Jump to content

New Triumph Pairty

Frae Wikipedia, the free beuk o knawledge

Partido del Nuevo Triunfo (New Triumph Pairty) wis a minor far richt Neo-Nazi group in Argentinae banned on 17 Mairch 2009 bi rulin o the Argentine Supreme Court o Juistice[1].


[eedit | eedit soorce]

The pairty wis formed bi Alejandro Biondini in 1990 as the Partido Nacionalista de los Trabajadores (Naitionalist Pairty o the Wirkers), initially as a breakaway frae the Justicialist Party.[2] The pairty leader anticipatit economic crisis in the kintra which he felt woud set up the basis for a takeower bi revolutionary nationalism.[3] Biondini is a veteran o the internaitional neo-nazi scene, haein established a group cawed Alerta Nacional in 1984, which he describit as 'a smaw pairt o the great warldwide socialist movement'. This group haes attemptit tae big links atween the kintra's various extreme richt groups.[4]


[eedit | eedit soorce]

The pairty wis re-launched as the New Triumph Pairty in November 1997, identifyin itself as 'the poleetical, militant an electoral expression o Argentine naitional socialism'.[5] At a time when uise o the internet bi fringe poleetical groups wis leemitit but growin in popularity the New Triumph Pairty's online publication Libertad de Opinión broke new grund in Argentinae bi providin a regular forum for Argentine neo-Nazism an anti-Semitism.[5] Ricardo Brinzoni wis briefly associatit wi the group as his lawyer Juan Enrique Torres Bande wis a member.[6]

The party haes consistently attemptit tae gain legal recognition but haes been rejectit.[2] Nonetheless in the Argentine legislative election, 2005 twa members o the pairty, Biondini's wife an son, featurt as candidates for Acción Ciudadana, a group heidit bi Jorge Colotto, the general commissioner o the Policía Federal Argentina.[7]


[eedit | eedit soorce]

The pairty supports Neo-Nazism an seeks tae uise Argentinae as the new Nazi base. It haes been claimed that Biondini believes that Adolf Hitler haed identified Argentinae as the future o Nazism. He haes claimed that in the final days in the Führerbunker Hitler pointit tae Argentinae on a cairt an statit that 'frae thare the new leader will come'.[2]

The party haes an aa been vocal in its criticism o the major poleetical pairties an leaders, denouncin Fernando de la Rúa as a puppet o the Zionist Occupation Government.[2] As pairt o this rhetoric it an aa emphasises its grundin in Christianity.[8]


[eedit | eedit soorce]

The ideas o the pairty hae been summed up bi them in declaration o policies which states five aims for the Argentine fowk. These are leetit as:

  • The reaffirmation o the values o Argentinae, based on God an kintra wi a firm stance taken against aw who woud seek tae damage these values.
  • Dignity for the Argentine wirker, throu the establishment o a corporatist parliament.
  • Defence o naitional sovereignty at aw costs, wi a seestematic programme o reairmament in order tae recover the Fawkland Islands an Patagonie.
  • The establishment o a purely Argentine economic seestem which woud eliminate usury an unite classes unner corporatism.
  • A muckle stricter legal code, includin punishments for those it feels hae benefittit frae Argentinae's struggles.[9]


[eedit | eedit soorce]
  1. La Corte Suprema le negó la personería jurídica a un partido nazi. Clarín, 17 March 2009 Archived 2009-03-20 at the Wayback Machine ·
  2. a b c d 'Kalki y las camisas negras'
  3. D. Gatti, 'Cybernetic Neo-Nazis'
  4. "'"Neo" Nazismo en América Latina'". Archived frae the original on 19 Julie 2011. Retrieved 1 December 2010.
  5. a b "Argentina". Archived frae the original on 12 November 2007. Retrieved 1 December 2010.
  6. "'Nuevo Triunfo de Brinzoni'". Archived frae the original on 19 October 2009. Retrieved 25 October 2009.
  7. Carnota, Fernando (1995), El Palacio de la Corrupción, Buenos Aires: Editorial Sudamericana. ISBN 950-07-1047-1
  8. "Programme of Government". Archived frae the original on 1 December 2007. Retrieved 1 December 2010.
  9. "Proclama al Pueblo Argentino". Archived frae the original on 12 November 2007. Retrieved 1 December 2010.
[eedit | eedit soorce]