Siege is a collection of essays written by neo-Nazi James Mason and was first published in 1992; it was republished in 2015 by members of the Atomwaffen Division. Siege is often cited by those who embrace neo-Nazi ideology and has inspired a new generation of neo-Nazis, particularly adherents of accelerationism, which Mason's essays helped to define. White supremacists use Mason's Siege essays as blueprints for violent action against a system they perceive has been infiltrated by deviant, Jewish values.

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