A court in Russia has sentenced three members of the neo-Nazi terror gang Misanthropic Division for extremism and justifying terrorism.

We have written about the same gang, who are active in the UK, a number of times.

Fontana (in glasses) recruiting in Newcastle in 2015. Behind him is imprisoned NA member Lawrence Burns

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Misanthropic Division (MD) is regarded as the world wide front and recruiting wing for pro-Nazi militias operating in the Ukraine under the Azov Battalion.  It has members and supporters stretching from the UK to Japan and South America, and has even sent one of its recruiters, the Italian fascist Francesco Saverio Fontana on a number of visits to this country to try and recruit young neo-Nazis to go and fight in Ukraine.

Wayne Bell (right), another member of MD’s British wing.

Fontana first turned up in this country at a National Action rally in Newcastle in 2015. He was there to recruit their hard-line members to go and fight in the Ukraine. He was less than impressed.

Rekke, Jarvie and young friend active in NA & MD

He later replaced former British National Party (BNP) member and at that time the UK’s leader of  MD, Chris Livingstone, with former C18 member Rob “the postman” Gray.

There’s a full report into the Russian court case and sentencing here.

As well as Gray and Livingstone, other notable supporters of MD in this country include Wayne Bell (aka Jarvie)  who can often be found wearing an MD t-shirt, and the violent Polish neo-Nazi Radziu Rekke (aka ‘Raddik’) who lives in Manchester and the jailed Lawrence Burns.

Rob Gray: Flag man and bag man.

We contend that National Action is still involved in the preparation for terrorism. Perhaps the authorities should look closer at those who straddle both NA and MD in this country?