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(nē′ō-nät′sē, -năt′-)
n. pl. neo-na·zis
A member of a fringe group inspired by Nazism.

ne′o-Na′zism n.


(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics a modern extreme right-wing political movement and ideology based on a resurgence of support for Nazi ideological principles
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He said he found Mein Kampf and the Turner Diaries, a novel about a group of white people who start a race war and a book the FBI consider to be the "bible" of neo-Nazism.
FPOe politicians have repeatedly rejected neo-Nazism, racism and anti-Semitism since the party joined the ruling coalition.
Located "at the border of street as public space and gallery," according to organisers, LAB invites all passers-by, not just fans of modern visual art, to enter the world and thoughts of Raffa, and thus to take a stance on the three issues that the artist presents: videos documenting the rise of extremism and neo-Nazism in Slovakia (protests and counter-protests involving history, Slovak clero-fascism, Nazism, migrants etc.
But "In the Fade" resonates on other shores, including here in the United States, where neo-Nazism is also present, and where the ethnicity of a perpetrator sometimes seems to determine which mass killings get labeled terrorism.
In Texas, the state Capitol has recently faced criticism over its Confederate monuments and UT-Austin removed its confederate statues, which campus president Gregory Fenves called "symbols of modern white supremacy and neo-Nazism.
As manifestations of aggression, xenophobia, neo-Nazism, intolerance and discrimination gain strength in Russia, we call upon the Personal Representatives to offer their expertise to the Russian Federation as well as assistance in addressing the root causes of numerous worrisome tendencies in the country.
A lot of teams have also established groups of "ultra" fans that include violent supporters identifying with neo-Nazism.
The resolution to 'Combat glorification of Nazism, Neo-Nazism and other practices that contribute to fueling contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance' has been submitted by Russia annually since 2005.
The text of the resolution expresses concern over the rise of the far-right, neo-Nazism and racism in Europe.
Fascism in Israel has existed for a long time, Levy said and "new Nazism is beginning to emerge: if Lehava (which opposes assimilation) is not neo-Nazism, what is neo-Nazism?
In line with these efforts and the struggle against all forms and manifestations of racism, discrimination and xenophobia, Russia will again submit to the UN General Assembly the draft resolution entitled "Combatting the glorification of Nazism, neo-Nazism and other practices that fuel contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance.
Now as I watch the growth of neo-Nazism here I'm getting my answer - and it's ugly.