This video from the USA says about itself:
On Saturday hundreds of white nationalists, alt-righters, and neo-Nazis traveled to Charlottesville, Virginia to participate in the “Unite the Right” rally. By Saturday evening three people were dead – one protester, and two police officers – and many more injured.
“VICE News Tonight” correspondent Elle Reeve went behind the scenes with white nationalist leaders, including Christopher Cantwell, Robert Ray, David Duke, and Matthew Heimbach — as well as counter-protesters. VICE News Tonight also spoke with residents of Charlottesville, members of the Black Lives Matter movement, and the Charlottesville Police.
From the neo-Nazi protests at Emancipation Park to Cantwell’s hideaway outside of Virginia, “VICE News Tonight” provides viewers with exclusive, up close and personal access inside the unrest.
This episode of VICE News Tonight aired August 14, 2017 on HBO.
These Fascists Inadvertently Raised Over $35,000 For A Cause They Hate. The few hundred fascists who rallied in Portland, Oregon, last weekend unwittingly raised over $35,000 for the defense of Latino immigrants, anti-fascist activists announced Saturday: here.
Proud Boys Leader Admits Their Rallies Are For Fighting And Wasting Money. The Proud Boys for years have helped organize street fights in Portland, Oregon ― gatherings thinly veiled as political freedom rallies in order to secure permits or police escorts from the city. This week, that veil was lifted, as the group’s leader admitted the ugly and obvious truth: The events are staged with the intention of spurring fights, wasting city resources and winning a game of optics against their anti-fascist nemeses: here.
Right-wing star Andy Ngo exits Quillette after damning video surfaces [Daily Beast]
The Justice Department [of Donald Trump] is under fire for allegedly including a link to a white nationalist website in its daily news briefing emailed to immigration court employees on Monday. The memos have been sent to staffers each morning by the Executive Office of Immigration Review, only this time, as first reported by BuzzFeed News, one included a link to VDare.com, which is described by the Southern Poverty Law Center as an “anti-immigration hate website.”
8chan founder: site owners were in ‘direct contact’ with and made site changes for ‘Q’ [Right Wing Watch]