Originally Posted by Old Dude
One bit from the above is a little odd:
"The fact is that some of what Icke says has a resonance in these quarters. He's against world conspiracies, free trade, the MAI, the WTO and corporate globalism. Many of his far right supporters are active in other areas as well: cannabis legalization, alternative health, anti-corporate activism, even support for native sovereignty struggles like Gustavsen Lake."
I don't believe the laundry list of positions above is well-correlated with the term "far right". For example, LABF is very much opposed to "corporate globalism", but he would rather die than be called "far right".