Extremist Files

Extremists in the U.S. come in many different forms – white nationalists, anti-gay zealots, black separatists, racist skinheads, neo-Confederates and more.

The Extremist Files database contains profiles of various prominent extremists and extremist organizations. It also examines the histories and core beliefs – or ideologies – of the most common types of extremist movements. In addition, it illustrates connections between individuals, groups and extremist ideologies. 

*Not all extremist groups are SPLC-designated "hate groups." All SPLC-designated hate groups can be viewed on the Hate Map or in list form

Extremist Groups

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The organization is also a moneymaking enterprise. Besides journal subscriptions, its TBR Book Club and online bookstore promote and sell a wide range of extremist books and publications. The Barnes Review also hosts nearly annual conferences that attract an international crowd of antigovernment extremists, anti-Semites, white supremacists, and racist conspiracy theorists. In Its Own Words "Without a means of confronting the onrushing third world, white civilization is doomed. It can do nothing else but deteriorate to a third world level with all that implies: the final triumph of liberalism...

Individual Profiles

Featured Extremist Profile:

Andrew Anglin

In His Own Words “Fear. Now is the time for it … We want these people to feel unwanted. We want them to feel that everything around them is against them. And we want them to be afraid.” —“Female Hajis Fear to Wear the Headtowel in Public After Trump Win—You Should Yell at Them” “The fact is, when you give women rights, they destroy absolutely everything around them, no matter what other variable is involved … Even if you become the ultimate alpha male, some stupid bitch will still ruin your life.” —“Brad Pitt Losing Weight and His Mind After Whore Wife Ruins His Life” “Jews, Blacks and...