It would seem that the disease known as fascism is growing in eminence on the world stage right now, especially with the activities of a network known as the Atomwaffen Division gaining prominence (alongside a peek at what goes on beneath the surface). Fascism has long been an ideology that makes use of young men who are disillusioned with society, almost always from the ills of liberalism and capitalism. These men are easy targets, and fascism needs minds it can mould and shape to its own desires, or rather the desires of an authoritarian leader and government. One of the latest instances of this was last week in Estonia, where police there discovered the identity of the leader of the Feuerkrieg Division, the Atomwaffen Division branch of the Baltic countries. While it is not uncommon at all for members of these fascist cells to be adolescents, there was a surprise in store as the leader was found to be only thirteen years of age. He chose the moniker “Commander” and anonymously led the group over the internet, sharing instructions on how to make bombs, planning to instigate an attack in London and proposing the establishment of training camps. Under Estonian law, he cannot be prosecuted due to his age, and so other means must be conceived in order to guarantee a halt to his engagement and leadership of the group.
As outrageous as this sounds, the Atomwaffen Division and similar groups have plenty other aspects to them that would outrage all humanity. It has cells in as many as 70 countries around the world, all vying for one goal: the advancement of their particular brand of extreme neo-Nazism. So extreme that even white supremacists in general consider them too much. They follow accelerationism, believing that what they wish to achieve can only be done through the total collapse of modern society as we know it, not just liberal democracy, but the loss of all infrastructure. Out of the ashes will emerge a chaotic land, but one that is exclusively for whites. They are also distinguished by their amalgamation of far-right ideology with occultism. While it is not unheard of in fascist circles, they have been seen to practise a particularly brutal form of Satanism, that sees pain inflicted on others as strengthening the aggressor. Through this, more and more cruel acts manifest themselves on their quest for their own twisted view of empowerment.
via thecommoner: Feuerkrieg, Atomwaffen, and The Modern Strain of the Fascist Disease