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James Edwards has probably done more than any of his contemporaries on the American radical right to publicly promote neo-Nazis, Holocaust deniers, raging anti-Semites and other extremists.
Incluso cuando se debate un dudoso acuerdo legislativo sobre reforma inmigratoria en los salones del Congreso, la propaganda venenosa y falsa continúa filtrándose en el diálogo nacional sobre la migración indocumentada hacia los Estados Unidos.
After being expelled from Argentina in February, Holocaust-denying Society of St. Pius X Bishop Richard Williamson returned to his native England, promising to further "study" the history of the Holocaust.
The election of Barack Obama as the first black American president left white supremacists and hate groups in an uproar. Many were apocalyptic. Others were melodramatic. A few saw a silver lining.
From FOX News to Sean Hannity's radio show, white-hot antigovernment rhetoric is filtering into what is commonly thought of as the mainstream.
After reaching a verdict that could potentially cripple a major Klan group, some jurors slept with loaded guns next to their beds, while others hardly slept at all.
The Hebrew Israelite movement is rooted in Black Judaism, a belief system birthed in the late 1800s by black Christians from the South's Pentecostal "Holiness" movement. They claimed to have received a revelation: America's recently emancipated slaves were God's chosen people, the true Hebrews.