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Germany Expels Spanish Neo-Nazi Isabel Peralta, Who Intended to Enter the Country With a Swastika

Date: June 5, 2023 Time: 17:19:57

German border guards stopped Isabelle Medina Peralta from entering the country. They found the 19-year-old girl in possession of a flag with a swastika, a keychain with the same symbol, and Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf which was her luggage.

Germany is famous for upholding laws that prohibit swastikas and the Hitler salute. However, there have been recent cases in which Germany did not warn their German counterparts waiting on a flight to Frankfurt who happens to be related to a person under prosecution of an article of their penal code that outlaws swastikas, the Hitler salute, NSPD (Nazi Party) music, etc. This has led some German officials to want to prosecute more xenophobic and racist organizations like they are doing now.

Peralta would explain to the police that he was actually only carrying these items because he was interested in the Nazi era.

A judge’s complaint for calling for violence against Moroccan and Muslim migrants was filed by the Public Prosecutor’s Office of the Province of Madrid on November 2021.

Peralta is also in charge of the Bastión Frontal, an organization that first started out in San Blas, Madrid. One of its leaders has been arrested a few times for getting beat up by other members of the group.

The Jew is to blame

In February 2021, Isabel Peralta gave a speech to celebrate the Blue Division, Spanish troops sent by Franco to the Russian front in an effort to help the Nazi army. “Our highest duty is to fight for Spain, to fight for Europe, now weakened and destroyed by the enemy. The enemy always remains the same, although he’s in a different disguise: a Jew. […] Blame the Jew and soldiers of Spain who fought for it; they helped defend their country against forces that were trying to destroy it.”

By the end of World War II, Hitler had caused the deaths of 40-100 million people. Whether this was due to his Nazi ideology or in various death camps is unknown.

Kevin Kennedy
Kevin Kennedy
Kevin Kennedy is an associate editor for ePrimefeed covering latest news, economy and movie.

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