Leading members included , and. The far-right has historically favored an society based on its belief in the legitimacy of the rule of a supposed superior minority over the inferior masses. Far right politics usually involve — a belief that superiority and inferiority is an innate reality between individuals and groups — and a complete rejection of the concept of social equality as a norm. Merkl, Introduction I: The Extreme Right in the Ascendancy P. Waves of Rancor: Tuning in the Radical Right. The body, which concerned itself with conspiracy theories regarding international finance, was close to. Some aspects of fascist ideology have been identified with right-wing political parties: in particular, the fascist idea that superior persons should dominate society while undesirable elements should be purged, which in the case of Nazism resulted in.
Find sources: — · · · · March 2011 The far-right, extreme right, hard right, radical right, fascist-right and ultra-right are terms used to discuss the position a group or person occupies within. Radical Right: Voters and Parties in the Electoral Market. The group had a military structure and was divided into four distinct groups, although membership was always tiny at best. Led by Bill Whitbread it hoped to infiltrate the mainstream trade union movement but was eventually scuppered by internal differences. The rise of far-right political parties has also been viewed as a rejection of values on the part of some voters. He has, on occasion, stood for election to , as an independent. Prominent members include leader Tony Williams, founding member Steve Sargent, and , the group's first leader.
Copsey, Contemporary British Fascism, Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, p. English Solidarity was established by in 1988. It became a founder group of the in 1982. New York: Infobase Publishing, 2006. The British National Party was a -based group led by during the mid-1970s.
Their first protest involved an attempt to deface the in London. The group disappeared in the mid-1980s following revelations from but returned in September 1983 and has continued to exist in some form to the present day. There is also debate about how appropriate the labels fascist or neo-Fascist are. The group, which was linked to the , helped to organised the White Defence Associations, armed gangs of vigilantes active in areas of racial tension. From 1945 to the mid-1950s, far-right parties were marginalised and their ideologies were discredited due to the recent existence and defeat of. Merkl; ten theories of the extreme right, Roger Eatwell; the growing threat of the radical right, Hans Georg Betz.
The party was effectively defunct long before Anderson's death in February 2011. Although never a national force the party enjoyed support in the where it had a councillor elected. It contested the and in on a neo-Nazi platform, attracting little support. The National Socialist Group, led by the Olliffe brothers and Dave Courtney, was a paramilitary organisation linked to the in the late 1960s. Targeting left-wing demonstrations where it attempted to provoke violence, the Commando disappeared when Norris was jailed in 1969. Most recently he has been found guilty of racially harassing his neighbour, a woman of origin. However, they usually lack a rigid ideology.
The term is often used to describe , , , and other or organizations that feature , , , , or views. It produced its own journal Right. The group stood two candidates, including Anderson, for election to in the , but came third in both wards. His articles have appeared in such journals as The British Journal of Political Science, Comparative Politics, and Party Politics. Malski assumed the title of Field Marshal.
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. The Politics of the Extreme Right: From the Margins to the Mainstream. The group attracted local pockets of support but struggled to cope with the emergence of the National Front the following year and faded in the 1970s. Tolz, Rightwing Extremism in Russia: The Dynamics of the 1990s J. Oxon, England; New York City, United States: Routledge, 2008 p.
Further information: Far-right politics includes but is not limited to aspects of , and. In: West European Politics 11 1988:2 , 2—18. Keith, Waves of Rancor: Tuning in the Radical Right Armonk, New York: M. Merkl, Stronger than ever R. The party's main policies were an end to immigration, repatriation of immigrants and belief in an international conspiracy. Many of these parties stem from either the legacy of 's , or the political views held by either , Andrew Fountain, Eddy Morrison, Ian Anderson, Colin Jordan and A. With Ami Pedahzur , The Democratic Experience and Political Violence 2001, eds.
The United Party was a minor group based in that existed briefly during 1974. Archived from on 13 November 2013. Right-wing terrorists aim to overthrow governments and replace them with nationalist or fascist-oriented governments. These can lead to oppression and violence against groups of people based on their supposed inferiority, or their perceived threat to the native , , or ultraconservative social institutions. The hard right in the United States The examples and perspective in this section deal primarily with Western Europe and do not represent a of the subject. The terms have been used by different scholars in somewhat conflicting ways. Westin, Racism and the Political Right: European Perspectives A.