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Nazis really like Republican Roy Moore

6 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Well, America’s neo-Nazis have picked a dog in the fight of the Alabama Senate race. Nope, it’s not Democrat Doug Jones. Robert Warren Ray, an avowed white supremacist who writes for Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi website that has been kicked off over a dozen domains after the violence that transpired...

Roy Moore Lands Neo-Nazi Endorsement Before Election for 'Correctly' Quoting Hitler

9 hours agoNews : Newsweek: US

In addition to quoting Hitler correctly, the Nazis think Roy Moore will make white men the only people who are allowed to vote.

Nazis in libraries: why is this even a debate?

1. Public libraries are funded by the public. 2. They are extensions of government. 3. Governments are explicitly prohibited from facilitating discrimination via their own laws. 4. Libraries can’t EVER offer public space to neo-Nazis. #topoli #onpoli https://t.co/JKdCRoAxcJ — Warren Kinsella (@kinsellawarren) December 11, 2017

Similar Goals, Different Approaches: The Stylistic Differences Between the KKK and the Alt-Right

“These people shouldn't even be calling themselves white nationalists,” a Klan leader said about the alt-right. The alt-right has Breitbart. The neo-Nazis and white nationalists have The Daily Stormer. The Ku Klux Klan, these days, has fliers and a hotline. Show More Summary

Is Europe's far right a threat to democracy?

We debate whether the rise of far-right movements is overblown, or if they mainstream neo-Nazis, racism and violence.

Rep. Steve King’s latest tweet once again puts him in the company of neo-Nazis.

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Rep. Steve King’s latest tweet once again puts him in the company of neo-Nazis, KKK members and fascists.

White Nationalists Have Been Saying 'Diversity Is Not Our Strength' For Years

Rep. Steve King’s latest tweet once again puts him in the company of neo-Nazis, KKK members and fascists.

Week in Weed: An Oregon Pot Lab Owner Outed as a Possible Neo-Nazi, the U.S. Army Issues Pot Waivers, and More

3 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Plus: Vermont will probably finally get legal weed in January. by Amber Cortes THE U.S. ARMY NEEDS YOU...to help us figure out where we are..because we're all really stoned. E+ VIA GETTY IMAGES Antifa activists in Oregon say they’veShow More Summary

Here are the 9 most hilarious neo-Nazi fails, blunders and self-owns of 2017

3 days agoNews : The Raw Story

With 2017 drawing to a close, let’s take a moment to look back at the year in Nazis. Who would have thought that after being raised on a steady diet of Indiana Jones movies and World War II comics, a generation of disaffected young American men would succumb to the allure of Nazism and white...

Diane Kruger Says 'In The Fade' Caused Her To Pick Up Smoking

Diane Kruger is opening up about the not-so-healthy habit she picked up while working on her latest film In The Fade. The 41-year-old German-American actress plays Katja, woman who seeks revenge on the neo-Nazis who killed her husband and son, in the German-language thriller. “[I] lost 7 pounds… I felt like I was drowning in [...]

How Silicon Valley Is Stepping Up in the Online Terror Takedown

In the aftermath of the Charlottesville, Va., white-supremacist rally, hatred and violence spilled from the streets into the online world. Neo-Nazi site The Daily Stormer shamelessly trolled victim Heather Heyer after her death, in turn provoking the digital powers that be. Google, Facebook, Twitter, DreamHost, GoDaddy and more blocked the site, banishing it to the...

Apple Has Ruined Its Podcasts App

I’m not a knee-jerk tech-tweak hater. You know the type: Ugggh, Twitter replaced the favorite button with the like! Twitter is ruined! It was the like button, guys, not the neo-Nazis. But I am able to recognize when an app or interface...Show More Summary

Internet Nazis are raising money through crowdfunding

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Neo-Nazis and white supremacists have money. Precisely how much money they have and, more urgently, who gives it to them are questions that many Americans want to see answered—particularly after a series of high-profile rallies that culminated in violence this year....

‘They’re Trying To Change Our Holidays’: What Drew Young Australians To Milo Yiannopoulos?

Max Koslowski spoke to supporters of neo-Nazi booster Milo Yiannopoulos outside his recent Melbourne talk. Brace yourself. Lauren has just left Milo Yiannopoulos’ show, and is still buzzing when her Mum texts. She turns her phone to me: “Don’t post anything about tonight on Facebook if you’re looking for a job”. Lauren laughs. “It’s true. We [...]Show More Summary

Neo-Nazi rally to protest Steinle verdict goes south quickly

WASHINGTON, D.C. — A gaggle of neo-Nazis and white supremacists tried and failed to make much of an impression outside the White House on Sunday, where they were met by a large and vocal group of counter-protesters. The white nationalists, led by Richard Spencer and Mike Enoch, host of the podcast “The Daily Shoah”, had […]

Inside Milo: ‘He Dressed In Gay Frilly Stuff And Had Ridiculous Red Shiny Shoes’

This is an ACTUAL report from a punter who dropped $590 for VIP tickets to see neo-Nazi sympathiser and paedophile booster Milo Yiannopoulous. Honestly, you can’t make this stuff up. When you work as a cadet in country journalism there really are only two rules. Don’t ever file a story on large vegetables, because you’ll [...]Show More Summary

Neo-Nazis find new ways to raise money online

Crowdfunding sites spring up to cater to hate groups after a crackdown hit them in the wallet

Kate Steinle latest: Neo-Nazis outnumber Antifa at White House protest over murder trial

Antifa outnumbered white supremacists during a protest in front of the White House which saw the two rival groups hurl slogans at each other before being escorted away by the police. Neo-Nazis and members of the far right gathered on...Show More Summary

Are media giving neo-Nazis the oxygen of publicity or exposing ugly truth?

last weekNews : The Newsroom

A counter-demonstrator attempts to shout down white nationalist Matthew Heinbach as they are surrounded by journalists in Charlottesville, Virginia, on 14 August. When Alfred Münzer, a 76-year-old Holocaust survivor, read a major newspaper profile of a young “Nazi sympathizer next door”, he was shaken. Show More Summary

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