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It seems that as Americans become more accepting of same-sex marriage and LGBT people in general, many anti-gay groups grow more desperate in their attempts to smear gay men and lesbians with rhetoric linking them to all kinds of societal ills.
Influential groups such as the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) that have long fueled the Republican Party’s hard-line stance in the immigration debate have come under fire in recent months from the very conservative movement they have influenced for so long.
On May 19, 2012, as many as 18 self-described anti-racists stormed into a suburban Chicago family restaurant and attacked a group of white nationalists meeting for lunch with batons, baseball bats and chair legs. The bloody attack highlighted the long history of endemic violence between white supremacists and “anti-fascists” that also includes the 1998 murder of two anti-racist skinheads in a neo-Nazi plot.
In the wake of the Newtown, Conn., schoolhouse slaughter, more than 400 sheriffs are promising to “oppose and disallow” any new federal gun control measures. Much of their brazen talk about taking the law into their own hands, even at the cost of their lives, has its roots in the radical and racist Posse Comitatus organization.
Incidents of apparent hate crimes and hate group activities listed here are drawn primarily from media sources.
A 1992 United Nations “smart growth” plan has long been demonized by the radical right. In the latest twist, Agenda 21 is now being described as a Jewish plot.
The execution-style murder of the Colorado prisons chief was almost certainly the work of a white supremacist prison gang member. Was he operating on orders?
A self-described “white nationalist” pens a film guide to help “our people” avoid “Jewed” movies. But he doesn’t leave much for his comrades to watch.