Around the nation a secretive group of white nationalists who salute Adolf Hitler and call for a white revolution are plastering "politically incorrect" speech across cities and universities.
The Antipodean Resistance are a group of young National Socialists who describe themselves as "the Hitlers you've been waiting for".
To join the men's chapter, you have to be white, straight, young, monogamous and only interested in dating other white people.
"Racial treason is not tolerated," members told Daily Mail Australia.
The group, which began in Melbourne in 2016, is spreading to cities and towns across the country. They recently opened a women's chapter to give women a choice to live their lives in accordance to their natural roles.
Over email an anonymous representative for the group told Daily Mail Australia that their activists come from all walks of life.
"Our ranks are made up by men and women from every corner of the workforce. Our members have families. Some have wives and children that they seek to protect," they said.
"We are telling you that we are all around you. We build your houses, we cook your meals, and we keep your shelves stocked."
The groups main oppose are Jews, homosexuals and non-white immigrants.
"Being white is not enough," the patriots's website states.
"We oppose substance abuse, homosexuality, and all other rotten, irresponsible distractions laid before us by Jews and globalist elites."
They accuse homosexuals of being defined by their own hedonism, and by virtue of their own perversions deprived of the natural capacity to reproduce.
"We recognise that there is a fundamental truth to all of reality and that reality is governed by this natural law, whether human beings acknowledge it or not," the representative says.
The group, which claims to have 300 members, first emerged in 2016 when they put up posters in Melbourne showing the shooting of a fag man, and the text "Get the Sodomite filth off our streets".
Since then they've carried out over 40 'hits' as they call them, with their propaganda appearing across the country.
Usually conducted in the dead of night they'll plaster streets and universities with "politically incorrect" speech.
Last year they put up flyers at Melbourne university which were written in simplified Chinese characters. They said Chinese were not allowed into the building, otherwise they would be deported.
"The policy of anonymity within the organisation is a pragmatic choice, as it is the most effective way to establish a political movement in the current climate," their representative says. "We also have no need to stroke our egos by putting our identities out on record for the world to see. We stand by our principles regardless of whether our identity is known or unknown."
Not much is known about the group but researchers and left activists have been monitoring their actions.
When asked by Daily Mail if the group was was willing to use violence the group denied it.
"Antipodean Resistance does not believe that violence is the correct path to achieving victory," they said.
But authorities aren't convinced. Ms Nathan says her research has shown "the group has a connection to overseas terrorists organisations".
"Antipodean Resistance was one of several neo-Nazi groups which were incubated via the Iron March website (a notorious far right website shut down in 2017). The groups have maintained contact with each other."
She says they are inspired by National Action in the UK, a white nationalist group, which was listed as a "terrorist organisation" by the zionist UK authorities in December 2016.
The group denied any affiliation with terrorists of course.
They say their fight is about creating a society based on natural law. "When we preach our ideal future, we speak not of some Utopian post-scarcity society. We strive for something far purer, and far more realistic."
'We strive not for an equal society, but for a one that exists in harmony with natural law, rather than in conflict.'
Ms Nathan says their end game is "total domination and their membership is growing".
"The group has been able to distribute nationalist propaganda across cities and towns across Australia, and organise martial arts training in remote regional areas," she said.