Transnational Right-Wing Extremism: No Beer for Neo-Nazis
The right-wing extremists in their respective countries are united by their transnational far-right ideology of human inequality. Fighting the concept of an open society is an ideal they all share.
Three developments in particular are new and dangerous. A recent study by the Counter Extremism Project (CEP), commissioned by the German Foreign Office, highlights that from around 2014, a leaderless, transnational, apocalyptic and violence-oriented far-right movement has emerged, staging itself as a victim of left-wing political domination, migration and refugee movements, and a global Jewish conspiracy. National right-wing extremist scenes are linked by narratives that conjure up the downfall of the entire "white race", and not just the respective "people".