German Town Tricks Neo-Nazis Into Raising Money Against Their Own Organization

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Each year a group of neo-Nazis have marched in Wunsiedel—a southeastern German town—where Adolf Hilter’s deputy, Rudolf Hass, was once buried. The march has always been “ignored” by the town locals, but this year they welcomed them with confetti and banners. No, they weren’t supporting their far-right extremist views, this November 15, each meter the neo-Nazis marched, businesses and locals donated $12.50 to a nongovernmental organization “making it easier for neo-Nazis to leave behind their hateful politics” called Exit Germany. Once the marchers realized what was happening, they continued to march instead of disbanding raising money against themselves. [TheLocal]



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