Right-wing extremist hate speech

Right-wing extremists doesn’t just stir up hate in order to shut others out – they also look for followers online. An innocent subject like animal protection can be charged up with right-wing extremist positions. Then it quickly becomes no longer about domestic animal types, but about the “preservation” of the homeland and the People before other people, like immigrants for example. This is how right-wing groups try to spread racist themes under the disguise of other subjects. Anyone who doesn’t make the person they’re talking to aware of this subject mix up, risks his silence being taken for agreement. 

Another typical reply is the reference to freedom of opinion: “I’m not, racist but….”. Anyone who begins this way rarely has praise in mind. A clear message helps: there is no such thing as half-truths – nor half racists.

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