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Neo-Nazism (literally new Nazism) is the ideology of post-World War II political movements seeking to revive Nazism.
The exact ideals adopted by neo-Nazi movements differ, but they often include allegiance to Adolf Hitler, anti-Semitism, racism, xenophobia, nationalism, White nationalism, militarism, and homophobia. Neo-Nazis often use the symbols of Nazi Germany, such as the swastika, Sig Runes, and the red-white-black color scheme. Some groups and individuals who support the ideology openly declare themselves as Nazis or neo-Nazis, but others eschew those terms to avoid social stigma or legal consequences. Some European countries have laws prohibiting the expression of pro-Nazi, racist or anti-Semitic views, thus no significant political party would describe itself as neo-Nazi in those countries.
Neo-Nazi activity appears to be a global phenomenon, with organized representation in almost every western country, as well as international networks. Despite this, modern Nazi groups are extremely marginalized by the stigma inherent in their politics. Individuals who have attempted to revive Nazism include Colin Jordan, George Lincoln Rockwell, Savitri Devi, Francis Parker Yockey, William Pierce, Eddy Morrison, and David Myatt.