Security bosses in Berlin revealed more than 600 Far Right extremists served with arrest warrants have completely fallen off the radar.
Now there are fears the mob is forming “terrorist structures” in a plot to wage war on migrants and asylum seekers.
Hundreds turned up to demonstrate for and against the right-wing LEGIDA group, the local group of PEGIDA, the Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of Europe.
Pro-refugee demonstrators assembled in numbers in the eastern city of Leipzig to combat the anti-Muslim group’s march.
Heavy police presence was arranged to try to prevent violent clashes between the two groups.
In the footage, protesters can be heard chanting while some raise flags in the air before smoke begins to fill the streets.
A WHITE supremacist petition which was passed around a school and promoted “the supreme White race” but labelled black people as a “scourge” who “invented” stealing, rape and basketball, has been condemned by school officials.
Montana’s top elected officials in both parties have denounced plans for a white-nationalist march in Whitefish, the town that’s become home to alt-right movement writer and activist Richard Spencer. It’s the latest escalation in a controversy that started when Spencer’s mother, who recently opened a business in Whitefish, began getting pressure to denounce her son’s beliefs or sell her property.
Oude Pekela, in the Netherlands, has been the scene of heated demonstrations as locals struggle to adjust to the number of Syrian migrants being housed there.
As cities were overwhelmed with the number claiming asylum, the Dutch government was forced to house applicants far away from built-up areas.
Shelters were hastily set up in suburbs where their presence caused friction among residents, fearful immigration was impacting their small community.
Oude Pekela resident, Heye Meyer, said: “Our community is too small for this number of people.”
Fliers linked to a white supremacist group were found this week on the campus of the University of Maryland in College Park, authorities said, part of what appears to be a new effort targeting colleges in several states.
The fliers featured the logo of American Vanguard, a group associated with white supremacy. One read “We have a right to exist” and another read “Defending your people is a social duty not an anti-social crime.”
A neo-Nazi group is actively mobilizing in Sweden, an anti-racism watchdog report says. The group recently drew hundreds to a mass demonstration in Stockholm, hailing the results of the US election as the beginning of a world revolution.
A new study conducted by anti-racism group Expo revealed that 32 percent of activists in the Nordic Resistance Movement (NMR) had no previously known links to neo-Nazi activity.
The demonstrators, guided by police, marched through the city to the Hietaniemi cemetery.
Once there, they lit candles in honor of soldiers who have died fighting for Finland.
Reports state about 3,000 people took part in the procession.
Stickers claiming people are “entering a Nazi controlled zone” have been put up across part of Liverpool.
The stickers were placed on lampposts, doors and and pelican crossings around Aigburth on the day many in the city were attending Remembrance Sunday services.
Mossley Hill councillor Patrick Hurley described the stickers as “absolutely disgusting”.
Cllr Hurley said he would be reporting them to the authorities. Merseyside Police have confirmed to The ECHO they are aware of the stickers and are investigating them.