Ku Klux Klan celebrates Trump victory

KKK, White Supremacists – not the kind of people I’d want to associate with!

Dear Kitty. Some blog

This video from the USA says about itself:

4 December 2016

A convoy of Ku Klux Klan (KKK) members drove through Roxboro, North Carolina on Saturday to celebrate the victory of President-elect Donald Trump in the US elections.

By Mary Papenfuss in the USA:

Ku Klux Klan Members Drive Through North Carolina Town To Hail Trump Victory

The president-elect is going to “turn this country around,” spokeswoman says.

12/05/2016 07:42 am ET | Updated 1 hour ago

Police in Roxboro, North Carolina, will hold a press conference Monday to address community concerns after a band of KKK members drove through the small town Saturday celebrating President-elect Donald Trump’s victory in the recent election.

The parade was originally going to take place in Pelham, 40 minutes away from Roxboro. But organizers moved the event after protesters gathered in Pelham Saturday morning to confront the Klansmen

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4 thoughts on “Ku Klux Klan celebrates Trump victory

  1. It is terrifying that we have these kinds of people in our nation. We Americans have to stand up for what is good and decent in our nation. Bigotry, racism, neoNazi, and other prejudices/hate groups must not define our country.

    1. There is an ongoing battle to fight these pernicious attitudes. There are times when you think that things are really getting much better then it takes a big step back and you realise that these reprehensible attitudes are still there. All decent people have to stand up for a better world without racism and intolerance. Education is the answer. Equality has to be the goal. But while we are ruled by greed and selfishness these attitudes will prevail. I think they are born out of desperation and primitive tribalism.

    1. Decent people have to make their voices heard. Unfortunately we are allowing these malicious minorities to set the agenda. Racism stinks. Xenophobia stinks. I want a caring, equal world!

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