Tag Archives: the far right

Certain races ‘unsuited for life in a modern society’ – the shocking truth about new Tory Euro allies

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An opinion poll of True Finn voters revealed that 51 per cent agreed with the statement: “People of certain races are unsuited for life in a modern society”.

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The far-right and radical Islamists are finding common ground in homophobia, anti-Semitism and conspiracy theories

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The radical right and radical Islamists are seen as mortal enemies. But in Europe they are increasingly finding common ground.

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Censoring the Internet is not the way to fight extremism

Censorship could push online extremists into the darker recesses of the web.

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The European far-right is growing. And not for the reasons you think

The far-right in Europe is winning support by combining anti-immigration rhetoric with a populist economic agenda.

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The Left must resist partisanship on extremism

Extremism may never be too far from the gaze of the topical political commentator, but events in Woolwich and subsequent EDL activity have ensured a stark rise in the column inches expended in service to the issue.

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Comment: When human rights organisations align with the far-right

A new book examines the mistakes made by the left in finding common cause with the islamic far-right.

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No counter-terrorism approach could eliminate a Breivik lone wolf threat

Counter-terrorism attempts to eliminate Breivik-style attacks would require clampdowns on liberties unacceptable in modern societies. We need another way.

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