The British newspaper The Guardian has done a remarkable service by examining the online trail of bigotry left by Anders Breivik, the white nationalist who murdered 77 innocents in two different killings sprees in Norway last July.
They provide links to Beivik's 1500-page manifesto as well as to those pages that the killer himself linked to. This web page spider web weaves together European far-right groups, American Islamophobic "counter-Jihad" sites, as well as more mainstream sources.
According to Andrew Brown, the journalist for The Guardian who wrote the introduction to the visualization, "Anders Breivik's manifesto reveals a subculture of nationalistic and Islamophobic websites that link the European and American far right in a paranoid alliance against Islam and is also rooted in some democratically elected parties."
Data Source: Wikipedia
The data used in the map above is drawn from the listing of 2009 and 2010 Tea Party rallies based on press accounts available on Wikipedia. The list is far from complete, but it does provide an initial sketch of Tea Party activity. Where no size estimate was ascertainable, a "1" was placed in the database merely to mark location. We hope to add to this database over time to fill in the picture more completely. If you have first-hand accounts or press clippings of Tea Party events in your community, please contact us.