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Something I missed on the day of the 1956 Revolution on 23 October, when police at last PREVENTED a riot in Budapest, and arrested a bomber.

The official events of both of the rival far-right youth movements (the 64 Shires Movement which spawned the rioters, and youth party JOBBIK which spawned the Hungarian Guard paramilitary) had two 'prominent' guests: Nick Griffin and Roberto Fiore.

Yes, the chairman of the British National Party, and his Italian friend (who hid in Britain after he was sought in connection with the Bologna station bombing), who took Alessandra Mussolini's seat in the European Parliament.

I was aware of ties with the Flemish far-right, but not this.

*Lunatic*, n.
One whose delusions are out of fashion.

by DoDo on Fri Oct 31st, 2008 at 04:38:06 AM EST
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