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alt-right

The "alternative right," an extremely conservative political movement in the US. (Conservative political groups are traditionally referred to as "the Right," while liberal groups are known as "the Left.") Many views of the alt-right are considered radical by other Americans.
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Mike Peinovich, aka Mike Enoch: Creator of the popular alt-Right blog The Right Sh#(TRS) and co-host of a podcast called The Daily Shoah (TDS), "Mike Enoch" is usually mentioned as a member of the alt-Right's "First Triumverate," together with Richard Spencer of AltRight.com and Andrew Anglin of the Daily Stormer.
Toward the end of the year, Thomas Buhls, a former Marine and organizer for the Knights, the public wing of the Ku Klux Klan, showed up around People's Park handing out recruitment pamphlets and talking about "white genocide." Buhls was part of a new wave of young white supremacists who pioneered the recruitment approach since adopted by the so-called altright: rebranding white nationalism not as a philosophy of racial superiority, but as a common-sense extension of identity politics in which the white working class is portrayed as victims of immigration, affirmative action, and multiculturalism.
Here's the thing, though - if you carry a swastika and make the Sieg Heil salute, you are not altright, you are a Nazi, plain and simple.
And earlier this year, the Germany-based audio streaming service Soundcloud took down the accounts of the prominent "alt-right" website AltRight.com and several others that publish racist and bigoted content, which violates the company's Terms of Use.
As a mainly online movement, the altright does not officially have a membership, but it is believed to have tens of, if not hundreds of thousands, of supporters, determined to ensure white supremacy.
Video game-center communications platform Discord also (http://www.ibtimes.com/white-supremacists-banned-online-google-discord-act-remove-extremist-content-2578447) took action to remove be white supremacist users and servers from its platform, including a server used by AltRight.com, a white nationalist news site.
Communications service Discord has also taken action to remove be white supremacist users and servers from its platform, including a (https://twitter.com/discordapp/status/897170310348263426) server used by AltRight.com , a white nationalist news site.
In particular, Discord (https://twitter.com/discordapp/status/897170310348263426) said it removed a server used by AltRight.com, a white nationalist news site, and removed a number of individual accounts.
Among those named online as taking part include well-known figures on the alt-right scene such as Richard Spencer, co-editor of AltRight.com, who was pictured being arrested after the rally turned violent.
"The Karl Marx of the Alt Right" and co-editor of AltRight.com, Richard Spencer took to Twitter to hail the Patriots' win just as he has, in the past, used Nazi-inspired language to " Hail Trump!