11/2/2017. Ulysses, PA. USA. Dresysen (right) gives a Sieg Heil statue while his brother and sister look on.
In 2013, a year after Dresysen’s parents gave birth to their second child diagnosed with autism, they started reading about National Socialism. The couple felt the diagnosis of both children was somehow related to man-made influences, such as hydraulic fracturing and mandatory immunizations for children attending public school. The ideology of National Socialism fell in line with their core beliefs and quickly became part of their daily lives.
Today, they remain outspoken members of the White Nationalist movement and have eight children ranging from 6-months to nine, four have been diagnosed with autism.
This particular salute was adopted in the 1930's by the Nazi party as a sign of obedience to the party leader Adolf Hitler. The salute is considered a criminal offense in several counties, most notably Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Canada, France, Sweden and Russia.