Neil Mackay: We must no longer shrink from the deadly threat of the far right

WEST Virginia was in my thoughts yesterday. In the spring of 2006 I spent a lot of time there, hanging out at an armed neo-nazi compound. I remembered the US marine – freshly radicalised during a tour of Iraq – taking me to the compound’s heavily-stocked armoury and selecting an AK-47, shotgun and revolver to go shooting in the woods. The compound was owned by the National Alliance (NA) – then America’s most dangerous neo-nazi organisation. I remembered the NA warehouse, filled with mi .