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College Conference: Group and Meute

college conference: About 30 members of the group, wearing hats and T-shirts bearing the group's logo, took seats in the audience at a library at C GEP douard-Montpetit Wednesday just ahead of a presentation by sociology professor Martin Geoffroy on the extremist characteristics of La Meute, according to Toronto Star. Geoffroy's presentation demonstrated the ways in which La Meute's activities and communications met the definition of an extremist group. Dozens of members of the right-wing group La Meute showed up to a college conference on extremism south of Montreal to challenge academic researchers describing their anti-immigration movement as radical. He said such groups generally subscribe to conspiracy theories, decry political elites, exercise strict control over members and call for a return to the traditions of the past. I am guilty of wanting to protect our identity, our culture, our heritage. The disgruntled mumbling and snickering of La Meute members turned into heckling, followed by outright denunciation. ( As reported in the news.