Harald Neubauer (born 3 December 1951 in Hamburg) is a German politician and journalist from the far-right scene. He was a Member of the European Parliament from 1989 to 1994. In 1992 he became co-editor of the far-right monthly Nation Europa.… more
Lars Patrick Berg (born January 22, 1966) is a politician of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party and a Member of the European Parliament. He is member of two Catholic student fraternities, and reserve lieutenant colonel of the German… more
The German MP and deputy group chairman of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, Beatrix von Storch (born May 27, 1971), is a descendant of the European noble house of Oldenburg. Born in 1971 as a duchess of Oldenburg, she is the… more
The press spokesman and board member of the far-right AfD party in Saxony, Andreas Albrecht Harlaß, has been connected to several neo-Nazi groups and contexts. On his Facebook page Harlaß is regularly posting pictures of his devotional objects of… more
The Alternative for Germany (AfD) politician Siegbert Droese grew up as the youngest of three siblings in a Lutheran family in the GDR. Shortly before the Berlin wall fell, he escaped to Western Germany, where he resumed his education as a hotelier… more
Ignacio Arsuaga Rato (*1973) is a Spanish lawyer and Catholic Right campaigner. He is the founder and president of the Spanish anti-LGBTIQ platform HazteOir.org ("Make Yourself Heard"), and also of the internationally operating Christian Right… more
The German Olaf Rose is an far-right historian and politician of the neo-Nazi NPD party. Olaf Rose was born in Arnsberg in 1958. After his civil service he studied history and German language and literature at the Ruhr-University Bochum. As a… more
Bela Ewald Althans (born 23 March 1966 in Bremen) was formerly a German neo-Nazi activist, who had allegedly worked as an informant of the Bavarian domestic security service (Verfassungsschutz). Once the leading organizer in Germany’s neo-Nazi… more
Christian Worch (*1956) is one of the leading German neo-Nazi cadre since the late 1970s, and founder of the around 600 member strong1 German far-right party Die Rechte ("The Right," DR) in 2012. DR links directly into some of the most notorious… more
Gottfried Heinrich Küssel (born 10 September 1958 in Vienna)1 is an Austrian Holocaust denier, right-wing extremist publicist and key figure in the Austrian and German neo-Nazi scene. He was known above all for his leadership of the militant neo-… more
Matthias Deyda1 (born ca. 1992) is the foreign affairs representative2 of the 600-member strong3 German far-right minority party Die Rechte ("The Right," DR). He is a leading figure in the Dortmund neo-Nazi scene, and appears regularly on… more
Mário Machado (*1977), is considered among the most influential right-wing extremist activists in Portugal1 2 and is the founder and leader of several neo-Nazi groups. Machado has a long criminal record that includes racial discrimination, violent… more