Reuters photographer Carlos Barria spent time documenting Mongolian neo-Nazi group Tsagaan Khass, one of several ultra-nationalist groups that have expanded in the country. The 100-plus members of Tsagaan Khass have recently shifted their focus from activities such as attacks on women it accuses of consorting with foreign men to environmental issues. The group is rebranding itself now as an environmentalist organization fighting pollution by foreign-owned mines, seeking legitimacy as it sends Swastika-wearing members to check mining permits. (source with lots of photos)

Apparently they aren't teaching history in Mongolia, or they would know that the Nazis thought that Asians are a lower form of life.

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Often we don’t take these fringe groups seriously when they start up. This lot do seem completely oblivious to the “Aryan Race” philosophy behind their party symbol. However it may transpire that if they don’t get the attention they probably feel they deserve then they will commit some act of terrorism to get noticed or to enhance any political ambitions they may foster. The Nazi Green Party?

Kinda glad they're not here. That would give Fox News something to actually be right about for once.

So what's their philosophy? Down with those western-jews and oh pollution sucks too. lol 

Actually, there seems to be no evidence they're even aware of Naziism's racist tendencies. They seem to equate Nazism with extreme nationalism.

mind blowing

There is no idea, so patently absurd, that someone won't believe it.

That pretty much does it.

I give up.

I wouldn't have believed it without pictures. I'm still having trouble wrapping my mind around it with them, tho.

Sounds more like a case of Ghengis Khan't --


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