Hope Not Hate
A far right activist linked to a banned neo-Nazi terror group gave a speech at a secretive event last weekend in Stirling organised by the white nationalist group, Patriotic Alternative Scotland.
A leading figure of a Scots far-right group used a private chat group to recruit neo-Nazis who posed with weapons, shared a bomb-making manual, quoted a mass murderer, and said members should kill “for the greater good”, The Ferret can reveal.
Anti-racism groups have warned that a far right group which allegedly distributed leaflets in Glasgow’s south side includes “neo-Nazis” trying to “stir up hatred” of migrants.
The Home Office has been condemned for creating “a parallel world” of unsuitable asylum accommodation in hotels across Scotland where, critics claimed, asylum seekers have been left without adequate support or the oversight of Scottish authorities.
Two women formerly involved Patriotic Alternative – a far right group whose most active chapter is in Scotland – have described how they suffered depression and suicidal thoughts after misogynistic abuse and threats by its supporters.
A convicted British neo-Nazi – described as the “master propagandist” of a banned terror organisation – had links to far right activists in Scotland.
Environmental and anti-racism groups have warned far-right activists are trying to exploit people’s concern over the environment as a recruiting tool
A far right group recruiting in Scotland with links to neo-Nazis has applied to register officially as a political party.
Neo-nazis are increasingly use platforms such as Instagram and Telegram to recruit young people and one of Britain’s longest-standing white supremacist groups is active in Scotland, says a new report.