Greek and Hungarian patriots gathered in their hundreds in Athens and Budapest today as part of the official European-wide anti-invasion rallies in honor of French nationalist Dominique Venner.
Although the rallies in Greece and Hungary were not as a large as their sister rallies today in Rome and Madrid, the message was the same: Europe for the Europeans, and “no” to the nonwhite invasion.
In Budapest, several hundred members of the Alterantív Európa movement rallied in the city center, carrying banners reading “Defend V4 Europe” (a reference to the Visegrad nations which are refusing to go along with the Merkel invasion plans), and “Je Suis Dominique Venner” (I am Dominique Venner).
European Union flags with big red crosses through them were also prominently on display.
In Athens, hundreds of nationalists attended a simple Remembrance Ceremony in honor of Dominique Venner, conducted by the Golden Dawn party.
Speakers at the ceremony included the leader of Golden Dawn, Nikolaos Michaloliakos; Evangelos Karakostas (who spoke on Venner’s intellectual achievements), and Lazarus Theodorakakis, who read out an old message from his friend, Dominique Venner.
Other speakers included Katerina Michalarias, who spoke on the social and human side of Venner, and finally the editor of the newspaper Forward, Irini Dimopoulou-Pappas, spoke about the meaning and life of the French nationalist.
The event closed with the singing of the French National Anthem in honor of Venner, the Greek National Anthem, and the “Anthem of the Movement of Greek Nationalists.”
* Dominique Venner was a French historian and nationalist who in 2013 committed a protest suicide inside the cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris.
Venner, who was suffering from a fatal illness at the time, decided to commit suicide in the cathedral to highlight his opposition to the nonwhite invasion of Europe and the legalization of homosexual marriage.