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alt-right

(ôlt′rīt′)
n.
A loosely organized political movement founded in the United States in the early 21st century as an alternative to traditional conservativism and characterized by incendiary rhetoric, rejection of perceived political correctness, and espousal of controversial positions such as white nationalism, male chauvinism, antisemitism, and hatred of Islam.

alt′-right′ adj.
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The story was spread in several languages by Sputnik from where it was taken over by so-called "alternative" media like the Czech Vlastenecke Noviny, or the Facebook group AltRight.
White supremacist and the president of National Policy Institute, a white supremacist think tank, Richard Spencer, spoke about how alt-right brigade will survive the new ruling by Twitter which led to the massive purging of accounts which contained hateful imagery and display names, which included numerous alt-right accounts, in a video published by AltRight.
This came after it was criticised for verifying the account of Jason Kessler, a US altright figure who organised a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, STATEMENT NEW RULES Kr Virginia.
A saber los colectivos procedentes de plataformas como 4chan, 8chan, /Pol/ o Reddit, entre otras, que crearon una subcultura de intercambio de ideas, debates y humor que desde cierto "apoliticismo" de origen, comenzaron a compartir sus experiencias y rabia con altas dosis de humor donde predominaba el machismo, el racismo y la homofobia y que recientemente es conocida como AltRight (Derecha Alternativa) (Reguera, 2017).