14 is numerical shorthand for the white supremacist slogan known as the "14 Words": "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children."
14 Words is a reference to the popular white supremacist slogan: "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children."
ALTERNATE NAMES: Fourteen WordsRead more about 14 Words
1488: 14 words and the 8th letter of the alphabet. Combined this creates a powerful symbol for white supremacists. Find out the true meaning of these numbers.
ALTERNATE NAMES: 8814Read more about 1488
88 is a white supremacist numerical code for Heil Hitler. Read more about the meaning behind the numbers, as well as how it’s used in non-extremist forms.
“Anti-Antifa” images are white supremacist symbols and memes directed against antifa activists. Antifa (short for “anti-fascist”) are left-wing and anarchist activists who focus on directly confronting white supremacists.
The Arrow Cross symbol derives from the Hungarian fascist political party known as the Arrow Cross Party that was active during 1935-45. Since then, various neo-Nazis and white supremacists have used the symbol themselves, either generically or as part of the logo of a specific hate group.
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The Aryan Fist symbol is a white supremacist symbol adopted from the "black power fist" used by black nationalist groups in the 1960s and 1970s.
ALTERNATE NAMES: White Power Fist, White FistRead more about Aryan Fist
ALTERNATE NAMES: Ku Klux Klan, MIOAKRead more about Blood Drop Cross
Racist skinheads prefer wearing steel-toed workboots, typically with red or white shoelaces laced a certain way.
ALTERNATE NAMES: Red Shoelaces, White ShoelacesRead more about Boots and Laces
The “Bowlcut” is an image of a bowl-shaped haircut resembling the one sported by white supremacist mass killer Dylan Roof. People who use the “bowlcut” image or other “bowl” references admire Roof and call for others to emulate his racist murders.
ALTERNATE NAMES: Odin’s Cross, Sun Cross, Wheel CrossRead more about Celtic Cross
The Confederate flag is a common white supremacist symbol. Learn more about its use by non-extremists, as well as its recognition as a hate symbol.
The "echo," as it is sometimes called, is the online use by antisemites of multiple parentheses around a person's name to indicate that they are Jewish or, when used around a phrase or term, such as (((banker))), to imply that the word "Jewish" should be added to it.
ALTERNATE NAMES: Parentheses, ParenthesisRead more about Echo