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*CONTENT WARNING: the following contains racial slurs and threats of violence

Records from a Seattle federal court show Eric Lin, 35, originally from Clarksburg, Maryland appeared Monday on charges brought by FBI offices in Florida. Lin was charged with interstate transmission of threatening communication.

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Former Senate candidate Don Grundmann and his group, the National Straight Pride Coalition (NSPC), announced last month intentions to hold a straight pride rally in its home town of Modesto, California.

Despite the NSPC's website claiming to celebrate the "inherent superiority" of whiteness and heterosexuality, Grundmann insisted its members aren't racist.

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Paul Craig Cobb in Leith, N.D., Aug. 27, 2013. Paul Craig Cobb, a newcomer to Leith, which has a population of about 20 people, has been buying up property in an attempt to transform the town into a colony for white supremacists. (Jenn Ackerman/The New York Times)

The dawning of the age of genetic ancestry tests (GAT) such as 23andme and Ancestry.com seemed as though they would be an inadvertent boon to white supremacists, a way to resurrect a long history of “scientific racism” or illegitimate attempts to prove racial superiority through one or more scientific fields, long considered pseudoscience by actual scientists.

White supremacists espouse a dangerous and foolish ideology that says that “pure” descendants of white Europeans are superior to other races, and that they must somehow recreate a white nation state at the expense of people of color, and those of the Jewish faith, among others. The recent white supremacist protest in Charlottesville, Virginia, which turned violent for many, and fatal for Heather Heyer, showed that these groups are as committed as ever to their vision of terror.

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