Neo-Nazi stickers have appeared in a neighbourhood in Thanet, including ones reading “Happy Birthday Fuhrer”, just days after National Action members involved in far-right stickering campaigns were sentenced to prison.
The stickers in Thanet, which were brought to the attention of Campaign Against Antisemitism by a concerned member of the public who noticed them on her Nextdoor app, also featured the phrases “Nationalist Socialist Zone” and “Rest in Honour my Fuhrer”.
The vandalism was on posts around Northumberland Avenue and Millmead.
The report comes just days after members of the proscribed National Action group were sentenced to prison, having engaged, amongst other activities, in far-right stickering and recruitment campaigns.
At the time, Campaign Against Antisemitism commented that we have monitored and reported on far-right stickering operations, including on university campuses, for a long time, including by the new far-right Hundred Handers group. We continue to call on the authorities to take action against these seemingly low-level incidents, including because they are gateways into more heinous and dangerous activity.