A brief history of Nazism in Australia – Politics – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

An shrine to Adolf Hitler with a nazi flag on one side and an Australian flag on the other

Radicalisation camps, fight clubs, hate campaigns and covert plans to infiltrate major political parties — this is the landscape for the far right in Australia today.

Some groups, like the Antipodean Resistance, don’t shy away from the Nazi label, with swastikas, Sieg Heil salutes and posters calling for the extermination of Australia’s Jews.

Others — including the Australia First Party, the United Patriots Front, the New Guard — don’t outwardly identify with Nazism but have doctrines littered with fascist ideas.

via A brief history of Nazism in Australia – Politics – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

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