This video from the USA says about itself:
4 August 2014
Thom Hartmann draws parallels between the fictional Turner Diaries novel and the hard right conservatives of today.
By Sam Tobin in Britain:
Monday, March 19, 2018
Retail: Anti-racist campaigners call on booksellers to stop giving ‘vile authors the veneer of respectability’
Anti-racism campaign Hope Not Hate is calling on Amazon, Waterstones, Foyles and WHSmith to stop selling extreme material after an investigation revealed a huge amount of far-right hate and anti-semitic works available online.
“These books aid the legitimacy of these ideas. They must be stopped.”
Hope Not Hate also found that Waterstones, Foyles and Amazon all sold anti-semitic forgery The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, originally produced by the tsarist secret police and which has been described as a “warrant for genocide.”
The works of prominent Holocaust deniers David Irving, Nick Kollerstrom and one of the world’s most active deniers, the convicted criminal Germar Rudolf, are also available online, as well as The Anarchist Cookbook.
Labour MP Ruth Smeeth said: “Extremist, hate-filled books have no place on the websites of respected retailers like Waterstones or Foyles.
“No-one is saying we should ban these books, but why do these high street chains want to give these vile authors the veneer of respectability?”
Hope Not Hate’s senior researcher Joe Mulhall said: “It beggars belief that Amazon, Foyles, Waterstones and WHSmith would remain silent after the true nature of these works have been brought to their attention.”