Republic of Florida (Militia)
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Republic of Florida is a militia based in Tallahassee, Florida and run by Jordan Jereb. The militia seeks to create a white ethnostate in Florida. The militia also maintains ties to numerous anti-Semitic and neo-Nazi groups and militias including a militia called the "Attomwaffen Division" which is linked to the killing of a Jewish student as well as four others. Republic of Florida also allegedly had links to Nikolas Cruz the perpetrator of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting allegations say Nikolas Cruz was a militia member and he attended training camps run by Republic of Florida, Jereb has denied these allegations but still said Cruz is indeed a member of ROF.
Jereb the leader of the group takes influence from the neo-Nazi writer James Mason and runs a YouTube channel called "SIEGEWAVE" in reference to the book "Siege" written by James Mason that explains how a White Revolution can be achieved, one video on SIEGEWAVE titled "A patch with good advice" shows a patch with large lettering saying "READ SIEGE" on a vest with ROF symbols. In another video there is a video that calls on people to kill Jews and shows another member yelling “Gas the kikes, race war now."
Despite being called a "militia" they have no actual firearms other than various road flares and altered fireworks. Their membership is estimated to be no more than 8 people. They are considered generally harmless by the ADL. 
- "Republic of Florida Militia (U.S.)". www.crwflags.com.
- "What to Know About Republic of Florida, a White Supremacist Group". Time.
- Krupkin, Taly (16 February 2018). "The 'Republic of Florida': What We Know About White Nationalist Group That Claims Florida Shooter Nikolas Cruz as a Member" – via Haaretz.
- SIEGEWAVE (12 February 2018). "A patch with good advice" – via YouTube.
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