Neo-Nazis rebrand themselves as environmentalists — ‘Main goal is to save nature’

The Guardian reports:

A Mongolian neo-Nazi group has rebranded itself as an environmentalist organisation fighting pollution by foreign-owned mines, seeking legitimacy as it sends swastika-wearing members to check mining permits.

Tsagaan Khass, or White Swastika, has only 100 or so members but it is one of several groups – others have names including Dayar Mongol (Whole Mongolia), Gal Undesten (Fire Nation) and Khukh Mongol (Blue Mongolia) – that are linking nationalism and resources as foreign firms seek to exploit the mineral wealth of the vast country, landlocked between Russia and China.

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5 thoughts on “Neo-Nazis rebrand themselves as environmentalists — ‘Main goal is to save nature’”

  1. One day they will have motorcycles and gas stations and liquor stores and hospitals and their lives will be a lot better for it

    Despite UN efforts to keep people enslaved to poverty and stupidly for eternity

  2. Given the history of the Mongols/Huns and efforts at world conquest from horseback, I would be FAR more intimidated if a motorcyle maker set up shop in Ulan Bator.

  3. This should surprise nobody. The unspoken agenda is authoritarianism, and the means is terrorizing the populace into granting power to the authoritarians to ‘save the world.’

  4. It’s interesting that despite repeated environmentalist efforts to identify them, there are no kooks or criminals among those who all themselves “man made climate skeptics.” I don’t know of any anyway.

    But it sure isn’t hard to identify some prominent greenies who appear burdened with very questionable “character” …

  5. The Nazis were the original environmentalists — Boden, after all, is half of Blut und Boden. Which is precisely the use to which the Mongols are putting their brand of environmentalism. These latest developments are so utterly natural that one might call them predictable.

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