|Extremism continues in America.|
There are over 1,100 active hate groups in the United States. The far right extremism is so unprecedented its almost scary.
In Cincinnati, a White extremist wanted to gather his fellow brethren for a Worldwide White Pride March.
White extremist Kyle Hunt wanted to have thousands of proud White men appear at this rally.
They took their rally to the streets of the Cincinnati suburb of Florence, Kentucky.
Unfortunately, 10 people showed up to this event.
According to the website, The White Man March is scheduled for the third Saturday of every month and involves coordinated pro-white activity around the world. The purpose is to spread information through activism, but also to make a statement that White people are united in their love for their race and in their opposition to its destruction.
Non-white groups such as La Raza have monthly marches and gatherings with many thousands of participants, while groups advocating for White interests remain relatively silent or hidden from the public. One of the major goals of the White Man March is to demonstrate that pro-White people are able to form a unified front and participate in large-scale action simultaneously, which will send a powerful message to our supporters, our enemies, and those of our race who are still on the fence. We also seek to set a precedent that other pro-white organizations can follow in the future.
|White extremist Kyle Hunt.|
They're goal was to expect thousands of people to participate in one way or another. White extremists were encouraging people to start networking together now to coordinate local events or to join up with larger regional events. If there are only a few people in a location, they can hang up a banner, hand out fliers, and strike up conversations. If there are more than a few people, they could organize a lightning march (a non-violent flash mob) to make a statement and then disperse before any anti-white protesters or police show up.
The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that the group displayed a banner that read: "Diversity=white genocide."
Robert Ransdell of Florence said he organized the rally in concert with the White Man March, an international event scheduled for Saturday.
"We are here promoting white interests and encouraging others to stand up for people advocating for the white majority just like the minorities are encouraged to do," Ransdell told the Enquirer.
The rally, which drew about 10 people, ran from 10:30 a.m. to about 1 p.m. just off I-71/75 at the Turfway Road exit.
The mission of the White Man March is to spread information through activism, but also to make a statement that white people are united in their love for their race and in their opposition to its destruction, according to its website whitemanmarch.com.
"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.
The Kentucky State Conference of the NAACP saw nothing wrong with the group protesting but it did object to their message.
|Education is seriously lacking here.|
"We would disagree vehemently with their stance regarding minority rights. The mission of the NAACP is for equal rights for everyone whether red, yellow, black or white. We do not differentiate. We have never protested for anything but equality. I'm not sure if this group is for that," Raoul Cunningham, president of the Kentucky State Conference of the NAACP, said Saturday.
"Diversity is inclusive of everyone," Cunningham added. "Those individuals do not have a clue as to what the meaning of diversity is."
Ransdell has organized other protests in Greater Cincinnati, including a 2012 one in North College Hill after a group of black teens attacked a white man. Last year he was removed from a meeting in Park Hills.
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