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Nationalist Social Club stages second rally at home of Massachusetts governor

A neo-Nazi group holds a 12-minute demonstration, purportedly in opposition to immigration policy.

Maura Healey
Maura Healey. Credit: Massachusetts Governor’s Office via Wikimedia Commons.

The Nationalist Social Club (NSC-131), a New England-based neo-Nazi group, protested on Feb. 10 outside the suburban home of Massachusetts Gov. Maura Healey, the second such incident since October. Twenty-five people, who alleged a “migrant invasion” of the state, participated in a 12-minute demonstration that night before leaving.

Photos shared on X showed people dressed in black wearing ski masks, and holding torches and a poster that said, “We’re not going anywhere.”

State troopers and members of the police department in Arlington monitored the scene but made no arrests.

According to the ADL, members of the organization “consider themselves soldiers fighting a war against a hostile, Jewish-controlled system that is deliberately plotting the extinction of the white race.”

The group previously held protests in 2022 and 2023 at hotels that offered emergency shelters to immigrants. The choice of targets expresses the neo-Nazis’ belief in the “Great Replacement Theory,” which asserts the existence of a Jewish conspiracy to replace white Americans with non-white immigrants.

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