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“But Viktor Orban, its premier, has put his Fidesz party at the head of an ultra-nationalist campaign to rewrite not only Hungary's constitution but its history.”
“There policies were nearly identical: one supreme white race, one man in charge of everything, ultra-nationalist, no room for democracy or dissent from the citizenry.”
“On Sunday night police fought running battles with young members of the ultra-nationalist Serbian Radical Party in Belgrade.”
“Witnesses say police aggressively detained the marchers, protesters and members of the ultra-nationalist group before leading them off to waiting vans.”
“Supporters of the ultra-nationalist Serbian radical party and other far-right organizations were bused in from across the region for demonstrations set to begin Sunday evening in the Serbian capital.”
“In the summer of 1991, running on a platform of radical economic measures against four Communists and a demagogic ultra-nationalist, Yeltsin won with 57 percent of the vote.”
“Several of the email addresses to which Breivik sent his 1,516-page manifesto hours before the Oslo bombing matched Facebook profiles of people flaunting neo-Nazi or ultra-nationalist symbols.”
“In 1980, he was the victim of an assassination attempt, by Mehmet Ali Agca, a Turkish ultra-nationalist.”
“Yes, those banned parties have just few places, but a couple of extra places to ultra-nationalist parties would put them that much closer to a seat in the next government. novakant Says:”
“One of the most well known and outspoken bloggers has been the poet, Woeser, who recently received the "Courage in Journalism" award, but whose computer was hacked last month by the ultra-nationalist China Honker Union, and all her writing deleted.”
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