Germany’s Other Anti-Globalists: Neo-Nazis Against the G-8

With the international media focused on the violent clashes between left-wing “anti-globalization” activists and German police at the anti-G-8 protest in Rostock this past weekend, another component of Germany’s broad “anti-globalization” consensus will have passed largely unperceived: namely, the neo-Nazis of the National-Democratic Party of Germany or NPD. Under the motto “There is no such thing as fair globalization,” an NPD-sponsored anti-G-8 demonstration had been scheduled to take place in the nearby city of Schwerin on Saturday, the same day as the “leftist” demonstration in Rostock. The NPD protest was, however, cancelled at the last minute, as the state supreme […]

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