Fascist March Against Globalisation in Paris, 9th of May.
The Far-Right in Europe Remains a Threat.
Fascists March in Paris, 9th of May, Against Globalisation.
According to Le Monde (here) there were a maximum of 700 ultra-right fascists on the March. That is those to the right of the Front National in such groups as the Nouvelle droite populaire (dissidents from the FN); le Renouveau français (traditionalists), the néo-Gud (the name is from hard-line student fascist group of many years standing) and the Nationalistes autonomes (anti-globalising far-right).
These by no means exhaust the range of the French ultra-right.
The attempt to use leftist-sounding rhetoric and imagery (against the capitalist market, backing strikes and protests) is blatant.