(Clerical Fascist) The InJekt Division (ID) - Coleman Thomas Blevins

IdeologyInJekt Division has an accelerationist ideology often using the phrase 'pray for rain' as a reference to the ultimate goal, a nuclear fallout.  Their ‘clerical fascist’ ideology combines both neo-Nazi ideals with jihadism; both with fundamentalist views of Christianity and Islam.  Like many other extreme far right groups on Telegram, they also describe themselves as an 'army of hate'.Areas of OperationThe InJekt Division claims to be transnational.  Not merely having members in the United Sates but also Spain, Germany and the Isle of Man (part of the British Crown).  There were at least 329 members of the InJekt Telegram channel at the time of deletion.Alliance with FeuerkraigAfter Coleman Thomas Blevins was arrested for plotting a mass shooting at a Walmart in Kerrville, Texas InJekt Division announced a partnership with Feuerkrieg Division (FKD) assumedly to regroup with larger numbers and recruit new members under…

(Clerical Fascist) The InJekt Division (ID) - Coleman Thomas Blevins is an active group formed c. 2021.
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