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Forum Post: Get Neo Nazi/ Fascist Party Banned in USA, Germany Did!!

Posted 12 years ago on Dec. 29, 2011, 5:58 p.m. EST by Least1We1Forget (6)
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Germany, the birth place of Nazism, recently banned the Nazi/Neo Nazi Party!!!

States with the most active and largest number of neo Nazi/ fascist groups in America,

States included are ones with over 20 groups,

New York (31), Pennsylvania (36), Ohio (32), Michigan (35), Indiana (24), Illinois (29), Missouri (26), Tennessee (35), Virginia (29), North Carolina (28), South Carolina (30), Georgia (39), Florida (49), Alabama (33), Mississippi (40), Arkansas (29), Louisiana (25), Oklahoma (23), Texas (59), Arizona (22),and California (68)

There are an estimated 1,002 active Neo Nazi/ Fascist groups in America. And it is only getting worse, especially with republicans grandiose visions of American world domination (meanwhile back in America 99 percent of Americans are living in poverty.) Albeit, the American Republican grandiose Neo Nazi/Fascist vision is liberal (they haven’t started killing the weaker people yet), it is still Neo Nazi in rhetoric. It’s beginning to look a lot like the beginning of Nazi Germany.

These national socialist, neo Nazi/ fascists are exploiting the difficult economic times by promoting their national socialist propaganda.

Recently in the news, Germany took legal action against their neo Nazi or Nazi party, Germany banned that party, the birth place of Nazism!!! How come America cannot take the same legal action!!?? Shame on you America!!!

Spread the word. I and thousands of Americans want to organize a “Bann the Nazi Party in America Too” demonstration in these those states, so do countless(probably millions) other Americans who are victims of Neo Nazi/ Fascist groups violent crimes. Please help organize in your city and state. Help get them banned. Join thousands of Americans to help put them out of business. The weak united become strong. Help liberate the American people from neo Nazi/ fascism.



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[-] 1 points by Windsofchange (1044) 12 years ago

On top of my list in seeing this neo-nazi/fascism ended is to see NDAA never gets signed by the President, and if it does a demand (mass protests and marches in D.C. ) for not only the repeal of NDAA, but The Patriot ACT that violates our first and fourth amendments of our Bill of Rights.

Looking forward to the Bann the Nazi Party movement. It is so sad that it has come to this. I keep asking more and more lately; "Pinch me, am I still living in America? It is just unbelievable what is going on. Things must change--and fast!!!!


[-] 1 points by Samcitt (136) 12 years ago

Watch the Nazis if the economy becomes very bad. People will do anything to alleviate their suffering, even side with fascist barbarians. Back in post-hyperinflation Germany admiring the fascists was the hip and fashionable thing to do. They didn't care what the Nazis did because when you need the pain to stop, often you stop caring whether the ends justify the means.

[-] 0 points by capella (199) 12 years ago

That's the scenario that 0bama & co have set up.

[-] 1 points by Least1We1Forget (6) 12 years ago

Does any one here care?


[-] 1 points by Least1We1Forget (6) 12 years ago

What is America doing to protect itself from Nazism, the real threat?

[-] 1 points by Least1We1Forget (6) 12 years ago

Infiltrating the Far-Right

German Intelligence Has 130 Informants in Extremist Party http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/0,1518,803136,00.html

[-] 1 points by Least1We1Forget (6) 12 years ago

They are in jail for a reason: http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,,15406489,00.html

"The largest neo-Nazi group in Germany has been banned with immediate effect. The interior ministry described the association, which supports and motivates prison inmates with far-right views, as a threat to society."

Germany's Interior Ministry announced on Wednesday that the country's largest Neo-Nazi group had been banned with immediate effect.

The Help Organization for National Political Prisoners and Their Dependents (HNG), which has some 600 members, offers assistance to prison inmates with far-right views.

As part of a drive led by German Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich to curb the influence of extremist groups, German authorities ruled that the association was a threat to society and worked against the constitution.

"It is no longer tolerable for right-wing extremists in prison to be supported by the HNG in their aggressive stance against our free, democratic system," Friedrich said in a statement.

"By rejecting the democratic constitutional state and glorifying National Socialism, the HNG tried to keep right wing radical criminals in their own milieu," the Interior Ministry added.

Crackdown on extremism

The group, founded in 1979, carries the slogan "A front inside and outside." The ministry has claimed it sought to reinforce prisoners' right-wing views and motivate them in their struggle against the system.

Supporters of the National Democratic Party at a rally in BremenAttempts to ban the National Democratic Party have all failedThe ban follows a series of raids in western German states including Bavaria and North Rhine-Westphalia in which police seized material from leading HNG members.

Several right-wing groups have been outlawed in Germany in the last few years as part of a government crackdown on extremism, but critics fear that not enough has been done.

"It is a sensible, if overdue, step to ban a criminal organization like the HNG," Anetta Kahane, head of the Amadeu Antonio Foundation, which supports projects to boost civil society, told Reuters.

"But we need to do more to educate people so that they can resist right-wing ideas. For example, judges and the police need to be educated to deal with extremists."

"The problem of neo-Nazis has not gone away," she added.

According to Germany's intelligence services, extremist groups are using the financial crisis in the eurozone as prove that the capitalist system has failed.

Just two weeks ago, the far-right National Democratic Party (NPD) regained seats in the state assembly of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.

Their election success prompted Germany's main opposition party, the Social Democrats, to renew calls for the party to be banned. But previous attempts to outlaw the NPD, which is also represented in Saxony, have failed.

[-] 1 points by Least1We1Forget (6) 12 years ago

Thousands, or Hundreds of thousands and maybe millions of Americans are going to rally, march, and demonstrate to put them out of business. The whole world is watching America.

[-] 1 points by ubercaput (175) from New York City, NY 12 years ago

The National Socialist Party was banned by the US-occupation in Germany and their members sent to concentration camps. The Reichspartei was banned in the 1950ths.

There are no actual neonazi groups in modern Germany.