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    Brazil Neo-Nazi Claim Challenges Myth of Nation's Racial Harmo

    Brazil Neo-Nazi Claim Challenges Myth of Nation’s Racial Harmony
    01/10/2017 – 14H26

    When Brazilian police investigator Paulo César Jardim launched a series of raids on the homes of alleged neo-Nazis in the southern state of Rio Grande do Sul, he unveiled a bizarre plot.

    The country’s simmering neo-Nazi movement, with its secret world of swastikas, hate propaganda and street violence, was being recruited by rightwing extremists in Ukraine to fight against pro-Russian rebels in the European country’s civil war.

    Ukraine’s Misanthropic Division, an extreme right group aligned with the Azov Battalion, an ultranationalist paramilitary group aligned with Kiev, was behind the recruitment drive, Mr Jardim, Brazil’s foremost neo-Nazi hunter, alleged.

    One person was detained along with 47 9mm pistol shells in the December raids. He was later released. Police were still investigating whether any Brazilians had already joined the fighting in Ukraine, he said, declining to elaborate further on the probe. A spokesman for the Azov Battalion – now incorporated into the National Guard – said no Brazilians had fought for it.


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  • Octafish (3772 posts)
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    1. Doesn't she work at SV?

    Misanthropic Division?

    Fascinating report, Judi Lynn! The thought the NAZIs or whatever group can remotely create and operate a group to incubate and inculcate lapdogs, toadies and minions is incredible. Yet, that is what these well-financed PNAC turds are doing.

    It isn’t just oil. They want the planet.

    “Get the truth and print it.” -- John S. Knight