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UK NewsFar-right activist from Generation Identity serving on Trident nuclear submarine

18:35  25 august  2019
18:35  25 august  2019 Source:   inews.co.uk

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Far-right activist from Generation Identity serving on Trident nuclear submarine © Provided by Johnston Publishing Ltd

A member of the far-right Generation Identity group was posted to serve on the submarine carrying Trident nuclear missiles, anti-extremism campaigners have alleged.

The revelation surfaced in Hope Not Hate's wide-ranging report into the identitarian movement, which advocates a conspiracy theory that "white people are being deliberately erased through immigration and racial mixing."

Far-right activist from Generation Identity serving on Trident nuclear submarine © Provided by Johnston Publishing Ltd

Undercover reporter Ben van der Merwe spent five months infiltrating the UK branch of Generation Identity, uncovering links to proscribed neo-Nazi terror group National Action.

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Member of Identitarian Movement ‘due to start work on Navy’s nuclear Trident sub’. “When we realised far - right activists from a group whose stated goal is the ethnic cleansing of Europe were in The messages show that Generation Identity UK was expelled by the movement’s pan-European

Member of Identitarian Movement ‘due to start work on Navy’s nuclear Trident sub’. “When we realised far - right activists from a group whose stated goal is the ethnic cleansing of Europe were in The messages show that Generation Identity UK was expelled by the movement’s pan-European

It was at the UK branch's conference in London on 27 July that the reporter learned at least two members are currently serving in the Royal Navy.

Nuclear submarine

Mr Van der Merwe explained that the infiltration "was meant to be a long-term, factfinding project," but decided to blow the whistle after learning that one of the men was set to take up a position "as a sonar engineer on board a Trident-armed nuclear submarine."

He said: "[It was] shocking that two members of a group with such dangerous links, and whose openly-stated end-goal is the ethnic cleansing of Europe, could serve in the Royal Navy, one of them aboard a nuclear submarine."

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Exposed: Two Royal Navy members including one set to start work on a Trident nuclear submarine 'are activists Trident recruit said that Navy knew of his links with far - right Generation Identity . Two far - right extremists part of a group which allegedly supports 'ethnic cleansing' and has links with

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A spokesperson for the Department of Defence told The Observer: "It would be inappropriate to comment specifically on these allegations.

"We take allegations of this nature very seriously and would always carry out investigations into such matters when they are made against service personnel."

Infiltration

Hope Not Hate collected extensive details about the far-right group's membership, communications and operations.

The anti-extremism group explained that while the Generation Identity UK branch has "less than 50" active members, "one can never judge the threat of a far-right movement by its scale alone."

Activists from Generation Identity at the Conservative Party conference in 2018

Its report adds: "It only takes one radicalised person to plant a bomb or attack a mosque, and when it comes to exploring the threat posed by GI, one has to go beyond the number of activists it musters for demonstrations and stunts and explore the reach and influence of its ideas.

"Indeed, their modus operandi is influencing public debate through media-savvy campaigns and actions."

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Mr Van der Merwe said: "Over the five months that I was inside Generation Identity, I uncovered some truly chilling examples of crass racism and violent rhetoric.

"In contrast to the slick, respectable image that the group works so hard to cultivate, it is clear that they are happy to associate themselves with the most extreme elements of the far right when out of the public eye."

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