A few months ago, the American right went from “white power” — the group that was once synonymous with the Ku Klux Klan — to “white nationalism” — a brand of racist and anti-Semitic ideology.
Now the movement has become a movement for white nationalism, as well as for anti-Semitism.
What started as a movement to defend the rights of white people to govern themselves has become one that aims to undermine and even destroy those who hold white supremacist beliefs.
The rise of this new breed of white nationalist ideology is part of a broader political shift.
The right has long been dominated by white nationalist thinkers, but it has recently been transformed into a movement that also embraces ideas that oppose immigrants, the LGBTQ community, environmentalism and multiculturalism.
In a sense, white nationalism is not simply a revival of a white supremacist movement.
Rather, it is the expression of a larger and more fundamental movement that has been gaining traction in American society.
The alt-right is not only a movement but an ideology that grew out of a racist, anti-Muslim and anti–Muslim backlash in the United States.
It is a movement of white nationalism that seeks to create an alternative political culture.
The movement has been taking shape in the Trump era, which has seen white nationalist movements spread to several European countries and other countries in the Middle East and South America.
But this movement is far from unique to the United Sates.
Throughout the 20th century, anti–Semitism, racial hatred, nationalism, xenophobia and homophobia, as the terms are sometimes used, have also been on the rise in the US.
But for the alt- right, white supremacy is a term that encompasses a range of anti-immigrant, anti—Muslim, antifeminist, antiestablishment, antiheroic, antistate, antiwhite and antiSemitic views.
It has also been the focus of the FBI investigation into the alleged conspiracy between Donald Trump and Russia to undermine the 2016 presidential election.
It emerged as an issue in the 2017 presidential campaign.
In the early 1900s, the movement began to coalesce around a man who was called “Uncle Joe” by a local politician who was part of the Ku Klan, a white nationalist organization.
The term became a rallying cry for the movement as white supremacists began to feel emboldened and emboldened, according to the New Yorker magazine, which published a piece in 2016 detailing the rise of white supremacist groups in the U.S. and Europe.
After the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. in 1968, the alt right began to take shape, according the article.
At the time, alt-righters were still relatively unknown and fringe, and there was a certain distance between white supremacists and their political allies.
That began to change, however, with the rise and rise of the so-called alt-lite — white nationalist groups that have become a major part of American politics and the alt left — with which the alt lite has long shared common cause.
The so-call alt-left is a new and distinct political movement that is more closely aligned to the far-right.
The political wing of the alt movement is now dominated by members of the far right and is often led by white nationalists.
The Alt Right, as it’s known, is an increasingly well-organized group of white supremacists that has grown in popularity and influence.
In 2016, they formed a political action committee called the “Alt-Reich,” which is a reference to a fictional historical figure from a book called The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.
It’s also the name of a movement dedicated to the “reasserting of the white race.”
The movement includes a host of groups, including the so–called “alt-lite” that has become the primary face of the movement.
The “alt” part of “alt right” stands for “alternative,” and refers to a new movement that rejects the mainstream of American society and seeks to promote a political ideology that seeks “to restore white supremacy.”
But this ideology is not limited to white supremacists.
Alt-rights are also concerned about other aspects of society, from police brutality and racial injustice to the increasing influence of Muslims in the public sphere.
They are also suspicious of the current state of the economy and the direction of the country, which is in their view an affront to their “core values.”
“They are trying to reclaim our nation, our country’s soul,” said David Duke, a former KKK leader and former vice presidential candidate.
Duke told The New Yorker in 2016 that he was part and parcel of the “alt left” because he had been “hijacked by white supremacy to be a leader of the ‘alt right.'”
“They see themselves as a force of light,” he said.
“They want to create a new society, and they see themselves with the same power as any other white supremacist.”
The Alt-Right has not always been associated with the white supremacist movements. The group