In mid-February, the movement Kryptis [Direction], which presents itself as an ethno-futuristic youth gathering uniting youth of nationalistic views, organised a conference in Vilnius named Prabudimas [Awakening]. In it participated right-wing radicals Greg Johnson, Jarred Taylor and Estonian parliamentarian Ruuben Kaalep, speakers from the USA and Estonia, who are often identified as extremists Tomas Balčiūnas writes in Lzinios.lt G. Johnson is the editor in chief of the Counter-Currents Publishing portal. This portal releases content linked to the radical right and distributes the author’s books. One of them is the White Nationalist Manifesto, which was available for purchase during the conference. ‘White nationalism is inevitably anti-Semitic’ “The organised Jewish community is the main enemy – not the only enemy, but the main one each time when trying to prevent or cease the extinction of the white race. You cannot defeat and enemy without naming it. As such, white nationalism is inevitably anti-Semitic,” G. Johnson writes in one of his articles. In another, he states, “White norms, such as walking on the sidewalk, not in the middle of the street, are unbearable to the blacks. Such norms are imposed by the white power systems that are hated by everyone so much. But… Read full this story
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