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Since the election of President Donald Trump, right-wing white nationalists—also called the “alt-right”—have been punched, chastised and ridiculed for their hateful beliefs.
But as of last month, it looks like they might’ve found some non-white friends online.
Minister Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam, tweeted on October 13 that now was the time to bring his separatist dream to fruition: “Black people: We should be more convinced that it is time for us to separate and build a nation of our own,” he wrote.
Soon after, leaders of the alt-right replied to Farrakhan with an invitation to join forces to realize their shared goal of an ethno-state: “This is the sort of self-determination we and the broader Alt-Right support. Would you like to discuss this in a public forum?” Jared Taylor, founding editor of the white supremacist magazine, American Resistance, asked Farrakhan.
Still my point is the Alt Right is nothing but a bunch of loonies.
I had a friend who told me that the Alt Right occupy another space far from traditional conservatives.
Besides even if they are not puppets they still perpetuate division between the populace which helps the TPTB.