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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Exclusive: Disciples of the far-right terrorist network Atomwaffen Division are attempting again to gain a foothold in Europe. German members of the group, including a functionary of the far-right NPD party, have taken on leading roles and are recruiting minors for their fight, according to research by Belltower.News.
The far-right may often act locally, but it sees itself as part of an international antidemocratic fight – an alarming…
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.
A verdict has been reached in the trial against the 23-year-old Fabian D. from Cham at the Nuremberg-Fürth Regional Court. D. was accused of being a member of the far-right terrorist group Feuerkrieg Division and was charged with preparing a serious criminal offence that poses a threat to the state. He has been sentenced to two years in prison. Our report from the courtroom.
Fabian D., an alleged member of the right-wing terrorist group Feuerkrieg Division (FKD), is accused of preparing to commit serious crimes that would endanger the state. On November 26 and 27, 2020, the second and third trial dates took place at the Nuremberg-Fürth Regional Court. Our report from the courtroom.
On Thursday, November 19, 2020, the trial against Fabian D. began. The 23-year-old, from a small town in the Bavarian district of Cham, is on trial at the State Security Chamber of the Nuremberg-Fürth Regional Court. Authorities accuse the suspected member of the far-right terror group “Feuerkrieg Division” (FKD) of preparing to commit serious crimes that would endanger the state. Our report from the courtroom.
Islamists and right-wing extremists have two things in common: their perceived enemies and their ultimate goal – the disruption and destruction of a liberal democracy based on human rights. France was shaken by two attacks on October 29, 2020 – according to the current state of the investigation, one was carried out by an Islamist, one by a right-wing extremist.
With the US election fast approaching on November 3, fears surrounding heavily armed militia groups only continue to grow. An interview with Hampton Stall, an expert on militias and editor-in-chief at MilitiaWatch.
Far-right enthusiasts with an interest in terrorism are increasingly organising themselves in “divisions” online – from the “Atomwaffen Division” in the USA to the “Sonnenkrieg Division” in the UK. These international networks also have members in Germany: On February 5, 2020, a 22-year-old man was arrested in the Bavarian district of Cham and is alleged to have played a leading role in the German cell of the “Feuerkrieg Division”. But what is the “Feuerkrieg Division”?