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The Last Word: Hatewatch’s 2nd Annual Smackdown Awards

Posted in Year-End by Mark Potok on December 30, 2008

It’s been another sorry year in the world of hate, as knuckle-dragging white supremacists and their fellow travelers did their best to make our country a little worse with each new passing day. Here at Hatewatch, we’ve been hard at work trying to winnow away the garden-variety savagery that habitués of our blog know so […]

Tales from the Creeps: A White Nationalist Horror Story

Posted in White Supremacist by David Holthouse on October 31, 2008

Happy Halloween. In honor of the holiday, the Hatewatch staff dug deep into our photo archives to unearth the creepiest image to crawl out of the white supremacist movement in quite some time. Here you go: Though it resembles a promotional still from the 1960 horror flick “The Brides of Dracula,” starring Peter Cushing, the […]

Neo-Nazi Stage Mom Boasts Of Retail Con Prowess

Posted in Neo-Nazi,White Supremacist by Sonia Scherr on September 25, 2008

“Is it luck or am I a thief?” That’s the question neo-Nazi April Gaede posed Sept. 10 on the forum of the Vanguard News Network website (motto: “No Jews. Just right.”). Gaede, whose teenage daughters form the racist pop-singing duo Prussian Blue, recently boasted in an online post that she regularly scores free merchandise through […]

Stormfront Founder’s Wife Sets Off Firestorm

Posted in White Supremacist by Heidi Beirich on July 28, 2008

A revelation published earlier this month by Hatewatch — that Chloe Black, wife of former Klan leader Don Black, was the public relations contact for a philanthropist’s efforts to build a campus for children of poor black and Latino children in Florida — caused quite a stir in the media and elsewhere. The website […]

The Gaede Bunch: ‘A is for Aryan’

Posted in Neo-Nazi by Susy Buchanan on August 8, 2007

The same week that Lynx and Lamb Gaede took their neo-Nazi pop singing act Prussian Blue to Sweden and Germany this July, a revealing new documentary on the girls and their white supremacist stage mom April debuted on British TV. “Nazi Pop Twins” contains several profoundly creepy scenes. Chief among them is a speakerphone conversation […]