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Conspiracy theories originating on the extreme right have invaded American political life. And that's not good for democracy.
This spring, a group of about 100 students and others gathered at Indiana University at Bloomington to participate in their local Slutwalk, an annual protest held in cities around the world to denounce rape culture and victim-shaming. Facing them were a handful of counter-protesters who, misunderstanding the idea of Slutwalk, heckled the crowd, wielding crude signs decrying “slut culture.”
The American Friends of the British National Party draws together U.S. hate groups while funding British racism.
Last April 24, more than two dozen masked police commandos surrounded the Black Eagle, a restaurant in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. Inside, globetrotting white supremacist David Duke was chatting with about 10 supporters.
A former South African intelligence operative, once accused of pro-apartheid crimes, is shoring up a U.S. neo-Nazi group