Publisher : Category : Fiction ISBN : 0991360834 Type : PDF, Epub and Audiobooks
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A loosely autobiographical novel inspired by an obsession for the global fashion phenomenon and brand,Supreme. David travels with his friend Camilla from New York to Japan and England to visit every Supreme store location on the globe.Supremacistis equal parts travel diary and love story for the Internet age, where a logo replaces the crucifix. David Shapirois the creator of the hit blogPitchfork Reviews Reviews andThe World's First Perfect Zine. His first novelYou're Not Much Use to Anyonewas featured inVICE, BuzzFeed,The Village Voice, Refinery29, and blurbed by Tao Lin and Adelle Waldman. He has written for theNew Yorker, theNew York Observer, theWall Street Journal,Interview, and other venues.
Publisher : HarperCollins Category : True Crime ISBN : 9780062979773 Type : PDF, Epub and Audiobooks
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The legendary FBI criminal profiler and international bestselling author of Mindhunter and The Killer Across the Table returns with this timely, relevant book that goes to the heart of extremism and domestic terrorism, examining in-depth his chilling pursuit of, and eventual prison confrontation with Joseph Paul Franklin, a White Nationalist serial killer and one of the most disturbing psychopaths he has ever encountered. Worshippers stream out of an Midwestern synagogue after sabbath services, unaware that only a hundred yards away, an expert marksman and avowed racist, antisemite and member of the Ku Klux Klan, patiently awaits, his hunting rifle at the ready. The October 8, 1977 shooting was a forerunner to the tragedies and divisiveness that plague us today. John Douglas, the FBI’s pioneering, first full-time criminal profiler, hunted the shooter—a white supremacist named Joseph Paul Franklin, whose Nazi-inspired beliefs propelled a three-year reign of terror across the United States, targeting African Americans, Jews, and interracial couples. In addition, Franklin bombed the home of Jewish leader Morris Amitay, shot and paralyzed Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt, and seriously wounded civil rights leader Vernon Jordan. The fugitive supported his murderous spree robbing banks in five states, from Georgia to Ohio. Douglas and his writing partner Mark Olshaker return to this disturbing case that reached the highest levels of the Bureau, which was fearful Franklin would become a presidential assassin—and haunted him for years to come as the threat of copycat domestic terrorist killers increasingly became a reality. Detailing the dogged pursuit of Franklin that employed profiling, psychology and meticulous detective work, Douglas and Olshaker relate how the case was a make-or-break test for the still-experimental behavioral science unit and revealed a new type of, determined, mission-driven serial killer whose only motivation was hate. A riveting, cautionary tale rooted in history that continues to echo today, The Killer's Shadow is a terrifying and essential exploration of the criminal personality in the vile grip of extremism and what happens when rage-filled speech evolves into deadly action and hatred of the “other" is allowed full reign. The Killer's Shadow includes an 8-page color photo insert.
Publisher : Cosmotheist Books Category : ISBN : 1733648127 Type : PDF, Epub and Audiobooks
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A futuristic action-adventure novel, has been an underground bestseller for more than four decades. It chronicles a future America wracked by government oppression, revolutionary violence, and guerrilla war.
Publisher : DIANE Publishing Category : ISBN : 0788174800 Type : PDF, Epub and Audiobooks
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Addresses the concerns over reports of activities of white supremacist groups within the Montana. Based on background research, interviews, and a public meetings, it identifies the extent and basis of the problem, the characteristics of white supremacism and hate crimes, and the nature of white supremacist organizations. The problem is examined from legislative, law enforcement, human rights and community organization, Native Amer., Jewish, and univ. perspectives. Findings and recommendations are presented, along with a summary of the research. Includes examples of hate group propaganda and correspondence and relevant Montana State laws.
Publisher : AHTLE FIGUEIRA Category : Philosophy ISBN : 9789769624535 Type : PDF, Epub and Audiobooks
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The Volume 2 is a deconstruction of the work of four writers of the period, the late eighteenth century to the 1830's of the nineteenth century, who all wrote on African enslavement in the West Indies. All four writers adhere to the discourse of white supremacy, with three of them ardent supporters of African enslavement and one an ardent anti-slavery abolitionist. This work places specific emphasis on how all four white supremacists constitute, view and react to threats to white supremacy in the West Indies in the period in which they wrote. This specific emphasis then enables an understanding of the manner the discourse of white supremacy in its West Indian genesis and development constitutes and reacts to threats posed by non-white races. So vitally relevant to understanding the hegemonic 21st discourse of white supremacy which is driving the response of the North Atlantic to the grave threats to its white hegemony it now perceives.
Publisher : AHTLE FIGUEIRA Category : History ISBN : 9789769624528 Type : PDF, Epub and Audiobooks
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This book is a deconstruction of the discourse of the journals of two white sl;ave owners in the Caribbean, Pierre Dessalles in the French colony of Martinique and William Lewis an absentee owner of two plantations in the British colony of Jamaica resident in the UK. The deconstruction focuses on the power relations between the white hegemonic elite and the enslaved non-whites, Africans and Mulattoes. The study reveals the expanse of power exercised by white hegemonic males especially over the enslaved, the resistance formulated and unleashed by the enslaved on a continuing basis and its impact upon the power of massa. What is ultimately reveal;ed is the white supremacist worldview which drives the white response to enslaved resistance and the singular contribution made by West Indian enslavement to the origin and evolution of white supremacist discourse in the North Atlantic.
Publisher : Anchor Category : Political Science ISBN : 9780385542876 Type : PDF, Epub and Audiobooks
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From a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, the powerful story of how a prominent white supremacist changed his heart and mind. This is a book to help us understand the American moment and to help us better understand one another. Derek Black grew up at the epicenter of white nationalism. His father founded Stormfront, the largest racist community on the Internet. His godfather, David Duke, was a KKK Grand Wizard. By the time Derek turned nineteen, he had become an elected politician with his own daily radio show—already regarded as the "the leading light" of the burgeoning white nationalist movement. "We can infiltrate," Derek once told a crowd of white nationalists. "We can take the country back." Then he went to college. At New College of Florida, he continued to broadcast his radio show in secret each morning, living a double life until a classmate uncovered his identity and sent an email to the entire school. "Derek Black ... white supremacist, radio host ... New College student???" The ensuing uproar overtook one of the most liberal colleges in the country. Some students protested Derek's presence on campus, forcing him to reconcile for the first time with the ugliness of his beliefs. Other students found the courage to reach out to him, including an Orthodox Jew who invited Derek to attend weekly Shabbat dinners. It was because of those dinners—and the wide-ranging relationships formed at that table—that Derek started to question the science, history, and prejudices behind his worldview. As white nationalism infiltrated the political mainstream, Derek decided to confront the damage he had done. Rising Out of Hatred tells the story of how white-supremacist ideas migrated from the far-right fringe to the White House through the intensely personal saga of one man who eventually disavowed everything he was taught to believe, at tremendous personal cost. With great empathy and narrative verve, Eli Saslow asks what Derek Black's story can tell us about America's increasingly divided nature.
Publisher : Routledge Category : Social Science ISBN : 9781134716388 Type : PDF, Epub and Audiobooks
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White supremacist groups have traditionally been viewed as "fringe" groups to be ignored, dismissed, or at most, observed warily. White Lies investigates the white supremacist imagination, and argues instead that the ideology of these groups is much closer to core American values than most of us would like to believe. The book explores white supremacist ideology through an analysis of over 300 publications from a variety of white supremacist organizations. It examines the discourse of these publications and the ways in which "whites," "blacks," and "Jews" are constructed within that discourse.
Publisher : Category : Hate crimes ISBN : 0197537642 Type : PDF, Epub and Audiobooks
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Spreading Hate offers a history of the modern white power movement, describing key moments in its evolution since the end of World War Two. Daniel Byman focuses particular attention on how the threat has changed in recent decades, examining how social media is changing the threat, the weaknesses of the groups, and how counterterrorism has shaped the movement as a whole. Each chapter uses an example, such as the Christchurch mosque shooter Brenton Tarrant or the British white hate band Skrewdriver, as a way of introducing broader analytic themes.