How NZ's growing alt-right movement plans to influence the election

In New Zealand, like elsewhere, the movement is leaderless, best thought of as a series of overlapping interest groups, like a Venn diagram with the alt-right at its nexus.

Members are the self-declared disenfranchised - largely young, educated, angry men who spend large amounts of time online. While many are new to the political arena, others have drifted across from the country's older neo-Nazi groups.