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Neo-Nazi scumbags to face justice – finally 

Full story here: The editor and publisher of an Upper Beach-based tabloid will be heading to court Thursday, Sept. 21 to face criminal charges. Earlier this summer, Beach residents Lisa and Warren Kinsella used a little-known legal tool to convince a judge to lay charges against James Sears and Leroy St. Germain. The couple successfully argued […]

How Netanyahu’s son became the poster boy for white supremacists

The eldest son of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has found himself an unlikely poster boy for David Duke, a former Ku Klux Klan leader, and the neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer. The affinity between Netanyahu’s Israel and the west’s far-right is understandable. Show More Summary

Jews in Texas Already in Hiding From Neo-Nazis; Holiday Service Held at Secret Location

Public display of swastikas and anti-Semitic chants are protected by the First Amendment, and in some states it is lawful to bring firearms to celebrations of Nazi nostalgia. All of this is lawful, but there are consequences.

Neo-Nazi Gets Coldcocked In The Face

Apparently calling a black man "an ape" and throwing a banana at him was not a wise decision. Source: The Stranger Sean Patrick Duff was on his way to see Baby Driver on Sunday when he saw a white man wearing a red armband walking near 3rd Avenue and Pike Street. Show More Summary

White supremacist finally served for ‘terror campaign’ targeting Jewish woman — after five months in hiding

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Andrew Anglin, infamous founder of the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer website and the subject of a lawsuit alleging he unleashed an anti-Semitic “terror campaign” on a Jewish woman, has been served via an Ohio newspaper. As The Daily Dot reports, Anglin, who has been off the grid for five...

Witness: Neo-Nazi Threw a Banana Before He Got Socked in the Face

Antifa groups circulated the neo-Nazi's photo on social media prior to the punching. by Ana Sofia Knauf The man allegedly threw a banana at a passerby. Another bystander then punched the neo-Nazi in the jaw. Sean Patrick Duff Sean Patrick...Show More Summary

Neo-Nazi kanji

Tattoo on the shoulder of a marcher in Charlottesville on Saturday, August 12: Source: "A lot of white supremacists seem to have a weird Asian fetish," Vice News, Dexter Thomas (9/12/17) People who know only the Chinese forms of the characters are puzzled by this tattoo.  It is a Japanese kanji, not a Chinese hanzi. It can […]

Dolores Huerta On The 'Spiritual Power' Of Nonviolent Action

Nonviolent forms of activism are in the spotlight in the wake of neo-Nazi demonstrations around the country. Dolores Huerta

Greeks commemorate murder that sparked neo-Nazi probe

Hundreds of people joined an anti-racism protest in Athens on Saturday held to commemorate the shock murder of an anti-fascist rapper in 2013 by a member of the neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn. Rapper Pavlos Fyssas's death sparked an investigation...Show More Summary

With Trump's election and arguments over neo-Nazi websites, the tech industry consensus against internet regulation is crumbling

Cloudflare hosted its annual Internet Summit this past week. At the event, CEO Matthew Prince openly discussed his controversial decision to drop a neo-Nazi website as a customer. While attendees largely opposed internet regulation,Show More Summary

‘Unstable racist skinhead’ who terrorized Pittsburgh Jewish neighborhood busted with cache of weapons

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After a Jewish neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania was littered with anti-Semitic and white supremacist fliers for weeks, police finally tracked down the culprit — and found that he already had a record of violence, neo-Nazi ideology and a weapons cache to match. According to...

Hillary Clinton on whether President Trump is racist

President Donald Trump has provided a “lot of encouragement” to the Klu Klux Klan and hasn’t done enough to condemn neo-Nazis and white supremacists, Hillary Clinton told NewsHour's Judy Woodruff on Friday. Continue reading ? The post Hillary Clinton on whether President Trump is racist appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

GOP Congressman says Democrats behind Charlottesville rally

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The violent neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last month was nothing more than “a total hoax” orchestrated by liberals who supported Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, according to a hard-right Republican representative. “It’s all baloney,” Dana Rohrabacher told the San Francisco...

Neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin Defends Prime Minister Netanyahu’s Son

In a strange turn of events, the self-affirmed Neo-Nazi and head internet troll behind The Daily Stormer website has appeared recently on Israeli news to support Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s son, Yair, for his purportedly antisemitic memes posted online. Show More Summary

Will Stephen Miller join Gary Cohn in the doghouse — or get fired?

Senior economic adviser Gary Cohn told the media that President Trump had to “do better” after his Charlottesville comments equating the neo-Nazis with counter-protesters (something Trump did again on Thursday, a day after meeting with...Show More Summary

A historian explains why neo-Nazis chant ‘blood and soil’

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Recent events in Charlottesville have revived many old racial tropes and anti-Semitic slogans, most notable of which was “blood and soil” (German: blut und boden), an unfamiliar phrase to those without an interest in 19th and 20th century German political history. The phrase first came into popular...

Bungie comes clean on Destiny 2’s “vile” hate symbol gauntlets, promises to “scrub it from the game altogether”

Bungie has admitted that the design of a pair of gauntlets in Destiny 2 that referenced a neo-nazi flag was based on real-world art but wasn’t highlighted as inappropriate by internal checks. The original design for the Road Complex AA1 gauntlets was based on the internet “kek” meme, which has since been appropriated by white […]

Trump signs resolution condemning 'racist violence' in Charlottesville

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The signing came just hours after he once again compared white supremacists, neo-Nazis and the KKK to the anti-fascist "Antifa" movement.        

The Latest: Trump signs resolution condemning hate groups

The Latest on President Donald Trump's comments on Charlottesville (all times local): 8:40 p.m. President Donald Trump has signed a resolution condemning white supremacists, neo-Nazis and other hate groups following … Click to Continue »

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