2019 Apr 8, 10:00pm
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Random, spontaneous acts of politically motivated violence are heavily ignored by news media, academics, and policymakers. Ignoring these cases is especially problematic given that the spontaneity of these incidents increases fear among a targeted population. However, the broader implications of the resulting fear in minority populations never plays a role during the prosecution and criminal adjudication of the perpetrator. We theorize this is because the perpetrator is viewed as a traditional criminal, or at most, a hate crime offender. As such, these cases wined through the courtroom without the significant attention given to others who become classified as terrorists.This lack of attention severely limits how the United States perceives far-right domestic terrorism. Largely, these attacks remain a localized issue, appearing only in a single 24-hour news cycle. This is particularly true when law enforcement never identifies a perpetrator. Only when the United States gives far-right ideologically motivated attacks, particularly spontaneous attacks, significant attention and identifies it as terrorism, can we fully grasp the extent to which the American far right poses a threat.
This is particularly true when law enforcement never identifies a perpetrator.
Trust me, when somebody sets a fire in a Brooklyn Synagogue, 90% chance it's Blacks or Muslims (or both
I'd love for someone to post stats on the number of terrorist attacks in 2019 alone.
Skimming through the rest of the blog, and it's just a bunch of hate propaganda for anyone that doesn't like muslims and likes Trump. Pathetic.
The Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR) will be the leading information aggregator and knowledge repository on the radical right, past and present. Above all, CARR intends to lead discussion on the development of radical right extremism around the world. To do this, CARR will feature work by academic experts on the radical right in Europe, the US and beyond. Research Fellows will write blogs, add bibliographic content, contribute video blogs and podcasts; and above all, to make themselves available for media commentary, stakeholder consultation and policy formulation. Throughout, CARR’s emphasis is placed upon the public dissemination of specialist insights and research on this resurgent phenomenon. In light of recent events in Europe the US and indeed globally, understanding the dynamics, influence, and threat of radical right groups and individuals has become more important than ever.Steering GroupDIRECTOR — EM. PROF. MATTHEW FELDMANASSOCIATE DIRECTOR — DR WILLIAM ALLCHORNHEAD OF RESEARCH & SENIOR FELLOW — DR ARCHIE HENDERSONHEAD OF OUTREACH – PROFESSOR CYNTHIA MILLER-IDRISSHEAD OF EARLY CAREER RESEARCHER NETWORK & ECR FELLOW – MS EVIANE CHENG LEIDIGSOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR – INTERN – MS PRAGYA RAISee AlsoFellows • Fellows’ Research • Patrons • Partnerships
There of course is data to back this up ?
You seem to be describing a completely different site. The linked article is from acedemia, an authoritative group of highly distinguished publishing researchers
Distinguished & authoritative? No. It's a couple left wing professors promoting material that is 2 years old.
Black Muslims - like Muhammad Ali ? Funny - sports figure Muslims are cool and worthy of white admiration - the other kind not so much
Distinguished & authoritative? Yes
left wing professors promoting material that is 2 years old.
Just like left winger Paul Krugman
Black Muslims - like Muhammad Ali ?
That characterization is disingenuous as hell for some publishers of academic research on a focused area of knowledge.
They are not going to go away either, not even if you fire-bomb them. They will continue to be a resource on the subject matter of the radical right wing and the violence associated.