The question that obviously arises here is that how could BJP -- which could not muster more than just a couple of parliamentary seats in the state until recently and with an all-time high general election vote percentage of around 17 per cent in 2014 -- manage to suddenly emerge as the ruling TMC's biggest challenger in a state that has historically been averse to any ultra-rightist
Last year, Poggenburg shocked many Germans by sending messages in a WhatsApp group of AfD members saying "Germany for the Germans", a slogan often used by the ultra-rightist
National Democratic Party (NPD).
Bhide, President of Shri Shiv Pratisthan Hindustan, a pro-Hindutva ultra-rightist
outfit from western Maharashtra.
elements in Greece, for instance, such as the neo-fascist Golden Dawn party, draw on this ancient imagery of blood to argue that only those of A-A?A1/2Greek bloodA-A?A1/2 should receive the benefits of citizenship.
A CONVENIENT FALSEHOOD--We always knew Kayhan, an ultra-rightist
Tehran daily, couldnt' tell truth from fiction, but now it has proved it by running a phony story about Hillary Clinton from a satirical website.
14 -- (BNA): Ultra-rightist
Jewish settlers damaged the tyres of 11 Palestinian-owned vehicles in occupied Jerusalem, according to the Palestinian Info and News Agency "WAFA".
The new government that took office last week is formed with the partnership of the ultra-rightist
, neo-Nazi, anti-Semitic and anti-Russian Svoboda party.
A few weeks earlier, the ultra-rightist
who advocates paying Palestinians to leave Israel and the occupied territories and was once considered on the fringes of the party, told an interviewer: "I can definitely say that the slogan 'Kahane tzadak - Kahane was right' has proven itself many times." Netanyahu's foreign minister and leader of the Yisrael Beiteinu party, Avigdor Lieberman, was briefly a member of Kach decades ago and still espouses views that echo Kahane's.
Nevertheless, he - and the ultra-rightist
wing that he belongs to - succeeded in imposing their say on the party members, knowing that the party leaders were in disagreement.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ultra-rightist
rhetoric on the definition of "aggression" last week was symbolic of a nasty trend in Japanese politics.
Chief among Jewish concerns in Hungary is the rise of the ultra-rightist
Jobbik party, which openly espouses anti-Semitic views and won 12 percent of parliamentary seats in 2010 elections.
tendency, if unchecked, will lead Japan to a dead end, as it will never be treated as a normal country if it continues on this path.