It got famous, viral, arm raised, fascist salute, blue shirt, during a tribute to the Blue Division that took place in Madrid last February. Isabel Peralta was only 18 years old and gave a speech in which she held the Jews responsible for all the evil in the world. The public prosecutor then filed for charges a hate crime. She was praised by neo-Nazi groups from around the world and now one of the most violent has invited her to “do her training,” as CASO ABIERTO, the Iberian press channel for investigations and events, has learned.
On September 7th, Peralta flew in Madrid to Düsseldorf, the capital of the Rhineland-Palatinate country and one of the most powerful places the neo-Nazi party The III Way, as police sources told this medium. He had accepted the invitation from this neo-Nazi group to spend ten months with them, learn their propaganda and fighting techniques, and then return to Spain.
Support for Nazis
The third way it is an anti-Semitic, racist and anti-capitalist party. Its president is Klaus Armstroff, an electrician who works for the old neo-Nazi party NPD. There are also former members of the FNS, a group that Banned in Germany seven years ago. The party that will train the young Spanish neo-Nazi became famous in Germany when it organized marches Support of the Nazi war criminal Erich Priebke, discovered and processed in 1996 and he is sentenced to life imprisonment for your participation in the Slaughter of the Ardeatine Pits, 1944 in Italy.
Before he left, his fellow fascists organized a farewell party in Madrid. Your German hosts are preparing you to be your “ambassador” in Spain
Isabel Peralta has been with her German neo-Nazi “teachers” for over a month. This autumn, for example, the III way is hosting Citizen patrol groups to track down and intimidate political refugees in the state of Brandenburg. “Members and sympathizers of our national revolutionary party organize so-called border crossings at the said external borders of our home country. Well equipped, our activists now go through the border regions to track down illegal foreigners We will not stand idly by while millions of foreigners come to our country “.
The young Spanish neo-Nazi was also able to die during those first months of her stay in Germany increasingly fluid links between fascist groups and anti-vaccine movements and the measures to combat Covid. His German patrons took part in a student march against the restrictions in Dresden on October 9th. He was also able to attend training weekends, including one entitled “Basics of Communism. The Left Stinks”.
Two days before he left his Spanish fascist comrades they fired her with a party in a bar in Madrid. Isabel Peralta beamed, according to the sources consulted by this medium. She wanted to leave with all expenses and her German hosts had written several messages in which they had already called her Your “ambassador” in Spain.