Saturday was the eagerly anticipated White Man March, which was supposed to attract “thousands” of people to stage demonstrations around the world to send a message that the white man is mad as hell and isn’t going to take it anymore. And by “it” they mean a world in which non-white people are allowed to harsh their mellow with their mere existence.
1. What is the White Man March? What is the purpose and ultimate goal of the march?
The White Man March is scheduled for March 15th, 2014, and will involve coordinated pro-white activity around the world.
By “coordinated pro-white activity,” I can only assume that they mean line dancing, which sounds like a great reason not to take part.
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.
Well that sure takes some chutzpah, standing up for white pride in Branson, Missouri. Get rid of Tony Orlando and that Japanese fiddle player and there probably isn’t a non-caucasian person within a 50 mile radius of the place. Hell, I don’t wanna be anywhere near the place and I’m as white as they come.
The organizer of all of this, Kyle Hunt, seems just a tad bit delusional:
I very well may be president of the United States in 2020, but for right now I am supporting some pro-White candidates from the American Freedom Party.
Yeah, that’ll happen. You might be president of the United States in 2020 and I might be the winner of the gold medal in the next summer Olympics in the 5000 meter run.