The Eurodeputy for the Front National – Rassemblement Bleu Marine (RBM), –Aymeric Chauprade (wikipedia – in English), took part in strange meeting on Saturday the 31st of May in Vienna. (Austria)
The meeting was called under the title of the 200 years of the Holy Alliance, which brought together Imperial Russia, the Austrian Empire, and the Prussian kingdom.
The event was organised by the the Russian oligarch Konstantin Malofeev, who is linked to Ukrainian separatists in Donetsk in the Ukraine.
According to the Swiss newspaper Tages Anzeiger, this get-together was held to discuss how to save Europe from liberalism (economic and political) and the “homosexual lobby”.
Those present included Heinz-Christian Strache, leader of the far-right Austrian FPÖ (allies of Marine Le Pen), and Volen Siderov of the Bulgarian extreme-right party Ataka (with whom Le Pen refuses to work).
The most striking guest was Aleksandr Gelyevich Dugin Putin’s éminence grise and Eurasian ideologue. (1)
M. Chauprade has already worked with the most radical wing of the Pro- Putin forces.
During the Crimean referendum in Crimea he was an observer for a NGO linked to Eurasian ideas, the Eurasian Observatory for Democracy and Elections (EODE) (2).
This body is led by Luc Michel, European National Communitarian Party (ENCP) (3), a red-brown groupuscule that continues the work of the neo-fascist Jean Thiriart.
The EODE observers came from diverse quarters, from the Greek Communist Party (KKE) Die Linke, Forza italia (qui the Flemish far-right, Vlaams Belaang and Enrique Ravello of Plataforma per Catalunya. The latter had been a member of the Cedade, a grouping of Spanish neo-Nazis.
References from Wikipedia.
(1) Aleksandr Gelyevich Dugin (Russian: Алекса́ндр Ге́льевич Ду́гин, born 7 January 1962) is a Russian political scientist, traditionalist, and one of the most popular ideologists of the creation of a Eurasian empire that would be against the “North Atlantic interests”. He is known for his fascist views, and had close ties to the Kremlin and Russian military. Dugin serves as an adviser to State Duma speaker (and key member of the ruling United Russiaparty) Sergei Naryshkin.
(2) Eurasian Observatory for Democracy and Elections (EODE) is a Russia-based far-right non-governmental organization which on its website claims that it monitors elections. According to its website, it specializes in the “self-proclaimed republics” (Abkhazia, Transdnistria, Nagorno-Karabakh). It is led by the Belgian far-right activist Luc Michel. EODE’s other leader is Jean-Pierre Vandersmissen. Both Michel and Vandermissen are followers of the Belgian Neo-Nazi politician Jean-François Thiriart.
EODE visited Crimea during the 2014 Crimean referendum international observer team and claimed that the referendum was conducted in a legitimate manner.
The organization has offices in Moscow, Paris, Brussels, Sochi and Chișină
(3)The Parti communautaire national-européen (PCN) is a Belgium-based political organisation led by Luc Michel, a former member of the Neo-Nazi FANE party. A largely National Bolshevik movement, it also has activists in France.
The PCN was founded in 1984 as a successor to the similar Parti Communautaire Européen. The party bases its ideas on those of Jean-François Thiriart, who served as an advisor to Michel for a time after the foundation of the group, and seeks the creation of a single European state stretching entity from Russia to the Atlantic coast. Including activists with origins on both the far right and far left, it seeks to liberate Europe from its ‘Yankee and Zionist enemies’. Its founding membership included both those whose background was neo-fascism and former Maoists. It has also been noted for giving support to controversial world leaders, most notably Iraq‘s Saddam Hussein and Libya‘s Muammar al-Gaddafi. It also declared its support for ecologism. According to Eric Rossi PCN belongs to a strand of the Francophone far right that he identifies as “ethno-differentialist revolutionary nationalism”, in which he also includes Nouvelle Résistance, Groupe Union Défense, Troisième voie and Groupement de recherche et d’études pour la civilisation européenne. He contrasts this with the “exclusivist nationalists” (as represented by Œuvre française) and the “supremacist racialist nationalists” (Fédération d’action nationale et européenne and Parti nationaliste français et européen), although including all three groups within a wider model of neo-fascism.
The party has, from time to time, contested elections in Belgium and France (without securing elected office), although at the last Belgian elections they told their supporters to vote for the Vlaams Belang.
It is becoming clearer what Searchlight and Gerry Gable are talking about.