Eric Dudley Butler was an Australian political activist and journalist, who in 1946 founded the far-right Australian League of Rights, which he led until 1992. He was known as a staunch anti-communist and virulent anti-Semite. He died in Victoria in 2006, aged 90.
|Born:||May 07, 1916, Benalla, Victoria, Australia|
|Died:||June 07, 2006, Victoria, Australia|
|Occupation:||Political activist and journalist|
|Known for:||Founder of the Australian League of Rights|
About Eric Butler
Social media star whose _EButler_ TikTok account has more than 950,000 followers.
He got started on social media in 2013, first on Instagram and later that year on Twitter.
He played cornerback for his high school's varsity football team.
He is from Altamonte Springs, Florida and has a sister named Erykah.
In his first TikTok video, he used the song "Comfortable" by K Camp.
Information related to Eric Butler
- Australian League of Rights - The Australian League of Rights is a far-right and anti-Semitic political organisation in Australia. It was founded in Adelaide, South Australia by Eric Butler in 1946, and organised nationally in 1960.
- Far-right politics in Australia - Far-right politics in Australia began in Sydney with the formation of The New Guard and the Centre Party. These proto-fascist groups were monarchist, anti-communist and authoritarian in nature. Early far-right groups were followed by the explicitly fascist Australia First Movement.
- Australian anti-communists
- Australian Holocaust deniers
- Australian social crediters
- Australian political journalists
- Victoria (Australia) politicians
- Australian Army soldiers