What in the World Is “Patriot Front”? America’s Most Active Far-Right Hate Organization!
Over the past few years, the United States has seen a rise in hate crimes. The U.S. is slow to take hold of real progress despite constant efforts to push down antisemitism and racism. It’s easy to be fooled by what’s going on in other countries when you’re living in a nation of unparalleled freedom and opportunity. But in America, we have repeatedly taken two steps forward and then one or two steps back. This cycle has to stop.
According to the FBI, there were 9,075 hate crimes reported in 2019 and increased to 10,355 in 2020, and the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) says 80% of these incidents are committed by one group, the Patriot Front. The Patriot Front hides behind masks to keep their identities secret. Hopefully, this article will make people aware of the tactics they use to perpetuate their hate and the cowardice of the people who make up this group.
White Supremacy and the Patriot Front
White supremacy values whiteness and devalues people of color. The United States has a long history of justifying the mistreatment of people of color. White supremacy is based on the belief that whiteness is superior to other racial groups. It has been around in one form or another for centuries. White supremacy is a core belief of many hate groups, and it reveals itself in racism, antisemitism, and other forms of bigotry. Hate groups target marginalized communities for violence and intimidation to create a hostile environment for everyone who doesn’t share their views. In the United States, white supremacists have frequently been associated with the Ku Klux Klan (KKK). This group was formed in 1865 and intended to promote white domination over African Americans.
The U.S. has seen an increase in white supremacist groups in the last few years. The Patriot Front is a neo-nazi organization that believes America should be an exclusively white nation. The group was formed by two different neo-Nazi organizations, which merged after being banned from online platforms for promoting hate speech. There are chapters all over the United States, with members who believe in white nationalism and antisemitism. The group fosters hate against minorities, including Jews, Muslims, African Americans, immigrants, lesbian, gay…