Interview with Syrian Member of Parliament for the Syrian Social Nationalist Party (SSNP), Dr. Ahmad Merei
With Europe’s ongoing migrant crisis and the continuing unrest in Syria being inextricably linked with one another (as already explored and discussed in a previous article by ETN), Europa Terra Nostra author Sascha Roßmüller held an enlightening interview with recently re-elected Member of the Syrian Parliament Dr. Ahmad Merei of the Syrian Social Nationalist Party (SSNP).
Dr. Ahmad Merei
A wave of oppression has been unleashed against one of Slovakia's most popular parties – Marian Kotleba's People's Party – Our Slovakia (ĽSNS). The People's Party has grown in recent years to become a force to be reckoned with. In the 2019 presidential elections, Kotleba won an impressive 10.39% of the vote, coming in at 4th, out of 16 candidates. In the same year, the party came 3rd in the European parliamentary elections, with 12.07% of the vote, just behind the two plutocratic parties, Direction – Social Democracy (SMER) (15.72%) and Progressive Slovakia (PS)/Together – Civic Democracy (SPOLU) coalition (20.11%). During the national parliamentary elections last February, ĽSNS increased its number of parliamentary seats from 14 to 17, with 229,581 votes.
The popularity of ĽSNS and its activists has provoked outrage from various powerful globalist organizations in the European Union and the United States. The "anti-racism" government committee, VRAX, has converted the National Criminal Agency (NAKA) into a secret police outfit, with even a department specializing in prosecuting "extremists." This effort has been specifically targeting ĽSNS MPs, who are putting up political resistance against the new – yet already unpopular – neo-liberal government.
“No More Brother Wars!” Under this powerful banner have gathered nationalists from several European countries in Gdansk, Poland on September 5th. Alongside the Polish organisers marched representatives from the National Social Front (Czech Republic), Les Nationalistes (France), National Association (Bulgaria) and S-14 (Ukraine). Even the government restrictions imposed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and unpleasant weather conditions could not prevent these adherents of the nationalist ideology from setting an example for the entire European continent in the struggle for the preservation of European ethnicities and traditionalist values.