Dawn.
debate_power says2015-05-29T17:33:53.5871605-05:00
Look how many Ukrainian ones there are... Huh
PetersSmith says2015-05-29T17:34:41.4491877-05:00
Debate_power: There's more Turkey ones.
fazz says2015-06-29T23:27:34.2609087-05:00
Its because they are both smaller countries at the border of states that were formerly superpowers.

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