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Guns, terrorists and a rural idyll: What you need to know about our neo-Nazi infiltration

Guns, terrorists and a rural idyll: What you need to know about our neo-Nazi infiltration

Guns, terrorists and a rural idyll: What you need to know about our neo-Nazi infiltration

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For months, The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald and 60 Minutes had an infiltrator inside Australia’s largest neo-Nazi group, the National Socialist Network, filming and recording. This is what he found.

Image from the National Socialist Network from the Grampians camping trip.

Image from the National Socialist Network from the Grampians camping trip.Credit:

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  • The Network’s leader was recorded comparing Christchurch terrorist Brenton Tarrant to Nelson Mandela and told his followers Tarrant will stay in jail “until we win the revolution” – a reference to the race war or societal collapse the group trains for.
  • The Network’s leadership cell secretly supports a NSW terror suspect facing charges for planning a mass casualty attack, and has offered to pay the man’s bail.
  • The Network is liaising with outlaw bikie gang associates, a prison skinhead gang and members of international neo-Nazi terror groups.
  • Network members are told to hang onto their guns and are looking to buy a rural property in Victoria or South Australia to use as a base for their planned new society.
  • We have unmasked and published the identities of key Network members, a diverse group, including ex-military, a Crown Casino security manager, a Finks Outlaw Motorcycle Gang member, a piano teacher, disability workers, government agency employees

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  • Covert recordings capture neo-Nazis telling their followers to destroy evidence that links them with extremism to thwart counter-terror police.
  • ASIO Director General Mike Burgess has also warned that Australians as young as 16 are being radicalised to support a white power race war, a phenomenon fuelled by the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Half of ASIO’s priority domestic counter-terrorism cases now involve neo-Nazi cells and other ideologically motivated groups.

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