FBI: Neo-Nazi Militia Trained by US Military in Ukraine Now Training US White Supremacists

The training the U.S. provided to the Azov Battalion is coming back to roost in the U.S. as the neo-Nazi group is training and radicalizing U.S.-based groups with similar ideologies steeped in hatred and a belief in white racial supremacy.

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LOS ANGELES -- According to a recent FBI indictment, several American white supremacists were allegedly radicalized by and received training from Ukraine’s neo-Nazi Azov Battalion, which receives funding from the current government of Ukraine as well as the U.S. government. The group has also received weapons from the Israeli government. The

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Report Reveals White Supremacists Are Taking Hate Offline and Onto the Streets

White nationalist organizations are not content simply to congregate online; increasingly, they are spewing their hatred with traditional, highly visible public banners.

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The rise of far-right extremism on the shadowy corners of the internet is a legitimate concern for those who value tolerance, peace and progress. Now a new study from the ADL’s Center for Extremism reports that radical white nationalist organizations are not content simply to congregate online; increasingly, they are spewing their hatred in

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Emails Show Police Downplayed Threat Of Far-Right Groups In Charlottesville

Emails obtained under a Freedom of Information Act request show that UVA police were made aware of the impending threat of far-right groups, but downplayed the potential for violence, even turning down offers of assistance from other departments.

State Police in riot gear guard Lee Park after a white nationalist demonstration was declared illegal and the park was cleared in Charlottesville, Va., Aug. 12, 2017. (AP/Steve Helber)

Shadowproof has obtained all emails sent from the University of Virginia’s (UVA) police chief during the “Unite the Right” rally under a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The emails are dated August 11 and 12, and reveal UVA police chief Michael Gibson’s internal handling of the march that resulted in the death of counterprotester

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Ancestry Tests Are Causing White Supremacists To Turn On Each Other

Genetic ancestry tests set up a whole new infrastructure for racists to endow their groundless theories with a high-tech scientific imprimatur.

White nationalist demonstrators use shields as they guard the entrance to Lee Park in Charlottesville, Va., Aug. 12, 2017. (AP/Steve Helber)

Not too long ago, white nationalism was a fringe movement of isolated people. Now, it’s gained a very ugly new relevance. Tiki torches are lit, Twitter feeds are flared, and tempers are hot. Along with this misled reinterpretation of supposed "identity politics", we also live at a time where it’s never been easier or cheaper to get hold of a

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El Daily Stormer: Neo-Nazi Website Rolls Out Spanish Edition

Hate sites have realized that the U.S. has no monopoly on white nationalists and other far-right extremists.

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How does a leading neo-Nazi website that has railed against Hispanic immigrants expand its audience beyond a loyal base of U.S. white supremacists? By publishing a Spanish-language edition, of course. The Daily Stormer — infamous for orchestrating internet harassment campaigns by its "Troll Army" of readers — recently launched El Daily Stormer

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Pressure Mounts Over Trump’s Refusal To Address Right-Wing Terrorist Threats

Since the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, the Southern Poverty Law Center has tracked domestic terrorist plots and attacks in the United States. It lists more than 100, including the slaying of nine black churchgoers during a 2015 prayer meeting in Charleston, S.C.

Police tape surrounds the parking lot behind the AME Emanuel Church as FBI forensic experts work the crime scene where nine people where shot by Dylann Storm Roof, 21, in Charleston, S.C. Since the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, the Southern Poverty Law Center has tracked domestic terrorist plots and attacks in the United States. It lists more than 100, including the slaying of nine black churchgoers during a 2015 prayer meeting in Charleston, S.C. (AP/Stephen B. Morton)

OKLAHOMA CITY (REPORT) — Bud Welch knows something about the human cost of terrorism. His 23-year-old daughter was killed when a rental truck packed with explosives destroyed the Oklahoma City federal building. That was in 1995, when domestic terrorism seemed to be the nation's most immediate security threat. Now President Donald Trump sees

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