Nick Griffin Says He’s Moving to Hungary to Escape Brutal Multiculturalist Regime

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 20, 2017

Nick Griffin, the former head of the BNP, has announced that he’s moving to Russia.

There’s already a sort of nationalist emigre community building up here. There’s French, there’s Italians and Swedes, and Brits as well, so it’s only a trickle at present. I have no doubt at all that when the trouble really begins with al-Qaeda and Isis in western Europe, that trickle is going to become a flood. And I hope that Hungary, the Hungarian government, the Hungarian people, will welcome people who are genuine refugees from western Europe but keep out the liberals who have brought western Europe to this state in the first place.

In my view, Hungary is one of the best countries in the world. Especially for Westerners to escape the Jew system, given that they do have a degree of English there and the language isn’t as difficult as Slavic languages.

I think at this point, a temporary retreat from Western Europe probably makes sense for a lot of people.

Please note, however, that Hungary is a part of the EU and so is subject to some of their most brutal laws, including hatespeech laws.

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  1. Just got back from a week in Budapest. Met a cool Polish dude who was doing some pro life work and is Catholic monarchist like myself.

    Also met some Poles waving Polish WW2 flags. When I showed them my WW1 and WW2 jewelery, nazi/anti-bolshevik stuff they liked it. But when I asked if they were anti Jew, they said that was 'extreme...' (A girl was the only one who spoke english well however.) I wasn't aware of the EU hate speech laws. But Budapest is verrry white.

  2. Russian isn't near as hard as it looks. Japanese characters are much more difficult to learn than Cyrillic. Cyrillic is fairly intuitive, if you get over that initial step it's not bad at all.

    The problem is Russia might be 40% muslim in a couple decades. Putin let the chechans, tajiks, and various other central Asians to come to Russia. If Russia was still white orthodox Christian I'd move there in a heartbeat, but I have doubts about its long term demographics.

  3. You might correct this sentence, @AndrewAnglin

    "Nick Griffin, the former head of the BNP, has announced that he’s moving to Russia."

    Hungary /= Russia

  4. Wayne says:

    Dude, Slavic, German and Romance languages share many words unlike Hungarian which is completely alien to Indo-European family of languages.

  5. :stuck_out_tongue:

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