Thursday, November 12, 2015

Germany: Neo-Nazis plot to win over small villages through settlers

Via The Independent;
Neo-Nazis who refer to themselves as “Nationalist settlers” are reportedly occupying small villages that they believe will be susceptible to their influence in Eastern Germany.

As reported in The Times, members of the political movement are reportedly taking on jobs such as farming and midwifery in areas such as Lower Saxony in an attempt to spread their radical extremist ideology to residents and create pockets of extremism.

Residents have reported that newcomers, who initially seem community driven and charming, begin to win new converts to their cause rapidly.


"They regard their objectives [the spread of Nazi ideals] as if they have been chosen as missionaries. The ethnic settlement projects do not have short-term goals are seen more as long-term efforts to influence culture."

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