Neo-Nazi group Antipodean Resistance has spread to South Australia and plastered hundreds of recruitment stickers across Adelaide.
Some of the stickers featured a swastika with the group’s name printed around it, while others declared the organisation to be ’21st Century Hitler Youth’.
Member posted photos on Thursday of stickers they put up in the Adelaide suburbs of Moana, Semaphore, Seaford, and Tea Tree Gully.
Earlier in the ‘December Action Report’ posted on its website, Antipodean Resistance claimed to put up 250 stickers in the city’s north.
‘The South Australian chapter garnered fresh recruits recently and sprung into more action this month,’ it bragged.
Locations hit included street signs, left-wing posters put up earlier, pubs, bus stops, along main roads, and a shopping centre.
Weeks earlier the group hit the Bathurst campus of Charles Sturt over the Christmas break as part of a long-running campaign at universities.
One of the posters showed a shriveled figure menacingly holding up its hands with the words ‘reject Jewish poison’ underneath.
Another read ‘national socialism or nothing’ along with a picture of Adolf Hitler wearing sunglasses and a third asked ‘life or death? family or f****try?’
Others featuring swastikas and white supremacist messages urged students to join the Antipodean Resistance ‘organising in your area’.
‘Our people are being brainwashed by the education system and media to hate themselves, their culture and traditions,’ the group told the Central Western Daily.
‘This leads to the destruction of community, alienation and hopelessness for our youth.
‘We are being replaced by foreign hordes, in the nation that we had made into one of the best countries in the world due to the labour and struggle of our white European people.’
Antipodean Resistance’s website declared Australia to be ‘terminally ill’ and claimed a ‘national socialist’ revolution was the only way to save it.
‘We oppose substance abuse, homosexuality, and all other rotten, irresponsible distractions laid before us by Jews and globalist elites,’ it read.
CSU said it quickly took down the posters and would not tolerate offensive material on its campus.
‘The posters were detected by campus security staff over the weekend and were removed at the earliest possible opportunity,’ it said.
Antipodean Resistance’s ‘December action report’ bragged about stickering the university along with other sites around Australia.
Other recent posters claimed gay couples were 30 times more likely to molest children and that same-sex marriage enabled paedophilia.
A festive-themed poster showed the group’s skull logo wearing a Santa hat with ‘dreaming of a white Christmas’ underneath with various minorities crossed out.
Another common slogan was ‘no drugs, no degeneracy, no tolerance’.
The group also runs secretive camps, most recently in October, to indoctrinate youthful recruits and teach them to fight.
Photos from the camp in rural Victoria showed recruits with their faces obscured making Nazi salutes and holding the Nazi flag and swastikas.
Antipodean Resistance first showed up in late 2016 and put up racist and homophobic posters around Melbourne university.
They called for ‘sh**skins’, ‘ni***s’ and ‘chi**s’ to get out of Australia, and to ‘get the sodomites off our streets’ with a gay zombie being shot in the head.