we got this web address for a blog by the January 21st Committee, the group spearheading the "official" call for action against Richard Barrett's, Nationalist Movement.
This event is turning, media wise, into one of most publicized fascist/anti-fascist
demos is recent times. The obvious reason is the most recent events in Jena. While Barrett's group is a fairly irrelevant organization, we should be asking if the Right and the fascists are looking to capitalize on the social crisis here and abroad, along with tension over the many unresolved issues of race and class in the U.S.
From immigration to competition over fewer and fewer jobs and resources, to the fact that there continues to exist class divisions (and within the working classes)that are racist and segregationist. Some of the fascist groups are looking to capitalize on these.
January 21st in Jena blog
- Calling them "alt-right" helps us fight them
- Jack Donovan on men: a masculine tribalism for the far right
- Alt-right: more misogynistic than many neonazis
- AlternativeRight.com: Paleoconservatism for the 21st Century
- Moscow conference draws fascists, neo-Confederates, U.S. leftists
- Golden Dawn’s fascist ideology
- Who are Ukraine's fascists?
- On Trump, Fascism, and Stale Social Science
- Rightists woo the Occupy Wall Street movement
- Trump's impact: a fascist upsurge is just one of the dangers
DOCUMENTS (mostly on other sites)
- An American National Bolshevik (Loren Goldner)
- Anti-Repression, Anti-Fascist Strategizing Suggestions (mamos206)
- Anti-Semitism and the Revolutionary Right (Kersplebedeb)
- Barack, Badiou, and Bilal al Hasan (Don Hamerquist)
- Ecofascism: Lessons from the German Experience (Janet Biehl and Peter Staudenmaier)
- Exodus and Reconstruction: Working-Class Women at the Heart of Globalization (Bromma)
- Fascism & Anti-Fascism (Don Hamerquist)
- For Women Only: After Anti-War Movements win or lose in Iraq...there's still Women (Butch Lee)
- Notes on Women and Right-Wing Movements (Matthew Lyons)
- The Shock of Recognition (J. Sakai)
- Two Ways of Looking at Fascism (Matthew Lyons)
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