The far right represents a more extreme version of conservatism, as its political vision is usually justified by the aspiration to restore or preserve values and practices that are part of the idealized historical heritage of the nation or ethnic community.
As opposed to the revisionist historical heritage
, I guess.
The report says there were 350 “attacks initiated by far-right groups/individuals” in 2011.
Details about what makes an attack a “far right” action are not clear in the report...
I really wonder what those were.
I don't know what those 350 "attacks" were but there have been statements that indicate who is considered the radical far-right:
Obama's "they cling to their guns and god" (paraphrased) accusation during his first campaign;
the 2009 DHS paper defining patriotic and religious groups as terrorists;
the NRA, all civilian gun-owners;
veterans, by extension I suppose the American Legion and VFW;
the paper referenced in this thread defining anyone who disagrees with the current administration or national state of affairs as dangerous far-right extremists.
The administration appears to be paving the way to forcefully suppress the citizenry by painting those it perceives as challengers to it's ideology as un-American, un-Patriotic and even dangerous terrorists. This thread is about the beginning of indoctrinating and desensitizing our future military leaders for possible deployment against US citizens on US ground.