German neo-Nazi funeral attended by 800 people

Thomas Haller Haller was a co-founder of the “HooNaRa” (Hooligans-Nazis-Racists) group that was disbanded in 2007.

Around 800 people attended a funeral for Thomas Haller, a neo-Nazi extremist, in the East-German city of Chemnitz.

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Black man leads neo-Nazi group, vows to end it

One of the nation’s largest neo-Nazi groups appears to have an unlikely new leader: a black activist who has vowed to dismantle it. (March 1)

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Neo-Nazi guilty of murder over Charlottesville rampage

An American neo-Nazi was found guilty of murder on Friday for killing a woman when ramming his car into counter-protesters at a 2017 white supremacist rally that made Charlottesville a byword for racial violence under President Donald Trump.

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How A Potential Mass Shooter Led Vermont To Redefine “Domestic Terrorism” (HBO)

In the wake of the Parkland school massacre, several states are scrambling to find ways to address the problem of senseless mass shootings. Among them, Vermont has taken the most far-reaching and unusual approach: Moving to legally define such shootings (or attempted shootings) as domestic terrorism — regardless of whether they are ideologically motivated.

Vermont’s domestic terrorism bill came after the arrest of Jack Sawyer, an 18-year-old who kept a journal detailing his plans to shoot up his old high school. Sawyer’s actions were not enough to meet Vermont’s unusually high bar for proving attempt, and prosecutors were forced to drop the most serious charges against him (Sawyer pleaded not guilty to the rest.)

The prospect of Sawyer’s release terrified administrators at Fair Haven Union High School, who installed more than $100,000 in new security measures. And it spurred State Sen. Dick Sears, a Democrat, to introduce the bill defining all mass violence — or attempted mass violence — as terrorism.

“When students tell me that they feel like they’re sitting ducks in their classroom, that’s a form of terror,” Sears told VICE News. “It doesn’t necessarily have to be because of some political bent.”

But there are experts in counterterrorism and civil liberties who believe such an approach will create more problems than it solves. Sears’s bill isn’t limited to school shootings — it applies to anyone who targets multiple people with violence.

That gives law enforcement huge discretion to decide who they use the law against, warned Michael German, a research fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU and a former FBI agent who focused on domestic terrorism, particularly neo-Nazi and other armed far-right groups.

German warned that giving the authorities such broad power to call people terrorists — and to prosecute them as such — opens the door for them to use the statute excessively against people they’re already predisposed to suspect, beginning with Muslim Americans and other minorities.

“The last thing you would want to do is take one horrible case and pass a broad law that creates more horrible problems in the future,” German said.

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Neo-Nazis Let A Journalist In Their Group — Here’s What He Saw

Journalist Vegas Tenold, who embedded himself into different Neo-Nazi groups, explains some key points in the alt-right movement, including their participation in online forums and social media such as 4chan and Twitter. Tenold claims the alt-right movement is smaller than we think and that most of this movement’s action lives online. Following is a transcript of the video.

[Crowd] Replace us. You will not replace us. You will not replace us.

Vegas Tenold: My first encounter was with the National Socialist Movement, which is the largest Neo-Nazi group in America.

This journalist embedded himself with White Nationalist groups in America.

Vegas Tenold: After that, I started traveling with some various Klan groups, and then I met Matthew Heimbach, who became the main character of my book.

Matthew Heimbach leads the political party Traditionalist Worker Party.

Matthew Heimbach: Our movement is about securing the existence of our people, and a future for white children. All of us are engaged in this struggle. And much like a military, there is positions for everyone.

Vegas Tenold: Many other people, they come from poor, rural, and predominantly white parts of America, Appalachia. And they look around and they see that their neighbors and their friends are suffering under opioid addiction, that they have no jobs, and no prospects. And they kind of extrapolate from that then that must be what it’s like for white people all over. They don’t have the ability to kind of lift their gaze a little bit, because if they did, I think they’d see that white people on the whole, especially white men, who this movement is mostly consisting of, have it pretty good.

The gatherings are a lot smaller, and you know, that’s the inherent problem in the far right, sort of alt-right. It’s a movement, which in large part, exists online with anonymous Twitter avatars.

“Honestly, sometimes I can’t believe how dumb our movement can be..We have to get serious about things if we want to move forward. This anonymous, online b——- can’t go on.” – Matthew Heimbach, leader of Traditionalist Workers Party

Vegas Tenold: With the Internet, with social media, it becomes that much easier to have your opinions reinforced. And once you try to translate that into real world action, it becomes difficult. I was at Charlottesville where they were, I would say around 400 people, which is by far the largest gathering I’d ever been to. And I’d been to dozens of these things.

Yes, there has been a mobilizing effect, and I think people are emboldened but even so, they’re still struggling on how to translate this into an actionable, physical movement. The current crop of politicians aren’t doing any favors. I think they’re feeding into this as well. So it becomes this pretty toxic place where it’s easy for this kind of rhetoric to grow even more. 

Donald Trump: You know there’s another side. There was a group on this side, you can call them the left, you’ve just called them the left, that came violently attacking the other group.

Vegas Tenold: You know there was a rally in Boston after Charlottesville, where I think five or six Nationalists came out, and a few thousand counter-protestors came out.

Counter protesters at the Boston Free Speech Rally. 

Vegas Tenold: There are rays of light in this thing. Just recently, a guy, a former Hammerskin, which is the most extreme part of the Skinhead movement, texted me and said he left the movement. And that he might want to help others leave, too. So as awful and abhorrent as their ideology and politics is, some of them can change. Some of them can turn and come back to us.

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This Guy Is Trying To Hunt Down One Of The Most Notorious Neo-Nazis (HBO)

Jeff Cremeans is a process server — also known as the guy who hands defendants a thick stack of court documents and says, “you’ve been served.” In his 25 years in the business, he’s been screamed at, threatened, had a chair thrown at him — he’s even driven a boat to an elusive defendant’s lakehouse to serve him. But he’s never seen someone work as hard as Andrew Anglin, the world’s most notorious neo-Nazi troll, to duck being served.

Cremeans has been searching for Anglin in his hometown of Columbus, Ohio, since April 2017. He’s been spotted by locals, but never served.

Anglin is being sued for launching a “troll storm” at a Jewish woman in Montana named Tanya Gersh. Gersh was involved in a dispute with white nationalist Richard Spencer’s mother, and Anglin encouraged his readers at the Daily Stormer to contact Gersh.

Gersh told VICE News what happened next: hundreds of harassing messages, some targeting her 12-year-old son. Anglin’s lawyer, Marc Randazza, argued to VICE News that Anglin was simply exercising his First Amendment right to free speech. But rather than make that argument in court, for now, Anglin’s in hiding, avoiding being served.

So when Cremeans got a tip that Randazza — who’s based in Las Vegas — had flown into Columbus, he followed him, hoping Randazza would draw out his client.

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Current political climate in U.S. gives white supremacists carte blanche – fmr neo-Nazi leader

White supremacist movements are back in the headlines in the US. The left is ringing the alarms over the alleged rise of neo-Nazis in America. And our special guest today knows all about the White Supremacist movement – he was part of it. Arno Michaelis founded a hate group that grew into one of the biggest skinhead crews in the US, before renouncing the movement and its message of hate, which he now works against. But how do you contain the appeal of right-wing extreme? We ask the former skinhead and neo-Nazi leader.

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Neo-Nazi march in Sweden turns violent: activists clash with police

Up to 30 people were arrested during a march by neo-Nazi group the Nordic Resistance Movement (NRM) in Gothenburg, Sweden, after the demonstration turned violent. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8om6

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Neo-Nazis & anti-fascist activists clash with police during far-right march in Sweden

Up to 30 people were arrested during a march by neo-Nazi group the Nordic Resistance Movement (NRM) in Gothenburg, Sweden, after the demonstration turned violent.

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Five serving members of UK army arrested under terrorism act

The British army has confirmed the arrests of 5 soldiers who were allegedly members of a Neo-Nazi group. 4 were arrested in the UK and 1 in Cyprus. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8m7m

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Charlottesville: Race and Terror – VICE News Tonight (HBO)

On Saturday hundreds of white nationalists, alt-righters, and neo-Nazis traveled to Charlottesville, Virginia to participate in the “Unite the Right” rally. By Saturday evening three people were dead – one protester, and two police officers – and many more injured. 

“VICE News Tonight” correspondent Elle Reeve went behind the scenes with white nationalist leaders, including Christopher Cantwell, Robert Ray, David Duke, and Matthew Heimbach — as well as counter-protesters. VICE News Tonight also spoke with residents of Charlottesville, members of the Black Lives Matter movement, and the Charlottesville Police.

From the neo-Nazi protests at Emancipation Park to Cantwell’s hideaway outside of Virginia, “VICE News Tonight” provides viewers with exclusive, up close and personal access inside the unrest.

This episode of VICE News Tonight aired August 14, 2017 on HBO.

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Kenya Elections & Japan’s Nuclear Bunkers: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

August 7, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

Before Kenyans headed to the polls, VICE News met people on the ground concerned about the prospect of election violence. Plus, we examine how Japan is preparing for North Korean threats.

Nissan workers rejected a bid to unionize in MI, a historically anti-union state, after the U.A.W’s decade-long effort to organize Nissan workers in the fight for equal treatment of African-American workers.

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Meet The Lawyer Defending Neo-Nazi Trolls (HBO)

VICE talks to Marc Randazza, a lawyer defending a neo-Nazi website publisher sued for starting an anti-Semitic trolling campaign. The case could draw a new line between free speech and illegal harassment.

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Nevada’s Pot Problem & Defending Alt-Right Trolls: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

July 27,2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

VICE News meets Marc Randazza, a lawyer defending a neo-Nazi website publisher sued for starting an anti-Semitic trolling campaign. The case could draw a new line between free speech and illegal harassment.

Big alcohol is fighting to keep its grip on legal pot in Nevada and SNL duo Kyle Mooney and Dave McCary explain the making of “Brigsby Bear.”

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‘Rock against Foreign Domination’: 1000s gather for neo-Nazi festival in Germany

The tiny German town of Themar saw 6,000 people flock to what is said to be the country’s largest neo-Nazi rock festival: “Rock against Foreign Domination.” The far-right concertgoers vastly outnumbered the town’s population of 3,000 people.

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