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1. Comparing the KKK and the Black Panthers isn’t acceptable. One group got tired of being mauled, They were SICK of police brutally killing them with absolutely no motive. They were SICK of being segregated. They were sick of watching innocent people being battered and being able to do nothing about it. and formed a defensive unit to fight back. The other formed a group to intimidate, oppress, abuse, torture and kill nnocent people simply because of the color of their skin.

2. The Black Panthers was never a terrorist group.. The Black Panthers was created to combat the KKK, the police officers who were and are still members of the KKK – since our wonderful government wouldn’t… You’ve never heard of Black Panthers burning crosses, bombings White churches, using Whites as alligator bait, pumping poisonous experimental drugs into their systems or lynching White people.

3. Ku Klux Klan – a terrorist and political movement that named itself after the Greek term “ring” or “circle”

4. Ok so why are you mad if you’re not one of those type of White people? You’re not a minority so you’ll never understand what it means to be Indigenous/Black/Mexican etc. in a country belonging to White people who take over everything. But when a minority person gets tired sand explains their feelings White people get all butt hurt and try to make this about them.

5. White Americans hate being told their history through a Black persons lens !!!!! Just own up to it, White US citizens are so quick to pull the ” not all of us are like this” stop deflecting and denying the wrong, pain and deprivation they are still causing to anyone who doesn’t look like them.

6. White supremacist groups are on the rise in the U.S., according to an analysis from the Southern Poverty Law Center. The number of KKK chapters nationwide grew from 72 to 190 in 2015, bringing total active membership to between 5,000 and 8,000. Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s racist and xenophobic remarks on the campaign trail have buoyed the white supremacist movement,

7. The neo-Nazi website Stormfront, has more than 300,000 members and is growing steadily

8. There has been a 14 percent increase in extremist hate groups in the U.S. since last year (2015)

9. So you’re the bridge between hardcore racists and intellectual racists helping to push a watered down version of the White Supremacist agenda into the mainstream.

10. White Supremacy is right-wing domestic terrorism. Hate groups in Amerikkka exploit the First Amendment, walking a fine line between inspiring violence and openly inciting it. Terrorism is a form of psychological warfare through the use of intimidation and violence in a political and social context aiming to send a message to broader target audiences, not unlike lynching, cross-burning and vandalizing religious sites, incidents of this kind deliberately aim to terrorize people of color and non-Christians. Where does the boundary between the right of a group to say whatever it pleases and the rights of ordinary citizens to live secure in body and mind truly lie? “Freedom from fear” is a fundamental human right.

11. Racism has been the face of America since 1492

12. Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke at Charlottesville Rally (Not a really but a beat-down of POC and Anti-Racists) Aug. 12, 2017: “We’re gonna fulfill the promises of Donald Trump. That’s what we’ve believed in, that’s why we voted for Donald Trump because he said he’s gonna take our country back – and that’s what we gotta do.”

13. Shaun King ~ The alt-left is an oxymoron, people fighting racism are not the antithesis of Nazi’s.

14. The standard Seattle Nazi is a White male under 30 who either works in tech or is going to school to work in tech.

15. Not every Trump supporter is a White Supremacist, but every White Supremacist is a Trump supporter.