A Portland State University professor Alexander Reid Ross created a map to track the spread of far-right vigilantism in the United States. According to Bloomberg, "has gathered more than 560 examples of far-right actors and vigilantes showing up to demonstrations and other events, drawing from photo-backed accounts on social media and news reports. An interactive map he built with the data details a range of encounters, individuals and groups across the country, from late spring to the present."
In the same way the GOP calls anyone they don't like a pedophile, Putin's government calls anyone it doesn't like a Nazi. Take the case of 21-year-old Zambian student Rebecca Ziba. She posted a video of herself twerking in front of a Russian war memorial, adding the caption, "Shaking ass for the dead." From Euronews:… READ THE REST
Hey Kids, do you know how to spot fascism? Here's a handy reference. Be alert and look for these 10 signs that your beloved country may be on the brink of right-wing authoritarianism. Fascism is a cult of the leader, who promises national restoration in the face of supposed humiliation by immigrants, leftists, liberals, minorities,… READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. We're sure our parents had a wild time back in the day without modern media, and to some degree, we wish we could be a little less plugged in. But then we… READ THE REST