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October 16, 2018 --There are no neo-Communists, neo-Marxists, neo-Stalinists, etc. The prefix 'neo' (new) is reserved exclusively for groups the far-left media wishes to demonize. Neo presumes there is a dangerous re-emerging of hate and terror. 

National Action, the group in question, is side-stepping a national ban by renaming, rebranding, and reorganizing. 

How odd that European nations can successfully ban the National Socialist Party in Germany and specific groups in Britain, but no nation seems to have their moral authority to ban Islam? 

In September, 2018 there were 771 people of color killed by hate groups. All the hate groups were Islamic. None were neo-[fill-in-the-blank]s.

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Members of the UK’s first ever banned neo-Nazi terrorist group are using a loophole in the law to continue operating despite being outlawed by the Government, it has emerged.

National Action is evading authorities by taking on new names – allegedly including Scottish Dawn and NS131 – in a technique used prolifically by Anjem Choudary’s Islamist network.

The group was proscribed as a terrorist organisation in December, making being a National Action member a criminal offence punishable by up to 10 years in prison, but a former detective said police are left powerless to arrest neo-Nazis acting under new names.




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