The most experienced members of the paramilitary group Slovenski Branci train weapon handling and shooting during a training camp in the forest, a two hour drive from the Slovakian capital Bratislava. Youth as young as 15 learn to defend themselves and their country against chemical and biological attacks. The paramilitary group Slovenski Branci has eight active departments, around 200 members and is the largest paramilitary group in the country. It is built on strong and aggressive nationalism, and the security police describes them as right wing and dangerous. According to the report Â«Radicals in UniformsÂ», published in 2015 by Centre for European and North Atlantic Affairs in Bratislava, the group has close links to extreme right wing movements.
In the spring of 2016 we start a year long journey trough some of the darkest places of Europe. Among fascists, nazis, muslim haters, nationalists and right wing populists in 14 countries. What drives them? Why do they hate?