Le Monde about far-right

Halimi, S. (2016, June 1). Why the far right is on the rise. Retrieved August 21, 2019, from Le Monde diplomatique website: https://mondediplo.com/2016/06/01edito

Serge Halimi: ‘Imposing cruel sacrifices on entire nations in the name of rules that you don’t understand, and forgetting about those rules as soon as your political cronies break them, creates the climate of amorality and cynicism in which the far right advances.’ (From the archive.)

 

8chan

As major internet platforms try to halt the dissemination of toxic content, Watkins’ site has become an essential tool for those trying to spread it.

When Ted Kaczynski, the terrorist and triple murderer known as the “Unabomber”, wanted the world to read his thoughts, he demanded that the New York Times and Washington Post publish his 35,000 word “manifesto” or he would send a bomb “with intent to kill”. The newspapers weighed the decision for three months, despite the threat. When they finally decided to publish at the recommendation of the US attorney general and Federal Bureau of Investigation, the terrorist screed was packaged with context and analysis.

Twenty-four years later, white nationalist terrorists can skip the blackmail and go directly to 8chan to attain notoriety, spread their ideas and inspire copycats. In the first 24 hours after the live-streamed massacre of 51 Muslim worshippers in Christchurch, New Zealand, in March, Facebook removed 1.5m copies of the video.

pay off to curb irregular immigration

https://elpais.com/elpais/2019/07/19/inenglish/1563521682_999175.html

The funding is on top of the €140 million the EU has pledged to provide the North African country

My note: as described in https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7591/j.ctt7v70q 

Weapons of Mass Migration: Forced Displacement, Coercion, and Foreign Policy

Kelly M. Greenhill
Copyright Date: 2010
Edition: 1

HONS 221 Migration and Refugees in a Globalized World

Turkey and some of the North African countries will be asking to exhort money to keep immigrants away from Europe

Crimean Tatar Activists

Russian FSB Detains Crimean Tatar Activists After Searching Their Homes

https://www.rferl.org/a/russian-fsb-detains-crimean-tatar-activists-after-searching-their-homes/29991403.html/

Russian security forces have detained eight Crimean Tatar activists

Rights groups and Western governments have denounced what they describe as a campaign of repression by the Russian-imposed authorities in Crimea who are targeting members of the Turkic-speaking Crimean Tatar community and others who have spoken out against Moscow’s takeover of the peninsula.