What do far-right terrorists actually believe?

The far-right’s idea of an international white identity is at odds with mainstream patriotism.

Paul Stott

Topics Politics UK USA World

In the recent terrorist attack in Hanau, Germany, a far-right gunman murdered multiple civilians in attacks on two cafes, before killing his mother and then himself. Tobias Rathjen also produced a political statement. In it, he raged against immigration, calling for Germany’s population to be reduced by half. He also meandered through a series of bizarre and unexpected points, complaining about his lack of success with women and calling for Jürgen Klinsmann to be reinstalled as the German national football coach.

Rathjen clearly struggled to express himself in any way other than through violence. But a deeper look at the statements which have accompanied far-right terror attacks suggests that a much more challenging set of ideological issues are at play. Along with spiked columnist Rakib Ehsan, I have just completed a 10,000-word analysis of the manifestos which accompanied three far-right terror attacks in 2019 – the Christchurch mosque attacks in March, the shooting at Poway synagogue in California last March, and the attack in El Paso, Texas, in August. On each occasion, the alleged gunman uploaded a statement on 8Chan, a message-board site, immediately prior to the shooting.

The modern far right has a variety of targets. In Christchurch, the target was Muslims. In Poway, it was that old staple, the Jews. In El Paso, Patrick Crusius allegedly singled out Hispanics. Underpinning these hatreds are some familiar tropes. The alleged Poway gunman, John Earnest, wrote in his manifesto that ‘every Jew plays his part to enslave the other races around him’. In what was just a seven-page document, the word ‘Jew’ or ‘Jews’ appears 43 times.

John Earnest and Brenton Tarrant, the alleged Christchurch gunman, both used terms popularised in the American neo-Nazi scene a generation ago. These included the ‘14 words’ (‘We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children’) and the ‘day of the rope’, from far-right novel The Turner Diaries. An ongoing chumminess and self-referential air towards each other and past attackers, such as Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik, also comes across in each statement. The time spent in gaming culture is also evident.

Other tendencies are less expected, and here the detail challenges much of the mainstream commentary on the far right. For instance, Tarrant and Crusius have a particular downer on corporations and finance capital, which they both position at the heart of society’s ills. In his 2,356-word statement, Crusius refers to ‘corporations’ and ‘jobs’ (12 times each) more often than to Hispanics (11 times). Tarrant, in particular, is a keen advocate of an increased minimum wage and greater unionisation. The widespread view of the contemporary far right as being emboldened by or emerging from Brexit, Trump or a free-market right determined to pull the bread from the mouths of the poor is not supported by analysis of these manifestos.

Support for environmentalism runs through each of the documents, too. The far right seems to have soaked up an enormous amount of green ideology from the political mainstream. Crusius declared that ‘our lifestyle is destroying the environment of the country’. His manifesto also sets out a sort of racial futurism, in which he expects the corporate need for immigration to be mitigated by new technology.

Contradictions abound, however. Brenton Tarrant’s manifesto declares that he is an ‘eco-fascist’. But it also says the country closest to his own views is China – a nation known for its homogeneity and rough treatment of minorities, but also with perhaps the worst environmental record of any industrialised economy.

These documents, however vile and contradictory, demand a serious political response. Flawed theories within them, such as the ‘great replacement’ (the view that white majorities are being deliberately replaced by migrants), appear to offer an explanation for social changes which the mainstream is reluctant to discuss. How many politicians in the 1980s or 1990s, for example, gave any indication to voters that within a generation London would have a white British population of under 45 per cent? Equally, it should be obvious to all that jihadist terror attacks and the failure properly to prosecute grooming gangs have created space for the far right. When the political mainstream shirks difficult conversations, far-right conspiracies come to fill the gaps.

Another counterintuitive finding was that the authors of these manifestos are not patriots or even nationalists. They are white separatists, followers of an ideology obsessed by race and rooted in a transnational white identity, besieged by conspiracies they cannot control and by environmental Armageddon.

When we listen to woke academics and activists talking about ‘whiteness’, we see the flipside of the coin in the far right. Indeed, who else proclaims the existence of a ‘white’ identity except the worst elements on the left and the worst elements of the right?

Dr Paul Stott is a research fellow in the Centre on Radicalisation and Terrorism at the Henry Jackson Society. Follow him on Twitter: @MrPaulStott.

His report, Far-right terrorist manifestos: a critical analysis, co-authored with Dr Rakib Ehsan, was published by the Henry Jackson Society on 28 February 2020.

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Aunty Podes

7th March 2020 at 10:29 am

Tobias Rathjen wasn’t a far left, right or middle-of-the-road anything! He was a multi-faceted total nut case without a rational idea in his head.

Francis Lonergan

6th March 2020 at 4:19 pm

Wasn’t open door immigration a deliberate policy by Blair to “rub the right’s noses in it”

bartlebe 2

5th March 2020 at 11:52 pm

I had to go for Prevent training for a public sector job a few years back. Prevent is suppose to be about spotting potential radicalisation of young people and reporting it. So I was taught how to spot the signs that a young person was being radicalised by Islamists? After all they are by far the most dangerous terrorist group in the UK.

Nope, didn’t learn a thing about that. All I learnt was about the far right and how to spot them. The reality of the far right, is they are bunch of pathetic hopeless losers. There has been the odd attack but mainly by loners with mental health issues. They aren’t much of a threat. So why did my training concentrate on them?

The reason is simple, progressives can’t deal with Islamic violence. In their simple world view, white and male means bad. Non-white means good and saying anything negative about anything non-white is racist. So they dismiss Islamic violence, pretend it doesn’t exist.

The far right are useful for them. They can pretend that the far right is the real threat, allowing them to attack white men. With the added bonus of being able to label even their moderate opponents in the likes of the Conservative Party as far right. Or they can claim that the far right is just as big a threat as Islamic violence, creating morel equivalency.

The reality it the far right is nice comfort blanket for the left and progressives. An easy non-threat they can fight which doesn’t force them to question their world view.

a watson

6th March 2020 at 9:30 am

Especially to those in the Labour party who hate and despise the working class white male.

Jim Lawrie

5th March 2020 at 7:30 pm

Proclaiming that white identity does not exist is ignoring what is happening and therefore not being prepared for what is coming.

Jim Lawrie

5th March 2020 at 6:54 pm

What does that mean “the time spent in gaming culture”? Is that the same as time spent playing games on line – half the under 50, white, male, working class population of the country? Gaming is a working class world. It is not a solitary pursuit. One thing I have noticed about gamers is their strong views on national characteristics, gleaned through playing people and chatting afterwards. One guy I know who was in the top 8,000 laughed at French guys he had despatched and who accused him of being underhand, aggressive and confrontational – on Call of Duty. These moaners were almost always snipers.

For the left anything they cannot exercise control over, understand or master is far right. That is why they call mathematics a right wing pursuit.

Dominic Straiton

5th March 2020 at 5:21 pm

When politicians refuse to confront the barbarity of the battaclan and refer the “lion of London Bridge” ( the first one!!) to be re educated . When they persecute Tommy Robinson even when his 8 year old daughter has been molested. When a politician can virtue signal about children on the border of Greece but do not give two craps about the kids in the Manchester bombing or the thousands raped by jihadi rape gangs, dont be surprised people become “far right”

Jerry Owen

5th March 2020 at 4:56 pm

The moderating needs to be sorted soon I have two under mod and one from yesterday has disappeared.

Peter Spurrier

5th March 2020 at 5:28 pm

Much the same happened to me recently.

Jerry Owen

5th March 2020 at 6:26 pm

I have another one under mod now another cancelled.
If it’s not sorted soon I’m off elsewhere.

Jim Lawrie

5th March 2020 at 6:24 pm

It is becoming more frequent and the reason for it is political censorship.

Jerry Owen

5th March 2020 at 6:30 pm

I think it’s a bad system, but it would help if Spiked explained it.
I have noticed there seems to be correlation between the sporadic periods of high moderation and the sporadic return of the retarded bunny boiler obsessed with rearranging people’s names into some odd version of German.

H McLean

5th March 2020 at 8:48 pm

@Jerry, yes, the moderation limbo is frustratingly slow yet the proliferation of SPAM comments continues carefree and unmolested.

Jerry Owen

5th March 2020 at 4:54 pm

The bogeyman of communism is Stalin ( not that schools teach you that ) the bogeyman of Naziism Hi tl er, both are socialists the main difference being one was for International socialism the other national socialism, in other words it was about geographics not ideology.
H it lers ‘race laws’ or ‘Nuremberg laws’ whereby J e w s were made second class citizens and were not allowed to marry non J e w s came straight out of Jim Crow’s black segregation laws from the American south. They took his laws to Nuremberg and simply replaced black with J e w.
Jim Crow was a leading Democrat ie a man of the left, he and the Democrats were of the same ilk as the K k K . This means in effect that H it ler based his race laws on socialist laws from America.
The more you study him the more leftist he becomes, ie his hatred of the banks, capitalism, his veganism to his environmentalism to his general politics.
If you can accept that he was a real socialist of the left then you have the problem of just what is ‘far right extremism’. I suggest it doesn’t exist, some might think they are ‘far right’ with their ‘far right’ looking banners and salutes, but the are deluding themselves.
As mentioned astutely elsewhere on the replies here most ‘right wing terrorists’ are indeed loners, misfits and mentally ill with a strange mix of ideas . Mair and Brevik clear examples.
The modern ‘far left socialists are in comparison well organised have generally cohesive agreed on policy and act in packs.
Sorry about the spacing but the moderating is not good at the moment.

Ven Oods

5th March 2020 at 1:52 pm

“Contradictions abound, however. ”

Hardly a surprise, though? These individuals (not a part of any cohesive movement) are just loons. Trying to connect the dots or work out how to ‘deradicalise’ them would presuppose a recognisable pattern, whereas they appear from nowhere, do their damage and fizzle out.

Geoff Wilson

5th March 2020 at 1:40 pm

Given their concerns and approach, I think “far left” would be a more appropriate term for these people.

Simon Giora

5th March 2020 at 1:13 pm

“Flawed theories within them, such as the ‘great replacement’ (the view that white majorities are being deliberately replaced by migrants), …….within a generation London would have a white British population of under 45 per cent? “

Eric Praline

5th March 2020 at 2:54 pm

The key word is “deliberately”.

Cedar Grove

7th March 2020 at 4:33 pm

You mean it was a surprise to everyone when fertile young people reproduced?

William Brown

5th March 2020 at 11:24 am

Amazing, isn’t it that anti-semitism, eco-craziness and anti-corporationism is portrayed and reported as ‘far right’, when all of those elements are indeed ‘far left’ viewpoints…

Danny Rees

5th March 2020 at 1:03 pm

Anti Semitism exists on both the right and left.

Anti corporation is mostly left wing but the far right have adopted it recently in relation to being suspended by corporate social media websites.

Environmentalism is wholly leftist.

Neil McCaughan

5th March 2020 at 3:00 pm

Environmentalism is wholly leftist?

A crackpot delusion born on the hard right of politics a hundred years since, and vigorously promoted by fascists – notably the Nazis, but also the fruitcakes who created the Soil Association? Environmentalists are elitist, arrogant, anti-democratic, invariably unscientific, and wholly wrapped up in their deranged belief in their own virtue.

Yup. That largely describes the modern left.

Jonnie Henly

5th March 2020 at 10:28 pm

Horseshoe politics.

Asif Qadir

5th March 2020 at 11:23 am

What kind of arseface kkunts are you? You fey lot bleat on and on about democracy and rights. Not once have l seen any concerted effort from you kkunts ro support the victims of the death-cult, and yet every day we see on here anything but…you were randy az for Brexit…whaddabout all of those people that have been ignored by your politicians? Are they so betond the pale to you arseface, leftist snobs? I’d love to pick the Fey Squad off one-by-one for a good belting,and its the least these superior kkunts deserve.

Asif Qadir

5th March 2020 at 11:26 am



You kkunts better start reporting on the actual democratic injusticees in ur society. Cos I’m gonna.

Asif Qadir

5th March 2020 at 11:28 am

You’d do well to start being honest with yourselves, you fey, leftist losers.


5th March 2020 at 3:07 pm

Can you write anything which doesn’t include four letter words? And DO look up the meaning of the word “fey”.

Asif Qadir

6th March 2020 at 4:27 am

No, and look it up yerself.

Fred Mutton

5th March 2020 at 11:08 am

Black people fight for black people, Muslims for Muslims, Hispanics for Hispanics.
It is natural tribalism. Any race not defending its own is doomed to disappear.

Danny Rees

5th March 2020 at 1:07 pm

Those races fight for their own race because they are being persecuted.

White people have no need to fight for their own race because they’re not being persecuted.

James Abbott

5th March 2020 at 4:40 pm

I have lived for years in Africa and previous to that the Middle East, let me assure you the biggest problem African people have are other African people. Blaming white people and colonial times is just useful smoke screen for the African Kleptocracy. The same holds within Islam and particularly the Arabs and Persians Muslims. You are more likely to be killed or persecuted by another Muslim that any other religious persuasion. I have far more limited experience in Central and South America but the same holds. As Milton Friedman said; do listen to what people say, watch what people do. Africans, Arabs, Asians, Hispanics are heading for western countries rather than the other way around as they are trying to escape their own kind for economic, security or religious reasons.

Cedar Grove

7th March 2020 at 4:43 pm

Please supply some evidence that Black, Hispanic or Muslim people are “persecuted” in the U.K.

I worked in the Guif, where Sunni Muslim Arabs are not persecuted but own and run everything. They supported only other Sunni Muslims, because they believe that they are the best of people, chosen by Allah to impose his will on everybody else.

Mazzy Star

5th March 2020 at 10:13 am

Why is Christchurch mentioned, the most ridiculous false flag ever launched. CGI game type footage with bodies dramatically dropping for the camera that would have been blown to bits, worshippers fleeing when they would have defended the place to the death, film of “blood soaked” Imams arranging the “bodies” of “victims” around the room for the news media. The footage is out there, go find it, it will shock even the hardest conspiracy theorist.

Asif Qadir

5th March 2020 at 9:40 am

Herr Pharquwit. How about repatriating to ur Bangladeshi shytehole so you can tell them what’s what, cos we don’t need the likes of you here…in any way, shape or form. P off back to ur goat-pharquing shytehole. Right now.

Asif Qadir

5th March 2020 at 9:42 am

From here on you’ll be referred to as Herr Pharquwit, Herr Ehsan.

Asif Qadir

5th March 2020 at 9:46 am

We don’t need “advice” from marxist farkwits as it is…can you comprehend what it feels like to us to have is lam on top of that as well?


Danny Rees

5th March 2020 at 1:04 pm

Have you wondered why nobody is bothering to argue against your sad attention seeking trolling?

H McLean

5th March 2020 at 7:36 am

The term ‘far right’ has become such a misapplied bogeyman expression I’m not sure anyone outside academia or the media pays any attention to it anymore. I think the Right has changed in recent years, certainly from the uber patriotism of the Reagan years or religious right that personified Bush II, and more towards living a life with principle-based reason and logic.

I think people are dismayed by the insanity of the woke left and see conservatism as a common sense alternative. People are increasingly uncomfortable with the encroaching oppressive power of the state and this discontent manifests stronger in people who would traditionally see themselves as being on the right.

When people are denied a legitimate voice in the centre it pushes them to the fringes where they are more likely to be radicalised. This is the real issue behind the attacks of “the far right”. It is undeniable that society has become overtly censorious, and this, surely, is why some who feel they are not just being ignored but silenced seek other ways of being noticed.

There’s a quote attributed to JFK that goes, “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” I think that’s applicable in our modern world, especially with those on the dominant left who attack everyone who objects to their ideology as as racist, sexist or Islamophobic, and will stop at nothing to ruin those who refuse to be silenced.

Fred Mutton

5th March 2020 at 11:13 am

Good evaluation.
People under attack respond.
It simply takes longer if the enemy is within.

Geoff Wilson

5th March 2020 at 1:43 pm

Some good points. Too many people are denied a voice on too many issues today.

Mike Jonas

7th March 2020 at 10:14 am

Very good comment, H MCLEAN. I’ll add in the following comment that I had prepared, because its theme fits, but it is really referring to the article not your comment:

Please can everyone writing articles for Spiked stop using the term “far right” in this way. The left of politics believes more in big government than in individual rights, so the far left is fully authoritarian (communism, fascism, etc). The right of politics believes more in individual rights (free speech, democracy, etc), so the far right is anarchic, libertarian, etc. These anti-whatever people (anti-Jew, anti-Muslim, anti- you name it) have very dangerous ideas but they are neither left nor right. The left wing tends to call everyone they don’t like “far right”, so as to condemn the political right by association. Using “far right” when it is inappropriate just plays into their hands.

Commenters Geoff Wilson, William Brown, and maybe some others, correctly point out that “far right” is not the right term to use in this article, but I would suggest that “far left” would be similarly incorrect. We need another term for those who generate hatred towards particular groups. Extremists is not specific enough, so .. Bigots, maybe??

Stephen J

5th March 2020 at 6:49 am

As far as I am aware, the only difference between a far right “activist” and an extreme lefty is that the righty seems to nearly always be a loner.

Their politics are usually very similar, with varying degrees of socialism and biological nationalism.

Neither are particularly generous about people who derived their philosophy from Moses, and the left are intolerant of anyone that disagrees and will cancel them if they have the power.

Historically, the reason that the moniker “far right” was applied, was because some people in the communist party in 1930’s Germany, split away and were softer socialists but harder nationalists, they became known as the far right of communism.

They are NOT right wing, which has much more to do with liberalism, libertarianism and small government.

These people, including those mentioned in the text above, are ALL lefties, and we need to remember that. Just because they tell us that they are completely different, it doesn’t mean to say that if we ever indulged them that they would form very similar governments.

Gareth Hart

5th March 2020 at 9:03 am

There are many a left wing radical who are either lonely (ie. the radical feminists who blame men for everything in the same manner the far right blame Muslims or Jews or Hispanics) or their lack of success in dating and relationships has resulted in a growing number of male feminists being exposed as sexual predators, abusers and actual misogynists. Not all, of course, but more than would be considered purely coincidental.

Maybe it is the inability to attract a partner that is partially to blame for fuelling radicalisation.

Stephen J

5th March 2020 at 6:46 am

As far as I am aware, the only difference between a far right “activist” and an extreme lefty is that the righty seems to nearly always be a loner.

Their politics are usually very similar, with varying degrees of socialism and biological nationalism. Neither are particularly generous about Jews, and the left are intolerant of anyone that disagrees and will cancel them if they have the power.

Historically, the reason that the moniker “far right” was applied, was because some people in the communist party in 1930’s Germany, split away and were softer socialists but harder nationalists, they became known as the far right of communism.

They are NOT right wing, which has much more to do with liberalism, libertarianism and small government.

These people, including those mentioned in the text above, are ALL lefties, and we need to remember that. Just because they tell us that they are completely different, it doesn’t mean to say that if we ever indulged them that they would form very similar governments.

Danny Rees

5th March 2020 at 1:27 am

All terrorist believe in nothing of reality, fact or worth.

Be they far right terrorists who believe in replacement theory or white genocide or Islamist terrorists who believe in being rewarded with 72 virgins or that one day Islam will take over the world with them as it’s rulers.

They are all full of bat shit.

T Zazoo

5th March 2020 at 3:23 am

How about the Provisional IRA? Terrorists to most people yet their beliefs were fairly clear, were they not? Namely a united Ireland under Catholic, Nationalist control.

David George

5th March 2020 at 3:24 pm

Any cause that justifies the slaughter of innocents, a rein of terror, is a lost cause in my book. They say, of course, that the end justifies the means, that justice can be achieved through injustice and there are cases where you could reasonably make that claim – full blown war perhaps; Hiroshima comes to mind. Jerry Corbyn might think it’s acceptable to honour the murderers of innocent athletes but that just goes to show his dangerously selective moral bankruptcy.

Cedar Grove

7th March 2020 at 4:39 pm

If this is all fantasy, could you please offer your lucid explanation of why the proportion of minority groups in the Middle East has so significantly diminished over the last 50 years?

“First we’ll come for the Saturday people, and then the Sunday people” is a principle that’s already been put into effect. Now it’s the turn of the Yezidis, Kurds and Alawites

Asif Qadir

5th March 2020 at 12:56 am

Herr Snott.

Every time l see “far-right” anywhere these days it’s invariably from some ignorant and politically-illiterate leftist liar. Good job teaming up with Herr Ehsan.
It boggles the mind how such ill-informed creeps feel qualified to publicize their demented ravings.

Nice sneer at Rathjen “struggling to express himself in any way other than thru violence” You are aware that that’s the way the British State has been shutting down Tommy Robinson, right? Until the politicians and media agree that is lam has no place in the West, then don’t be surprised to see lots of other guys whose only purpose to you seems to “struggle to express themselves. ..”. ( Tarrant is a hero and if l were NZ Pm I’d release him tomorrow and give him a medal.)

I’ve no doubt that Herr Ehsan is behind the attempt to conflate all of the other stuff, and most especially the Jhoo stuff with the goat-pharquer stuff as I’ve had to pull him up on this in the past. And if you had eyes to see, then you’d notice that all of these people were leftist creeps just like you two. Far-right? No, it’s a measure of just how blind and far-left you both are. Sooks.

(Call the police..they were into…gaming, of all things. Is that really an important part of your conclusion? )

You pair of farking lying losers. Try telling the people in some parts the North of England that “replacement” is a “flawed theory”. Tou lying ignorant kunts.

Danny Rees

5th March 2020 at 1:25 am

You’re just a ranter.

Spiked don’t care about Tommy Robinson and wouldn’t support him for the sake of their own credibility.

And Spiked are not far left. They are center right wing but even they can see the far right don’t have a bleeding clue.

Asif Qadir

6th March 2020 at 4:48 am

I’m a ranter, and you’re attempting to describe a rag that promotes open-borders destruction of nations, fagdom and infanticide as centre-right? That’s pretty ignorant, even by tour low standards, Danny. You just lost any credibility that you might have thought you had. I didn’t really have you down as a snob tho, mostly cos l couldn’t imagine you being in a position to be that way.

Puked!’s credibility, you say? Mr Robinson has been long aware of the dangers that is lam poses to our societies and its complete incompatibility outside of an is lamic shytehole. Open-borders who res, always ignorant leftists, blind themselves to truth and reality. The Fey Squad are too far up their own a rses to see what’s ten feet in front of them , let alone a hero that they’re complicit with the State in persecuting due to the lies that they live.

deborah birkin

8th March 2020 at 8:25 pm

Lefties always begin as socialists, then quickly become absolute fascists, then demand communism and poverty for all, no ambition, identical clothes, low protein food and lots of marching for some peculiar reason, oh and the dreadful hair cuts. Hilter v Xi Jinping, no difference there, both mad dictators, no tolerance of any religion, committed to xenophobic genocide to preserve their cults. Hilter crushed the Jews, Jinping the muslims. Leftism is just another toxic virus that sadly will always be with us as it festers and breeds within ignorance.

Asif Qadir

5th March 2020 at 3:54 am

You gonna be coming down for a chat about all this, Herr Ehsan? How about you, Herr Snott? Let’s start with the issue of repatriation.

Jonnie Henly

5th March 2020 at 12:57 pm

“Try telling the people in some parts the North of England that “replacement” is a “flawed theory”

It’s a bankrupt theory, nevermind a flawed one. It’s straight up BS.

Geoff Wilson

5th March 2020 at 1:57 pm

Look at many old mill towns in Lancashire and you’ll see it is anything but BS. They are unrecognisable from my youth. replacement is a reality!

Jerry Owen

5th March 2020 at 4:37 pm

Little Jonnie
Best not comment on English demographics being a foreigner, it just makes you look rather dimwitted… Leicester minority non white several years ago, other large cities have gone the same way since. Oldham once a white working class area now Muslim dominated other large towns have gone the same way.

Jerry Owen

5th March 2020 at 4:37 pm

Little Jonnie is the resident featherweight troll.

Jim Lawrie

5th March 2020 at 7:00 pm

Geoff Wilson Glasgow is going the same way. I expect the Black and Asian to be c.18% next census, from 4% in 2001.

Asif Qadir

6th March 2020 at 6:51 am

Actually Geoff, I’m sure that you’ll have noticed by now that this is nothing but projection by Jerry Oven-Kraut. He runs around insulting those he perceives to be weaker than him, and yet hasn’t ever answered me. Total coward.

a watson

6th March 2020 at 9:39 am

The overwhelming changes in the racial make-up over the past decade in London are very disturbing.

Peter Spurrier

5th March 2020 at 5:39 pm

‘Tarrant is a hero’. No. Mass murder and heroism are not the same thing.

Asif Qadir

6th March 2020 at 4:50 am

Depends whether you think we’ve been at war since 1982, or not.

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