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Protesters at a Reclaim Australia rally in Sydney (Image: AAP/David Moir)

Web of hate: how COVID fuels QAnon and other right-wing extremists in Australia

Right-wing extremism was already a growing problem. But the pandemic has made it that much worse.

(Image: AP/Matt Rourke)

Abhorrent video the latest failure to clean up a toxic internet

Stopping malicious online actors posting disturbing content is much harder than just shutting down a site.

Mark Latham at the 2019 Conservative Political Action Conference (Image: AAP/Bianca De Marchi)

Indulgence of right-wing extremism will send us the way of the US

The failure of conservatives to condemn and punish the extreme right-wing is steadily coarsening Australian politics. The result will be similar to the gutter standards of the US.

Security agencies warned us about right-wing terrorism. We ignored them.

White supremacists have the same agenda of terror as jihadists but have operated with the indulgence of the media and politicians, even as security agencies warned us about them.

We are spending our vast anti-terrorism budget on the wrong people

The question of how we respond to radicalisation and terrorist attacks from white supremacists is increasingly relevant.

Channel Seven’s Summer of Nazis raises national security fears

The Seven Network giving airtime to far-right extremists makes the job of security agencies more difficult, at a time of a growing threat from neo-Nazi groups.

The fallout from yesterday's <em>Charlie Hebdo</em> will likely produce a wave of support for far-right parties. Here are some practical lessons in dealing with extremist political parties.

Six ways to deal with the far-right

The fallout from yesterday's Charlie Hebdo will likely produce a wave of support for far-right parties. Here are some practical lessons in dealing with extremist political parties.

Writers cannot be held responsible for how people interpret or act on their words, because of a little thing called free will ... and the right to free speech, writes <b>Brendan O'Neill</b>, editor of Spiked Online.

Breivik and the Right’s right to write … it’s free speech, after all

Writers cannot be held responsible for how people interpret or act on their words, because of a little thing called free will ... and the right to free speech, writes Brendan O'Neill, editor of Spiked Online.

<b>Crikey media wrap</b>: Norway is left reeling not only from the death of 93 people but also the implications of a homegrown terrorist intent on killing innocent citizens to fight against the "mulculturalism" of Europe.

The rise of Norway’s hard right

Crikey media wrap: Norway is left reeling not only from the death of 93 people but also the implications of a homegrown terrorist intent on killing innocent citizens to fight against the "mulculturalism" of Europe.

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