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Mongolian neo-Nazis rebrand as environmentalists

A Mongolian neo-Nazi group is going green, campaigning against miners and pollution, especially when caused by foreigners.

Based in an office behind a lingerie store in the Mongolian capital, the shaven-headed, jackbooted Tsagaan Khass stormtroopers launch raids on mining projects, demanding paperwork or soil samples to be studied for contaminants.

“Before, we used to work in a harsh way, like breaking down doors,” the group’s leader, Ariunbold Altankhuum, 40, told Reuters. “But now, we have changed and we use other approaches, like demonstrations.”On a patrol to a quarry two hours’ drive from the capital, members wore black, SS-style Nazi uniforms complete with lightning flashes and replica Iron Crosses.

All that Nazi paraphernalia isn’t getting in the way of their environmental protection efforts, with supreme leader Altankhuum declaring:

“Today our main goal is to save nature. We are doing things to protect the environment. The development of mining is growing and has become an issue,” he said.

The Mongolian Nazis – described by some as a terrorist group – have realised the best way of fulfilling their mission is to go green:

“We used to talk about fighting with foreigners, but some time ago we realised that is not efficient, so our purpose changed from fighting foreigners in the streets to fighting the mining companies,” Altankhuum said.

Mongolians fear foreign workers are taking up scarce jobs in an economy where nearly 30% of the population lives below the poverty line, according to the Asia Development Bank.

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The eco-Nazis are a para-military group involved in acts of terrorism and violence, attacking women they believe of sleeping with foreigners (usually Chinese) and shaving their heads and putting it on Youtube.


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