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Monday, November 28, 2016
INTELWIRE Resources on Right-Wing and Racist Extremism
In the current U.S. and European political climate, there are significant concerns about the resurgence of right-wing extremism. Here's a list of resources on the subject available on this site and derived from my recent (and not so recent) body of work.
The Turner Legacy: The Storied Origins and Enduring Impact of White Nationalism’s Deadly Bible
The Turner Diaries, the infamous racist dystopian novel by neo-Nazi William Luther Pierce, has inspired more than 200 murders since its publication in 1978. This paper documents the books that directly and indirectly inspired Turner and examines the extensive violence that the novel has inspired.
Nazis vs. ISIS on Twitter
White nationalists are thriving on Twitter and outperforming the Islamic State, which has been notorious for its success using social media, in both recruitment and messaging. A comparitive study of metrics and messaging.
What Sovereign Citizens Believe
Members of the sovereign citizen movement are increasingly in the news for their violent confrontations with law enforcement, but their confusing ideology can be difficult to understand. This paper explains in simple language what sovereigns believe, and where those beliefs originated.
A 2012 study of white nationalist use of Twitter, and the introduction of new methods for measuing influence and in-groupness.
PATCON: The FBI’s Secret War Against the ‘Patriot’ Movement,and How Infiltration Tactics Relate to Radicalizing Influences
A look at government infiltration of antigovernment movements during the 1990s, and some of the troubling dimensions of these operations.
How Donald Trump Won the White Nationalist Vote
Donald Trump wasn't an obvious choice to champion white nationalism in national politics. How he convinced skeptical racists that he was their candidate for president.
The Turner Diaries and the Alt Right
Before there was an alt-right, there was The Turner Diaries. First published nearly 40 years ago, the infamous dystopian novel depicts a fictional white nationalist revolution culminating in global genocide. The book has inspired both violence and ideological change among white supremacists in its decades of history.
Blog Posts on Racist Dystopian Fiction:
Buy the new book ISIS: The State of Terror by Jessica Stern and J.M. Berger.
Buy J.M. Berger's seminal book on American jihadists, Jihad Joe: Americans Who Go to War in the Name of Islam
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"At a time when some politicians and pundits blur the line between Islam and terrorism, Berger, who knows this subject far better than the demagogues, sharply cautions against vilifying Muslim Americans. ... It is a timely warning from an expert who has not lost his perspective." -- New York Times
More on Jihad Joe
What's in a Name, Redux
Interactive Map: KKK Flyer Drops, 2015-2016
The International Banks Conspiracy, Explained
Nazis vs. ISIS on Twitter
15 Years of Terror -- PBS Nova
The Social Apocalypse: A Forecast
Al Nusra Splits From Al Qaeda: What It Means
Making CVE Work
The Dystopian Spectacle
Without Prejudice: What Sovereign Citizens Believe
New York Pipe Bomb Suspect Linked to Revolution Muslim
The Utility of Lone Wolves
Interview with Online Jihadist Abu Suleiman Al Nasser
A Way Forward for CVE: The Five Ds
How Terrorists Use The Internet: Just Like You
PATCON: The FBI's Secret War on the Militia Movement
Interview About Jihad With Controversial Cleric Bilal Philips
Forgeries on the Jihadist Forums
U.S. Gave Millions To Charity Linked To Al Qaeda, Anwar Awlaki
State Department Secretly Met With Followers of Blind Sheikh
State Department Put 'Political Pressure' On FBI To Deport Brother-in-Law Of Osama Bin Laden In 1995
FBI Records Reveal Details Of Nixon-Era Racial Profiling Program Targeting Arabs
Gaza Flotilla Official Was Foreign Fighter in Bosnia War
U.S. Had 'High Confidence' Of UBL Attack In June 2001
Behind the Handshake: The Rumsfeld-Saddam Meeting