From Memes to Marches: Why the Far Right Might Never be ‘United’ – Susy BUCHANAN

SPLC - Southern Poverty Law Center, February 10, 2018 A fractured but energized movement tried to pull itself together — but ended up exposing even deeper rifts. On Friday, August 11, Charlottesville, Virginia, seemed like an ordinary college town except for a couple of obvious signs of trouble; someone had scrawled “WE ARE NOT AFRAID”… Continue lendo From Memes to Marches: Why the Far Right Might Never be ‘United’ – Susy BUCHANAN

Extremists Next Door | Full Documentary

In recent years, gaming and anonymous social media sites have become breeding grounds for right-wing extremists. Populated by (mostly) young white men disenchanted with their place in society, the platforms have become spaces where hate is normalized and disaffected young people are susceptible to radicalization. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7xVcsmO8rg CBS Reports' Adam Yamaguchi reports parents, activists and even… Continue lendo Extremists Next Door | Full Documentary

The Replacement Conspiracy Inspiring Mass Shootings | Vice News

This is how racist conspiracy theory and emerging tech platforms have combined to create the template for a chilling new form of gamified live streamed far-right terror https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PfZlxhvdkM The Great Replacement Theory has fuelled the world’s deadliest white supremacist terror attacks – but what exactly is it? And how has it leaked into mainstream politics?… Continue lendo The Replacement Conspiracy Inspiring Mass Shootings | Vice News

How anger, faith and conspiracy theories fuelled the trucker convoy | The Fifth Estate

Our investigation reveals how months of planning drew convoys to Canada’s capital, leading to an unprecedented weeks-long occupation of some streets around Parliament Hill. It spawned spinoff protests across the country and around the world. The protests were ostensibly about a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for truckers, but 90 per cent of Canadian truckers are vaccinated.… Continue lendo How anger, faith and conspiracy theories fuelled the trucker convoy | The Fifth Estate