White Electoral Alliance
|White Electoral Alliance
|Leader||Jack Erik Kjuus|
|Merger of||Stop Immigration and Help the foreigners home or else we will lose our country|
|Politics of Norway
White Electoral Alliance (Bokmål: Hvit Valgallianse, Nynorsk: Kvit Valallianse) was a short-lived political party in Norway, founded by Jack Erik Kjuus in September 1995 after the merging of Stop Immigration (Stopp Innvandringen) and Help the foreigners home or else we will lose our country (Hjelp de fremmede hjem ellers mister vi landet vårt), both minor fringe parties led by Jack Erik Kjuus. The name of the party was a counter to the contemporary far-left political party Red Electoral Alliance.
The party was extremely controversial throughout its short existence, and likely the most extreme far-right party to ever exist in Norway. The party wanted to repatriate all immigrants who had come to the country since 1975. For non-western immigrants this would apply from 1960. If this would not be possible the party went in for sterilization under coercion. The same applied to immigrants in relationships with ethnic Norwegians. According to the party itself, this was to preserve the Norwegian people's ethnic composition.
Because of these sections of the party program, Jack Erik Kjuus was on 21 February 1997 sentenced by Oslo Municipal Court to 60 days conditional jail and 20.000 NOK in fine for violation of penal code section § 135a, also known as racism paragraph. The ruling was appealed to the Supreme Court. In the Supreme Court the issue was discussed in the plenary, which had not happened for 27 years. The ruling from the Municipal Court was maintained in November. Five of the judges went in for acquittal, while the remaining twelve voted for the maintenance of the verdict.
As a protest against the verdict the party board withdrew shortly after. Jack Erik Kjuus also pulled out of politics. Many of its members went over to the newly established party the National Alliance.