Reasoning from the fact that our nations have a common origin, common roots of languages and cultures, as well as a common will to preserve their identitites;
taking into consideration that all of our nations face a mortal danger today; taking into consideration that they risk not only to lose their identities, but also to vanish from the face of the earth;
establishing the fact that the governments of our countries and existing international organizations, NATO included, do not assure the existence of European nations, intensify the danger and do not to make efforts to bring together Russia and the European Union (which is, to our mind, of vital importance today),
we, the participants of the above-named conference, have taken the decisions:
1. to create an alternative international council aimed at fighting for the survival of the White nations and preserving their identities. We do mean a council, not a board of directors of any kind that issues orders and commands;
2. to establish constant and continuous interchange of information;
3. to publish regular declarations on the most important issues and to take measures for protecting the rights of fighters for the life and identity of their nations, who have become or will become victims of repressions;
4. to form a council of all Indo-European nations that have their own states as well as of the nations or peoples that do not have their own states (Bretons, Flemings, Basques, etc.) with equal participation;
5. to elect a committee of representatives aimed at working out corresponding and coordinated documents. The council will have a network structure without a constant centre. Provisions for the replacement of a member of the committee of representatives with a substitute are also to be made.
6. To choose the Internet as the basic vehicle of communication. Provisions for changing e-mail addresses opportunely are to be made.
We call upon all representatives of countries and nations that did not take part in our conference to join our organization on the same terms and conditions.
We see future prospects for expanding our organizations on all the continents inhabited by white people and creating the Indo-European Nations (IEN) organization on par with the United Nations (UN).
The Declaration has been signed by:
Anatoly Ivanov (Russia)
Vladimir Avdeyev (Russia)
Pavel Tulaev (Russia), "Athenaeum"
Galyna Lozko (Ukraine), "Svarog"
Pierre Vial (France), "Terre et Peuple"
Guillaume Faye (France)
Jan-Ber Tillenon (Breizh)
Pierre Krebs (Germany), "Thule-Seminar"
Constantin von Hoffmeister (Germany)
Enrique Ravello (Spain), "Tierra y Pueblo"
Eleftherios Ballas (Greece), "ARMA"
The Text was prepared and discussed by the Organizing Committee in Moscow, 2006 ©
Translated by Max Kalt, 2006 ©