I watched a couple of documentaries about modern Spanish Fascism a while ago.
Most of these people use Fascist symbols, Fascist language and praise Fascist icons (like Franco), but when they're actually asked about their political views it's pure civic nationalist talking points.
>I don't have a problem with immigrants as long as they assimilate
Even one of their main meeting spot was a bar owned by an Asian immigrant.
Here's one of the documentaries:
It's basically the opposite of most other western nations, where people always use American, French, Italian, etc. flags and symbols, but then when you look a bit closer, there's a lot of crypto-racists and crypto-fascists.
Spain is dealing with Catalonian seperatism right now, so they allow a certain degree of nationalism.
It's basically the same thing the USA (specifically the CIA) does in Ukraine. And the same thing that the European Union does in Poland.
It has it's advantages (an opportunity to spread a WN message), but these people more often than not let themselves be used to do the government's dirty work.
As for women in right-wing movements, they always just repeat talking points that they've heard from men in the movement.
The chance that they at some point will abandon "their" views is extremely high. A good lot of them will even go the Christian Picciolini route and give talks about how their overcame hate and so on.
A lot of the talk in these movements is not about race, but about "communism", something which isn't a real threat anymore imo.
These people are basically being used as a battering ram against the separatists (who tend to be socialists) and will be disposed of when they're no longer needed, much like the proud boys in the USA.