When one thinks of "neo nazis" most probably imagine younger white males with shaved hair or the tattooed biker types like what we saw from the alt right at the Charlottesville event in the USA.
But in Germany in which was once the heart of the Third Reich...there are older Germans who still admire the types of ideologies that we saw from the Reich. At about the 27 min mark of the following video we can see the old guard still alive and well..these are the real deal in other words these are the actual people whom lived in and served the Third Reich. These types of old Germans have some support from the younger generation of the world. We clearly see even in the United States and UK their are some so called Nazi sympathizers.
There has been a lot of talk about this subject, that is the topic of so called race and religion and how to to treat people. During WW2 Germany did not want anything to do with Jewish refugees, it was even worse one could say Germany sought to jail or destroy European Jewish refugees in the UK and other parts of Europe.
Today we hear how some people want to put Muslim refugees on trains and send them back to ISIL land or we should do what the Third Reich did to so called unwanted immigrants, some are less aggressive saying they dont want anything to do with Muslim refugees and we need to look at some of the non democratic countries in the world in order to learn how to deal with Muslims. One would think that everyone can learn from WW2 but its not the case, to this day their are those whom speak out against minorities and immigrants. Otoh it does seem the allied mentality is still winning post WW2...worldwide we see folks saying to follow in the ways of not Hitler or the modern day non democratic countries...but to follow in the way of Jesus and the honorable Christian men and women of the middle ages...today the refugee whether Muslim or not should be assisted. When it comes to the modern refugee issue and world immigration issues ....one should learn from the United States which has historically welcomed immigrants and during WW2 saved the lives of hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing the Reich.