List of white nationalist organizations
The following is the list of well-known white nationalist organizations, groups and related media:
White nationalism is a political ideology which advocates a racial definition of national identity for white people; some white nationalists advocate a separate all-white nation state. White separatism and white supremacism are subgroups within white nationalism. The former seek a separate white nation state, while the latter add ideas from social Darwinism and National Socialism to their ideology. The vast majority of white nationalists are separatists, and only a smaller number are supremacists. Both schools of thought generally avoid the term supremacy, saying it has negative connotations.
- New Triumph Party, Nationalist Argentinian Party
- Blood, Land, Honour and Faithfulness, (Bloed, Bodem, Eer en Trouw; abbreviated BBET), is a Flemish neo-Nazi group in Belgium, founded in 2004 from a splinter of the Flemish branch of the international Nazi skinhead organization, Blood and Honour. BBET rose to prominence in September 2006, after 17 members, including 11 soldiers, were arrested under the December 2003 anti-terrorist laws and laws against racism, antisemitism and negationism. According to Justice Minister Laurette Onkelinx and Interior Minister Patrick Dewael, the suspects were preparing terrorist attacks in order to "destabilize Belgium."
- National European Community Party, (Parti Communautaire National-Européen; abbreviated PCN), is a Belgian radical right-wing political party which follows National Bolshevism.
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- Aryan Guard, was founded in late 2006 but did not gain any media attention until 2007 when members began a flier campaign targeting immigrants. Some of these flyers had been surreptitiously placed in the free Calgary arts and culture newspaper, "Fast Forward" by Aryan Guard members. The Friends of the Simon Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies suspect that the individual responsible for the fliers may be Bill Noble, a neo-Nazi well known to law enforcement for his online racist activism and who has been in the past charged under Section 319 of the Canadian Criminal Code for wilful promotion of hatred. The Aryan Guard's website is also registered in Noble's name.
- Canadian Heritage Alliance, is a Canadian white supremacist group founded in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario. Detective Terry Murphy of London's Hate Crime Unit alleged that the group had links with the Heritage Front and the Kitchener/Waterloo/Cambridge-based Tri-City Skins.
- Heritage Front, was a Canadian neo-Nazi white supremacist organization founded in 1989 and disbanded around 2005.
- Ku Klux Klan, active in parts of Canada in the 1920s and early 1930s.
- National Socialist Party of Canada, is a neo-Nazi party founded in 2006 by Terry Tremaine. The party uses a flag featuring a red swastika on a field of blue.
- Tri-City Skins, was an Ontario-based white power group active from 1997 to 2002 in the Kitchener-Waterloo and Cambridge area. James Scott Richardson was the group's most visible member, and in October 2001, police believed that Tri-City Skins had 25 members in southwestern Ontario.
- Western Canada for Us, was a short-lived Alberta-based white nationalist group founded by Glenn Bahr and Peter Kouba in early 2004.
- Western Guard Party, (founded in 1972 as the Western Guard) was a white supremacist group based in Toronto, Canada. It evolved out of the far-right anti-Communist Edmund Burke Society that had been founded in 1967 by Don Andrews, Paul Fromm, Leigh Smith and Al Overfield.
- The Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, is an alleged branch of the KKK operating in Chilliwack, BC. In July 2017, a group claiming to be from the organization flyers lawns across the city.
- National Socialist Movement of Chile, was founded in 1932. The most notable member of the party was Miguel Serrano, a major figure in esoteric Nazism. The party merged in 1938 with the Unión Socialista to create the Alianza Popular Libertadora. In 1945, the APL merged with the Chilean Agrarian Party to form the Partido Agrario Laborista. During 1970-1973, the party was re-formed as the Vanguardia Revolucionaria Nacional, using a mirror-image of the original 1932 party flag. After the 1973 Chilean coup d'état, the party was disbanded and many members of the party took offices in the Pinochet dictatorship.
- European National Front, (abbreviated ENF) is a coordinating structure of European Third Positionist, anti-communist and nationalist parties. Members of the ENF sometimes also use anti-capitalist rhetoric. One member of the European National Front has achieved entry into the European Parliament: Italian MEP Roberto Fiore, leader of the neo-Fascist Forza Nuova (New Force) in Italy.
- National Party of Europe, (abbreviated NPE) was a far-right Pan-European Nationalist political party from 1962 to 1968. The NPE supported a Pan-European nation-state encompassing mainland Europe, the lands to be liberated by American and Russian withdrawal from occupied territories and military bases, the British Dominions and other European overseas territories, and approximately one-third of Africa. Colonialism was to be brought to an end and each former colony replaced with a single-ethnic government. The NPE was founded on March 1, 1962 when the European Declaration at Venice was signed by Europe's eminent far-right parties of the day: The Union Movement of Britain, Deutsche Reichspartei of West Germany, the Italian Social Movement, and Jeune Europe & Mouvement d'Action Civique of Belgium.
- European Social Movement, (abbreviated ESM) was a neo-Fascist Europe-wide alliance formed in 1951 to promote Pan-European Nationalism. The ESM had its origins in the far-right Italian Social Movement, and was replaced by the National Party of Europe in 1962.
- New European Order, (abbreviated NEO) was, like the European Social Movement, a neo-Fascist Europe-wide alliance formed to promote Pan-European Nationalism. The NEO was founded in 1951 shortly after the founding of the European Social Movement, and in defiance of the ESM, which the NEO claimed was too moderate in its racialist and anti-communist views. After its founding, the NEO pledged a European war against communists and non-whites.
- Identity Bloc, (Bloc Identitaire) is a French radical right-wing populist political party founded in 2003. Although neo-Nazi and neo-Fascist groups are illegal in France, Identity Bloc has been called both far-right and White Nationalist. Identity Bloc has also been known to espouse Pan-European Nationalism.
- National Democratic Party of Germany, (Nationaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands; abbreviated NPD) is a far-right German nationalist party formed in 1964. The NPD was founded in 1964 as a successor to the German Reich Party (German: Deutsche Reichspartei, DRP) and considers itself to be Germany's "only significant patriotic force." The leader of the NPD is Frank Franz.
- German People's Union, (Deutsche Volksunion; abbreviated DVU) was a German nationalist party formed in 1971 by Gerhard Frey. The DVU supports German ethnic nationalism, Pan-Germanism, Third Positionism, and Right-wing populism. The party ends up in 2011 by joining the National Democratic Party of Germany.
- German League for People and Homeland, (Deutsche Liga für Volk und Heimat; abbreviated DLVH) is nationalist and conservative right-wing German political association which was formed in 1991 by the more extreme right-wing Harald Neubauer, who split from Die Republikaner in reaction to the over-moderately conservative REP leader, Franz Schönhuber. When it first emerged, the DLVH stated its goal was to unite all of Germany's far-right elements under one banner.
- The Republicans, (Die Republikaner; abbreviated REP) is a Nationalist and Conservative political party in Germany, formed in 1983 and led by Rolf Schlierer. The REP promotes German nationalism, National Conservatism, anti-immigration, Right-wing populism, and social conservatism.
- German Heathen's Front, (Deutsche Heidnische Front; abbreviated DHF) is a far-right Germanic Neopagan group formed by avowed neo-Nazi Hendrik Möbus in 1998 as the German section of the Allgermanische Heidnische Front (AHF), or All-Germanic Heathen's Front, an international Völkisch and Pagan group practicing Heathenry in the forms of Germanic Neopaganism, Odinism, and Wotanism.
- Gesinnungsgemeinschaft der Neuen Front (abbreviated GdNF) was the main group in Germany for neo-Nazi activity in the 1990s. The small group was formed in 1985 by Michael Kühnen, Thomas Brehl and Christian Worch after the 1983 banning of the Action Front of National Socialists/National Activists. The GdNF was soon formalized into a well-ordered organization, taking in the former ANS/NA membership. The GdNF placed itself within the more radical Sturmabteilung tradition of Nazism rather than simple devotion to Adolf Hitler, staging marches, paramilitary training and setting up cells in the German Democratic Republic. After Kühnen came out in 1986, the GdNF remained loyal, but in the resulting split, the group lost control of both the FAP and the organizations of celebrations for Hitler's 100th birthday. After Kühnen's death in 1991, the group gradually passed out of existence.
- National Offensive, (German: Nationale Offensive; abbreviated NO) was a German neo-Nazi party formed in 1990 by Michael Swierczek, former chairman of the Free German Workers' Party (FAP) in Bavaria. The focus of the platform of the NO was its fight against immigrants. It considered the blending of cultures to be genocide, and therefore called for the deportation of foreigners, tightening of German asylum laws, and making it more difficult to attain German nationality. In 1991 and 1992, the NO publicly supported former SS-member Josef Schwammberger while on trial for war crimes. the National Offensive was banned by the German Interior Ministry in 1992.
- German Alternative, (Deutsche Alternative; abbreviated DA) was a minor neo-Nazi group set up by Michael Kühnen in 1989. Deutsche Alternative's declared goal was the restoration of the German Reich, and DA rejected the cession of German areas in Eastern Europe following World War II as well as all immigration to Germany claiming that there were already too many foreigners in the country.
- Free German Workers' Party, (Freiheitliche Deutsche Arbeiterpartei; abbreviated FAP) was a neo-Nazi political association in Germany from 1979 to 1995. The FAP was relatively obscure until the larger and more active ANS/NA was banned in 1983, when prominent German neo-Nazi Michael Kühnen encouraged former members of the now-illegal ANS/NA to infiltrate the FAP in order to preserve a nucleus of organized National Socialism in Germany. However, the FAP itself was banned by the German government in 1995.
- Action Front of National Socialists/National Activists, (Aktionsfront Nationaler Sozialisten/Nationale Aktivisten; abbreviated ANS/NA) was a German National Socialist group formed by Michael Kühnen in 1977, under the name Action Front of National Socialists (ANS), as a legal branch of the NSDAP/AO. The ANS merged with the National Activists (NA), another neo-Nazi group led by Thomas Brehl, in 1983, forming the ANS/NA as it existed until its ban by the German government. In 1983, the German Ministry of the Interior banned the ANS/NA, which officially disbanded soon after.
- Nationalist Front, (Nationalistische Front; abbreviated NF) was a minor neo-Nazi group formed in 1982 as the Nationalist Front - League of Social Revolutionary Nationalists. The Nationalist Front was characterized for its support for Strasserism rather than the more usual forms of Nazism, and also for having a large Pagan population and for forming links with the Ku Klux Klan in America, even performing cross burnings.
- People's Socialist Movement of Germany/Labour Party, (Volkssozialistische Bewegung Deutschlands/Partei der Arbeit; abbreviated VSBD/PdA) was a German neo-Nazi group led by Friedhelm Busse. The Junge Front (Young Front), a youth movement attached to the party, was also organized. The VSBD/PdA adopted a more left-leaning view of Nazism: Strasserism. Strasserism, formed by two early left-leaning Nazis in the 1920s, the brothers Gregor and Otto Strasser, calls for a more radical, mass-action and worker-based form of National Socialism, particularly hostile to finance capitalism. The VSBD/PdA was banned in Germany in 1982.
- Viking Youth, (Wiking-Jugend; abbreviated WJ) was a German neo-Nazi youth organization modeled after the original Hitler Youth, the HJ Hitlerjugend. The WJ was formed in 1952 as the successor to the Reichsjugend, the youth branch of the Sozialistische Reichspartei, which was banned. So when the German neo-Nazis went underground, the fragments of former National Socialist youth organizations and smaller follow-ups - the former Reichsjugend, the Vaterländischer Jungenbund, the Deutsche Unitarier-Jugend - were eventually all brought together as the Wiking-Jugend. The WJ was outlawed as unconstitutional in 1994.
- Socialist Reich Party of Germany, (Sozialistische Reichspartei Deutschlands; abbreviated SRP) was a far right West German political party founded in 1949, in the aftermath of World War II, as an openly National Socialist and Hitler-admiring split from the Deutsche Reichspartei. Leading figures included Otto Ernst Remer, a former Major General in the Wehrmacht. The SRP claimed that Karl Dönitz was the last legitimate Führer of a pan-German Reich. The SRP also advocated Europe, led by a reunited German Reich, as a "third force" against both capitalism and communism. The SRP was banned by the West German government in 1952, and much of its membership re-joined the Deutsche Reichspartei
- German Reich Party, (Deutsche Reichspartei; abbreviated DRP) was a German nationalist political party formed from the defunct German Right Party in Germany in 1950. In 1949, the Socialist Reich Party split from the DRP; the SRP was openly National Socialist and Hitler-admiring. However, the DRP would be marked as the new force of neo-Nazism in 1952, when the Socialist Reich Party was declared unconstitutional and banned, and much of its membership joined or re-joined the DRP, including longtime Nazi and former Luftwaffe pilot, Hans-Ulrich Rudel, who joined in 1953. The German Reich Party remained the main force of the far-right in Germany until it dissolved in 1964, replaced by the National Democratic Party of Germany (Nationaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands, or NPD)
- German Conservative Party - German Right Party, (Deutsche Konservative Partei - Deutsche Rechtspartei) was a conservative and nationalist German post-World War II political party, formed in 1946 as a merger of the German Conservatives, Deutsche Aufbaupartei, and Deutsche Bauern- und Landvolk Partei. Originally intended as a continuation of the conservative pre-WWII German National People's Party, it soon attracted a number of former Nazis and its program changed towards a more neo-Nazi stance. The Deutsche Rechtspartei continued to face pressure until eventually it merged with other right-wing groups, such as the National Democrats, to form the German Reich Party around 1950.
- The Conservatives, a party founded in 1985. In the 6 May 2012 Greek parliamentary election, 2012, the Tory party, as part of the protest vote against the austerity program agreed to by the previous government to resolve the Greek financial crisis, received an unprecedented 7% of the vote, up from less than 1% in 2009, and became entitled to be seated in the Greek Parliament for the first time, with 21 seats.
- Dutch Peoples-Union, a Dutch political party. Because of its many calls for the rehabilitation of convicted World War II war criminals and SS costumes worn at demonstrations, it is counted among the most extreme right of Dutch politics. The party strives for a fusion of the Netherlands with Flanders and a Europe of the Fatherlands.
- Pamyat, (Memory) is a Russian ultra-nationalist organization that emerged covertly in the late 1970s from a society in the Soviet Union for preserving cultural monuments, and had become overtly political by the time of the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
- Russian National Socialist Party, a break-off from Pamyat that formed in 1998.
- Russian National Unity, a far-right political party.
- Movement Against Illegal Immigration (DPNI), Formerly the largest Russian nationalist organisation. Founded 12 of July 2002 The chief organiser of the annual Russian March event. Has multiple branches in all Russian regions.
- National Socialist Society (NSO)
- Slavic Union (SS)
- Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging, (English: Afrikaner Resistance Movement) (AWB) is a South African far right secessionist political organisation. The AWB is committed to the creation of an independent Boer-Afrikaner republic or "Volkstaat/Boerestaat" in part of South Africa.
- Blanke Bevrydingsbeweging (English: White Liberation Movement) (BBB). The BBB sought a white South Africa by the removal of the black population.
- Herstigte Nasionale Party (English: Reconstituted National Party). A far-right wing party supporting Afrikaner nationalism and a return to apartheid.
- South African Gentile National Socialist Movement
- Democracia Nacional is a far right political party in Spain, founded in 1995. Known for their anti-immigration campaigns under the slogan "Compórtate o márchate" (Behave well or leave the country).
- España 2000 is a far-right political party of Spain. At present they are without parliamentary representation, but they have a growing presence in Valencia and Madrid and a minor presence currently in Catalonia, Granada, Navarra and Sevilla. They have 7 town councillors.
- Republican Social Movement third-positionist political party of Spain.
- European Nation State European nationalist political party of Spain.
- National Alliance openly neo-nazi political party of Spain.
- Bases Autónomas violent neo-nazi group that was active in Spain in the 80's and 90's.
- CEDADE national-socialist cultural and political association, founded in 1966 and dissolved in 1993.
- Nacionalni stroj (National Alignment) is the name of a Neo-Nazi organisation that was formed in Serbia and managed to attract some attention with their antisemitic demonstrations in 2005. Eighteen of its leading members were arrested and face lengthy prison terms.
Apart from neo-fascist Grey Wolves and the Turkish ultranationalist Nationalist Movement Party there are some Neo-Nazi organizations in Turkey like the Turkish Nazi Party or the National Socialist Party of Turkey, mainly based on the internet.
- Blood & Honour, is a neo-Nazi music promotion network and political group founded in 1987 with links to Combat 18 and composed of white power skinheads and other white nationalists. The group organizes white power concerts by Rock Against Communism (RAC) bands and distributes a magazine with the same name.
- British National Party, is a far-right political party formed as a splinter group from the National Front by John Tyndall in 1982. The BNP restricted membership to people it referred to as "Indigenous Caucasian", effectively excluding non-whites, until 2009 when its constitution was challenged in the courts on grounds of racial discrimination.
- Candour, is an irregular British Nationalist magazine published by the A. K. Chesterton Trust.
- Combat 18, is a violent neo-Nazi organisation associated with Blood and Honour.
- National Front, a small far-right party, which was more prominent in the 1970s.
- 11th Hour Remnant Messenger was a group founded by two wealthy retired entrepreneurs who believed that whites were the true biblical Israelites.
- American Renaissance, is a "race realist and white advocacy website", formerly a monthly magazine, published by the New Century Foundation.
- American Freedom Party, formerly known as the American Third Position Party, is an American political party which promotes white supremacy. It was founded in 2010, and it defines its principal mission as representing the political interests of white Americans.
- American Nazi Party, is an antisemitic, neo-Nazi organization based largely upon the ideals and policies of Adolf Hitler's NSDAP in Germany during the era of the Third Reich but it claims that it is in conformance with the Constitutional principles of the U.S.'s Founding Fathers. It also supports Holocaust denial.
- Aryan Brotherhood of Texas is, according to the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center, one of the largest and most violent white supremacist prison gangs in the United States, responsible for murders and other violent crimes.
- Aryan Nations, is a white supremacist neo-Nazi organization founded in the 1970s by Richard Girnt Butler as an arm of the Christian Identity group known as the Church of Jesus Christ-Christian. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has called Aryan Nations a "terrorist threat", and the RAND Corporation has called it the "first truly nationwide terrorist network" in the US.
- Asatru Folk Assembly, part of the racist ("folkish") branch of the Heathenry movement.
- Council of Conservative Citizens, is an American political organization that supports a large variety of conservative and paleoconservative causes in addition to white separatism.
- Creativity Alliance, (formerly known as the World Church of the Creator) is a white supremacist political organization that advocates the racialist religion, Creativity. Mainly religious rather than political, the radical Creativity Alliance or Church of Creativity, founded by Ben Klassen in 1973, worships the white race itself rather than any deity, and advocates a radical form of white supremacism known as RAHOWA.
- EURO, is a white separatist organization in the United States. Led by former Louisiana state representative and presidential primary candidate David Duke, it was founded in 2000.
- Hammerskins, also known as Hammerskin Nation, are a white supremacist group formed in 1988 in Dallas, Texas. Their primary focus is the production and promotion of white power rock music, and many white power bands have been affiliated with the group.
- Ku Klux Klan, often abbreviated KKK and informally known as The Klan, is the name of three distinct past and present right-wing organizations in the United States, which have advocated extremist reactionary currents such as white supremacy and nationalism. The Klan is classified as a hate group by the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center. It is estimated to have between 5,000 and 8,000 members, split among dozens of different organizations that use the Klan name as of 2012.
- National Alliance, is a white supremacist political organization. It was founded by William Luther Pierce, and is based in the Pierce family's compound in Hillsboro, West Virginia.
- National Association for the Advancement of White People, is a white supremacist organization in the United States incorporated on December 14, 1953 in Delaware by Bryant Bowles which presents itself as a civil rights organization such as the NAACP.
- National Policy Institute, is a think tank based in Augusta, Georgia in the United States. It describes itself as the right's answer to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
- National Socialist Movement (United States), a party founded in 1974. Since 2005 the party has become very active, staging many marches and demonstrations.
- National Vanguard, was an American National Socialist organization based in Charlottesville, Virginia, founded by Kevin Alfred Strom and former members of the National Alliance.
- Nationalist Movement, is a Mississippi-based, white supremacist organization that advocates what it calls a "pro-majority" position. It has been called white supremacist by the Associated Press and Anti-Defamation League, among others.
- Occidental Quarterly, is a printed far-right quarterly journal with a web segment, TOQ Online, including interviews, essays and reviews on the website.
- The Order, or Brüder Schweigen ("Silent Brotherhood") was a white supremacist Revolutionary organization founded by Robert Jay Mathews, active 1983-1984, probably best known for the 1984 murder of talk show host Alan Berg. Berg's killing was to be the first in a planned series of assassinations, followed by attacks on the United States government, all meant to bring about a race war which would result in fulfillment of White Separatist ideals (see Northwest Territorial Imperative).
- Pacifica Forum, is a controversial discussion group in Eugene, Oregon, United States. It has been listed as a white nationalist hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).
- Phineas Priesthood, is a Christian Identity movement that opposes interracial intercourse, the mixing of races, homosexuality, and abortion. It is also marked by its anti-Semitism, anti-multiculturalism, and opposition to taxation.
- Volksfront, describes itself as an international fraternal organization for persons of European descent. It has been called "neo-Nazi" and a "racist-skinhead group" in press reports. The Anti-Defamation League has called the group "one of the most active skinhead groups in the United States." The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has added Volksfront to its list of hate groups.
- White Aryan Resistance, is a neo-Nazi white supremacist organization founded and led by former Ku Klux Klan leader Tom Metzger.
White nationalist webforumsEdit
- Podblanc is an antisemitic and white supremacist video sharing website. Founder Craig Cobb designed it as an alternative to YouTube, which Cobb calls "Jew Tube" due to its policy of banning racist and anti-Semitic content.
- Stormfront is an antisemitic and white nationalist Internet forum.
- Metapedia a white nationalist online encyclopedia, similar to Wikipedia.
- Redwatch a British neo-Nazi and antisemitic website.
- Vanguard News Network is an antisemitic and white supremacist website.
- VDARE is an anti-immigration, white supremacist website.
White nationalist radio showsEdit
- The Derek Black Show was a white nationalist radio program broadcast five times a week from the Lake Worth, Florida-based radio station WPBR-AM. Derek Black is the son of Don Black, founder of the large white nationalist discussion forum Stormfront. Stormfront and Black are now located on the Jeff Rense radio network.
- The Political Cesspool, is a weekly talk radio show syndicated by Liberty News Radio Network and Accent Radio Network. It is currently broadcast from Millington, Tennessee, from radio station WLRM. The program represents "a philosophy that is pro-White", and is "against political centralization."
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