John Safran on Australia’s most dangerous extremists

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    Could Trump happen in Australia?

    The same questions have been asked over and over since the U.S. election - Will there be another Trump? Could Trump happen in Australia? We spoke to John Safran, the author of 'Depends What You Mean By Extremist' who spent 18 months with Australian extremists and discovered that rapidly growing...

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    Why do white Australians join ISIS?

    When we think of ISIS, one of the last things that comes to mind is a red-headed white dude. But that was exactly the image that beamed through our television screens when a group of young Aussies had been caught fleeing the country to join ISIS. One of those men...

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    Is it OK to punch a Nazi?

    It's the greatest moral dilemma of our time. Punching = Bad Nazis = Bad So does that mean it's alright to punch a Nazi? This ethical quandary started floating around the Internet after infamous Neo-Nazi and professional gronk, Richard Spencer, was punched in the face during a live cross on...

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    The one thing ordinary Aussies get completely wrong about the far-right

    Most ordinary Australians misunderstand one crucial thing about far-right parties like Pauline Hanson's One Nation and Reclaim Australia. We've formed this narrow image of them as Neo-Nazi skinheads, white nationalists and basically just angry white bogans with a penchant for large white hoods. But as John Safran explained on Techly...

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