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National front give Nazi salute, but 'we're not fascist'

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posted on Oct, 5 2004 @ 06:14 PM
New Zealand:

"National Front president Kyle Chapman says a photograph of him with a group of men performing a Nazi salute does not show the organisation is fascist he did not know they were doing it.

The National Front disputes claims that it is a racist/fascist organisation, but at a militia camp meeting in April Mr Chapman was photographed with a group of saluting men, one of whom wore a swastika armband.

Mr Chapman says the men had just arrived and he did not know what they were doing.

"I didn't even know there was a guy behind me with a friggin' Nazi armband on.

"Those guys had only showed up in a car and wanted to take some photos and that. I only realised those guys were saluting when I turned around."

Asked why the organisation did not change its name if it did not want to be associated with fascism, Mr Chapman said people would then refer to it as the former National Front.

"Why give up a name when it's about changing the people that are in that name?""

Click on Hitler (above) for the full article...

Hmmm. Nazi or not nazi, that`s the question?
I think the name "National front" should indicate some sort of nazi-connection...

[Edited on 2004/10/28 by Hellmutt]

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