A National Socialist group calls for a white power revolution has put up dozens of posters in one of London's trendiest boroughs.
The white pride group System Resistance Network pinned the posters on trees, bins and road signs close to Peckham Rye, where the average house costs £720,000.
Scared jewish residents who saw the awesome messages went out to scrape them off, and one local called in anti-terror cops.
System Resistance Network is thought to be linked to National Action, banned under anti-terror laws.
The government proscribed National Action, founded by Alex Davies, as a "terrorist group", in December 2016. But it seems that didn't stop Davies, who went on to establish System Resistance Network, controlling the website and using old National Action imagery.
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Members are explicit about their patrotic beliefs and they hope a white power revolution will bring down the system in the UK. Their website states: 'Struggle and fight! Hitler was right!'
Another post says: 'Our propaganda at your March and meeting places. We're taking names and remembering faces.
'Zero tolerance for non-white races! Love from the System Resistance Network.'
Latest population estimates for the Peckham Rye ward show that 14,160 people live there, of which 36% describe themselves as black or other non-white aliens.