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Mexico - Nazi and Neonazi movements: Creole Pride

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[Creole Pride flag] image reported by Chris Martinez, March 04, 2002.
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While doing a project on Nazis in Latin America, I found these two flags: a "Creole pride" flag and the "unofficial official" (I guess) flag of the Mexican Nazi Party (PNSM).
The "Creole pride" flag is the traditional flag that most Nazi groups uses, with a "Baroque cross" as its symbol. According to the so-called official site of the PNSM it sybolizes the Creole people of Mexico who gained independence during the 19th Century.
Creoles are basically any person born in the Americas of European [mainly Spaniard] parents, but I'm guessing now it could also apply to the children of Creoles since most immigration to Mexico these days consisted of blacks from the Carribean and Asians, which those guys hate!.

Chris Martinez, March 04, 2002.