Nazi salutes and white supremacism: Who is Richard Spencer, the ‘racist academic’ behind the ‘Alt right’ movement

Nazi salutes and white supremacism: Who is Richard Spencer

In explaining the rise of the alt-right movement, Mr Spencer told ABC’s The Hack programme: «It feels like all of politics and culture are united against us. That our status is falling.

Nazi salutes and white supremacism: Who is Richard Spencer

Nov 22, 2016 · Nazi salutes and white supremacism: Who is Richard Spencer, the ‘racist academic’ behind the ‘Alt right’ movement Milo, along with a guy named Allum Bokhari, penned an article for Breitbart entitled, «An Establishment Conservative’s Guide to the Alt-Right» .

Hitler salutes and white supremacism: a weekend with the

Richard Spencer, president of the far right National Policy Institute: ‘With Donald Trump, we feel like we have a dog in the fight for the first time.’ Photograph: Parry/Zuma Some of the most

Richard B. Spencer – Wikipedia

Spencer created the term «alt-right», which he considers a movement about «white identity». Spencer advocates white-European unity and a «peaceful ethnic cleansing» of nonwhites from America.

Education: University of Virginia (BA), University of Chicago (MA), Duke University (PhD candidate; withdrew)

The Canadian roots of white supremacist Richard Spencer

Richard Spencer is in town for the largest white nationalist and Alt Right conference of the year in Washington, DC on November 18, 2016. (Linda Davidson/The Washington Post/ Getty Images)

Hitler Salutes And White Supremacism: A Weekend With The

The event concluded with a 40-minute pseudo-academic lecture called America and Jewish Consciousness, by Kevin MacDonald, a former psychology professor described by the Southern Poverty Law Center as “the neo-Nazi movement’s favorite academic”, and a series of Nazi salutes …

Hitler salutes and white supremacism: a weekend with the

The event concluded with a 40-minute pseudo-academic lecture called America and Jewish Consciousness, by Kevin MacDonald, a former psychology professor described by the Southern Poverty Law Center as “the neo-Nazi movement’s favorite academic”, and a series of Nazi salutes …

How Richard Spencer Became an Icon for White Supremacists

Spencer himself is aware of the hipness gap that yawns between the alt-right and liberalism, to the former’s advantage. The young are suckers for rebellion, and Spencer’s is a rebel movement.

‘Let’s party like it’s 1933’: Inside the alt-right world

Richard Spencer is the carefully crafted face of the alt-right. Last week, he organized a conference of white nationalists, who celebrated Donald Trump’s victory as their own.

Alt-right – Wikipedia

White supremacist Richard B. Spencer initially promoted the term in 2010 in reference to a movement centered on white nationalism; according to the Associated Press, he did so to disguise overt racism, white supremacism, neo-fascism and neo-Nazism.

Etymology and scope ·

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Dec 22, 2016 · First and foremost, the alt-right, is a racist movement, they are white nationalists, it’s literally their mission statement. But don’t take my word for it, here it is from the man who founded the current alt-right movement. Nazi salutes and white supremacism: Who is Richard Spencer, the ‘racist academic’ behind the ‘Alt right’ movement

Alt-right Leader Has No Regrets About ‘Hail Trump,’ but

NEW YORK – The night Richard Spencer shouted “Hail Trump!” before a crowd of white men – who saluted with raised arms at a far-right conference in Washington – was the moment the 38-year-old leader of the so-called alt-right, a white nationalist movement, became known around the world.

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Nov 22, 2016 · For instance, Richard B. Spencer, who runs the website AlternativeRight.com, is also the director of the National Policy Institute, an organization that says it is devoted to protecting the

The ‘alt-right’ don’t belong in the American conservative

Spencer admits the alt-right is against Pax Americana, against the free market, in theory for the European Union (as long as people like Spencer are in power), indifferent or opposed to the US