Critical to their growth in recent years has been the furor over immigration – an issue they use to exploit fears and push their agenda of racial prejudice. Hear from members of various neo-Nazi groups and get an inside look at how the racist skinhead movement has evolved in the United States, from the American Nazi Party founded in 1959 to the National Socialist Movement that staged an anti-immigration rally in Washington, DC, just last year. Public rallies have been a successful recruiting tool, as have propaganda techniques like book burnings based on those of Hitler's era, but now more radical groups like the Ohio State Hooligans are calling for more dangerous tactics. See how a variety of groups have mobilised under one disturbing common ideology, encapsulated in the 14 words “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White children.
Never miss a Nat Geo moment
Join our curious community and you'll have access to some great features!
Personalised content reflecting your interests on the site
Watch exclusive videos before anyone else
Favourite content that you like or want to check out later
Free SMS and Email reminders so you never miss a show
Get notified when content that interests you is published
Share your photos on Snap! that could appear on TV
Share your thoughts and opinions on various matters
Receive a monthly newsletter with loads of great content