Gleeful neo-Nazis see echoes of the 1930s as America plunges into a coronavirus crisis - 2020-03-24

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F0.png Gleeful neo-Nazis see echoes of the 1930s as America plunges into a coronavirus crisis March 24, 2020, Jordan Green, Raw Story

One post shared on the social-media app Telegram depicts a Nazi stormtrooper flanked by pixelated text declaring, "Kali Yuga ends, black sun rises," signaling a transition from a "dark age" to a fascist nirvana as symbolized by the "black sun" design elevated during the Third Reich.

The mocking, faux-sacramental testimonial attached to the March 12 post is written from the perspective of someone supposedly infected with COVID-19, who describes coughing in a rabbi's face and wiping mucus on the gas pumps "every Indian-owned gas station I could find."

The anonymous poster, known as "Gas Me Daddy," circulated the Brenton Tarrant manifesto shortly after the March 15, 2019 Christchurch mosque shooting, according to Megan Squire, a computer science professor at Elon University who monitors violent white supremacists online.

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