Right-Wing Political Groups and Hate Speech
Chapter 7: Conclusion
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This chapter offers a conclusion to this rather differentiated and integrated critique of right-wing political and social discourse. Immediately following is a discussion of the summary of research and findings for Chapters 2 through 5. A thorough summary of the differentiated themes evident in each text is beyond the scope of the conclusion. What follows is a statement that represents the kernel message of the texts and the position of right-wing groups represented by each text. Next, a discussion of the homology of exclusion and its functions integrates the discourses of the Racist Right, Extreme Capitalist Right, Christian Right, and the Paramilitary Right. The conclusion ends with a discussion of the elements of hate speech in right-wing discourse.
Racist Right: White Apocalypse
White Apocalypse is the latest in a handful of racist novels employed by the Racist Right to spread their ideology of hate and to teach their followers who and why to hate. Like The Turner Diaries and Hunter, White Apocalypse also teaches violence and the proper Aryan approach to hate-motivated violence. More generally, White Apocalypse teaches a new proper racist Aryan identity. Readers learn that the new threat facing Aryans is Amerindians. Amerindians ← 231 | 232 → are portrayed as a global category of persons who are constituted by American Indian tribes, people of Mexican descent, including those who would trace their lineage back to the Mayan culture. Readers learn that Aryans are the true original Americans and descendants of...
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