It's research from Harvard University.
Harvard? So it must be true then?
I've had a look at what you quote above:
It is the view of one researcher. Hardly a peer-reviewed assessment of the guy.Disclaimer: This paper contains offensive content. “Alt-right” views quoted in this paper are not endorsed by the Shorenstein Center. A new paper by Zack Exley, Joan Shorenstein Fellow (spring 2017), organizer and author dives into a little-known part of the alt-right media landscape, revealing...shorensteincenter.org
It all looks fairly anodyne from what I can see. What he describes as 'anti-semitic' are comments about the Rothschilds and international banking. I think the same accusation was thrown at David Icke wasn't it? And Jeremy Corbyn?
To describe the guy as a Nazi is ridiculous.
Not at all. I would always just rather hear what someone has to say and hear their point of view - rather than dismiss them as 'nazi', 'fascist', 'anti-semitic', 'transphobic', 'terf', or whatever other meaningless epithet can be thrown at anyone these days who has an opinion that is not part of the mainstream. All those words are just used to shut down debate.You're very invested in pretending random neo-Nazis aren't neo-Nazi.
Emperor God Morrissey was fond of Black Pigeon so I'm familiar with him & their "nihilism is beyond the binary" bit.
I think it needs to be impressed upon him that it's not just "a view".
If he keeps posting neo-Nazi videos then that means people will discuss Morrissey & neo-Nazi videos - which means people will continue to associate Morrissey with neo-Nazis.
A gift to his enemies.
Unless he actually wants to be Skrewdriver.
There's yet another negative trending hashtag about him.
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