Wednesday, February 8, 2017

The Resistance: Exposing the Racist Hate in Eastern Kentucky

Speaking of whiny white boys, they're not getting away with a White Supremacy meeting in Eastern Kentucky without facing protest.

A white nationalist (sic - White Supremacist, or Racist Motherfuckers for short) organization has announced on Facebook its plans for an Eastern Kentucky rally and workshop at a Floyd County state park, sparking opposition and outrage on social media.

The Traditionalist Worker Party boasts in a Facebook post on Tuesday that it's holding the event and a rally in nearby Pikeville to recruit more members and to conduct workshops to professionalize its organization. Events are scheduled for April 28 and 29.

The posting notes the predominantly "European" nature of the area's population and the hard economic times there in recent years.
And they're hiding in a state park in hopes of avoiding protests. Hey moron:  Kentucky State Parks are PUBLIC and protesters will find you in whatever filthy shithole you cower in.
Gil Lawson, spokesman for Kentucky State Parks, said he was looking into the situation.

The Courier-Journal in October reported that a leader of the white-power Traditionalist Worker Party was alleged to have been involved in the assaulting of Shiya Nwanguma at a Donald Trump rally in Louisville during the presidential campaign.

The group is allied with neo-nazi organizations, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, which follows hate groups across the country.

"The Traditionalist Workers Party is a white nationalist group that advocates for racially pure nations and communities and blames Jews for many of the world’s problems," according to the law center's website. "Even as it claims to oppose racism, saying every race deserves its own lands and culture, the group is intimately allied with neo-Nazi and other hardline racist organizations that espouse unvarnished white supremacist views."
Counter-protests are in the planning stage.  We will keep you updated as we learn more.

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