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article imageMexico's right wing party starts neo-Nazi group

By Valerie Benguiat     Jul 1, 2014 in World
Members of Mexico's National Action Party have created a neo-Nazi subgroup to protect the country from decadence, homosexuality and the influence of Jewish capitalists.
According to Terra news, this group is formed by 16 young members of Mexico's right wing political party (National Action Party, PAN) from the state of Jalisco. The organization was created: to protect traditional families, the catholic christian religion, the micro, small and medium enterprises, and to rewrite history through revisionism.
This group also wants to abolish legal abortion, public demonstrations for equal rights to homosexual families, and adoption by same gender couples.
The leader of the neo-Nazi group is Juan Barrera Espinosa, a member of the Mexican Chamber of Deputies, the equivalent of the lower house of Congress. The group claims that on April 20th of this year, their leader presided a celebration of the 125th anniversary of Adolf Hitler's birth date.
After this information hit the national news, Espinosa stepped down from his role as Deputy and denied having received any remuneration from the party.
Everardo Padilla Camacho, head of the Youth Action section of the PAN, claimed that the party does not support the neo-Nazi group.
People have taken social networks to mock the organization, calling the members "brownazis" due to the color of their skin.
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