When white nationalists chant their weird slogans, what do they mean? - 2017-10-10

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F0.png When white nationalists chant their weird slogans, what do they mean? October 10, 2017, David Neiwert, Southern Poverty Law Center

Torch-bearing white nationalists led by racist "alt-right" figure Richard Spencer once again marched in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend, in a repeat of their appearance on August 11, when a similar polo-shirt-bedecked crowd carried tiki torches to the University of Virginia, chanting a variety of slogans and far-right catchphrases.

"You Will Not Replace Us!" they shouted in unison Saturday. Later, they sang a rendition of the adopted Confederate anthem, "Dixie," and also chanted, "Russia is Our Friend!" and "The South Will Rise Again!"

The chants even included an odd attack on a fantasy fiction character: "Harry Potter is Not Real!"

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{{cite news | first = David | last = Neiwert | title = When white nationalists chant their weird slogans, what do they mean? | url = https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/2017/10/10/when-white-nationalists-chant-their-weird-slogans-what-do-they-mean | work = Southern Poverty Law Center | date = October 10, 2017 | accessdate = February 20, 2020 }}