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Jobbik and Polish patriot groups have common objectives


Envyme 10 | 28
9 Mar 2013 #1
ábor Vona's January 26 state of the nation address event has been attended by besides several diplomatic invitees, Mlodziez Wszechpolska (All-Polish Youth) delegation to whom Vona gave a special greeting during his speech.

Jobbik and Mlodziez Wszechpolska Movement started developing friendly relations in 2009. Since then, members of the two organizations regularly visiting each other's political events. Last summer, a large group of Polish youth arrived in Magyar Sziget -- the largest nationalist Hungarian youth festival of the year. On November 11, 2012 nearly 120 Hungarian radicals (including HVIM and Jobbik Youth Branch) took part in Poland's largest annual event, the Independence Day March that had been attended by more than 50 thousand people.

Jobbik's January 26 season opening event has been attended by Witold Tumanowicz and Michał Kowałczyk representing Mlodziez Wszechpolska. Witold Tumanowicz is one of the founders of the Marsz Niepodległosci Movement and Michał Kowalczyk is a member of the organization's foreign affairs cabinet. While in Hungary, the Polish delegation met Jobbik President Gábor Vona and Witold Tumanowicz talked to N1 TV about the links between Jobbik and Mlodziez Wszechpolska and the challenges ahead of the Polish nationalist movement.

The Polish nationalists have major challenges ahead of them this year because soon, they form their own party. In some ways, their party will be structured like the Jobbik party. The formation of a Polish national party had been announced during last year's Independence Day celebration. The founding congress of the new party is expected sometime this summer. The Polish nationalists are planning to run candidates in the 2014 European Parliamentary elections. The new party will be called Ruch Narodowy, (National Movement).

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goofy_the_dog
9 Mar 2013 #2
Polak, Wegier dwa Bratanki i do szabli i do szklanki ;)

I wonder will our Hungarian brothers come to Warsaw on the 11th of November, I know that I am going for sure :)
OP Envyme 10 | 28
9 Mar 2013 #3
Translate in English, goofy the dog? :)
1jola 14 | 1,879
9 Mar 2013 #4
, the Independence Day March that had been attended by more than 50 thousand people.

We sang the National anthem in our National language, carried National flags, and even had National currency in our pockets issued by the National Bank. It was a National holiday.

Of course, there were neo-communists, their children, and their grandchildren who didn't and don't like the idea of an independent Poland. They march on May 1st, but not in such numbers.
goofy_the_dog
9 Mar 2013 #5
I agree with 1Jola!
It is estimated that the whole crowd was about 150 thousand people, however the government's controlled police lowered that number to just about 50 thousand
I cant wait to go on this year's events, it will great!!!

Czesc i Chwala Bohaterom!
jon357 67 | 16,830
10 Mar 2013 #6
What happened to the party they had before?


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