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The far-right in Hungary are waging a “Bill Gates” conspiracy theory-driven movement against COVID-19 safety measures.
Rantt Writer Luke Huizenga took a deep dive into social networks that cultivate extremism and became consumed in a whirlpool of disinformation and hate.
Neo-Nazis push lies alleging white superiority, a “great replacement” myth, and push a false historical narrative about 20th Century Nazis in Germany.
From children living in extremist households to those consuming extremist content on social media, the pandemic has left them vulnerable to radicalization.
Given the challenges law enforcement faces when trying to tackle extremist groups, it's clear that other counter-extremism measures have to be on the table.
The modern surge in anti-Asian hatred is built upon a foundation of centuries of discrimination, scapegoating, and violence.
Conservative pundits and elected officials have been pushing a “border crisis” narrative that lays blame exclusively on Biden. There’s just one problem: The facts say otherwise.
After it was clear Trump was mishandling the pandemic, he called it the "Chinese virus" and the National Republican Senatorial Committee sent out a memo outlining their plan to deflect blame to China.
The incompetent governance, radical individualism, and anti-intellectualism in modern conservatism made the pandemic much worse than it had to be.
Austrian neo-Nazi rapper Mr. Bond was arrested for promoting neo-Nazism and inciting violence. Unfortunately, he's not the only white supremacist musician.