Jobbik in the Europe
Béla Kovács, Jobbik's representative in the European Parliament was the first EP member ever to visit Kamchatka.
Jobbik finds it unacceptable that the president of VHA could not mention one single fact to support his statements.
"They may turn off the lights of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the White House in Washington or the Weeping Wall in Jerusalem, Jobbik's policies will still represent the interests of the defens
The Alliance of European National Movements (AENM) held a two-day congress during the weekend, in Hédervár near Győr where ten countries’ nationalist movements (Poland, France, Belgium, Italy, Spain,