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And there is two groups among them. One of them thinks the jews are the biggest problem of America and they are behind the white genocide and most other problems of America. Read some posts from dailystormer or altright.com to understand their views. The other disagrees and are fiercely anti establishment (Infowars.com is one of their mouthpiece). Both groups are far right and want radical changes in the government (they got what they wanted, hailHail Trump!).

But the alt-right excludes an important element of far right which is the religious right. It'sIts members are generally less religious and more nationalistic.

And there is two groups among them. One of them thinks the jews are the biggest problem of America and they are behind the white genocide and most other problems of America. Read some posts from dailystormer or altright.com to understand their views. The other disagrees and are fiercely anti establishment (Infowars.com is one of their mouthpiece). Both groups are far right and want radical changes in the government (they got what they wanted, hail Trump!).

But the alt-right excludes an important element of far right which is the religious right. It's members are generally less religious and more nationalistic.

And there is two groups among them. One of them thinks the jews are the biggest problem of America and they are behind the white genocide and most other problems of America. Read some posts from dailystormer or altright.com to understand their views. The other disagrees and are fiercely anti establishment (Infowars.com is one of their mouthpiece). Both groups are far right and want radical changes in the government (they got what they wanted, Hail Trump!).

But the alt-right excludes an important element of far right which is the religious right. Its members are generally less religious and more nationalistic.

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Everyone here most probably have an idea of what Far-right is. Now, lets try to understand what Alt-right is:

Alt-Right is the short form of Alternative Right. The term was first coined by Richard Spencer in 2008. He founded the website, alternativeright.org in mid 2000s. Richard Spencer stated in a said in a speechspeech:

When the mainstream right embraced the establishment, Richard founded the alt-right to counter the mainstream right. The mainstream right is less extreme than alt-right. And those who after Richards picked up this Ideology are mainly anti-establishment and far-right nationalists. Very few or no less extreme elements of American right identify themselves as alt-right.

And there is two groups among them. One of them thinks the jews are the biggest problem of America and they are behind the white genocide and most other problems of America. Read some posts from dailystormer or altright.com to understand their views. The other disagrees and are fiercely anti establishment (Infowars.com is one of their mouthpiece). Both groups are far right and whatwant radical changes in the government (they got what they wanted, hail Trump!).

Conclusion.

Alt-Right is mode up of far right white nationalists and anti-establishment far-right wingers. However, all far right nationalists aren'tBut the alt-right. Alt-right is almost entirely far right but not allexcludes an important element of far right groups are alt-right (e.g.which is the crusader typereligious right isn't alt-right). It's members are generally less religious and more nationalistic.

Edit:In a sentence, the Alt-Right is the far right without the religious right.

Also, check out the SPLC profile of alt right. Relevant excerpt:

Everyone here most probably have an idea of what Far-right is. Now, lets try to understand what Alt-right is:

Alt-Right is the short form of Alternative Right. The term was first coined by Richard Spencer in 2008. He founded the website, alternativeright.org in mid 2000s. Richard Spencer said in a speech:

When the mainstream right embraced the establishment, Richard founded the alt-right to counter the mainstream right. The mainstream right is less extreme than alt-right. And those who after Richards picked up this Ideology are mainly anti-establishment and far-right nationalists. Very few or no less extreme elements of American right identify themselves as alt-right.

And there is two groups among them. One of them thinks the jews are the biggest problem of America and they are behind the white genocide and most other problems of America. Read some posts from dailystormer to understand their views. The other disagrees and are fiercely anti establishment (Infowars.com is one of their mouthpiece). Both groups are far right and what radical changes in the government (they got what they wanted, hail Trump!).

Conclusion.

Alt-Right is mode up of far right white nationalists and anti-establishment far-right wingers. However, all far right nationalists aren't alt-right. Alt-right is almost entirely far right but not all far right groups are alt-right (e.g. the crusader type right isn't alt-right).

Edit:

Alt-Right is the short form of Alternative Right. The term was first coined by Richard Spencer in 2008. He founded the website, alternativeright.org in mid 2000s. Richard Spencer stated in a speech:

When the mainstream right embraced the establishment, Richard founded the alt-right to counter the mainstream right. The mainstream right is less extreme than alt-right. And those who picked up this Ideology are mainly anti-establishment and far-right nationalists.

And there is two groups among them. One of them thinks the jews are the biggest problem of America and they are behind the white genocide and most other problems of America. Read some posts from dailystormer or altright.com to understand their views. The other disagrees and are fiercely anti establishment (Infowars.com is one of their mouthpiece). Both groups are far right and want radical changes in the government (they got what they wanted, hail Trump!).

But the alt-right excludes an important element of far right which is the religious right. It's members are generally less religious and more nationalistic.

In a sentence, the Alt-Right is the far right without the religious right.

Also, check out the SPLC profile of alt right. Relevant excerpt:

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Alt-Right is the short form of Alternative Right. The term was most probably inventedfirst coined by Richard Spencer in 2008. He founded the website, alternativeright.org in mid 2000s. Richard Spencer said in a speech:

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The Alternative Right, commonly known as the Alt-Right, is a set of far-right ideologies, groups and individuals whose core belief is that “white identity” is under attack by multicultural forces using “political correctness” and “social justice” to undermine white people and “their” civilization. Characterized by heavy use of social media and online memes, Alt-Righters eschew “establishment” conservatism, skew young, and embrace white ethno-nationalism as a fundamental value.

Alt-Right is the short form of Alternative Right. The term was most probably invented by Richard Spencer. He founded the website, alternativeright.org in mid 2000s. Richard Spencer said in a speech:

Alt-Right is the short form of Alternative Right. The term was first coined by Richard Spencer in 2008. He founded the website, alternativeright.org in mid 2000s. Richard Spencer said in a speech:

Edit:

The Alternative Right, commonly known as the Alt-Right, is a set of far-right ideologies, groups and individuals whose core belief is that “white identity” is under attack by multicultural forces using “political correctness” and “social justice” to undermine white people and “their” civilization. Characterized by heavy use of social media and online memes, Alt-Righters eschew “establishment” conservatism, skew young, and embrace white ethno-nationalism as a fundamental value.

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