It has long been recognized that fascism was not killed off in World War II, and in this chilling documentary by Stephan Lejeune, two brutal neo-Nazi groups in Belgium are investigated, interviewed, and their agenda of hate crimes laid bare. The VMO and the Front de la Jeunesse have weekend training sessions in hand-to-hand combat and guerrilla warfare. They spout racist, anti-Semitic, and anti-Marxist slogans and hold conferences and conventions under the guise of "Christians for Peace" or similar titles. After noting that the offices of a magazine were bombed in the aftermath of an anti-fascist article focused on these youth movements, Lejeune warns that although the speeches of these men may sound irrational and ludicrous, that does not mean the men are not dangerous.
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