White supremacist groups are ramping up outreach on college campuses.
“It seems like the right thing to do; as we speak, somebody’s probably writing a Trump sitcom,” Atkinson explained.
The Forward regularly monitors the surge of anti-Semitism across the country and around the world. The mission of this column is not to unduly alarm, but rather to raise awareness of a disturbing trend that, from some vantage points, can prove difficult to spot.
“We’ve never missed you more than we miss you right now,” wrote a prominent neo-Nazi.
A Republican state lawmaker from North Carolina equated the Civil War and the Holocaust.
A senior member of Israel’s government welcomed on Wednesday White House spokesman Sean Spicer’s apology for saying Adolf Hitler did not use chemical weapons, comments that overlooked the killing of millions of Jews in Nazi gas chambers.
A furor erupted over the Fuhrer when a drawing of Hitler giving the Nazi salute appeared in a children’s book sold in the Netherlands.
To the audience, this was just a location for a concert — for me, it was the field in which Hitler, Goebbels, Speer and Goring spread their hate.
Online memes mashing together the likenesses of Trump and Hitler abound, forming a strange sub-genre of internet art. Here are a few.
A new board game allows players to witness the rise of fascism. Its creators think U.S. senators could learn something.