The Ku Klux Klan Descends Upon South Carolina Statehouse

Despite condemnation from South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, the Ku Klux Klan intends to hold a rally at the South Carolina capital next month. This, of course, is in response to recent calls to take down the Confederate Battle Flag at the South Carolina statehouse. One member of the Klan who is a part of the protest stated that “the Confederate flag is being taken down for all the wrong reasons,” and that “it’s part of white people’s culture.” Another member remarked that confessed killer Dylann Roof “was heading in the right direction; wrong target,” adding that “He should have actually aimed at the African-American gang-bangers, the ones who are selling the drugs to white youth, the ones who are robbing and raping every chance they get.” The Klan claims that the rally will be a peaceful one but only time will tell. Thankfully, one local news station recorded the Klan’s planning meeting prior to the upcoming rally. 

Warning!: Video Contains Graphic Language

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4 comments

  1. Only one way to deal with this…public ridicule.

    They are hoping for anger, chanting, slogans, and hostility. They would like nothing more than opportunities for confrontation and martyrdom, preferably with their opponents throwing that magical “first punch.”

    But they can’t deal with ridicule. When you look at their public postings on the web, they are angrier about being ridiculed, shamed, humiliated, and embarrassed, than anything else. They expect their words to be greeted with hostile fury or awe, wonder, and reverence. They are NEVER prepared for hoots of derisive laughter, sarcastic remarks, and cracks about them bedding their sisters.

    After all, they believe they are the leaders of the glorious revolution, and true believers spreading the holy word should be met with battle or respect…not laughter.

    So when you go out to face them…do it with laughter.

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