Don't let the laughably small number of "Nazis" who showed up for a "white power" rally (which was met by a much larger crowd of anti-racist counter-protesters) fool you, though. As "hate" expert Warren Kinsella notes in the article
“They don’t need a whole bunch of people. They actually prefer to have smaller numbers because it makes detection and infiltration easier to avoid,” Mr. Kinsella said in an interview. “They operate on the basis that small numbers can do large harm.”As opposed to the danger of the minimal numbers lulling you into a false sense of insecurity. But I guess if a significant part of your bread and butter is contingent upon your ability to scare people about homegrown "Nazis," you're far more likely to be concerned about the former "false sense" than the latter one.
Calgary was alone among Canadian cities in hosting a neo-Nazi demonstration on Saturday. But Mr. Kinsella, a former Calgarian, argued this is no reason to believe white supremacists have abandoned those cities.
“There is a danger into being lulled into a false sense of security by minimal numbers,” he said.