List of symbols designated by the Anti-Defamation League as hate symbols  

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This is a list of hate symbols, including acronyms, numbers, phrases, logos, flags, gestures and other miscellaneous symbols used for hateful purposes, according to the Anti-Defamation League. Some of these items have been appropriated by hate groups and may have other, non-hate-group-related meanings.

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Acronyms

Acronym Origins Meaning
ACAB Skinhead subculture "All Cops Are Bastards"
AKIA Ku Klux Klan "A Klansman I Am"
AYAK Ku Klux Klan "Are You A Klansman?"
FGRN Ku Klux Klan "For God, Race, and Nation"
GTKRWN General white supremacy "Gas the Kikes; Race War Now"
HFFH Hammerskins "Hammerskins Forever, Forever Hammerskins"
HSN Hammerskins "Hammerskin Nation"
ITSUB Ku Klux Klan "In The Sacred Unfailing Being", a reference to God
KABARK Ku Klux Klan "Konstantly Applied By All Regular Klansmen"
KIGY Ku Klux Klan "Klansman, I Greet You"
KLASP Ku Klux Klan "Klanish Loyalty, A Sacred Principle"
LOTIE Ku Klux Klan "Lady Of The Invisible Empire", in reference to a female Klan member
OFOF Volksfront "One Front, One Family"
ORION General white supremacy "Our Race Is Our Nation"
RAHOWA Creativity (religion) "Racial Holy War"
ROA Volksfront "Race Over All"
SS Nazi Germany "Schutzstaffel"
SWP Californian prison system "Supreme White Power"
WP General white supremacy "White Power" or "White Pride"
WPWW Stormfront (website) "White Pride Worldwide"
ZOG Anti-Semitism "Zionist-Occupied Government"

Numerical

Number Origins Meaning
1–11 Aryan Knights Representing the first and eleventh letters of the alphabet, A and K, meaning "Aryan Knights"
100% General white supremacy "100% White"
109/110 General antisemitism White supremacists claim that Jews have been expelled from 109 nations throughout history; by calling for America to expel Jews as well, they aim to make the USA the "110th". This number is sometimes combined with the numeric code 1488, creating 1488–110.
12 Aryan Brotherhood Representing the first and second letters of the alphabet, A and B, meaning "Aryan Brotherhood"
1312 Skinhead subculture Numerical acronym for ACAB seen above as "All Cops Are Bastards"
13 Aryan Circle Representing the first and third letters of the alphabet, A and C, meaning "Aryan Circle"
14 David Lane (white supremacist) Fourteen Words, "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children"
1423 Southern Brotherhood The Fourteen Words and the 23 precepts of the Southern Brotherhood
1488 General white supremacy The Fourteen Words and the eighth letter of the alphabet, H, repeated twice, standing for "Heil Hitler", see 88 (number)
18 Combat 18 Representing the first and eighth letters of the alphabet, A and H, meaning "Adolf Hitler"
21–2–12 The Unforgiven (prison gang) Representing the twenty-first, second, and twelfth letters of the alphabet, U, B, and L, meaning "Unity, Brotherhood, Loyalty"
23/16 General white supremacy Representing the twenty-third and sixteenth letters of the alphabet, W and P, meaning "White Power" or "White Pride"
28 Blood & Honour Representing the second and eighth letters of the alphabet, B and H, meaning "Blood & Honour"
311 Ku Klux Klan Representing the eleventh letter of the alphabet, K, repeated three times, meaning "Ku Klux Klan"
318 Combat 18 Representing the third letter of the alphabet, C, and 18, meaning "Combat 18"
33/6 Ku Klux Klan The thirty-three represents three elevens, as K is the eleventh letter of the alphabet, and three of them make "KKK" – the six represents the sixth "era" of the Ku Klux Klan
38 Hammerskins Representing the third and eighth letters of the alphabet, C and H, meaning "Crossed Hammers" a reference to the logo of the Hammerskins
43 Supreme White Alliance If one substitutes numbers for the letters in Supreme White Alliance's initials (19, 23, 1), then adds those numbers together, the total is 43.
511 European Kindred Representing the fifth and eleventh letters of the alphabet, E and K, meaning "European Kindred"
737 Public Enemy No. 1 (street gang) The numbers 737 correspond to the letters P, D, and S on a telephone keypad; the initials PDS stand for Peni Death Squad, another name for the group
83 Christian Identity Representing the eighth and third letters of the alphabet, H and C, meaning "Heil Christ" or "Hail Christ"
88 General white supremacy Representing the eighth letter of the alphabet, H, repeated twice, meaning "Heil Hitler"
9% General white supremacy The percentage of the world's population that is purportedly white

Phrases

Phrase Alternate phrase(s) Meaning
"Annuda Shoah" A phrase used to mock the concept that Jewish people regularly talk about the Holocaust; "Annuda" is a spelling of "Another" as if spoken with a heavy Yiddish accent, and "Shoah" is a Hebrew word meaning "Catastrophe", and it is regularly used in reference to the Holocaust. As such, the phrase can be read as: "It's like another Holocaust!"
"Anti-Racist Is a Code for Anti-White" A phrase implying that opponents of racism are secretly trying to eliminate white people, and that being anti-racist is no different than hating white people.
"Blue Eyed Devils" A racial slur originating from Asia to refer to people of European ancestry, it has been adopted by some white supremacists who began to refer to themselves as "Blue Eyed Devils."
"Blut und Ehre" A German phrase translating to "Blood and Honor", it was used as a political slogan by the Hitler Youth.
"Crazy White Boy" A generic phrase used by white supremacists to identify themselves to other white supremacists.
"Day of the Rope" A phrase referring to a fictional event in the neo-Nazi book: The Turner Diaries. In the novel, the "Day of the Rope" is an event where mass lynchings took place against minorities, journalists, and politicians, all within the span of a day.
"Diversity = White Genocide" A slogan implying that growing cultural diversity will bring about "White Genocide".
"Featherwood" The female equivalent to a "Peckerwood", or a member of a white supremacist street or prison gang.
"I have nothing to say" White supremacists claim that these five words should be the only words spoken to police officers.
"It's Okay To Be White" A phrase originating on 4chan in 2017, it was created with the purpose of putting it on fliers to be put in public places. Originators assumed that "liberals" would react negatively to such fliers and condemn them or take them down, thus "proving" that liberals did not even think it was "okay" to be white.
"Love Your Race" A phrase used by white supremacists to encourage racialism.
"Meine Ehre Heisst Treue" "Unser Ehre Heisst Treue" A German phrase translating to "My Honor is Loyalty". It was originally a motto used by the Waffen SS.
"Muh Holocaust" An antisemitic meme used to imply that Jewish people "whine" about the Holocaust. The word "Muh" means "My".
"Non Silba Sed Anthar" "NSSA" A Dog Latin phrase translating to "Not Self, But Others", a phrase used by the Ku Klux Klan.
"Peckerwood" Originally a racial epithet aimed at white people, it was adopted by white supremacists. A "Peckerwood" is a member of a white supremacist street or prison gang.
"Sieg Heil" A German phrase translating to "Hail Victory". It was one of the most widely-used slogans by the Nazi Party.
"Six Gorillion" "Muh Six Gorillion" A phrase making reference to the six million Jewish people killed in the Holocaust. The "million" is replaced with the nonsensical "Gorillion", implying that the number of Jewish deaths caused by the Holocaust is greatly exaggerated.
"The Goyim Know, Shut It Down!" "Da Goyim Know" An antisemitic mockery phrase meant to be understood as spoken by a panicked Jew responding to an occurrence that would ostensibly reveal the "Jewish plot" to manipulate non-Jewish people (A.K.A. "Goyim").
"We Wuz Kangs" "We Wuz Kings",

"Kings N Shiet"

A phrase, written as if spoken in exaggerated African-American Vernacular English, saying "We Were Kings". This phrase mocks the Black Egyptian hypothesis. More specifically, it mocks the idea held by some people of Sub-Saharan African descent that their ancestors were Pharaohs of the Egyptian civilization. The use of mock-vernacular is meant to contrast supposedly "uneducated" African-Americans with supposedly "civilized" Ancient Egyptians.
"White Lives Matter" WLM A phrase meant to combat and oppose the Black Lives Matter movement.
"You Will Not Replace Us" A reference to the popular white supremacist belief that white people are in danger of extinction due to increasing birth rates among non-white people.

Hate group logos

Group Image
American Front 100px
Aryan Brotherhood 100px
Atomwaffen Division 100px
Ku Klux Klan 100px
National Socialist Movement (United States) 100px
New Black Panther Party Image:Nbplogo.png
Stormfront (website) 100px

Flags

Flag Image
Confederate battle flag/
Confederate States Navy jack (1863–1865)
(lighter blue field)
175px
Flag of South Africa (1928–1994) 175px
Vinland flagTemplate:Ref 175px
Volksfront flag 175px
Imperial German Reichskriegflagge 175px
Nazi Party flag 175px
Northwest American Republic 175px

Gestures

Gesture Image
Aryan Fist 100px
Nazi salute 100px
OK gesture 100px

Miscellaneous symbols

Symbol Image
Anti-Antifa imagery 100px
Anti-SHARP imagery 100px
Arrow Cross 100px
Celtic crossTemplate:Ref 100px
Crossed grenades 100px
Iron Cross
(German military award of the Third Reich era)
100px
St. Michael's Cross 100px
Odal (rune) 100px
Sig runes 100px
Swastika 100px
Triple seven Triskelion 100px
ValknutTemplate:Ref 100px
Wolfsangel 100px
Triple parentheses 100px
Totenkopf 100px
Black Sun (symbol) 100px
MjölnirTemplate:Ref 100px
Nazi eagle 100px
Fasces 100px
Identitarian lambda 100px
Triangular Klan symbol 100px
Burning cross 100px
Noose 50px
Crucified Skinhead symbol 100px
Pepe the Frog 100px
Moon Man 100px
Bowl cut 100px
KKK robes 100px
Pit bull 100px

See also




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