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[Identity Evropa blue flag]  [Identity Evropa blue flag] images by Tomislav Todorovic, 17 November 2017

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Identity Evropa is a white supremacist group founded by Nathan Damigo in 2016. Damigo led the National Youth Front (the youth wing of the American Freedom Party) until it was disbanded. Apparently headquartered in Oakdale, California, Identity Evropa, although a relatively small group, has been identified as a racist white supremacist organization by the Anti-Defamation League and is designated by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a hate group. It focuses on recruiting disaffected college-aged, white students with what they call "race realism." They especially target college campuses by distributing white nationalist slogans on fliers, posters, and stickers, often describing themselves as a fraternity or social club.
As part of the broader white nationalist Alt-Right Movement, their flags were prominently displayed at the nationally televised Charlottesville Riots of 2017.
Pete Loeser, 26 August 2017

In summer 2017, the movement flags were offered for sale from their website for a short time. The colors were officially described as white and teal, but the latter often seems to incline somewhat towards blue. The depicted symbol is called "Dragon's Eye" [1] and may be depicted either in form of an equilateral triangle, or an isosceles triangle with width larger than height, as Rudolf Koch originally depicted it in "The Book of Signs" [2]; the photos of flying flags [3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8] usually do not allow for clear recognition of the shape, but the movement is known to use both variants of the standalone symbol, so the same might be true for the flags as well. The symbol looks off-center, much closer to bottom than top edge of the flag, but it was done in order to make its geometric center as close to the flag center as possible.

[1] Dragon's Eye at Wikipedia:
[2] Koh, Rudolf: Knjiga znakova (Original title: The Book of Signs / Rudolf Koch), Novi Sad: Stylos, 2000. ISBN 86-7473-036-1
[3] Photo of Identity Evropa flags:
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[6] Photo of Identity Evropa flag flown together with other ultra-rightist flags:
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Tomislav Todorovic, 17 November 2017