The group, calling themselves "nationalist settlers", are ultra-right Hitler worshippers but they have traded skinhead boots for clogs and traditional materials and work as organic farmers, midwives and craftsmen.
Despite appearing bonkers however their rise is being taken very seriously.
A human rights watchdog group funded by the German interior ministry produced a study called 'Nationalist Settlers in Rural Areas'.
Researchers concluded they believe wholeheartedly in the whole Nazi racist superman claptrap and are worming their way into local positions of power as councillors, volunteer firemen, teachers and festival organisers.
Anne Schmidt, author of the study for the Amadeu Antonio Foundation said: "This is a very scary movement to observe. These extremely nationalist right wing people are settling specifically in little-populated areas, far away from cities to live and raise their children in a backward ideology.