Campaign for violent neo-nazi satanist cult ONA to be outlawed as a terror group

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londonmyst
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Finally, a high profile campaign to ban membership and funding of the ONA (also known as the O9A, Order of Nine Angles/Order of Nine Angels).

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Operating since the 1970s, the ONA is one of the most bloodthirsty and extreme of satanist groups in existence.
They combine a self-professed "devotion to depravity", vicious race hate, violent satan worship, the glorification of nazism and an international offshoot/loose alliance system to facilitate links with various terrorist & neo-nazi factions located across the globe.
The ONA are nothing like the Satanic Temple in the usa.
They are not clowns,online trolls or atheist activists using satanist bluffing to get a laugh out of scaring bible believing hardliners.

Over the last 40 years, one of the most disturbing features of ONA activities has been their prolific production of material soliciting the most horrifying of crimes and terrorist acts.
ONA literature advocates genocide, hate crime murder, rape, human sacrifice, ritualistic sexual violence and the terrorist overthrow of government.

One of the ONA's co-founders authored a terrorist manual in the 80s.
Since the 1990s, ONA publications have regularly been discovered in the possession/homes of convicted terrorists including: David Copeland ('London nail bomber'), Germany's infamous National Socialist Underground terror cell, jailed members of National Action, Atomwaffen and Nazi Sonnenkrieg Division (SKD).
ONA content is mostly distributed online; through LHP forums, satanist chat sites, Telegram channels and encrypted digital platforms.

Hopefully the campaign will attract enough MPs and public support to ensure that the ONA will soon become a prescribed terror group.
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Seems like the Home Office is already looking into it.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51682760
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Seems like the Home Office is already looking into it.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51682760
Better late than never.
Although it may well take a very large number of signatures to attract significant media attention.
Bolstering support for either swift prescriptive action or parliamentary discussions about the activities of the ONA.
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Aside from publishing some dubious material (one would point out you can happily buy DIY bomb manuals from the US army online) and believing in some rather unpleasant theories, have they actually done anything or?
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Aside from publishing some dubious material (one would point out you can happily buy DIY bomb manuals from the US army online) and believing in some rather unpleasant theories, have they actually done anything or?
Yes.
ONA activities extend far beyond just writing grossly offensive lhp content, spreading vicious conspiracy theories on the internet and ranting loudly in the library. I deeply resent the latter.

One of the co-founders is notorious for soliciting terrorism, acts of violent criminality and fatal attacks upon other people's animals (allegedly as part of devil worshipping blood rituals).
For decades he has been infiltrating race hate groups, terrorist factions and sordid lhp movements all over the world; a practice described as "insight".
The purpose is to obtain access to a new potential membership base, new tactics and support networks.
Poaching the members, tapping the funding sources and playing tactical copycat whenever it seems convenient.
He also seems to enjoy encouraging rapists and wannabe perverts to upload their foulest footage to the ONAs delightful "RapeWaffen" telegram channel.

He's well travelled; in terms of both who he keeps company with and where he goes for walkies.
NF splinter groups bashing/robbing/drug dealing all over england, northern irish paramilitaries, combat 18, a variety of international terrorists (mostly theocratic suicide bombing fans and national socialist lowlifes).
Thrown out of hamas after they caught him praying to satan and were too traumatised to cope with him & his creepy sacrificial offerings. :laugh:
His old pals must have thought that half their prayers had been answered when he switched his focus to ingratiating himself with salafi terror factions. Then moved on to making friends with the bad boys of buddhism and the neo-nazis that hitler didn't want the bother of potty training.
He and his cult members have no consideration for their neighbours, the prison service or the hard pressed public purse of the many different countries that have to bear the brunt of their crime sprees.
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(Original post by Napp)
Aside from publishing some dubious material (one would point out you can happily buy DIY bomb manuals from the US army online) and believing in some rather unpleasant theories, have they actually done anything or?
You don't even have to buy them from the US army, the CIA dropped leaflets of how to be a terrorist all over Nicaragua.
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Any Neo-Nazi group should automatically be labelled a terrorist organisation, these people have intention to kill just like their Islamist friends
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Never heard of them.
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i believed the government was very tolerant towards terror groups?
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Seems like the Home Office is already looking into it.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51682760
Well thank God the government is taking such swift action against some obscure cult that literally nobody had heard of until now and don't appear to have ever actually done anything significant besides LARPing around like edgy teenage goths. Meanwhile tens of thousands of young English girls continue to be subjected to sexual slavery and torture every year at the hands of grooming gangs who also happen to follow a certain 'cult', and was covered up and ignored for decades by the authorities....

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/u...-a9215261.html
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Any Neo-Nazi group should automatically be labelled a terrorist organisation
I agree.
Neo-nazi groups are vile, vicious and the membership are usually habitual criminals on a violent crime spree seeking to terrorise.

It would be difficult to keep track of all the different organisations and enforce though.
Not all neo-nazis are loudmouths, they often hate each other as well as the rest of the world and get into violent spats- then form new splinter groups very frequently.
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Never heard of them.
Lucky you, I wish I hadn't.
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(Original post by ithinkimbipolar)
i believed the government was very tolerant towards terror groups?
Over 80 terror groups are proscribed under the Terrorism Act 2000.
From northern irish paramilitary terror factions to all manner of violent tribal separatists, theocratic religious factions, neo-nazis and anarcho-marxist liberation fronts.
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