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Neo Nazis Of Europe Essay

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NEO-NAZIS OF EUROPE

        Nazis and fascists are ultra-nationalists who are hostile to democracy, to the rule of law and to fundamental human rights. They promote ideas of hatred against those whose skin color, culture, religion, appearance, sexuality, and way of life or thinking is different. The entire Nazi/fascist movement in Europe shares a common ideology of xenophobic, racist, and antisemitic hatred based on bogus 'race science'. The Nazis see it as an epic mystical struggle between the white 'Aryan' race and the Jews who it is said stand behind a massive world conspiracy. For the Nazis, the Jews are the source of all known evil. Communism and capitalism are Jewish, as is immigration which they believe to be a sinister plot engineered by the 'Zionist Occupation Government' to weaken the white race.

        Fascists believe that heirachy is the natural order and that any ideas of equality are dangerous. They are fiercely anti-communist and anti-socialist and do not believe in the right to vote for all people, the right of working people to organize, or equal rights for women. Under their rule, trade unions and other independent democratic organizations would be smashed and parliamentary institutions abolished. Nazis proclaim the need for an authoritarian state, preferably led by a Hitler-type fuhrer. They admire individual heroism, strong leadership, sacrifice, discipline and courage. These things are considered 'manly qualities'.

        Historical Revisionism denies Nazi genocide in WWII. It states that 6 million Jews were not murdered and that Nazi gas chambers never existed. There is so much proof to state otherwise that the idea that this holocaust never happened is a fallacy. Nazi youth culture is promoted via the international Nazi skinhead music scene. The main organization is the British Nazi Blood and Honor which markets discs, CDS, T-shirts, badges, posters and other material on a worldwide scale. Bands like Skrewdriver, Dirlewanger, No remorse, Skullhead, Storkraft, and Ultima promote poisonous racist, Nazi, or ultra-Nazi propaganda lyrics.

        The Nazis are organized in at least four international networks: the NSADAP-AO, the Euro-Ring, the New European Order(NEO) and the World Union of National Socialists(WUNS). The most important are the NEO- organized from Spain by CEDADE and the US-based NSDAP-AO, run by Gary Lauck. The structures of NEO and NSDAP-AO overlap and both networks contain many of the same personnel. Members of these various networks were all present together at the illegal demonstration by more than 500 Nazis held in Fulda, Germany in August 1993 to commemorate the death of Rudolf Hess. Represented were German, Swedish, Austrian, Dutch, British, French and Danish Nazis. The event was organized by the NSDAP-AO but Euro-Ring members also took part. Other top-level Nazi meetings take place in August each year at the Nazi fest in Dimuide, Belgium and in Madrid on...

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