The Gen-Z meme website is also being used to broadcast propaganda from select neo-Nazi groups such as The Base.
The document was in English, not his native tongue, in an apparent goal of reaching as wide an audience as possible.
More than two-thirds of 150 far-right channels were created in 2019, an exclusive analysis by VICE News found.
Its the first time the department has placed major emphasis on countering the threat of white nationalism coming from inside the U.S.
“At a time when we have heightened activity and the body count keeps rising, training is being defunded and grant money taken back”
“I believe Europe is in great danger”
There’s no domestic system to do this — even organizations like the KKK are instead described as “hate groups.”
Violent threats against minorities have also proliferated on the anonymous message board.
The cutesy art site was the surprising birthplace for a number of players in the modern extreme-right movement.
If officials at the State Department wanted to address the growing far-right threat, they could.
VICE News obtained a copy of the latest threat sent to two pro-immigration German mayors.
He’s been charged under New Zealand’s terrorism suppression law, which was enacted in 2002 after the 9/11 attacks in New York City.