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‘This is an attack on us’: Neo-Nazis plan new protest opposing removal of Confederate statue in Kentucky

Looks like the Nazis are at it again. According to the Lexington Herald-Leader, members of a group organizing under the “Nationalist Front” banner (a neo-Nazi group started in Germany in the 1980’s) plan to rally in Lexington, Kentucky in opposition to the removal of two...
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