Southwest-Based Neo-Nazi Group Outlines Replacement Of U.S. Government With Germanic Ethno-State, Hangs Posters Throughout U.S., Canada Including On College Campuses; Leader Glorifies Hitler

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February 19, 2021

A Southwest-based neo-Nazi organization is now active offline throughout the United States and Canada while also running a website and a social media account. The founder explained that his new organization was inspired by another European neo-Nazi organization.

The group's ideology connects to a late 19th century German ethno-nationalist movement that focuses on Germanic racial superiority and the idea of a Germanic national rebirth. The group combines these ideals with activist practices, including hanging posters and banner drops, to push its agenda. The organization has promoted its antisemitic and neo-Nazi ideology in cities across the United States and several Canadian provinces.

The group's leader explains that he does not believe in masking the group's ideology with the use of patriotic and nationalist iconography to gain members as the organization only wants to recruit national socialists who are comfortable being open about their worldview.

The group has been active in various cities within the Southwest, Midwest, and the Southern regions of the U.S. including on university campuses in the Southern and Southwestern regions.

In Canada, the group has hung posters throughout cities within the Eastern provinces of Canada including on some college campuses. The group's leader explains that he was in connection with Canadian supporters before the formal establishment of the organization.

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The Group's Posters

This group posts white supremacist and neo-Nazi posters throughout the U.S. and Canada. One of the first posts on the group's Telegram channel shows the group's swastika emblem.

Another poster shows an outline of the United States and Canada with a swastika emblem covering the land.

Another poster that has been placed mainly around the U.S. Southwest shows a family on the run circled and crossed through with the words: "Resist Invasion, End Immigration."

Another shows a graphic of a man holding a large tool with the group's emblem on it with the words: "SMASH WHITE GUILT."

One poster features the words "Love Not Hate" with a swastika replacing the "O" in "Love" and a star of David replacing the "A" in "Hate."

One poster shows a figure with the group's swastika emblem on its abdomen breaking free of chains that are held together by a star of David and the words: "BREAK DEBT SLAVERY."

A specifically Canadian poster was made that shows three Canadian maple leaves and the group's emblem with the words: "CANADA AWAKE."

Other posters show an image of Hitler with the text "Hitler Was Right" or "Hitler Is Right."

On Telegram, the group posted images of a banner drop in the U.S. Southwest.

The group posted on Telegram images of posters in a Canadian city.

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