Keeping up with the cranks, thugs and racists that comprise the Far Right is a full-time job.
These flaky individuals often work together for a few months or years then split off after a drunken argument, or simply because they can’t get on with each other or the rest of humanity.
Cataloguing the changing face of the Far Right is often a difficult job and the new Extremis Project is a useful resource in that respect.
Their Beginners guide to new groups on Britain’s far right is short, but it provides valuable insights:
“Whether culturism is a genuinely new strain of ideological thinking or a cynical euphemism for race remains unclear. However, Britain’s far right have long understood that openly racial language serves to alienate much of their core demographic. Hence, it is no surprise that an ideology that replaces racial preservation with cultural preservation may well be seen as an easier sell. Whether the language of culturism becomes more widely disseminated among Britain’s far right, or whether it proves to be an ideological cul-de-sac, is yet to be seen.