NRBE Group: Condemned For Hateful And Racist Tags

Hateful inscriptions were discovered this Monday, March 27 at the level of the lime kiln road south of Narbonne. They bear the signature of a far-right group, NRBE Natio, which had reported in the Aude city during the 2022 presidential election with similar tags written by these nationalist activists on the front of the local section of the Communist Party.

Almost a year after being talked about for the first time in Narbonne, the far-right group NRBE Natio stood out this weekend by tagging xenophobic and hateful inscriptions at the level of the SNCF bridge on the chemin des fours lime south of the city.

For the record, in the middle of the presidential campaign, this same group, which had signed its writings, had four times tagged the storefront of the local section of the Narbonnais Communist Party. Two complaints were then filed at the Narbonne police station.

This Monday, March 27, 2023, new registrations were therefore reported by a local resident, particularly worried about the vocabulary used by this ultra-right group. We can thus read “Islam outside Europe”; “Islam outside”; “Death to the reds”, accompanied by Nazi symbols with a swastika, several SS inscriptions, and a Celtic cross. On the other side of the wall, it is the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron and the leader of rebellious France, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who are targeted with insults. As during the tags in front of the front of the PCF, the signature NRBE Natio, written with the same color of aerosol can, was affixed by the far-right group.

Warned of the racist content of the tags, the municipality of Narbonne proceeded the same day to erase these inscriptions.

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