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South Africa's white nationalists are finally in the spotlight, thanks to Donald Trump. Nobody likes what they see.
Trump's tweet repeating white nationalist propaganda about land reform in South Africa shows that white supremacy has consistently relied on an international receptivity and interdependence.
South Africa's lead anti-land reform organization is cultivating its relationship with the international far right.
Social media group-think derails any chance for a progressive political movement.
30 years ago, free speech advocates were more willing to tolerate far-right voices than oppose them. It's now happening again.
The plight of white South Africans has clearly become the flavor of the month on the far-right.
Even in spite of a recent history of reactionary backlash, the movement against #ZwartePiet (Black Pete) has had some success.
The world and many Americans are reeling in shock and anxiety at the election of Donald
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gained an unexpected endorsement from Kenya in the summer of 2016.