Talk:European National Front

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The National Revival of Poland was one of the founding parties of the ENF, but left after a dispute regarding the membership of the National Democratic Party of Germany (a party which has some views that are anti-Polish in nature). The NPD is the bigger party, and 'won out' over the smaller NOP. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 85.222.53.141 (talk) 20:19, 15 April 2008 (UTC)


I removed the Politics of the European Union template as not only is the ENF nothing to do with the EU, its member parties are usually very anti-EU. To clarify: the ENF is a European political grouping, as is the EU (in some ways). They have nothing to do with each other however, apart from operating in the same geographical area.
--Lost tourist 19:50, 26 November 2006 (UTC)

According to the National Revival of Poland article, it is a member of the ENF, but the ENF website doesn't say it is. I added it anyway but if anyone contradicts my adding them to the list then take it down. Chenzo23 17:32, 23 July 2007 (UTC)

Alternative ENF[edit]

www.europeannationalfront.com


Nationalist Or Neo Fascist?[edit]

I Have added Neo-Fascism to the info box as this is more appropriate than just nationalism because most of the political parties mentioned that are members adhere to the Third Positionist ideology, which is a strand of neo-fascism, or are considered in their own countries to be neo-fascist and/or are descendants of historical fascist parties and still adhere to the previous principles in a 21st century fashion and plus the parties emphasise their nationalism as part of a specific neo-fascist or Third positionist agenda.

Gr8opinionater 9:12, 23 November 2008 (GMT)