A small international neo-Nazi group that advocates for a race war and holds some of the white supremacist movement’s most extreme views. Feuerkrieg Division, or FKD, calls for violence against their perceived enemies and destruction of “the system,” or society at large, which they believe is controlled by the Jews. Established in late 2018, FKD is an international organization with about 30 members. FKD has European roots but has recently expanded its outreach to American audiences. While the bulk of their activity is online, members have engaged in leafleting efforts, distributing violent, racist and anti-Semitic propaganda. FKD promotes Siege culture mentality and the concept of accelerationism. Feuerkrieg Division (FKD) is a small, international neo-Nazi organization that embraces the most extreme interpretations of white supremacist ideology. Their current leader lives in Estonia, but the group’s membership is increasingly American. The group celebrates the concepts promoted in Siege, a collection of noxious essays written by U.S.-based neo-Nazi James Mason. Even their Gab bio states “…Read SIEGE | Adherence to the Fascist Worldview.” In a January 2019 episode of the extremist podcast The Green Pilled Perspective, “Wolfram” (one of FKD’s original spokespeople) stated, “We believe in the teachings of Siege and we just try to apply it in our own lives as much as possible.” FKD advocates for “sacrifice” and embraces violence as a solution to “fix” the current political and cultural system, sidestepping concerns about optics and advocating for radical, systemic change. The group criticizes and demeans other white supremacist movements, like the alt-right, for being too focused on public perception and unsuccessful in the movement’s ability to create real societal change with their tactics. Feuerkrieg Division is heavily influenced by Atomwaffen Division, a neo-Nazi group allegedly tied to five murders across the U.S. FKD advocates similar core beliefs, racist and vitriolic propaganda with shared graphics and general subculture. In addition to Atomwaffen, FKD supports some of the most extreme white supremacist organizations, often referring to members of entities like The Base and Sonnenkrieg Division as comrades. (…) FKD was established in October 2018 in the Baltics, most likely Estonia. Over time, the group has expanded its footprint to include Belgium, England, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Latvia, Western Germany and Russia. In 2019, FKD continued to expand their recruitment efforts in Europe and in North America, including Canada and especially the U.S.
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