The trouble in Leith began when Craig Cobb, a member of the National Socialist Movement, moved into the tiny town of Leith, N.D. and began buying up property.
National Socialist Movement Commander Jeff Schoep recieved word that the town was becoming uncomfortable with Cobb's land purchases and his promotion of the town on white supremacist websites.
The NSM put out a YouTube video announcing that members of the white supremacist group were planning on making a goodwill trip to the town.
NSM members held a press conference on Sunday in Leith to address members of the community.
Draping their flag and signs on the walls of the town hall.
Leith only has a population of around 20 people, which makes it incredibly susceptible to Schoepp's plans of absorbing the community.
Taking up the lead for most of the protest's is North Dakota's Last Real Indians, a politically active Native American advocacy group.
The protests outside the Neo-Nazi property in Leith have gathered hundreds of people from neighboring communities, all telling the NSM that they aren't welcome in the community.
NSM leader Jeff Schoepp has said he has "every intention of legally assuming control of the local government” in Leith.
The NSM was attracted to the community because of its already mostly white, but the group plans to push out all non-whites after assuming control making it an enclave for Neo-Nazism.
The National Socialist Movement's plans for Leith are currently being financially supported by other white supremacist groups like the White Aryan Resistance and the Vanguard News Network.
Ryan Broderick is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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