10 Guys In Kentucky Turn Out For Worldwide 'White Man March,' Narrowly Avert White Genocide
Saturday's "worldwide" march to preserve white people from getting genocided by diversity had a slightly disappointing turnout, though we hear that a bunch of people were talking about it on Twitter.RawStory was able to find all of two manifestations of the march's huge success: 10 guys parading in Florence,
Ohio, Kentucky, and several anonymous banners reading "diversity = white genocide" hung from overpasses in Birmingham, Alabama. We bet the organizers are pretty excited about the event's success, because maybe they've sparked something that's just going to get bigger and bigger, and for all we know, the liberal media is just refusing to report on the much larger demonstrations elsewhere. Did you hear about the tens of thousands of marchers in Washington DC, for instance? Neither did we, which just proves the cover-up.
Ohio, Kentucky, about ten people showed up to "spread information through activism" and to "make a statement that white people are united in their love for their race and in their opposition to its destruction," according to the section of the white man march website that Cincinnati.com quoted without comment. They also talked to local organizer Robert Ransdell, who explained that white nationalism never goes out of style:
"As far as anyone in opposition, I would say it is 2014. That is one thing you guys love to say, 'it is 2014, how can these racists be out here?' Well, it is 2014. It has been six or seven decades since white people stood up for themselves and it is about time we start doing so," Ransdell said.
We don't know whether Ransdell noticed that there weren't a lot of people jumping in to join him and his merry band of White Power Rangers, but of course that's only because there's too much political correctness, and they're afraid to say it publicly, but the commenters at Stormfront all agree with him.
In Birmingham, an impressive display of six banners reading "DIVERSITY = WHITE GENOCIDE" were removed by cops on Saturday. Police spokesman Lt. Sean Edwards said, "We just removed the signs," adding,
"We don't want stuff like that. We want to remove it quickly. We don't want to alarm the citizens. We don't welcome that type of mentality and behavior here."
Whoever the brave white resistance members were who hung the banners, they were apparently not quite heroic enough to actually march on the day of the March. Once again, it's a safe bet that most white people secretly agree with them, because of the clear logic of that slogan.
The White Man March website says that one of the organizers' goals is to show that
old stereotypes about pro-white activists are false. The media would like our people to believe that pro-Whites are all Klansmen, Neo-Nazis, Skinheads, and the like, which discourages many White people from becoming advocates for their own interests. We will be showing that many pro-Whites are well-educated, attractive, and respectable people who are concerned about the future they and their families are facing.
Talk about success -- for instance, at the Florence demonstration, they had two guys in Klan regalia, some skinheads, and looks like one woman, but not a single person in a Nazis uniform at all, so goodbye tired old stereotypes! Still it looks like the Klan guy did give a nice sieg heil salute, as you can see in the video below:
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