Boer Delegation Visits Hungary

A “historic moment”—this is how the mayor of the town of Ásotthalom in Hungary, László Toroczkai, has described the first visit of an Afrikaner farmer delegation to his town which…

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The Final Call: Europe on the Brink

August 24, 2015, will be remembered as one of those dates when history was made. On that date, the German government officially announced that it would take in all “Syrian…

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What is the Meaning of the French Presidential Election?

France’s Front National candidate Marine le Pen won at least 40 percent of the white vote in yesterday’s second round presidential election, a remarkable achievement by itself, but not enough…

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Ghana’s “Right of Abode”: A Roadmap to Racial Peace

The African state of Ghana’s “right of abode” law—which grants residence and citizenship to any person of black racial descent—is one of the clearest roadmaps to achieving world racial peace.

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Western Europeans Start Migration East

Western Europeans have already started migrating toward the eastern part of the continent in response to the nonwhite invasion, the Visegrád Post has revealed. “Central Europe will soon become an…

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Important Announcement: Afrikaner Farmer Tour to Hungary

The planned tour of senior members of the Afrikaner farmers of the TAU-SA to Hungary has been postponed following a request by the central Hungarian government. The Hungarian government has…

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Afrikaner Farmer-Hungary Tour Update—and Non-Farmer Opportunities

Project Nova Europa is pleased to announce that the president of the TAU-SA (formerly known as the Transvaal Agricultural Union of South Africa), Louis Meintjies, and Assistant General Manager, Henk…

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Eastern Europe Comes into Focus

Eastern Europe is, as predicted in Nova Europa, rapidly coming to the fore as a bastion for the preservation of European civilization. For this, we can ironically thank western European…

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