White nationalism

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White nationalism is a movement that believes in the survival of, and the creation of a separate, segregated homeland whose membership would be contingent on ethnicity - white, European/American ethnicity, to be precise.

Its supporters claim that it is not a sanitised face for the white supremacist movement,[1] claiming that while supremacist advocate political and social dominance for whites, nationalists believe only in separatism. This view is challenged by many anti-racist groups, such as the SPLC,[2] and Searchlight.

The anti-Nazi activities of the Jewish Defense Organization, including publishing the names, addresses and telephone numbers of white nationalists online, has caused many such groups to close.

In response to groups such as Searchlight publishing the names and addresses of White Nationalists a website called redwatch was established to publish the personal details of self-styled "anti-fascists". This has attracted criticism from the BBC, amongst others.

It is believed that a left-wing trade union activist, Alec McFadden, was stabbed as a result of his name and address appearing on Redwatch.


See also

References

  1. Swain, Carol M. (2002). The New White Nationalism in America: Its Challenge to Integration.
  2. http://www.splcenter.org/intel/intelreport/article.jsp?aid=790