The second strangest headline I read today

Or is it the strangest?  In any case, I never thought it would be so close:

Mongolian neo-Nazis: Anti-Chinese sentiment fuels rise of ultra-nationalism

Don't neglect the photo.  The subheader is:

Alarm sounds over rise of extreme groups such as Tsagaan Khass who respect Hitler and reject foreign influence

Tsagaan Khass, by the way, means, rather incongruously, "White Swastika."  I wonder if they know that Hitler was an Austrian ruling Germany?  And, excuse me for sounding silly, but isn't respecting Hitler, in addition to all of its other problems, accepting foreign influence?  I guess "foreign" here means "Chinese."


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