How to identify the RSU (right-wing extremism) phenomenon

By Nick PoulimenakosSocial media platforms like Twitter and Facebook are increasingly used to promote right-wing political and social movements in Europe, particularly in France and the United Kingdom.

The rise of right-leaning political and right-populist movements has also been driven by populist and extremist social media platforms.

Social media platforms have become tools for radicalizing young people.

In recent years, there have been several incidents of right wing extremism targeting young people, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds, particularly people from ethnic minority groups.

These events have been linked to online platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Vimeo and other social media.

In the United States, the number of people reporting that they were under threat from right wing extremist groups increased from 0.1% in January to 5.3% in February, according to a report by the American Civil Liberties Union.

The report found that people have reported a total of 7,926 threats against them since the beginning of the year, which included 6,897 threats against the LGBT community.

The number of hate crimes against LGBT people in the United State rose from 3,639 in December 2016 to 5,099 in February.

This is a graph from the American Family Association (AFA) which shows the percentage of LGBT people reported as being at risk of violence in the past five years.

In March 2017, the White House issued a statement saying that it had “reopened our office to provide resources to local law enforcement, and to support the implementation of the President’s Executive Orders.”

The White House also announced that the United Nations Human Rights Council has designated the situation of sexual and gender minorities “in the United Republic of North Carolina as a human rights crisis.”

The United States has also passed a number of bills and measures to improve LGBT rights.

On March 7, the Trump administration signed a bill that would ban discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in government and business, as well as for federal contractors.

In June, the Supreme Court upheld the right of transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms of their choice.

On May 19, the Senate passed the “Conversion Therapy” ban.

This law allows therapists to attempt to “convert” transgender children into heterosexuals or vice versa.

The ban has been widely criticized by religious groups and individuals.