...Germans seem blind to the dangers.
"After an estimated 180 racist killings in Germany since unification in 1990, after countless assaults, cases of intimidation... the conclusion has to be that Germany is losing the battle against the violent far right," said authoritative news magazine Der Spiegel this week.
This week German commentators have been reflecting on the rise and rise of those who dream of a Fourth Reich - because this week marked a terrible anniversary.
It is 20 years since right-wing thugs hurled petrol bombs and bricks at an asylum-seekers' refuge in the Baltic port of Rostock.
While dozens of extremists were responsible, police and firemen had to retreat in the face of a thousands-strong mob of ordinary people who cheered them on.
Two decades on, some Germans are taking stock of the neo-Nazi menace and can...