The internet is a battlefield.
If you want to see how the internet is being used to fight for the rights of trolls, look no further than the world’s largest online hate group.
It’s called the alt-right.
Its members claim to represent the “true believers” in a “great crusade for white supremacy”.
They’re sometimes described as the alt right by people like me, and by some in the US, by people who don’t like me.
But there’s more to the alt left than that.
They’re not the only group on the internet dedicated to destroying anyone who isn’t white.
There are plenty of people on the alt far right who want to be called the “alt right” too, and they’re getting a lot of attention too.
We’ve all seen the video of a man who says “You are not welcome here” to a woman at a Trump rally.
The internet has long known there’s a difference between a racist and a fascist, and there’s no denying the role of trolls in those movements.
There is, however, a difference in how these groups operate.
The alt-left hates those who disagree with them.
It views them as enemies, a threat to white identity, and a threat in their own right.
In fact, the alt alt-Right has been known to threaten people with violence and murder.
It also uses violence to advance its goals.
Its followers have often targeted women, minorities, and LGBTQ people.
And it has used racism, sexism, and homophobia as a weapon.
These groups have been on the rise for decades.
They have spread across the internet, and their reach is increasing.
And while they’re the largest online group, they’re not unique.
A few months ago, the US Department of Justice filed a civil rights complaint against alt-righters who posted a video of themselves beating up a man they called a “white supremacist”.
A man named Joshua Thomas was beaten up by four men in California on Monday, just weeks after a man in Oregon was beaten to death by a man calling himself the “Black Jesus”.
Some alt-Righters have called themselves “white nationalists”, a name they’ve adopted to describe their goals.
There’s no doubt that the alt Right has a very active online presence.
Its Facebook page has more than 8.3 million members, and the altright-branded Twitter account has nearly 2.5 million followers.
But the altLeft, the term used by some on the Alt Right to describe the altRight, is often more visible online than it is offline.
The Alt Right has become a hate group in its own right, a hate movement that is now a real threat to the internet.
Its online presence has been an open secret for years, and even before the altWhite nationalist group had much of a presence online.
It started in 2012 when Richard Spencer launched the “Alt-Right” political movement online.
Spencer’s group was the first white nationalist organisation to make use of the internet to promote their views online.
His group became so popular that the Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi publication, was founded.
Spencer, who has since been arrested, is the author of books like White Identity and The Birth of the New Race.
“I started this group out of my desire to see white people reclaim their right to self-determination, which is the cornerstone of white nationalism,” Spencer said.
“It’s been a very long road for white people.
But we’re on the way.”
Spencer’s followers are known to use violence.
In 2015, one of his followers attacked a woman in California, killing her.
In another incident in 2014, Spencer’s white supremacist group posted a threat against a woman with a knife.
“We don’t want to kill the person, we want to have her face off with a gun,” Spencer told The Washington Post at the time.
“You can do it.
We’ll do it.”
That’s what happened to a former White House aide named Lauren Southern.
The FBI has since identified Southern as a member of the altAltRight.
The case against Southern was investigated by the FBI and a US Department on Violence Against Women task force, which included the Southern, who are all part of the AltRight.
But it didn’t get the attention it deserved.
“The media and the US Government have been so focused on the fact that Richard Spencer is a white supremacist and that his followers are a hate mob that’s killing people online,” Spencer says.
“But this case has been overlooked.”
It wasn’t until recently that Southern was arrested, but her actions were far from isolated.
In November 2015, she allegedly attacked a homeless man at a homeless shelter in New Jersey, and she was later arrested for aggravated assault and criminal mischief.
Spencer said she was planning to start a new group called the American Vanguard, and her plans were confirmed when she joined the altUAW.
“Our aim was to create a white nationalist organization in the United States,” Spencer wrote on the