Translation of neo-Nazi in Spanish:

neo-Nazi

neonazi, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌnioʊˈnɑtsi//niːə(ʊ)ˈnɑːtsi/

adjective

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    neonazi
    • And this part of the world needs no reminding of the religious underpinnings of neo-Nazi racism during Apartheid, etc.
    • These guys had nothing to do with neo-Nazi movements, but everybody was into reggae and ska and the whole two-tone thing, and we really got into it in the late '70s.
    • A normally sleepy town, York was overrun with neo-Nazi skinheads, rival anarchists and so-called antiracists, six weeks ago.
    • The men from the yellow school bus are members of the Minneapolis-based National Socialist Movement, the second largest neo-Nazi group in the country.
    • She's unrepentant about that period, and she is a focus for all sorts of neo-Nazi activities, which she never, really, distances herself from.
    • Under such conditions, the social and political crisis is providing fertile ground for right-wing and neo-Nazi demagogy.
    • It was the latest in a wave of neo-Nazi acts sweeping the country.
    • The court rejected a motion by the plaintiff that it consider evidence that P had been heard playing neo-Nazi music.
    • There are certain things you don't want to know about, such as neo-Nazi fascist hatred.
    • The KKK today remains dedicated to white supremacy and radical nativism and has ties to other Fascist and neo-Nazi groups, including the Aryan Nations and the Order.
    • He enjoys his only happy moments when he is being applauded by neo-Nazi audiences, to whom he lectures on his evidence.
    • Recent political events, both national and international, have made the Ghetto once again a sensitive spot in Venice. Frequent anti-Semitic and neo-Nazi graffiti have appeared there.
    • But in the wake of neo-Nazi poll victories in September, the government is screening potential buyers to ensure it does not become a Nazi shrine.
    • Some of these groups were neo-Nazi militias, and participated in ‘ethnic cleansing’ in their conquered territories.
    • The third started in the late 1980s and has involved the DVU and various groups of militant neo-Nazi activists.
    • While its presentation of an omnipresent police state is filled with stunning eye candy and unique action set pieces, it is missing a heart, a reason to care about what happens to the characters within this neo-Nazi regime.
    • Many have internalized a toxic mix of elements drawn from Medieval European anti-Semitic iconography and neo-Nazi conspiracy theory.
    • Also found were machine guns and other illegal weapons; hundreds of thousands of rounds of ammunition; and a variety of neo-Nazi literature.
    • Official policies were not only an important cause of neo-Nazi violence; it also ignored it, played it down and encouraged it for a long time.
    • Spanish police arrested 19 neo-Nazi youths after they beat up a man they found ‘dirty and badly dressed,’ Madrid police officials said on Monday.

noun

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    neonazi masculine
    • Not surprisingly, a lot of German neo-Nazis skirt their own laws by publishing their rubbish abroad, especially in the USA where it's perfectly legal.
    • I point out that, to the contrary, neo-Nazis are prone to very complex thinking - since their view of the world is contradicted on every hand.
    • In the past, I've criticized Klansmen, neo-Nazis, and anti-abortion terrorists.
    • The area was such a bastion of neo-Nazis he was routinely beaten up or followed home by a van full of abusive members of the far right shouting threats.
    • By the time they get out of jail the Wall has fallen, but one of the youths becomes a leading neo-Nazi in the newly reunited Germany.
    • Last year, the German government had sought to ban the ultra-rightist party, which maintains close relations with militant neo-Nazis.
    • With the exception of a few crazed neo-Nazis, I believe everyone in the world is glad they were not born into a place where they were raised as anti-Semitic slaves to the state.
    • The decision of city authorities to grant the neo-Nazis permission to march in North Toledo was a clear provocation.
    • Two years ago Schröder reacted to widespread indignation at the increasingly bold activities of right-wing skinheads and neo-Nazis by calling for a ‘rebellion by decent people.’
    • It is routine for the German federal government to condemn violence against foreigners when the violence is committed by neo-Nazis and racists on the street.
    • We broke up, and he transformed into a neo-Nazi, spouting their racist rhetoric.
    • This has produced a backlash of populist anti-immigrant feeling, as well as unpleasant groups of neo-Nazis.
    • The secret service estimates that approximately 2,200 activists out of a potential 2,400 neo-Nazis are involved in such Kameradschaften.
    • The label ‘terrorist’ has rarely stuck to German neo-Nazis.
    • With the knowledge and backing of both intelligence authorities, the two neo-Nazis distributed the CDs, including lyrics calling for murder, with a circulation of 3,000 copies.
    • Virulent anti-Semitism remains central to the perverted worldview of neo-Nazis in Europe, the US and elsewhere.
    • I would look instead to the neo-Nazis, the bomb-makers and lone extremists for the real action.
    • For example, neo-Nazis are permitted to distribute their propaganda completely unhindered and even to operate their own radio station.
    • As I have pointed out elsewhere, modern-day German neo-Nazis are demonstrably just as Leftist as Hitler was.
    • Some of these populist movements originated on the extreme right or contain neo-Nazis and fascists.
    • German police detained 71 neo-Nazis during a march in memory of Adolf Hitler's deputy Rudolf Hess in the Bavarian town where he was buried after his 1987 suicide.
    • The government, moreover, rarely misses an opportunity to call for expanded state powers and restrictions on democratic rights on the pretext of combating the neo-Nazis.
    • It also reminded me of the leering German neo-Nazis, described in Ray Hill's 1980's book The Other Face of Terror (also a film) when he was working undercover as an anti-fascist mole.
    • I'd have to say this is a film made for people who are interested in this part of German history, and for those who don't mind neo-Nazis and prison violence.
    • I won't even mention that Johnny Adair's first post-release visitors to Bolton were a group of German neo-Nazis.
    • He did his level best to make life hell for everyone he did not like in this country, a sentiment that is not restricted to neo-Nazis let alone Germans.
    • The Home Secretary spoke of asylum seekers swamping doctor surgeries and schools - this terminology only helps legitimize the far right, the neo-Nazis.
    • And in a separate development on Friday, three neo-Nazis from Milton Keynes were sent back to Britain after arriving at Brussels airport from Heathrow.
    • Apparently this is a code used by neo-Nazis to refer to Hitler (the eighth letter of the alphabet is H, thus 88 is HH, standing for Heil Hitler), and Jewish groups in Italy are up in arms.
    • Canadians believe that, aside from isolated acts by bigots and neo-Nazis, racism is not deeply embedded in our culture and social institutions.
    • Although directed against neo-Nazis today, tomorrow they can be used against any opposition, particularly one that is based upon the independent interests of the working class and the struggle for socialism.
    • There are Israeli neo-Nazis, would you believe it?
    • I have no doubt that most, if not all of them, are neo-Nazis who deny the Holocaust and who are racist and anti-Semitic.