The alt-right in shards: what has become of the movement?

By early 2020, the separation and decline of the alt right had become a matter of intense confusion for some of its members. One confused poster wrote on the now mostly empty 8kun: “Where the fuck did everyone go?” Came the reply: “The chans are dying anon […] I suggest you train, pick up a

Stop Trump, Stop Tommy – Anti-Fascist Assembly Call Out

This is a call out for the London-wide antifascist assembly sent to Freedom by our friends from Plan C. It is important, please read, share, and, most importantly, attend the event. zb This is an urgent call for everyone who believes in the values of anti-fascist, anti-racist class solidarity to attend a special open assembly,

The misery of Generation Identity Conference

Last weekend fascists from alt- right group Generation Identity held the ‘European Reunion’ conference in London. The main purpose of the conference was to increase their presence in the UK. Generation Identity, Europe’s answer to  alt- right movement in the US, originates in France. In short, GI aims to make racism modern and fashionable: mostly

White supremacist Martin Sellner arrested at UK border

White Supremacist Martin Sellner of Generation Identity has been arrested at the UK border and will be deported tomorrow. Generation Identity has been described by antifascist campaigners as “racist and extreme”. The organisation, funded in France, gained prominence in Germany, Austria and Italy. It is often described as Europe’s version of alt-right. Its main mission

London Antifa shuts down alt-right talk

A group of student and anti-fascist activists successfully shut down an ‘alt-right’ talk at King’s College London last night. Demonstrators stormed the stage and reportedly set off smoke bombs and a fire alarm in order to disrupt the event. The venue had to be evacuated. The interrupted discussion was between Dr. Yaron Brook, chairman of

What We Can Expect From Alt Right in 2018

In the last few years, a new kind of fascism emerged in North America and Europe. It was born online, and  to disguise its overt racism, white supremacism, neo-fascism and neo-Nazism, it called itself Alt-right. The term gained media attention and controversy during the presidential election campaign in the United States in 2016. However, eversince