By Cory Doctorow In the first volume of Briggs Land, DMZ-creator Brian Wood set up a gripping scenario: a leadership struggle in a far-right separatist cult whose leader has languished in prison for decades. Now, in the second collection Wood and his collaborators are playing out the story for all it’s worth.
Tennys Sandgren’s unexpected success has people enquiring about if he has links to the alt-right.Image: GREG WOOD/AFP/Getty Images By Johnny Lieu2018-01-23 06:08:06 UTC This year has been rather fruitful for the underdog at the Australian Open tennis tournament. One of the unexpected successes is a Tennessean with a funny name, Tennys Sandgren, whose giant-killing effortsRead More
What goes around comes around, they say. In a deeply ironic twist of fate, the ship that was commissioned by far-right group “Generation Identity” to stop refugees from coming to Europe, went in distress off the coast of Libya and had to be rescued by a refugee rescue boat. The refugee rescue group Sea-Eye saidRead More