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White Terror (2005)

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A video about Neo-Nazis originating in Sweden provides the starting point of an investigation of extremists' networks in Europe, North America and Russia. Their propaganda is a message of hatred, war and segregation.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Daniel Schweizer ... Himself
Christine Brand ... Herself - Editor of 'Der Bund'
Olivier Cochet ... Himself - Policeman
... Himself - Editor of 'Expo'
Marko Niilo Kristian Järvinen ... Himself - Editor of 'Kriegsberichter' (as Jäsä)
Jimmy ... Himself - Blood & Honour Organizer
Roland Segerman ... Himself - Police
Christian ... Himself - Sunny Bastards Records
Rob ... Himself - Sniper Records
Jean-Yves Camus ... Himself - Politologist
Erik Nilsen ... Himself - Blood & Honour Scandinavia Organizer (as Erik Blücher)
Roger S. Wareham ... Himself - Cvil Rights Attorney
Tom Metzger ... Himself - White Aryan Resistance Organizer
Timothy R. Zaal ... Himself - End Hate Now Negotiator
Bart ... Himself - Blood & Honour USA Organizer


Over the past years, there has been a significant changeover among radical far-right extremists: the veterans are long gone, either dead or too old. New ideologists are emerging all over Europe, North America and Russia. They do not necessarily shave their heads; they have created corporations, distribution companies, music clubs, magazines, publishing houses, internet sites and they have replaced the old symbols with new ones. With globalization taking a firmer hold and with clear demarcation lines blurring, the hate mongers are rekindling the fires of the past, blowing on their glowing ashes. In this era of new technologies, the United States and Sweden have been deeply shocked to discover their youth inciting racist violence, which has since contaminated the whole of the Western world as well as Russia and its neighbouring countries. Over two years of investigation on the most active extremist groups have revealed the international links between them from Stockholm to Dallas via ...

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8 August 2005 (Switzerland)  »

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Unbelievabe ignorance all over the world.
26 April 2009 | by See all my reviews

This documentary is OK. Again the subjects prove time and time again how ignorant these people are. The guy who does nothing (as in Unemployed living on Welfare) but sit at home producing racist video's all day is not only pathetic it just proves what real losers these people are. I'm guessing that these people would cease to exist at all if they didn't have somebody to hate. What's worse is that they think they are better than those they hate, yet if you see who they are despite their racist ideals they are still losers. Did they learn nothing from WWII? What's sadder than all of this is that it's fine if they poison their own minds w/ignorance, intolerance, not to mention a lack of education it's that they do it to their own children & other extremely susceptible people. If these people had a little more knowledge about other people and cultures and weren't so... well let's say it STUPID & UNEDUCATED they might not be like this. Notice how most of these people don't have any kind talent. For example the so-called music they make isn't in the least bit any good. Take away the racist lyrics and there still isn't any musical ability there. They are a joke in the legitimate industry & it's not just because of lyrics, it's because they have the ability of 10 year old kids. Another interesting fact is that there aren't any Neo-Nazi, Skinheads or whatever they are calling themselves now, that have any sort of secondary education. None of them seem to have a Bachelors, Masters, or Doctorate's degrees. It just goes to prove that basic skinheads are seriously lacking in education which makes them extremely foolish by their one-sided ideas without any real knowledge to back it up. No knowing "Mein-Kampf doesn't count either. Watch this documentary because it's interesting, but there are a lot that are interesting about this subject.

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