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Australian neo-Nazi group peppers schools with racist fliers

“Keep Australia White.” That's the message Melbourne schoolteachers found papered on the walls of their institutions this weekend. White supremacists had broken into three schools and hung at least 60 racist posters. Some fliers offered up hateful anti-immigrant messages. One read “Stop the hordes.” Another called to legalize the killing of Jewish people. A third encouraged young […]
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