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Monday, December 18, 2017
neo-fascism
Statues

‘Unite The Right’ Rally Had Nothing To Do With Statues

Old South or not, Charlottesville is also a liberal college town that voted to remove an equestrian statue of Robert E. Lee from its courthouse square and relocate it to a park on its outskirts. Like many of the thousand or so Confederate monuments across the South, it was erected long after the Civil War, in 1924—hence more an expression of white supremacy than Virginian ancestor worship, precisely as Stormfront wants to use it today.

August 16, 2017
LePen

In France, Crushing Victory Projected For Emmanuel Macron Over Marine LePen

An estimate of the results of Sunday’s election by the pollster Ipsos France, announced at 8pm local time to cheers by flag-waving supporters gathered in Paris, put Macron’s support at about 65 percent of the vote. His opponent, the far-right candidate Marine Le Pen, took 35 percent.

May 7, 2017
Danziger hears echoes of 1939 in Austrian far right alliance with Russia

Danziger: Echoes Of 1939

Danziger hears echoes of 1939’s Molotov-Ribbentrop pact in the new agreement between the Austrian far right party and the Putin regime in Moscow.

December 21, 2016