The Sun newspaper's royal "Nazi expose" last week was one of the most controversial tabloid covers ever seen. But the paper was right to bring it to our attention, just as we are right to expose radical ideology among British Muslims today
The founder of France's Front National has reaffirmed his remarks that the Nazi gas chambers were just a detail of World War II, raising new fears about the highly popular far-Right political party
As the UN and the US cosy up to Iran and allow Assad to stay in power, Israel’s leader will go his own way to save his country
In 2014 the challenge for Europe's far-right will not be forming a group in the European Parliament, but rather holding it together
The Tazpit News Agency has provided an image of a Nazi flag flying over the Palestinian village of Beit Ummar in the West Bank
The latest debacle surrounding UKIP candidate Richard Delingpole juxtaposed with the David Stein case reveals some stark editorial hypocrisy at The Guardian
Groups consisting of young Germans from across the country are set to hold a conference in the city on Hitler's birthday tomorrow
The story of Dr. Rachel Frosh rose to the fore after the Daily Mail covered the story in an extremely questionable manner. The article has now been amended
Whatever government decides about Leveson’s recommendations, it is online outlets like the Commentator who put forward the best counter-weight against the worst behaviours of the mainstream media
The debate about where Nazism should be placed on the political spectrum has enjoyed a renaissance of late. The answer is so obvious that we really needn't have bothered
Dr. Rachel Frosh has been reinstated onto the Conservative Party's candidates list after efforts
The Conservative party has apparently suspended a parliamentary candidate with 20 years experience in the NHS, due to a retweet linking Nazism to Socialism
Rachel Frosh resigned earlier this week for linking Nazism to Socialism, but here she makes the case that it remains very much a valid view
Nazis, with their statist economic policies and penchant for nationalisation, bear almost no resemblance to modern right-wingers. So why is Hitler still considered to be of the far right?
The attempted commandeering of the cause of liberty should be rejected at every turn, says Austin Petersen
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