This article was contributed by WANaziWatch.
As noted by identifyevropa.org and by a recent Huffington Post piece, Identity Evropa membership included many current and former members of the United States military. Military membership in white nationalist and neo-Nazi groups is hardly a new development.. Recently, military neo-Nazis were also discovered in the neo-Nazi paramilitary/survivalist group The Base and within the murderous Atomwaffen Division.
This article was contributed by Antifash Gordon.
Meet Benjamin Maas. He's a Certified Public Accountant (CPA license number 51262) in Dayton, Ohio, where he lives with his wife and their two children. He's a 2012 graduate of Ohio Northern University, where he majored in Accounting and Philosophy, and is about to celebrate his 29th birthday.
This article is republished, with permission, from Asheville Anti Racism.
Erica Joy Alduino is a longstanding and active, organizing member of Identity Evropa- a neo-nazi and white supremacist organization born out of a rebranding of the Nationalist Youth Front. Alduino goes by the username ‘Joy' in the recently released discord server ironically dubbed "Nice Respectable People Group' (thanks Unicorn Riot!). Previously, Alduino went by the username ‘Erika' as she heavily organized in the Charlottesville planning server "Charlottesville 2.0" along with in the "Vibrant Diversity" discord server.
This article is republished, with permission, from Northern California Anti-Racist Action (NoCARA); via It's Going Down.
Several weeks ago, the National Policy Institute (NPI) held its annual conference in Washington DC, which ended with NPI head Richard Spencer declaring, "Hail Trump! Hail our people! Hail Victory!" as people in the audience threw up their arms in fascist salutes. While images of white supremacists Sieg-Heiling went viral online, it did nothing to stem the tide of media spotlight that the mainstream bestowed upon Spencer. After the conference, white supremacists on the podcast, "Intersectional Alt-Right" with Andrew Anglin (of The Daily Stormer) and Jazzhands McFeels discussed the event and talked about how a gap was widening between the "older vanguard" (like Jared Taylor of American Renaissance and Peter Brimelow of V-DARE) and the "new generation," (headed by Richard Spencer and many others who grew out of the Alt-Right subculture of Neo-Nazi podcasts and memes). But another key player was emerging: Identity Evropa.