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Fact-checking a joke of a lawsuit from a liar

Jason Kessler once again tried to make August 12 all about him, this time by re-filing his comical joke of a lawsuit against the City of Charlottesville. Because he has not yet wasted enough of Charlottesville's taxpayers' dollars in his quest to not be the world's saddest sadboy, we'll go through graf by graf of his magnum opus to expose how much of a liar, cheat, and fraud he really, in my opinion, is. Shall we? To start, you can read his suit here. This is a non-legal analysis and all content herein reflects merely my opinion and no one elses. ...

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Facing White Supremacy After Brexit

On April 24, 2019, I joined a panel hosted by the Mile End Institute at Queen Mary University in London to talk about white supremacy after Brexit and what that means for British politics going forward. I am neither British nor an expert on British politics, but I was pleased to offer a voice discussing the international ties of white supremacist organizing and the influences that has on shifting mainstream political discouse in the United Kingdom. ...

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No, The White Supremacists Aren't Looking For Attention

No, the White Supremacists Aren't Looking for Attention There is a pervasive belief that the white supremacist-led rallies taking place around the country are attention-seeking exploits. “Don’t counter-protest, they crave your attention,” the admonishments go. “If you ignore them they will go away.” Frankly, this is bullshit. White supremacy has never been about attention. While some personalities may seek it to satisfy their egos or to grow their brands, there is no evidence that attention-seeking is the mission of these groups. ...