The radical right was more successful in entering the political mainstream last year than in half a century. How did it happen?
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It's the dirty little secret of the white supremacist movement in America. Klan leaders with black girlfriends. A neo-Nazi caught with a black transvestite. A macho skinhead arrested while soliciting sex from Latino men. National Socialists affiliated with Satanists who promote sexual ceremonies involving children.
The last time we tuned into the real-life soap opera As the Nazis Turn, “White Will,” played by veteran racist William W. Williams, had, in a bloodless putsch, seized control of the National Alliance (NA), once upon a time the most dangerous and best organized neo-Nazi group in America.
Some of the same images used in a propaganda film appeared in a promotion for an Alabama TV station. Station officials confirmed that they were not of neo-Nazis at all -- they were stock video bought from an Ocala, Fla., firm called Digital Juice.