Bulgaria: Massive March in Honor of Pro-Nazi Figure

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 20, 2018

Everywhere in the world we look, the right-wing is on the rise.

It is a sea-change that we are witnessing. We are losing some battles, we are winning some battles, but underneath all of it, the ground is moving. The cosmic forces of the universe are pushing our way.


Hundreds of far-right extremists marched Saturday through the center of Sofia to honor General Hristo Lukov, a leader of the pro-Nazi Union of Bulgarian Legions in the 1930s and 1940s.

The march, which has raised concern in local media about the rise of the right wing in the Balkan state, went ahead despite international condemnation.

It included a torchlight procession by youths in dark clothing and the laying of wreaths at the former home of Lukov. The marchers were accompanied by a heavy police escort.

The Sofia municipality initially banned the event, but its decision was overturned in court. Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandukova repeatedly said the procession “has no place in our city”.

Bulgaria’s Foreign Ministry condemned the march in a statement issued Saturday night, calling it a “demonstration of xenophobia, discrimination and hatred.” The statement deemed anti-Semitic and Nazi ideology “absolutely unacceptable,” and stressed that the growing use of hate speech is an attempt to shake democratic values “values that we stand for as a people and as a community.”

Those values were always hollow and now it is known that they’re hollow.

Our values are made of iron and steel, forged in fire.

Our heroes are carved of stone.

Nothing can stop us now.

Everywhere you look, the left is rotting. They have zero energy. They are all panicking. In real life and on the internet, you see them and they look like they’re about to lose it. They are barely holding it together.

And the wind is at our back.

We shall sweep through like a storm.