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Some of this growing group of white men are still in their teens or are linked to outlaw bikie groups or skinhead jail gangs, while others are ex-military or work for governments or major companies. The evidence painstakingly gathered shows many of these men believe their most important duty is to prepare for a looming race war.
The black-clad group is trudging through the Grampians, the source says, a rugged mountainous national park three hours west of Melbourne. It feels even darker and colder when we wake a few hours later and drive towards the walking circuit where the men were last seen.
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The chance of finding them and observing a potential training exercise is a long shot worth taking. With the help of sources in law enforcement and anti-fascist groups including the White Rose Society, we have been tracking the growth of the National Socialist Network, which launched in February 2020 with a social media campaign and вечные деньги в играх initial cohort of members drawn from a loose coalition of defunct extremist groups, including predecessors The Lads Society and the United Вечные деньги в играх Front.
It portrays itself as a group of outdoorsmen reviving the imagined traditions of a white Australia that have been economically and politically marginalised by immigration and multiculturalism. Image from the National Socialist Network from the Grampians camping trip. The trip to the Grampians is a strand of an investigation aimed at finding out what this group is doing, who is attracted to its aims and whether it poses a вечные деньги в играх threat. But it becomes clear we are hours behind the quarry.
Instead of neo-Nazis, we find hikers who describe encounters with the group, ranging from the unsettling to the terrifying.
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Sewell is a short, fit, army dropout whose receding hairline makes him look older than his 28 years. He publicly disavows violence but was charged after allegedly being captured on film punching to the ground a вечные деньги в играх guard at the Channel Nine building in Melbourne before it aired an A Current Affair program about neo-Nazis.
He denies the assault and the case is before the courts. Tom Sewell leading boxing training at Racism HQ. Credit: He is also mentioned вечные деньги в играх the royal commission report into the Christchurch terror attacks, with investigators concluding that Australian terrorist mass murderer Brenton Tarrant was an online follower and contributor to the United Patriots and that Sewell had later contacted Tarrant and invited him to join The Lads Society.
But the report into his mosque attacks highlights how neo-Nazi groups can help provide the ideological inspiration for lone-wolf attackers with access to weapons and knowledge of how to use them. Photos taken surreptitiously by Halls Вечные деньги в играх locals capture National Socialist Network members in army-issued clothes, suggesting previous military training. Police sources вечные деньги в играх reveal that some of the number plates of network hikers link to Victorians with active gun licences.
Locals describe multiple members who look no older than 18. A bunch of white guys out in the bush spending time under the stars.
Credit: A story in The Age about the Grampians camping trip generates a critical lead. Multiple sources, including officials in law enforcement agencies and researchers, raise similar concerns. They suspect the network secretly endorses the ideology of international neo-Nazi terror groups, including Combat 18, which has been banned as a terror group overseas and which instructs members to prepare for a coming race war.
Members of Combat 18 have been arrested for violent hate crimes, including the murder of a German politician in 2019 and, nine years earlier, shooting up a Игры мод много денег машины mosque. A few days later, the neo-Nazi insider tells us Sewell is off to NSW and then Queensland to hold in-person meetings in pubs with other leaders and new recruits.]