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Czech Police propose charging 15 women with promoting neo-Nazism – Romea.cz

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“The detectives charge that the women, who range in age from 22 to 33, have contributed to organizing various events as members of the movement in 13 separate cases and have produced and distributed RWU promotional materials since at least 2007. According to police, they particularly promoted the movement at events organized for ultra-right patrons. They also published invitations to such events and other materials on the Internet.

Resistance Women Unity is a Czech women’s organization established in summer 2007. Its aim is to contribute to strengthening opposition against a system that RWU believes is “aimed against the long-term survival of white families”. According to its proclamations, RWU wants to reach out to women in the pro-national movement, to promote “the traditional family structure”, and to speak out against feminism, among other things.”

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