ORG's summer solstice the 2003rd Members gathered on the organization's logo - a solkors.
On the following pages will for the first time ever be put a name and face on a nationwide secret lodge, which for more than 20 years has served as the backbone of the far right in Denmark.
Years of patient research work have succeeded in mapping the structure, mission statement and scope of a previously unknown right extreme underground movement that brings together people from the Danish business community, military and police of football hooligans to militant neo-Nazis.
The lodge is involved in groups like the Danish Association, White Pride, Aarhus Against Mosque, Vederfølner, Denmark's National Front and the Free Press Society, but also operates its own strength training, shooting and combat sports of 'national Danes', its members have built a private school with About 200 students, based on the "Danish values". Moreover, says the secret organization behind a comprehensive, systematic registration work of "traitors", and an anonymous smear campaign against Muslims and leftists.
ORG - as the lodge is called - are gathered around a utopia of an ethnically homogeneous society, and rejects the idea of peaceful coexistence between different peoples. Several of the lodge about 100 members directly define themselves as racists, arguing for a "pure community" and are prepared to use violence to achieve their political goals.
The secret network is a larger part of the explanation that Jutland has evolved into the capital of the far right, and that football fans community around AGF is still dominated by right wing extremists. Aarhus is namely ORGS main base, while the city's local patriotic football fans for two decades has been exposed to a targeted recruitment campaign.
As will be shown below, the ORG investigation is mainly based on internal material from the lodge itself as well as sources in the community. The full story is still not able to be told, but we believe that this report may still help to qualify the debate on the extreme right in Denmark.
It is an advantage but not a necessity, to have read the report Aarhus '08, before you get started. You can click all pictures to see them in full size.
Finally we would like to send a big thank you to everyone who helped us with research this report: photographers, journalists and all the sources that have contributed to this puzzle. As we mentioned, we are aware that we do not know everything about ORG. If you have knowledge of the ORG, which could be relevant for our further research work, please drop us an email at email@example.com .
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