This video from the USA says about itself:
Teenage Sisters Singing: Neo-Nazi Beliefs Have Changed as These Two Girls Grew Up
20 July 2011
By Zoe Streatfield in Britain:
People power forces neonazis to cancel gig
Tuesday 18th October 2016
ANTI-RACIST campaigners claimed victory yesterday after a neonazi concert due to be held in Scotland later this month was cancelled.
US white power band Bound for Glory were booked to perform in Falkirk this Saturday but cancelled the gig due to fears that anti-racist activists would target the event.
The cancellation was announced on Sunday by organiser Vicky Pearson, who said the concert had to be called off due to a combination of adverse media attention, the likelihood that the US band members would be refused entry into Britain and fears that the venue would pull out.
A spokesman for anti-racist and anti-fascist campaign group Hope not Hate said: “While obviously we will remain vigilant to ensure that she [Ms Pearson] is true to her word, we can celebrate a huge victory for people power.”
Labour MSP Neil Findlay, who also pushed for the gig’s cancellation said: “This is really good news — groups like this have no other purpose than to spread division and hate.
“We must always to be vigilant to ensure they don’t play in any of our communities.”
More than 1,700 people contacted their MPs and MSPs over the weekend expressing their disgust at the event.
However, more than 500 tickets had been sold for what was believed to be the biggest-ever white supremacist gig in Scotland.
Mr Matheson said: “There is no place for hatred of this kind in Scotland.”
Last week The Washington Post published a story about Derek Black, son of Don Black, the founder of the white nationalist website Stormfront. The story is about a boy who grew up taught to hate other races and religions. He became a leader for his family’s cause. Then he went to college, and everything changed. Eli Saslow, the reporter, tells Derek Black’s story with an empathetic eye. We spoke to Saslow about this story by phone on Thursday. This interview has been condensed and edited: here.