Thought to be the first incarnation of National Social Underground (NSU), OSS has formed cells throughout Germany. First discovered after the unauthorized purchase of pyrotechnics (explosives) in the Czech Republic, targets include Salafists, mosques and hostels for asylum seekers & refugees as well as anyone with an immigrant background.Online ActivityThough most of OSS activity is on-line, the inaugural meeting took place in November 2014 in a small garden in Frohburg in Borna in Saxony. Unofficial meetings originally took place during the demonstration "hogesa" short HoGeSa, in Cologne in October 2014.Image: 2015 Screen shot of OSS now defunct FaceBook page. The page had over 3,000 "likes" before being taken down.ChargesJanuary 13, 2016. German prosecutors charged four people with forming a right-wing extremist "terror" group which was allegedly planning a bomb attack at an inhabited refugee…
Old school Society (OSS)
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