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Voice of America quoted Erroll Southers of the USC Price School on why white supremacy is no longer a fringe movement.
“I don’t think it’s (white supremacy) any longer a fringe movement, it is certainly coming of age. It is being globalized at a very rapid pace,” said Erroll Southers, a professor of national and homeland security at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Southers asserts one reason for increased white supremacist rhetoric hangs on immigration and a “notion that there’s a ticking clock down to the eventual what these extremists will call ‘white genocide’ of their respective communities in nations around the world.” Another factor says Southers is “the issue is one of believing that there’s no longer a place for white people [in the world], and unfortunately this is an international threat that knows no borders and they believe that the only way to combat this is now violence.”