Welcome to RightWatch. This page is designed to aid
progressives in the pursuit of "know thine enemy," and
so it includes many direct links to right-wing web sites,
including the religious right, various white supremacists, and
some slightly more subtle but still frightening sites. Hope you
find it useful, even if you are an evil right-wing bourgeois
racist pig. :)
Highlight of February 1999
- A front for the white supremacist group stormfront.org.
This site is dedicated to discrediting Dr. King. The site highlights
the "heroic efforts" of such lovely folk as Jesse Helms and
David Duke to "bring the truth about King's sordid past to
light." It contains the expected anti-communist, anti-Jewish
inflections and complains about his academic record. Kevin Alfred
Strom calls King a "despicable hypocrite, an immoral degenerate,
and a worthless charlatan."
Index: Religious Right,
Nationalists and other Racialists, Standard Right-Wing Crap
- Sara Diamond
- For valuable insight into the workings of the Christian
Right, turn to the print world by looking at the writings
of Sara Diamond. She regularly has articles in Z
Magazine and has written at least one book that
I'm aware of.
on the Family
- Famous for attacking the rights of homosexuals and other
groups which do not fit into a narrow conception of the
family, James Dobson's organization has taken to the net.
- Christian Coalition
- The Christian Coalition is one of the Christian right's
strongest organizations with the most political clout.
- The Christian Broadcasting
- The 700 Club home page. CBN often features
guests attacking multiculturalism, feminists,
homosexuals, and so on in the name of Christianity.
- The Rapture Index
- Billing itself as a resource for "The study of bible
prophecy, the rapture of the church, and current
events," also features criticism (with few or no
specifics) of the "liberal media" in at least
- National Alliance
- A very extensive site, the National Alliance home page
features documents that explain the principles of the
organization, a link to a white nationalist radio program
which can be listened to on the Internet, and various
other collections. Like many racialist organizations,
National Alliance relies on a biological explanation of
race and on revisionist history.
White Nationalist Resources
- Stormfront produces a number of articles from a
white nationalist point of view.
- CROSSTAR: The
- Claim to be "real Americans"; their project for
America involves removing the "debilitating
elements" including "Non-Americans: Wetbacks,
boat people and aliens who crash our borders" and
"Anti-Americans" including "communists,
communist sympathizers, cultists, traitors and other
subversives" and "un-Americans" such as
homosexuals and "riot-prone" minorities.
- The David Duke Campaign
- Promotes David Duke's Senate campaign and features
articles by David Duke on his racial thinking and on the
reasons why he is running for Senate. Also features an
e-mail address, but judging by the name, it is probably
- White Aryan Resistance
- Tom Metzger's organization. The newspaper features
rambling articles justifying racism/racialism. For those
with a desire to flame, "Hate Page" is WAR's
- Be Wise As
- A home page for Christian Racialists. Claims that there
is a war on Christians and white people which is
supported by the establishment.
- American National Socialist Party
- An e-mail address for US Nazi Party.
German Proverbs and Nazism (text over 100K)
- A research paper which examines the use of language in
Germany just before the rise of the Nazis and examines
how the Nazis utilized proverbs in slogans to legitimize
- USENET newsgroups
- Many racialists hang out in USENET newsgroups listed
- A very noisy newsgroup, primarily composed of
flame wars between apolitical, anti-racist, and
- Includes many more skinhead postings and has a
significantly lower volume.
- E pluribus unum
- Rightgrrl! A Meeting Ground for Conservative and Prolife Women!
- Proof that even anarchist/punk jargon isn't safe from co-option.
Actually, that's an unfair assessment of the significance of this
site. What's really interesting about Rightgrrl!
is that it combines live news, commentary, site content aggregation
and even a little bit of activist merchandising to target women and
promote an anti-abortion message. The advisory board includes a number
of regionally influential media personalities.
- Note that identifying LaRouche's politics is a touchy
issue and that it may be inappropriate to label it
"right-wing", but it is a populism with some
- Rush Limbaugh
- There are probably hundreds of Rush Limbaugh home pages,
so I'm just listing a few. Many of these repeat the same
- Free Congress Foundation
- Certainly does nothing to hide its corporate sponsors;
Jeffery H. Coors is the Chairman. Paul Weyrich is also
involved. The organization seeks to "promote western
culture" which involves projects in the former
soviet union, monitoring of the judicial selection
process in the U.S., and other lobbying efforts. Is the
parent organization of a host of other conservative