While I identify with Fascism, there is a problem in the world today with the global rise of Neo-Nazism. It is no longer a white movement, instead it is spreading to other ethnic groups. For example: Despite being Mongolians and not White, a part of one of the many main Nazi belief systems views Mongolia as important as it is the only place to get to the secret mole people kingdom (I paraphrased this belief system, but this entails the majority of this sect of Nazism) so they get credit for being in Nazi Canon. However, Nazism isn't about racial purity despite most people believe it is. For those who believe it is about racial purity, I use the evidence that the Nazis had extremely close ties to the Japanese despite they are very different in ethnic and cultural aspects. This can be further displayed by alliances made between LaRouchians with Black Pride and Islamofascists during the 80s. Nazism isn't about racial purity so much as ideological purity of fascism. This form of ideological Nazism displayed in the Mongolians isn't dangerous as they aren't inciting violence, instead they are an nationalistic ideology that has legitimate concerns about Imperialist China. Instead, the rise of racial purity Nazism is another matter. All over the Western world, the rise of White Neo-Nazism has become a dangerous threat. As I have shown you with the Mongolians, that racial groups that would have not been accepted as Nazi or "pure german" now identify with Neo-Nazism, such as Russian, Latin-American, and Indian (Hindi) Neo-Nazi groups. These groups are becoming more and more vocal and violent. What is more concerning is the rising popularity of these groups and how they are spreading. With a political ideology vacuum in the Middle East, I fear that Neo-Nazism can rise to popularity in those countries as well. In the Book Black Sun: Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism and the Politics of Identity, Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke examines how Neo-Nazism is now becoming more and more religious in nature, that the similarities between early outlawed Christians and the modern Neo-Nazi groups can be made. In one of the Chapters, a leading Neo-Nazi movement in America Leader said that "2011 would be the beginning of the Neo-Nazi movement in its fullest." With the spread of the Arab Spring globally, it is possible that these groups will make considerable political gains not just in the Middle East, but in other countries as well.