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Attempts by the racist “alt-right” to recover from the stumbling block of August 2017’s disastrous Unite the Right rally have been dashed by several recent upheavals.
Long-time anti-Muslim figurehead David Horowitz recently stoked controversy on social media after offering a revisionist take of lynching in America and downplaying the horrors that African Americans have suffered in this country.
Long-time racist David Duke has struck out in his initial attempt to block access to his communications leading up to last August’s deadly Unite the Right rally in Virginia.
Israel United in Christ (IUIC), a black Hebrew Israelite group based in the Bronx, New York, thinks white people are “the devil,” Jews are “fake Jews” and members of the LGBT community are “sinners” but has no qualms about recruiting a cannibal who led a child army and regularly performed human sacrifices.
As a light rain fell from an overcast sky, aging neo-Nazi and racist David Duke stood in an electric blue blazer checking his phone while holding a sign saying “Support our Monument” in central Alabama.
Stormfront founder and former Klansman Don Black announced on Tuesday that the white supremacist movement’s first major hate forum is temporarily restricting access to “sustaining members” — users who donate at least five dollars a month — and will be archiving and shuttering its main server on April 6 due to a “financial crisis.”