First picture of Britain’s youngest terrorist: Teenager, 14, gives Nazi salute at his grandmother’s Cornish cottage from where he led far-right extremist cell – as he collapses into her arms after judge SPARES him jail – #fkd #feuerkriegDivision #terror

Britain’s youngest convicted terrorist led a neo-Nazi cell from his grandmother’s cottage in rural Cornwall .
He was found with a manual giving instructions on how to make bombs, Molotov cocktails, and build an AK47. Teen pleaded guilty to 12 offences and  handed a 24-month youth rehabilitation order at the Old Bailey today. Was sentenced by video-link from Bodmin Court and was supported by his grandmother, who held his hand. Judge took account of guilty plea, remorse and that the teenager was ‘susceptible to the influence of others’ Britain’s youngest convicted terrorist who led a neo-Nazi cell from his grandmother’s cottage in rural Cornwall walked free from court today.  The teenager, who committed a string of terror offences between the ages of 13 and 15, fell into his grandmother’s arms in court as he was spared jail.  The boy, now 16, became the leader of the UK branch of Feuerkrieg Division (FKD) in 2019. When police raided his grandmother’s home they found a swastika flag and the extremist codes ’14 88′ – standing for ‘Heil Hitler’ painted across the garden shed. He was also found with a manual containing bomb-making plans, ingredients for napalm, and instructions on how to make Molotov cocktails, build an AK47 assault rifle, and engage in knife combat.  He wrote racist and anti-Semitic posts online and spoke about ‘gassing’ Jewish people, hanging homosexuals and wanting to ‘shoot up their parades’.  He pleaded guilty to 12 offences – two of dissemination of terrorist documents and 10 of possession of terrorist material.

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Neo Nazi #FeuerkriegDivision – which counted Britain’s youngest terrorist among its members – is run by a 13-year-old #Estonian boy who calls for the ‘#rape of Christian nuns in #Hitler’s name’ – #terror #FKD

Feuerkrieg Division was founded by an Estonian boy, 13, known as ‘Commander’. Group calls for a ‘white jihad’ against Jews, Muslims and the LGBT community. Britain’s youngest terrorist set up a UK branch of the group when he was just 13. The far-right Feuerkrieg Division was founded by a 13-year-old Estonian schoolboy, who calls for the ‘rape of Christian nuns in Hitler’s name,’ from his bedroom in the Baltic former Soviet state. The youngster, who cannot be named or prosecuted because of his age, has recruited followers from across the world, first in neighbouring countries such as Russia and Latvia, but with increasing membership from the UK, Canada and the USA. The FKD is a white supremacist organisation that has called for a ‘white jihad’ against minority groups including Jews, Muslims, gays and lesbian, religious leaders and the police. Taking much of its ideology from notorious US neo-Nazi James Mason, the group honours some of the most notorious racist murders from recent times.
Earlier today a 16-year-old boy became the UK’s youngest convicted terrorist after he admitted to offences that began as young as 13, including masterminding the British cell of FKD from his grandmother’s cottage in Cornwall. (…) FKD members have praised Brenton Tarrant, who killed 51 Muslims in an attack on mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, Dylann Roof who murdered nine black including a pastor in the Charleston shootings in South Carolina, USA in 2015, Anders Behring Breivik who shot dead 69 young members of a liberal political party including many from ethnic minorities on the Norwegian island of Utoya in 2011 and the notorious Uni-bomber Timothy McVeigh who murdered 168 and left 680 injured when he blew up a the Alfred P Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, USA, in 1995. Operating via social media and using assumed names the group calls for the harm, kidnap and even execution of their enemies.

via mirror: Neo Nazi Feuerkrieg Division – which counted Britain’s youngest terrorist among its members – is run by a 13-year-old Estonian boy who calls for the ‘rape of Christian nuns in Hitler’s name’

siehe auch: Teenage leader of neo-Nazi group is UK’s youngest terror offender. Boy from Cornwall whose offending began at 13 and who founded UK branch of FKD will be sentenced next week.The boy appeared by video link before the Old Bailey in London and admitted 12 offences. The teenage leader of a neo-Nazi group has been convicted over offending that began at the age of 13, making him the youngest person in the UK known to have committed a terrorist offence. The boy, from Cornwall, who cannot be identified, appeared before the Old Bailey in London via video link on Monday and admitted 12 offences – two of dissemination of terrorist documents and 10 of possession of terrorist material.

siehe dazu auch: Feuerkrieg Division Exposed: International Neo-Nazi Terrorist Network. After a long term, intensive investigation into an international neo-Nazi terrorist network calling itself the Feuerkrieg Division (FKD), we have compiled a detailed report which provides an overview of the network’s ideology, history, structure, membership, activity, and legal entanglements. This lengthy report features numerous profiles of former and current members. Area antifascist crews, researchers, and respected journalists are encouraged to reach out to us at eugeneantifa [at] protonmail [dot] com for additional information.
History of FKD
Feuerkrieg Division (FKD) is an international neo-Nazi terrorist organization which has modeled itself after the US based neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division. The group’s membership spans at least 15 countries and its members range from age 14 to 40. To date, many of its members have been arrested, yet the remaining 30 or so continue to organize with the ultimate aim of exterminating non-Whites and executing terrorist acts in order to spark a system collapse and race war. The Feuerkrieg Division found its start on October 20, 2018 as an online accelerationist, Siege-type neo-Nazi group. FKD was created by a fascist from Estonia going by “Commander” and a fascist from the Netherlands, “Wolfram.” To our knowledge, the two never met in real life. For reasons unknown to us, by June 2019, “Wolfram” had dropped from the group he helped to co-create. It is unclear if he left the group or was pushed out. Following Commander’s controversial exit, a member using the alias “Azazel” quickly took lead of the remaining members. “Azazel” shared his leadership role with a high school student from Spokane, WA who operated as “Berserker” (AKA Genosside; AKA AnCap Nick), despite currently being under investigation for his targeting of a Spokane church with FKD propaganda. On January 15th, 2020, a message was posted on the official Feuerkrieg Division Telegram channel which announced a pause in “recruiting operations for an undefined amount of time.” The message came after a string of arrests and paranoia within the group. Another announcement went out over the FKD Telegram channel on February 8, 2020, claiming that FKD was officially dissolving. However, antifascist infiltration efforts reveal that this was misinformation. Inside official chats hosted on the secure messaging program Riot, members were busy brainstorming a catchy new name for their neo-Nazi terror group. Members intentionally put out messages on Telegram as an attempt to distance the group from its ongoing legal entanglements. Although a new name for the same group has not yet been decided on, a new structure has been discussed. The “new” Feuerkrieg Division would be tiered, consisting of a more mainstream public facing group that could appeal to centrists and conservatives, and an internal “strike team” made up of long term members who are willing to carry out acts of violence. This internal group would attempt to “Siege-pill” and recruit new members from the mainstream right pool.

LUKE HUNTER: profile of a Nazi #terror propagandist – #atomwaffendivision #awd #feuerkriegdivision #fkd #ironmarch

A young Nazi closely monitored by HOPE not hate is behind bars for terror-related offences. Today Luke Hunter, 23, of High Callerton, Newcastle, was sentenced today to four years and two months for seven terror-related offences, including encouragement of terrorism HOPE not hate identified the extremist, who went by various pseudonyms online, during a yearlong investigation. In October 2019, days before his arrest, we informed authorities of his identity and activities after noticing worrying changes in his behaviour, including an uncharacteristic period of silence. It has since emerged that his father, who lives separately from his son, is a retired officer with the Met’s Counter Terror Command, and was still working there as a civilian at the time of his son’s arrest. From his countryside home, the prolific young extremist encouraged terrorism, venerated mass murderers, advocated for the formation of “insurgent decentralised cells” and formed links to an international, terroristic Nazi organisation, the Feuerkrieg Division (FKD), which has since been banned in the UK under anti-terror laws. He also encouraged violence against police officers. He did so through his own websites, numerous Twitter accounts, YouTube, Instagram, and the messaging apps Telegram and Discord; he also produced hundreds of hours of podcasts, multitudes of graphic designs, and dozens of stylised fascist videos. He was also active offline, networking, attending fascist meetups and events, and addressing a far-right conference in Glasgow in 2019. By the time of his arrest, he had become a recognised voice in the international extreme right.
Hunter is, in some ways, representative of a new generation of far-right extremists. Across the far right a post-organisational threat has emerged, a decentralised collective of anonymous activists working towards similar goals, often in informal interaction with one another. Organisations still play an important role, but membership of such a group is not required to wield influence in this collective form of politics. Hunter himself is not known to have been a member of an organisation in any traditional sense; rather he is a talented but deeply disturbed propagandist operating on poorly-moderated messaging apps and livestreamed videos. (…) However, the earliest political involvement we have definitively traced dates to April 2017, with his posts on the influential, now-defunct Nazi forum Iron March (IM). Despite its small size, IM was key in fostering the modern Nazi underground, partly by introducing a new generation to James Mason’s SIEGE, an accelerationist collection of texts that promotes the establishment of leaderless terrorist cells. British Nazis, including leading members of the now-banned National Action (NA), were influential on the forum; IM was also central in the emergence of the AtomWaffen Division (AWD), an American Nazi terror group linked to several murders. AWD would inspire future groups, such as the FKD. (…) Launched in Octber 2018 and formally disbanded in February 2020, FKD built on the legacy of AtomWaffen Division, establishing an estimated membership of 50 across Europe and North America, including a handful in the UK. Members in various countries have received charges and convictions for terror-related offences. In the UK, after the September 2019 arrest of a teenage member, FKD posted a picture of the Chief Constable of the West Midlands Police, Dave Thompson, with a gun to his head. “Release our member or your heads will be our agenda”, the group wrote on Telegram, and posted the addresses of police stations and offices. Hunter regularly pushed FKD material on his Telegram channel, with FKD returning the favour, and in September, he wrote “Hail the Feuerkrieg Division!” followed by “Death to ZOG. Death to PC Thompson!” alongside a news report of the FKD’s campaign against the West Midlands police (ZOG is short for “Zionist Occupied Government”, antisemitic slang for alleged Jewish control).

via hopenothate: LUKE HUNTER: profile of a Nazi terror propagandist

siehe auch: Neo-Nazi influencer, 23, caught with swastika-festooned memorabilia and machete in bedroom where he spread extremist hate online is jailed for four years. Luke Hunter, 23, from Newcastle, instrumental online presence of violent group. During police raid swastika memorabilia and a machete found in his bedroom. Produced content encouraging killing of Jews, homosexuals and non-whites. A 23-year-old neo-Nazi ‘influencer’ caught with swastika-festooned memorabilia and a machete in his bedroom where he spread extremist hate online has been jailed for four years. Luke Hunter, from Newcastle, used the name Death Cult Posting on an encrypted messaging app and was said to have a ‘significant online reach’, particularly among young people. He used his popularity online to support a violent group called Feuerkrieg Division (FKD), of which membership is banned in the UK; Neo-Nazi propagandist jailed for encouraging terror attacks. Luke Hunter’s prolific online presence made him an ‘internationally recognised voice in the international extreme right’. A neo-Nazi propagandist has been jailed for encouraging terror attacks and broadcasting violent material around the world. Luke Hunter used websites, podcasts, posters, videos and accounts on Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Telegram and Discord to spread his hate. The 23-year-old, from Newcastle, celebrated far-right terrorists including the Christchurch shooter Brenton Tarrant, Jo Cox’s killer Thomas Mair and bomber David Copeland. Hunter, whose father is a former Metropolitan Police counter-terrorism officer, used his channels to support terrorist groups such as National Action, Feuerkrieg Division (FKD) and Atomwaffen Division, and hosted discussions on how best to carry out attacks. The defendant, who was diagnosed with autism as a teenager, was jailed for four years and two months at Leeds Crown Court on Wednesday.

symbolbild – FKD UK

Zwei Jahre Haft für ‘#Feuerkrieger’ – #terror #FKD #feuerkriegdivision

Die Ermittler waren auf den Neonazi durch Chatgespräche in der rechtsradikalen “Feuerkrieg Division” aufmerksam geworden. In Handschellen muss der 23-jährige “Feuerkrieger” den Gerichtssaal am Freitag in Nürnberg wieder verlassen. Schuldig lautet das Urteil. Zwei Jahre ohne Bewährung beträgt das Strafmaß. Nach der Beweisaufnahme sei die Staatsschutzkammer zu der “festen Überzeugung” gelangt, dass der junge Neonazi mit dem blonden Seitenscheitel tatsächlich einen schweren Anschlag auf einen “Ort der Andacht” vorbereitet habe, begründet der Vorsitzende Richter Bernd Zuber das Urteil. Der 23-Jährige will von seiner ganzen Erscheinung her nicht so recht dem Bild eines gemeingefährlichen Terroristen entsprechen. Äußerlich vollkommen regungslos nimmt er den Richterspruch entgegen. Während Zuber die Auffassung des Gerichts näher erläutert, starrt der schüchterne Elektriker, der sich in seiner Freizeit mit Neonazis im Internet unterhalten, Waffen wie am Fließband gehortet und am liebsten in Militärklamotten durch das Dorf gelaufen ist, stoisch nach vorne.
Derweil spricht der Richter davon, wie sich der junge Mann, der mit Hornbrille und dunklem Anzug vor ihm sitzt, im Internet bei Chats mit der neonazistischen “Feuerkrieg Division” immer mehr radikalisiert und immer mehr über Ausländer und Flüchtlinge gehetzt habe. Der gescheiterte Terroranschlag auf eine Synagoge in Halle habe den jungen Mann, der bei Frauen nicht landen konnte und daheim in der Kellerwohnung im Haus der Mutter vereinsamte, auf die Idee gebracht, selber ein Attentäter werden zu wollen. In der rechten Chatgruppe mit den radikalen Gleichgesinnten habe sich der blonde Einzelgänger aus der Oberpfalz darüber beschwert, dass der Halle-Attentäter “versagt” und nicht viele Menschen in der Synagoge getötet habe. Deshalb habe er im Netz angekündigt, selber ein “Heiliger” werden zu wollen. Im Sprachgebrauch der Neonazis ist laut Richter damit ein Attentäter gemeint. “Der Angeklagte war fest entschlossen, möglichst viele Menschen anderen Glaubens oder fremder Herkunft hautnah zu töten”, sagt Zuber mit ernster Miene. Für seine Tat habe der Waffennarr ein Sturmgewehr aus jugoslawischer Produktion im Format einer berühmt-berüchtigten Kalaschnikow verwenden wollen, dass er sich in Einzelteilen im Internet bestellt habe und daheim im Keller zusammenbauen wollte.

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Wollte Fabian D. ein #Terror-“Heiliger” werden? – #feuerkriegdivision #fkd

Die internationale Untergrundgruppe Feuerkrieg Division gilt als extrem gefährlich. In Nürnberg beginnt der deutschlandweit erste Prozess gegen ein mutmaßliches Mitglied. Ums Töten ging es oft, wenn sich die Anhänger der rechtsextremen Feuerkrieg Division im Internet zum Chatten trafen: Was wäre ein passendes Anschlagsziel? Wen sollten sie umbringen? Welche Waffen müssten sie sich besorgen? Das Anliegen sei ernst, darin bestärkten sich die Männer gegenseitig. Die internationale Feuerkrieg Division, schrieb ein Teilnehmer unter dem Pseudonym reinhard070304 in einem Chatverlauf, den ZEIT ONLINE einsehen konnte, sei schließlich eine nationalsozialistische/faschistische “Untergrundzelle”, die für “REALEN Terrorismus gegen das System” stehe. Hinter dem Pseudonym reinhard070304, davon ist die Generalstaatsanwaltschaft München nach monatelangen Ermittlungen überzeugt, soll sich ein Deutscher aus dem Landkreis Cham in der Oberpfalz verborgen haben: der 23 Jahre alte Fabian D. Der Prozess gegen ihn beginnt am Donnerstag vor der 1. Staatsschutzkammer am Landgericht Nürnberg-Fürth. Die Anklage wirft ihm vor, eine schwere staatsgefährdende Gewalttat geplant zu haben. Den Ermittlungen zufolge soll D. sich von Mai 2019 an Waffen sowie Waffenteile gekauft und diese gezielt umgebaut haben, um damit einen Anschlag auf einen “Ort der Andacht” – etwa eine Moschee oder eine Synagoge – zu begehen und möglichst viele Menschen zu töten. In dieser Zeit sei er auch den Chats der internationalen Feuerkrieg Division beigetreten, wo er sich unter den Pseudonymen reinhard070304 und Heydrich mit etwa 30 bis 40 anderen Rechtsextremen aus verschiedenen Ländern über Anschlagsszenarien ausgetauscht habe. Die Teilnehmer der virtuellen Gruppe stammten den Ermittlungen zufolge hauptsächlich aus Europa.
Das Gerichtsverfahren gegen Fabian D. wird eine Premiere in Deutschland sein. Die Mitglieder von länderübergreifend agierenden rechtsextremen Gruppen wie der Feuerkrieg Division oder der Atomwaffen Division gelten als extrem gewaltbereit. Dennoch musste sich bislang noch kein deutscher Rechtsextremist aus dieser Szene vor Gericht verantworten. Die Bundesanwaltschaft in Karlsruhe äußert sich nicht zur Frage, ob sie gegen Mitglieder aus Deutschland ermittelt. Ganz anders in den USA oder in Großbritannien: Dort wurden inzwischen so viele Anhänger der Atomwaffen Division wie auch der Feuerkrieg Division verhaftet, dass die Gruppen im Internet ihre Auflösung bekannt gaben. Die britische Polizei hatte laut der BBC schon im Sommer 2019 einen verdeckten Ermittler in einen Feuerkrieg-Chat eingeschleust. Kürzlich verurteilte ein Gericht in Birmingham einen 17-jährigen Chatteilnehmer der Feuerkrieg Division zu mehr als fünf Jahren Haft. Das Gericht befand den Teenager der Anschlagsvorbereitung für schuldig. In Las Vegas wurde vergangene Woche ein 24 Jahre alter US-Aktivist der Gruppe zu zwei Jahren Haft verurteilt, nachdem er seine Anschlagspläne an einen FBI-Agenten in dem Chat verraten hatte. Das britische Innenministerium stufte die Feuerkrieg Division im Sommer als rechtsterroristische Organisation ein – schon die Mitgliedschaft in der Gruppe ist in Großbritannien seitdem eine Straftat. Die Feuerkrieg Division werbe im Internet gezielt junge Menschen für ihre Anschlagspläne, warnte die britische Innenministerin Priti Patel.

via zeit: Wollte Fabian D. ein Terror-“Heiliger” werden?

#Anschlag geplant? Schwere Vorwürfe gegen rechtsradikalen “Feuerkrieger” – #terror #feuerkriegDivision #FKD

Unter seinesgleichen nannte er sich “Heydrich” oder “Reinhard” – nach dem brutalen Organisator des Holocaust unter Adolf Hitler, Reinhard Heydrich. In Wahrheit heißt der 23-Jährige Fabian, wohnte bisher bei seinen Eltern in einem Dörfchen in der Oberpfalz, nahe der Stadt Cham. Er arbeitete Schicht als Elektriker – soweit war alles noch okay. Inzwischen sitzt der junge Mann in U-Haft – zumindest bis ihm am kommenden Donnerstag vor der Staatsschutz-Kammer am Landgericht Nürnberg-Fürth der Prozess gemacht wird. Die Generalstaatsanwaltschaft München, wo die bayerische Zentralstelle zur Bekämpfung von Extremismus und Terrorismus angesiedelt ist, wirft dem mutmaßlich Rechtsradikalen die Vorbereitung eines Terroraktes vor. Der Oberpfälzer sympathisiert mit der international vernetzten Gruppe “Feuerkrieg Division”, die sich Anschläge gegen Juden und Muslime zum Ziel setzt, und bewegt sich in deren Chatforen, wie das Landgericht Nürnberg-Fürth mitteilte. Nach Medienberichten gilt er sogar als Kopf der etwa eine Handvoll deutschen Mitglieder. “Heydrich” soll sich in den Chatforen auch über mögliche Anschlagsziele erkundigt haben. So habe er etwa nach einem “Ort der Andacht” gesucht, heißt es in der Mitteilung des Gerichts. Dahinter könnte sich nach Auffassung von Polizei und Staatsanwaltschaft eine Moschee oder eine Synagoge verbergen. Zudem soll sich der 23-Jährige im Archiv der Gruppe über die rechtsextremistisch motivierten Anschläge in Christchurch (Neuseeland) und Halle (Sachsen-Anhalt) informiert haben. Zudem habe er Waffenteile im Internet besorgt – unter anderem eine Replika eines “Kalaschnikow”-Sturmgewehrs, die er mit echten und funktionstüchtigen Teilen versehen haben soll. Die “Feuerkrieg Division”, die sich früher auch als “Atomwaffen Division” bezeichnete, ist ein loser Zusammenschluss einzelner Terrorzellen. Weltweit wird die Zahl der Mitglieder auf 70 bis 150 geschätzt; Schwerpunkte sind die USA und Großbritannien.

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Las Vegas Resident Who Discussed Setting Fire To A #Synagogue With A White Supremacist Extremist Group Sentenced For Possession Of Bomb-Making Components – #feuerkriegDivision #fkd #terror

Joint Terrorism Task Force Found Schematics, Components, and Fuels to Construct Improvised Explosive Devices at the Defendant’s Residence. A Las Vegas resident who discussed setting fire to a synagogue with a white supremacist extremist group was sentenced today to two years in prison to be followed by three years of supervised release, announced U.S. Attorney Nicholas A. Trutanich of the District of Nevada and Special Agent in Charge Aaron C. Rouse of the FBI. “Our office is committed to working closely with our law enforcement partners to disrupt and stop potential bias-motivated violence before it happens,” said U.S. Attorney Trutanich. “Here, law enforcement in Nevada identified the defendant’s threats of violence — which were motivated by hate and intended to intimidate our faith-based and LGBTQ communities — and took swift action to protect our communities and ensure justice.” “The primary mission of the FBI is to protect the American public from a terrorist attack,” said Special Agent in Charge Rouse. “The FBI’s Las Vegas Joint Terrorism Task Force is committed to protecting our community and I could not be more proud of the proactive work they did in this case. This is a great example of the best result in law enforcement by stopping violence before it can start.” Conor Climo, 24, of Las Vegas, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge James C. Mahan. Climo previously pleaded guilty to one count of possession of an unregistered firearm — specifically, the component parts of a destructive device. In addition to the term of imprisonment, the Court ordered special conditions of supervised release, including mental health treatment and computer monitoring.
According to court documents, Climo communicated with individuals who identified with the white supremacist extremist group Feuerkrieg Division, which is an offshoot of the U.S.-based white supremacist extremist group Atomwaffen Division. Feuerkrieg Division members share a common goal of challenging laws, social order, and the government via terrorism and other violent acts. The organization encourages attacks on the federal government, critical infrastructure, minorities, and members of the LGBTQ community. As part of his guilty plea, Climo admitted that, during online conversations with Feuerkrieg Division members between May 2019 and July 15, 2019, he discussed setting fire to a Las Vegas synagogue, and making Molotov cocktails and improvised explosive devices. Climo further admitted that he discussed plans to attack the Anti-Defamation League. In addition, Climo conducted surveillance on a bar in Las Vegas that he believed catered to the LGBTQ community in preparation for a potential attack.

via Las Vegas Resident Who Discussed Setting Fire To A Synagogue With A White Supremacist Extremist Group Sentenced For Possession Of Bomb-Making Components