The alt-right, a loose-knit movement that has been blamed for inciting white supremacists and anti-Semites, has been the subject of a series of controversies this year.
But a new book by two journalists focused on the movement, titled “Alt-Left: How the Right’s Alt-Right Threatens America” and “Alt Right: How to Stop it,” makes the case that the alt-left is just a loose collection of trolls and racists.
They say it’s an alt-Right problem, not a real one, and that they can’t be blamed for the rise of the alt right.
The book, which is being published by Random House, was written by journalist James Fallows and features interviews with alt-righters and others who’ve used the term.
The two bookers say they were “blown away” by the reactions to the book.
“Alt right is a lot of things,” Fallows told New York magazine.
“It’s a movement, a political movement, it’s a social movement, and it’s even an academic movement.”
“Alt Left” and its author, Michael Dorf, have spent years trying to understand what’s driving the alt left, which they say is a mix of alt-lite and “true white nationalist.”
“I think the term alt-Left has a history of being misused,” Dorf told New Yorker editor-in-chief Liz Spayd in a recent interview.
“People are being confused and misused.
I think that’s a real danger.
It’s a danger that has not gone away.”
The alt right is the umbrella term for an online movement that promotes racism, anti-Semitism and sexism.
Some alt-lighters use the term to describe their belief that white people have historically been superior to other races.
The term has been associated with white nationalism since the 1920s.
The movement’s popularity grew after Trump’s election, when the term gained traction.
In recent months, the term has emerged as a political label, as alt-light, alt-far right and alt-reactionary.
In February, Milo Yiannopoulos, a conservative commentator, made headlines after a video surfaced in which he said white people need to “get together and be nice” to people of color.
He later apologized for the video.
“The alt right has been around since the dawn of time,” Dorfs said in an interview with Newsweek.
“We’ve always known that there’s something to it.
left,’ that’s not just a slur; that’s an insult. “
When people are saying, ‘I’m with the alt.
left,’ that’s not just a slur; that’s an insult.
‘There are a lot more white people on Facebook than there are white supremacists on Facebook’ While Dorf said his book is not meant to be a “counter-cultural critique,” it does present a picture of a far-right movement that he said has become more influential in recent years. “
And that’s what we have to be working on: how to do better.”
‘There are a lot more white people on Facebook than there are white supremacists on Facebook’ While Dorf said his book is not meant to be a “counter-cultural critique,” it does present a picture of a far-right movement that he said has become more influential in recent years.
He pointed to a growing number of white people in his Twitter followers and said that “there are a few more white on Facebook” than there were on Twitter in 2016.
“I’m not going to claim that they’re not still a significant portion of the white population, but it’s not as large as it once was,” he said.
“There are so many more white Americans than there used to be on Facebook.”
The two journalists say that while the alt is “not all white,” it’s growing and the alt lite and alt far right have been at the center of some of the movement’s most provocative online posts.
The alt lites, they argue, are often drawn to the alt by the alt’s white supremacists.
They argue that these people are “dissatisfied” with their traditional white-dominated communities and see an opportunity for “political engagement.”
“The fact that so many white people identify with the Alt-Left shows the degree to which the alt has grown and evolved in the past few years,” DorFs says.
“Its a problem that has nothing to do with the political right, and everything to do all about identity politics.”
Dorfs and Fallows say they’ve met many alt-fascists on the internet and have learned that they are “frightened by the white nationalists” who often use the word “alt” in their tweets.
Dorfs has been one of many who’ve been harassed online.
In 2016, he was targeted by a white nationalist who called him a “faggot” and told him that he would have to die.
“What he said was pretty horrifying,” Dorff said in the interview.
The journalist said that his experiences with the person were “very frightening.”
He also told Newsweek that he has experienced harassment online, including death threats and death threats.
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