The state news agency tweaked a poem by German pastor Martin Niemöller’s anti-Nazi poem, effectively comparing protesters to cowardly Germans who didn’t stand up to the Nazis.
With the rise of the alt-right in America, we look back at the film that tried to warn us of the pitfalls of neo-Nazism.
In 1934, American writer Theodore Abel created a fake competition to trick hundreds of people into describing why they loved the Nazi Party so much. Their words seem worryingly relevant today.
The former National Guard soldier was stockpiling explosives and had a picture of Timothy McVeigh on his dresser.
VICE News talked to James Alex Fields Jr.'s former high school classmates about his Nazi obsession.
The Daily Stormer has moved to the deep net, after being booted by Google and GoDaddy. But they’re trying to get back onto the open internet.
As early as middle school, James Alex Fields made his classmates uncomfortable by praising Hitler.