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'Hatreon' Is The New Crowdfunding Platform For The 'Alt-Right'


Alt-Right Leaders Create Croudfunding Site, Prevent Others from Seeing their Plans This has generally been a very difficult tasks, as many members of the "alt-right" are openly white nationalists and racists. It is also not uncommon to find antisemitism on forums frequented by members of the alt-right. Oftentimes croudfunding sites banned alt right users because they violated hate speech policies, and on some occasions threatened people's lives with their projects. As a result, banned users began searching for what they are referring to as "free speech alternatives." In June, that search ended for many when they came together to launch a new crowdfunding site that they are calling "Hatreon." Those already using and supporting the site include Richard Spencer, white nationalist and inventor of the "alt-right" moniker who has often praised Donald Trump; anonymous news parody personality TV KWA; and "ethno nationalist" Tara McCarthy, known on YouTube. Each of them says they'll use Hatreon to fund their content.

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