The far-right movement stokes fears of a ‘great replacement’ and has branches around the world. After the New Zealand massacre, it’s under growing scrutiny
Austrian police say that the leader of that country’s Identitarian Movement, Martin Sellner, received a €1,500 donation from someone whose name matched that of the accused Christchurch killer.
The nature of the connection between the alleged killer and Sellner is still being investigated, following a police raid of Sellner’s home in Vienna on Monday. But what is the Identitarian Movement, and who are the people associated with it?