Fourth Generation Warfare

How (Not) To Stop Right-Wing Extremists

Trump unleashed his mob onto Congress on January 6, and the fallout continues. The biggest question on many minds is how to root out the hundreds of far-right, anti-government groups who saw the Trump presidency as their coming-out party. Some are floating the idea of using the so-called “war on terror” to stop white extremism. As deserving as that sounds, there’s one small question: Did the “war on terror” even work? After all, the United States is still fighting a war in Afghanistan after 20 years and millions have been killed, displaced and unjustly surveilled — mostly Muslims, immigrants and peace activists. Newsbroke’s @Francesca Fiorentini looks at the grave mistakes made by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security in stopping radicalization, and how the last 20 years of war and militarism has actually helped fan the flames of racist violence. What will actually help to stop white radicalization, not just within society, but within police departments and the military itself?

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  1. Nothing can stop ‘white radicalization’ or the coming white identity politics. Of course, the anti-white ‘Left’ wants to criminalize, monitor, and if possible, destroy it while they can do so. Considering the radical demographic, political, cultural, and economic changes looming ahead over the next few decades, ‘the center’ will not hold with a collapsing domestic infrastructure, endless wars and interventionism abroad, and social and moral collapse of the American middle classes.

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