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By Light, Upon Light

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Book Id: WPLBN0100303208
Format Type: PDF (eBook)
File Size: 205.02 MB.
Reproduction Date: 12/6/2020

Title: Ctrl+Alt+Del-Hate : E-Magazine, Volume 04: E-Magazine  
Author: Light, Upon Light
Volume: Volume 04
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Social Sciences, extremism, polarization
Collections: Biographies, Authors Community
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Publication Date:
2020
Publisher: Light Upon Light
Member Page: Light Upon Light

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Light, U. L., & Light, L. U. (2020). Ctrl+Alt+Del-Hate : E-Magazine, Volume 04. Retrieved from http://www.self.gutenberg.org/


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Welcome to another issue of Ctrl+Alt+Del-Hate magazine, the post 2020 U.S. election edition. It is an important one. Many will be happy to see 2020 come to end. The year has certainly been a confusing and potentially paradigm-altering one. However, while it may be comforting to believe that the U.S. presidential electoral outcome, Joe Biden’s victory over Donald Trump, will allow us to transition into 2021 with hopes that the division and discord, social breakdown and danger of polarization, hate and extremism that have only enhanced since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine will end, we might do better to absorb the reality that the situation is more dire than we might imagine. As a result, we are titling this edition of Ctrl+Alt+Del-Hate, ‘Divided We Stand,’ a play on the phrase ‘United We Stand; Divided We Fall,’ an important concept connected to America’s history.

Summary
Ctrl+Alt+Del-Hate is an online E-magazine and broader initiative dedicated to combating polarization, hate and extremism. It's part of the www.LightUponLight.Online ecosystem. With articles and insights offered by former violent extremists, survivors of extremist violence and researchers, the magazine combats extremist groups and individuals online and is used in print offline to prevent interest in extremist ideologies/movements & to provide positive alternatives for those in radical movements.

Excerpt
Welcome to another issue of Ctrl+Alt+Del-Hate magazine, the post 2020 U.S. election edition. It is an important one. Many will be happy to see 2020 come to end. The year has certainly been a confusing and potentially paradigm-altering one. However, while it may be comforting to believe that the U.S. presidential electoral outcome, Joe Biden’s victory over Donald Trump, will allow us to transition into 2021 with hopes that the division and discord, social breakdown and danger of polarization, hate and extremism that have only enhanced since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine will end, we might do better to absorb the reality that the situation is more dire than we might imagine. As a result, we are titling this edition of Ctrl+Alt+Del-Hate, ‘Divided We Stand,’ a play on the phrase ‘United We Stand; Divided We Fall,’ an important concept connected to America’s history.

Table of Contents
Divided We Stand Coming to Grips with (True) Reality: My Story into and out of the Far-Right 2042: The Far-Right’s Y2K and What to Do About It The Invisible Enemy: The Threat of the Far-Right Post-Election When you’re talking you’re not fighting: my journey in and out the Proud Boys movement Where we go from here? The Incel Problem A Conversation with Naama Kates Escape Hate An Interview with Dr. Anne Speckhard

 

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