Several far-right forum threads recently commented on recent church arsons that targeted historically black churches in Louisiana and allegedly inspired by “black metal.”
A recent congressional hearing concerning the threat of White Nationalism (WN) spurned White Supremacists to rail against the government and the media for supposedly targeting the movment unfairly despite a number of attacks that have been inspired by the ideology.
White Supremacists recently lauded the idea of former Ku Klux Klan (KKK) Grand Wizard David Duke running for the presidency in the United States 2020 election.
A discussion among White Supremacists pertaining to “activism” addressed a US-Based Mosque, suggesting it as a possible target for a future attack.
Anonymous users on a chan board recently suggested that people should support Brenton Tarrant by sending him money in prison, and at least one threated “the Bilderberg group,” “the SPLC,” “AIPAC,” and pro-refugee NGOs.
A Neo-Nazi social media account implied to belong to a U.S. resident recently celebrated the Christchurch, New Zealand terrorist attack via images praising the attacker, guns and edited clips of the attack, adding to his existing collection of violent posts against Jews, Muslims, and racial minorities.
White Supremacists recently shared the news of a June “Nationalist Solutions Conference” in Tennessee, which will supposedly be attended by noted White Nationalist (WN) figures, such as former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) and the head of the National Policy Institute, (NPI) Richard Spencer.
A White Supremacist social media account recently shared an article that advised readers on how to infiltrate local politics as a White Nationlist (WN.)
White Supremacists lauded a supposed White Nationalist (WN) pamphlet drop in the city of Fargo, North Dakota, with at least one noting that it took great “dedication” to conduct such direct action this time of year in the city.
A White Supremacist social media account recently shared news of an upcoming White Nationalist (WN) gathering in Little Rock, Arkansas.
A neo-Nazi recently made several posts concerning the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, (HIAS) specifically that the shooter who targeted the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Robert Bowers “wasn’t wrong” about them in extensive hateful posts he supposedly made about them before the shooting on his Gab account.
White Supremacists recently shared news of a March National Socialist Movement (NSM) gathering in the city of Knoxville, Tennessee.
A neo-Nazi recently warned that the so-called white “retribution will be swift,” and urged for the institution of an “American flavor” of National Socialism.
A prominent neo-Nazi recently sparked a violent transphobic conversation on social media, suggesting that the far-right should “take over the Republican Party and ban the Democrats,” and then proceed to “burn every tranny book on the planet.”
A National Socialist organization is currently spreading propaganda online with the goal of unifying U.S. neo-Nazi groups in order to protect the White Man from the “Browning of America”.
A Canadian White Nationalist (WN) recently shared a GoFundMe link, the main mission of which was to fund a paramilitary branch of the Canadian Nationalist Front (CNF.)
An Islamic State (IS)-aligned Spanish group released an incitement video for lone-wolf attacks in America and Europe during Christmas.
In promoting the attack by the Islamic State (IS) inspired Cherif Chekat in Strasbourg, France, the group incited in Naba 161 for lone-wolf jihadists to carry out operations in the West during the holiday season.
Neo-Nazis recently discussed the possibility of using a natural disaster as a means of enacting an “ethnic cleansing” suggesting that the ensuing chaos would be a ripe time to start killing minorities.
A fascist recently shared an interesting propaganda piece seemingly calling for a multi-racial fight against “enemy Jews,” and “Commies,” marking one of the few instances of such material entertaining a multi-racial coalition.
White Supremacists discussed Jews supposedly “arming” themselves against White Nationalists, (WN) before one person suggested “whites” setting up “a military training school based on race.”