The German government has set out its new measures to tackle free speech on the internet. Opposition politicians say the plans are long overdue.
Philadelphia Police Officer Ian Hans Lichterman was accused of displaying a "Nazi" tattoo at a Black Lives Matter march.
Two University of Connecticut students have been charged with shouting a "racial slur" outside a campus apartment complex in an episode that was caught on video and has led to anti-white protests at the school.
A former Google engineer has released nearly 1,000 pages of documents that he says prove that the company, at least in some of its products, secretly boosts or demotes content based on what it deems to be true or false, while publicly claiming to be a neutral platform.
Nearly one in five people living in Sweden was born in a foreign country, newly released statistics have revealed.
A study was conducted by professors at the University of Copenhagen and Aarhus University in Denmark to determine the effect of ethnic diversity on society.
Columbus Day was October 14. It was also the competing “holiday” of Indigenous People’s Day.
New Zealand will establish a team of investigators dedicated solely to tackling "online extremism", as it moves to address failures exposed by the Christchurch mosque visit, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said.
Germany's security services said they're seeking greater powers to fight the kind of "far-right extremism" behind the Halle synagogue attack, including requiring internet companies to report "illegal hate speech" to police.
In the French commune of Puget-Théniers, the mayor defended a recently imposed curfew on minors by saying that the commune’s change in the population has caused increased levels of delinquency.
According to professor Sheri Berman, Sweden is currently in the middle of a monumental demographic and cultural transformation as a result of mass nonwhite migration that could very well cause the society to unravel.
Head of the Egyptian parliament Ali Abdel-Al has praised Adolf Hitler in a comment widely considered to be a comparison between the German Führer and President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi.
The "OK" hand gesture are among 36 new entries in a Jewish supremacist group’s online database of "hate symbols" used by "white supremacists" and other "far-right extremists".
A fresh poll has revealed that the national populist Vlaams Belang (Flemish Interest) party is now the most popular party in Belgium.
No more Plato or Aristotle. No Rome, no more teaching of Swedish Great Power era in Swedish upper grade history classes.
White Americans are being ethnically cleansed from entire regions of the country’s public school system, with one out of four students coming from Third World immigrant households in 2015—up from 11 percent in 1990, and 7 percent in 1980, a report has revealed.
YouTube says it has removed more than 17,000 channels for "hate speech", representing a spike in takedowns since its new "hate speech policy" went into effect in June.
At least 40% of all welfare claimants in Germany are migrants pretending to be refugees - costing German taxpayers over €4 billion every month to support at least 2.7 million spongers, new official statistics have revealed.
The Trump Administration’s policy initiatives and international agreements with Mexico has led to a 56 percent decline in the nonwhite invasion of America since May this year, according to statistics released by the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency.
At least 6.2 million nonwhites pretending to be “refugees” have demanded that whites in Europe give them “asylum” since January 2011, a review of official statistics issued by the European Asylum Support Office (EASO) have shown.
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