I am well aware, but you don't get to play no true Scotsman about a music genre and subculture that has been patronized by racists and anti-racists for over forty years. Three generations of nazi punks have grown up with nazi punk rock and no recollection of a time without nazi punk. There is no punk rock Council of Nicea handing down punk rock orthodoxy from on high and excommunicating punk rock heretics and apostates. If there were, it wouldn't be punk. It is and always has been a diverse movement attracting a wide variety of conflicting and contradictory political views, from extreme leftists to extreme rightists to revolutionary cosplayers to apolitical joiners who want to dress weird, get drunk, and do violence.