How racism and conspiracy theory creeps into legitimate discourse – Anti-Nazis United

Blogger ‘Anti-Nazis United’ has followed some connections online and shows us why people need to be extremely careful about what sources they rely on and with whom they end up in conversation.  Follow this link to ‘The Atlantic, the Left and the infection of conspiracy thinking, even close-by Labour MPs.’

One Response to “How racism and conspiracy theory creeps into legitimate discourse – Anti-Nazis United”

  1. Anti-Nazis United (@AntiNazisUnited) Says:

    Thank you for this. I have always been a great admirer of the antifascists at Engage 🙂

    I am happy to take any related questions in the comments thread.

    BTW, all of my antifascist and antiracist work is evidence-based. I make an effort to be as objective as I can, when sifting through the difference between 14 words White Supremacists, off-the-wall neo-Nazis and garden variety antisemites, although I confess it is not always easy.


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