BRITAIN's youngest terrorist spread chilling neo-Nazi propaganda in the UK after joining a far-right group run by a 13-year-old Estonian schoolboy.
The boy, now 16, joined the extremist Feuerkrieg Division (FKD) in 2018 and went on to run its UK branch in the summer of 2019.
The teen – who cannot be named for legal reasons – spoke about "gassing" Jewish people, hanging homosexuals and wanting to "shoot up their parades" in chilling exchanges.
While running the cell from his gran's cottage in Cornwall, he also enlisted autistic Brit Paul Dunleavy, 17, who was jailed for more than five years last year for plotting a terrorist attack.
The FKD is a white supremacist group which has called for a 'white jihad' against minority groups including Jews, Muslims, gays and lesbians.
Since being launched by an Estonian schoolboy, it has recruited members from across the world – including a growing number from the UK.
Its founder – who calls himself Commander FKD – cannot be prosecuted in Estonia due to being under the age of criminal responsibility in his homeland.
Members have praised racist mass killers including Brenton Tarrant, who massacred 51 Muslims in an attack on mosques in New Zealand, and white supremacist Anders Breivik, who slaughtered 77 people in Norway.
Its leader even shared the prison addresses of Breivik and Tarrant, so members could 'send Christmas and birthday cards' to them.
The group operates on social media and encrypted messaging services and calls for the kidnap and execution of its 'enemies'.
In a report on the group, international anti-hate organisation, the Anti-Defamation League, states: "The ideology [of FKD] weaves the teachings and actions of James Mason, Adolf Hitler and Charles Manson, among others, into a tapestry of extreme hate.
"They refer to their calls for violence as holy war, which they term 'white jihad'.
"In private chats, FKD members discuss elaborate plans to target 'the system', including kidnapping, executing or otherwise harming others, while applauding previous deadly white supremacist attacks.
"Their current leader lives in Estonia, but the group's membership is increasingly American."
FKD members have been involved in violent plots and criminal investigations around the world.
Last year, an American member who discussed setting fire to a synagogue in Las Vegas was convicted of firearms offences.
In Lithuania, a teenager member is charged with leaving a bomb – which did not explode – outside offices in Vilnius last year.
Britain's youngest terrorist, who joined the group aged 13, was arrested after police raided his gran's home in Cornwall to find his computer and mobile packed with sickening far-Right material.
A Nazi flag was also discovered in the rustic cottage and the numbers '1488', which are codes for Heil Hitler, slathered on the garden shed.
When he was caught, the teen insisted he was just posting the vile material to "look cool".
The boy has now gained the grim title of Britain's youngest terrorist after admitting 12 terror offences at the Old Bailey.
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