American Organization Is Creating Homeschool Program For White Children, Launched An Online Social Network, Established A Neo-Nazi Youth Movement Inspired by Hitler Youth, Active In NY, NJ, PA, WI

March 6, 2023

A recently founded U.S.-based white supremacist organization is establishing a homeschool program for white children. In addition, the organization operates a social network on which the organization's members – as well as members of other white supremacist organizations – can interact.

Moreover, the organization is linked to a neo-Nazi group that is active in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, which cooperates with other white supremacist movements. This organization has recruitment plans for children in their early teens, including topics of National Socialism and firearms safety.

The following report will examine the structure of the organization, as well as the content available on its social network, and the activity of its affiliated groups.

The Organization

In 2022, a white supremacist U.S.-based organization was founded. The organization is a white supremacist umbrella organization, that, since it is still in the initial stages of its establishment, consists of a plan to create a home-schooling program for white children, an online social network, an online radio platform, and a neo-Nazi youth organization.

The homepage of the organization's website, promoting the homeschool program

Social Network

The organization's social network, which is still in its early stage of its operation, serves as a platform that provides discussion groups for white supremacist and neo-Nazi individuals and organizations.

Examples of groups on the social network, one of which is a prominent American neo-Nazi organization

Affiliated Organization

The organization is also directly linked to a neo-Nazi group that actively cooperates with other white supremacist groups in the U.S., namely in the tri-state area of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, as well as in Wisconsin. The apparent founder of the organization published on social media the recruitment requirements for joining the group, specifically designed for young teens.

The neo-Nazi movement's emblem and cover photo on social media

Screenshots from a video of showing street activity of members of the organization alongside members of other white supremacist organizations


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