This video from the USA says about itself:
Aryan Brotherhood Hardest Gang In Texas Inside Prison
29 January 2016
The Aryan Brotherhood, also known as the Brand, or the AB, is a white supremacist prison gang and organized crime syndicate in the United States with about 10,000 members in and out of prison. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the gang makes up less than 0.1% of the prison population, but it is responsible for up to 30% of murders in the federal prison system. The AB has focused on the economic activities typical of organized crime entities, particularly drug trafficking, extortion, inmate prostitution, and murder-for-hire.
Organization at lower levels varies from prison to prison. For example, in the Arizona prison system, members are known as “kindred” and organize into “families”. A “council” controls the families. Kindred may recruit other members, known as “progeny”, and serve as a mentor for the new recruits. …
Like most prison gangs, Aryan Brotherhood members mark themselves with distinctive tattoos. Designs commonly include the words “Aryan Brotherhood”, “AB”,” 666, Nazi symbolism such as SS, sig runes, and swastikas, as well as shamrocks and Celtic iconography.
Neo-Nazis involved in Sacramento’s violent melee have vowed to defend Trump supporters at the upcoming Republican National Convention.
Neo-nazi skinhead groups have promised to defend Donald Trump supporters at the upcoming Republican National Convention in Cleveland next month, Traditionalist Worker Party spokesman Matt Parrott told McClatchyDC on Monday.
The ‘Traditionalist Worker Party’ paramilitary gang is linked to the Daily Stormer Internet hate site. That site is named after Der Sturmer, the German twentieth century anti-Semitic nazi weekly. Its editor Julius Steicher got the death penalty at the Nuremberg trials for his role in the Holocaust.
In a FAQ blog post on the Daily Stormer, the reply to the question what should happen to the Jews is that they should all be gassed.
The reply to the question what should happen to homosexuals is they should be gassed as well.
“We’re essentially just going to show up and make sure that the Donald Trump supporters are defended from the leftist thugs,” Parrot told McClatchy in an exclusive interview.
Traditionalist Worker Party leader Matthew Heimbach had previously gained notoriety for assulting a young black female protester while wearing a “Make America great again” baseball cap at a Trump rally in Louisville, Kentucky, earlier this year.
Parrott’s comments take place after his organization, described by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a white nationalist extremist group, staged a rally in Sacramento, California on Sunday, leaving 10 people injured.
The incident has fueled concerns about the potential for violent protests outside the major party conventions in Cleveland and Philadelphia this summer and in the run-up to the Nov. 8 presidential election.
“I think everybody is concerned about the potential for violence at the convention,” said Ryan Lenz, senior writer for the Southern Poverty Law Center told McClatchy.
The melee comes about four months after four people were stabbed during a scuffle between members of the Ku Klux Klan and counter-protesters near a KKK rally in Anaheim, California.
In recent months Trump has blamed “professional agitators” and “thugs” for violence that has broken out at many of the Republican candidate’s rallies.
According to a report released by the SPLC in March, the number of hate groups operating in 2015 was 14 percent higher than in 2014.
In its “Intelligence Report,” the Southern Poverty Law Center hinted at a possible correlation between the recent rise in extremism and the campaign rhetoric of presidential candidates like Donald Trump.
The report falls short of holding Trump directly responsible for the recent surge in hate groups, but says that his “demonizing statements about Latinos and Muslims have electrified the radical right.”
Amid nationwide protests against police violence. Officials prepare for mass repression at Republican National Convention in Cleveland: here.