Right-Wing Extremists Lurk in the Shadows
FOUR racist, extreme right-wing groups could be in the frame for the Brixton bomb.
Hitler-worshipping members of the British National Party aim to repatriate ethnic minorities, bring back capital punishment, end Euro-pean unity and seal the Irish border.
They claim the Nazi holocaust, which saw six million Jews murdered, did not actually take place.
Based in Kent, the organisation grew from the remnants of the neo-Nazi National Front in 1983.
The party recently boasted of a major election campaign, but it lost its only councillor in 1994 and has performed poorly since.
The Ku Klux Klan is a right-wing white supremist organisation notorious for race-hate murders and cross-burning in the American deep South.
For the past four years it has boasted of links in Scotland, Wales, the Midlands and east London. This side of the Atlantic, the group is known as the British Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.
It has grown in strength since Allan Beshella, a former US leader, landed on British shores. It now claims a membership list of 2800.
Police have blamed the group for a number of attacks on Jewish, black and Asian minorities. …