Since 2016, there has been a string of at least far-right 73 crimes in the Berlin district of Neukölln, including 23 arson attacks. The two main suspects, local neo-Nazis, are still free.
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They sell crystal meth, run brothels, organise far-right rock concerts and are well networked internationally: Last Friday, almost 30 properties belonging to the far-right Brotherhood Turonen/Garde 20 (Brotherhood Thuringia) were raided, with ten arrests. Not, however, because of their political activities – but because of organised crime.
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The Junge Revolution (English: Young Revolution) from Germany and the Junge Tat (English: Young Action) from Switzerland are strikingly similar: their members are young, practice martial arts, go hiking and market themselves through video clips on social media. Photos show that neo-Nazis from the Junge Revolution visited in the Swiss mountains in the summer of 2020.
With the number of living first-hand witnesses of the Shoah diminishing, digital formats are becoming increasingly important as a resource for remembrance. However, that’s easier said than done – particularly on social media, as trends such as the so-called “Holocaust Challenge” on TikTok and people taking selfies in Auschwitz show.
The conspiracy world and alt-right disagree with the mainstream media’s coverage of the escalation in Washington – no surprise there. So what’s the perspective of the so-called “New Right” in Germany on the storming of the Capitol?
Trump supporters, numerous QAnon supporters, and well-known far-right YouTubers and activists stormed the Capitol in Washington, streaming from within and taking selfies with Capitol Hill police. And how did Germany’s conspiracy scene react? By seeing Q’s plan or “the Antifa” at work.
The Nordic Resistance Movement has an ambitious aim: to establish a pan-Scandinavian neo-Nazi state. The movement has chapters in Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark and Iceland, and is well-networked internationally. It is responsible for numerous attacks and murders in Scandinavia in recent years. But the movement is in crisis: In Sweden, the group has split in two and in Finland, the NMR was banned by the Supreme Court last year. However, the movement continues to pose a very real threat.
After the “Great Replacement” now comes “The Great Reset”: What is behind it, who is spreading the new conspiracy narrative, and what makes people think the super-rich want to introduce a global health dictatorship?