Month: August 2020

How The Radical Right Is Mansplaining Black Lives Matter

Radical right misogynists are falsely claiming the root cause of the Black Lives Matter protests isn’t racial injustice, but fatherless homes. The Black Lives Matter movement is monumental not only because it has challenged the significance of material monuments to historical racism, but also because it has sparked multiple globalized campaigns against all forms of… Continue reading “How The Radical Right Is Mansplaining Black Lives Matter”

The Psychology of a Fascist Leader: Hitler’s ‘Blond Beast’ Reinhard Heydrich

In the latest of the series looking at ‘icon’s of the radical right, Senior Fellow Chris Webb takes a look at the life and murderous career of Reinhard Heydrich – mastermind of the Holocaust. Reinhardt Heydrich was born in Halle, Germany, a provincial town in Prussian Saxony, on 7 March 1904. He was the son… Continue reading “The Psychology of a Fascist Leader: Hitler’s ‘Blond Beast’ Reinhard Heydrich”

Radical Right Terrorists Are Usually Self-Radicalized

With access to online resources and communities, “lone wolf” terrorist incidents are increasingly prevalent among radical right extremists. What is unhelpfully called “lone wolf terrorism” is rising by every metric, no matter how it is defined. Unfortunately, for those determined to carry out premeditated acts of political violence, logistically alone, there are unprecedented resources available.… Continue reading “Radical Right Terrorists Are Usually Self-Radicalized”