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Into A World Of Hate

Author: Nick Ryan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113593276X
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Nick Ryan spent six arduous years traveling amongst a huge array of right-wing extremists. Winning the trust of the men and women at the heart of these movements - from bombers to presidential candidates, across Europe and the USA - Into A World Of Hate is the tale of his gripping odyssey.

Kritisch Denken Im Zeitalter Der L Gen

Author: Daniel J. Levitin
Publisher: Redline Wirtschaft
ISBN: 3864149959
Size: 63.58 MB
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Wir leben in einer Welt der Informationsüberflutung, in der die Grenze zwischen Wahrheit und "alternativen" Fakten, Halbwahrheiten und halbseidenen Theorien mehr und mehr verschwimmt und deren Unterscheidung zunehmend schwieriger fällt. Mehr noch, Falschaussagen werden gerade über Social Media gezielt platziert und eingesetzt, um Menschen zu beeinflussen. Doch wie kann man sich heute noch verlässlich informieren, wenn jeder per Klick zum "Experten" werden kann? Wie entkommt man den Filterblasen und entlarvt Falschmeldungen? Und wie erkennt man, ob eine Aussage oder Zahl richtig ist? Bestsellerautor und Neurowissenschaftler Daniel Levitin zeigt in seiner Anleitung, wie Fakten, Statistiken und Aussagen umgehend geprüft werden können. Das perfekte Buch für alle, die einen besseren Durchblick wollen.

Hate Crimes

Author: Thomas Streissguth
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 1438119046
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Examines the issues associated with hate crimes committed in the United States including statistics, important legislation, and bibliographical resources.

The Post War Anglo American Far Right

Author: P. Jackson
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137396210
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Since 1945 neo-Nazi and far right extremists on both sides of the Atlantic have developed rich cultures which regularly exchange ideas. Leading activists such as Colin Jordan and George Lincoln Rockwell have helped to establish what has become a complex web of marginalised extremism. This book examines the history of this milieu to the present day.

Doublespeak

Author: Matthew
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 3838265548
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This timely intervention exposes the euphemized language of the extreme right as a deceptive attempt to secure greater influence over public policy. Since the end of World War II, the extreme right has made strategic use of “doublespeak,” which apes the language of liberal democracy. Attentive observation and accurate recognition of these tactics means taking the extreme right’s deliberately crafted slogans, symbols, and themes seriously. These essays investigate the extreme right’s attempts at “repackaging” contemporary ultranationalism to make it more palatable to mainstream European and American tastes.

Willis Carto And The American Far Right

Author: George Michael
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"In addition to his role in Youth for Wallace, Carto has made other forays into electoral politics, including his involvement with the Populist Party in the mid-1980s and his support for the political career of David Duke. After the Liberty Lobby was forced to disband in 2001 in the wake of a damaging civil suit, he quickly reconstituted the organization as the publisher of the American Free Press."--BOOK JACKET.

The Enemy Of My Enemy

Author: George Michael
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In the violent world of radical extremists, "the enemy of my enemy is my friend." This study reveals how that precept plays out in the unexpected bonding between militant Islam and the extreme right in America and Europe. It provides an insightful and sane look at the possibilities for collaboration between these groups.

Theology Of Hate

Author: George Michael
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"Will meet with considerable interest from scholars and anyone concerned with the interface between race and religion in the U.S.A. A fascinating study by an authority on the American far right."--Martin Durham, author of White Rage: The Extreme Right and American Politics "Provides valuable insights into the nature of the Creativity Movement and its impact on the far right in the United States and beyond."--Darren Mulloy, author of American Extremism During the weekend of July 4, 1999, Benjamin "August" Smith went on a three-day rampage in Illinois and Indiana, attacking Asians, Orthodox Jews, and African Americans. He left two dead and nine wounded, and then committed suicide. As a former member--conveniently resigning the day before the shootings--of the World Church of the Creator (now officially known as the Creativity Movement), Smith was praised by the leader of the church as "Creator of the Year" for bringing attention to their existence and radical beliefs. Smith's rampage was the first many Americans had heard of this small, previously obscure organization. In this fascinating and comprehensive history of the Creativity Movement, one of the most radical organizations in the history of the American far right, George Michael reminds us that some of the most dangerous radical elements in the United States are home grown.

A Black Man S Journey In America Glimpses Of Islam Conversations And Travels

Author: Muhammad Ali Salaam/ Ma Salaam
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1462874010
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One of the most progressive movements for “Freedom, Justice and Equality” in African American history has been Islam. Transported into America among the very first slaves, it has survived for four centuries under the most difficult of circumstances. Yet, it has produced some of the most influential leaders among Black Americans including Elijah Muhammad, Malcolm X, Imam Warithu Deen Mohammed, Louis Farrakhan and many others. In A Black Man’s Journey in America: Glimpses of Islam, Conversations and Travels, I have placed my family’s history within the context of that Islamic heritage. Further, I have attempted to unravel the method through which African American Muslims were so often forced to embrace as a means of survival.