Some 65 years after the fall of Nazi Germany, there is growing concern that the spirit of Adolf Hitler still lives in the country, the Christian Broadcast Network reports today (October 26, 2010).
"Young men are attracted because there are no alternatives in the village except this group who are aggressive, who are male, chauvinist, and dominating the scene," explained Hajo Funke, a neo-Nazi expert at the Free University of Berlin.
A recent report revealed one out of twenty 15-year-old German boys belongs to a neo-Nazi group -- a number no other political party can claim.
Matthias Adrian -- a former neo-Nazi -- compared the movement to a cult. He said he was convinced that Jews were an evil force that controlled the world. He added that neo-Nazi groups have hidden weapons caches throughout Germany.