The National Movement (RN) is a far-right nationalist political party in Poland, founded on 11 November 2012 as an alliance of right-wing parties. The party sought to abolish social security, reduce the income tax on businesses, limit public finances, re-equip the Polish Army, introduce a watchtower in every borough in Poland, create a universal territorial defense unit, widen the access to weapons, terminate energy-climate agreements, promote Polish history in the world, combat the ideology of gender, and push for energy independence. The party has strong connections to the Catholic Church, opposing gay rights and supporting social conservatism. The party also sought to reinforce its ties to the fascist Jobbik party in Hungary.