Radical Extremism

  Posted on: Tuesday, July 9, 2019
White Supremacist Neo-Nazi Group Threatening Violent Action Is Recruiting on Gab, Twitter, Instagram
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The following report, published as part of the MEMRI White Supremacist Online Incitement Project, presents information about a white supremacist and neo-Nazi group, Iron Youth, apparently established by a 17-year-old California male. Based on information collected from on the group’s social media accounts, those behind the group have been attempting to establish and/or expand it since August 2018. Its online content, which stresses the need to take violent action, is aimed at both incitement and at recruiting new members, in order, it says, to move from online to “in real life activism.”



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