M3D2: Trends in the Skinhead Movement

M3D2: Trends in the Skinhead Movement
This activity will allow you the opportunity to discuss the seemingly paranoid beliefs of some of these activity-based gangs.
Since the election of BO, we’ve heard about the increase in these groups. Of course, the SPLC et al. has a pretty broad definition of these groups. And, this got even worser (there I said it) with the election of The Donald.
Additionally, we’re told by The Department of Homeland Security, that it’s the right wing, the angry white guys, the alt-right, that’s more dangerous than the Islamic Supremacists, the left wingnuts, etc.
And now we have the debacle that is Afghanistan with the Taliban firmly in charge, and their connections with at least AQ as well as Russia and China.
Similar comments about the right were made with the Brexit decision and even with the French election. Here’s the BIG and ONLY question for the week:Should we be concerned or is this much ado about nothing?All initial posts due on Thursday. Replies due by Sunday by 11:59PM. Be sure to review your writing for grammar and spelling before posting.
Read any postings already provided by your instructor or fellow students. Read and respond to the conclusions drawn by at least two of your classmates. Remember to read the feedback to your own major postings and reply to it throughout the module.
See the Course Calendar for due dates for initial posts and responses.
Consult the Discussion Posting Guide for information about writing your discussion posts. It is recommended that you write your post in a document first. Check your work and correct any spelling or grammatical errors.
This is a post first discussion forum, which means you must submit your initial post before you can view other students posts.
When you are ready to make your initial post, click on “Reply.” Then copy/paste the text into the message field, and click Post Reply.
To respond to a peer, click Reply beneath her or his post and continue as with an initial post.
This discussion will be graded using the SPS Default Discussion Rubric. Please review this rubric, located on the Rubrics page within the Start Here module of the course, prior to beginning your work to ensure your participation meets the criteria in place for this discussion. All discussions combined are worth 30% of your final course grade