Trump’s Muslim ban has led to the detainment of refugees at airports, white nationalists exploit black-on-white crime to push a narrative of white victimhood, Trump’s potential DHS hire promoted the racist website VDARE, and more. Continue reading “Headlines — 1/28/17”→
Chuck Johnson threatens Twitter with frivolous lawsuits, Trump moves to fulfill border wall promise, pro-Trump trolls are trying to manipulate the French election in favor of the far-right, and more. Continue reading “Headlines — 1/25/17”→
Alt-right activists are using racist code words on Twitter, Ann Coulter pins opposition to Trump on atheism, The Daily Stormer vows a “holy crusade” against Milo Yiannopoulos, and more. Continue reading “Headlines – 10/04/16”→
A shocking June 23, 2016 article for Breitbart.com, Katie McHugh revealed that the “Muslim Iraqi and Sudanese migrant families whose male children stripped a white, five-year-old Idaho girl naked, sexually assaulted her, and urinated in her mouth while filming their attack have been evicted from their apartment complex.” I say shocking not because of the details of the crime, but rather because the crime itself appears to be an utter fabrication by right wing news outlets and fringe conspiracy websites. Continue reading “Breitbart Continues to Push Refugee Gang-Rape Hoax”→
After a bare majority of the UK’s population voted in favor of Brexit — the referendum on whether Britain should remain a part of the European Union — UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage swiftly declared victory. “We’ve fought against the multinationals, the merchant banks and big politics’ lies corruption and deceit,” Farage declared, adding that they achieved victory “without having to fire a single bullet” — perhaps purposefully omitting the savage murder of British MP Jo Cox at the hands of Thomas “Britain first!” Mair. Mr. Farage isn’t the only one celebrating Britain’s “independence” from the European Union, however. Legions of white nationalists lit up social media with calls for the dissolution of the EU and for an all-white homeland.
When I heard there was going to be an animated Angry Birds movie — based on the app of the same name in which you hurl birds at their pig enemies by way of a large sling shot — I knew I would have no desire to see it. I saw it as just another in a long line of movies to cash in on video games, many of which have little or no plot. (Case in point, there’s a Tetris movie in the works.) What makes the Angry Birds movie interesting is that, despite its 43% rating on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, it seems to have acquired the unlikely fandom of the white nationalist community due to what they see as its strong anti-immigrant theme. Continue reading “White Nationalists Laud the Anti-Refugee Message of…’The Angry Birds Movie’”→