The Occidental Observer: Online Anti-Semitism's New Voice - 2012-12-14

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F0.png The Occidental Observer: Online Anti-Semitism's New Voice December 14, 2012, Anti-Defamation League

An online publication called The Occidental Observer has become a primary voice for anti-Semitism from far-right intellectuals. Founded in October 2007 as a "Webzine," or online magazine, it is one of a number of publishing efforts that have grown out of the Charles Martel Society, a group founded by William Regnery II, a Chicago, Illinois-based heir to the Regnery publishing fortune.

Kevin MacDonald's influence

Ideologically, the magazine is guided by the ideas of Kevin MacDonald, an anti-Semitic professor of evolutionary psychology at California State University, Long Beach, who regularly writes for the publication.

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{{cite news | title = The Occidental Observer: Online Anti-Semitism's New Voice | url = https://www.adl.org/news/article/the-occidental-observer-online-anti-semitisms-new-voice | work = Anti-Defamation League | date = December 14, 2012 | accessdate = February 20, 2020 }}