A “boxing club identity” in Quebec?
The right-wing group Atalante, Quebec, who installed on Monday the banners of anti-immigration to Quebec, plans to open a fight club next month in the Old Capital.
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QUEBEC | The right-wing group Atalante, Quebec, who installed on Monday the banners of anti-immigration to Quebec, plans to open a fight club next month in the Old Capital.
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The organization says it wants to set up a fight club identity that would be called “Knuckle – boxing club identity”. Atalante, Quebec has confirmed the information to any media of quebec, but has given an interview to a digital media Serbian at the beginning of the month.
In an interview with Zentropa Serbia, the spokesman of eu navfor Atalanta Quebec, a man called Alexander, says that the group is a revolutionary. He also looks to have developed his ideology in response to the “brainwashing” that professors, “leftists” have imposed.
For more than a year, Atalanta Québec is of the banners of anti-immigration, distributes food to the homeless from quebec and organizes parades in the streets of Quebec.
A demonstration of the “anti-immigration” is scheduled this Sunday by the group The Pack, which launches an appeal for the mobilisation of groups sharing the same ideology.
It’s a safe bet that members of Atalante, Quebec will be present.
Several groups of counter-demonstrators, whose movement “Welcome to refugees”, have confirmed their presence in opposition to far-right groups.