supremacist


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a person who advocates the supremacy of some particular group or race over all others

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It followed the Charleston church shooting, when white supremacist gunman Dylann Roof, 21, killed nine black church-goers.
ADL also recently updated its online backgrounder on the white supremacist Council of Conservative Citizens, the organization cited by Dylann Storm Roof in his online racist manifesto.
Scalise was invited to the white supremacist 2002 convention, an invitation that Duke said the now-House Majority Whip accepted without reservation.
White supremacists are planning to take control of a town in North Dakota, USA.
Leyden also said that they are prized recruits because they have a number of traits that make them valuable for the white supremacists.
Page, 40, was a "frustrated neo-Nazi" who led a racist white supremacist band, the watchdog Southern Poverty Law Centre said.
Among the Ja'fari Shi'ites, for example, the supremacists claim they are the true Muslims and dismiss all the others as not being properly Islamic.
Supremacist Ayatullah Ahmad Jannati, the head of the Guardians Council, says: "Basically, there is no need for the participation of these {reformist/Khomeinist] people in the elections.
Many white supremacist groups are going more mainstream," says Jack Levin, a Northeastern University criminologist who studies hate crime.
A jam jar of poisonous ricin was found along with a number of documents linking the white supremacist with terrorism.
Miller, who helped set up the white supremacist group, was shot dead in 2002 after divulging the gang's secrets in a TV interview.
An 88-year-old suspected white supremacist has been charged with the murder of a security guard at a holocaust museum in Washington DC, US officials said.
Authorities said they were investigating a white supremacist as the suspect.
We believe the people involved being white supremacist extremists and one of our lines of inquiry was that they were going to target people from ethnic minorities.
Durham's assistant chief constable Mick Barton said: "We believe those involved to be white supremacist extremists and one line of inquiry is they were going to target minorities.