César Biondini, Alejandro Carlos Biondini, Federal Patriot Front (FPP) #racist #wingnut #conspiracy #homophobia #fundie memri.org
César Biondini[…]is an Argentinian nationalist leader and lawyer. The son of neo-Nazi[…]Alejandro Carlos Biondini, he was the attorney of his father's political party and is now its presidential candidate[…]
He carried out the process of legalizing the party[…]Gave an interview[…]in which he stated[…]"We are nationalists. But it is classic that the system puts a label on you. It happened to (Jean-Marie) Le Pen[…]"
Local Electoral Board approved the extreme-right ultranationalist, and neo-Nazi ideology party, he FPP[…]
In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Alejandro Biondini filed petitions to legalize the swastika, the celebration of the birth of Adolf Hitler, the name of the Nationalist Socialist Workers Party[…]His proposal[…]included to dismantle the "homosexual and drug addict network"[…]
When the interviewer asked: "Why do you salute with your arm raised?" He answered: "It is the Roman salute, it is used by the members of seven Falangist parties legalized in Spain[…]Raised arm is the historic salute of nationalism"[…]
Biondini and his collaborators claimed the Protocols of the Elders of Zion is a prophetic book that would reveal "who the true enemies of humanity are"[…]
For the director of National Alert, "Capitalism and communism are international like the Jew[…]stateless like the Jew, enemies of Christ like the Jew"[…]
Biondini's magazine accused Israel of wanting to "squeeze" Argentina through the international financial system, while coveting strips of Patagonia to establish a second Zionist state[…]
When the dictatorship ended[…]National Alert linked the government that took office that year with "subversion" and "Judeo-Zionist" interests[…]
"In the proposals that at the time they presented to the Justice they exhibit their racism. For example, in the prohibition of abortion for those cases in which the unborn baby was white[…]Interruption of the pregnancy is allowed in the case of the son or daughter of a Bolivian, a Paraguayan, or a Jewish woman"