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The 'alt-right' or 'alternative right' is a name currently embraced by some white supremacists and white nationalists to refer to themselves and their ideology, which emphasizes preserving and protecting the white race in the United States in addition to, or over, other traditional conservative positions such as limited government, low taxes and strict law-and-order.The movement has been described as a mix of racism, white nationalism and populism ...The Trump administration has included several figures who are associated with the alt-right, such as former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon.According to a Southern Poverty Law Center report published in February 2018, over 100 people have been killed and injured in 13 attacks by alt-right influenced perpetrators since 2014.criticizes "multiculturalism" and more rights for non-whites, women, Jews, Muslims, gays, immigrants and other minorities.
Many people also believe that the Jews should be exterminated".
Audrea Lim, writing in The New York Times, quotes an alt-right commenter as writing that "'exclusively' dating Asian women is practically a 'white-nationalist rite of passage.'" Lim speculates that the trend may be "at the intersection of two popular racial myths", the first that Asian-Americans are a "model minority" that works hard, is high-achieving and behaves itself.
The other is that Asian women are subservient and hypersexualized.
Richard Spencer coined the term in 2010 in reference to a movement centered on white nationalism and has been accused by some media publications of doing so to excuse overt racism, white supremacism and neo-Nazism.
In response to a Washington Post article that portrayed the movement as "offensiveness for the sake of offensiveness", Anglin said: "No it isn't.