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Lexikon: Far-right extremism

English translations on right wing extremism.

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On 23 September 1991, an asylum seeker looks out a broken window at the residence for asylum applicants in Hoyerswerda in the German state of Saxony.

Hoyerswerda 30 Years Ago A City Primed for a Pogrom

Thirty years ago, racist riots broke out in Hoyerswerda, Saxony. From 17 to 23 September 1991, neo-Nazis and racists attacked residential buildings and the far-right scene subsequently celebrated the city as “foreigner-free”.

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Der III. Weg, in their own words: "Nationalist, revolutionary, socialist".

Der III. Weg The Wannabe Nazi Elite

For the first time, German far-right fringe party Der III. Weg (The IIIrd Path) will be on the ballot in…

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Newcastle, 2015: Members of National Action at a far-right "White Man March" showing the Hitler salute

Fascism in the UK From Satanic Paedophile Cults to Baking Competitions

After the banning of National Action and Atomwaffen Division, British neo-Nazis are still as active as ever: in the Satanic paedophile sect Order of the Nine Angles or the media-savvy Patriotic Alternative. A look at the far-right in post-Brexit Britain.

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Ballstädt in Thuringia: The "Yellow House" here is the network's HQ, but neighbours are taking a firm stance against the far-right, as seen here on a banner.

Turonen/Garde 20 Biker Nazis Raided After Crystal Meth Operation

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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Storming of the Capitol The German “New Right” Reacts

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?

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Storming of the Capitol How is Germany’s Conspiracy Scene Reacting?

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.

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