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KKK counter-protest included this awesome ‘Dwight Power’ sign (video)

Nov 13, 2012, 4:29 PM EDT


What if they held a Neo Nazi rally and nobody came? Or better yet, what if three times as many counter protesters came, and most of them were dressed as clowns? It happened in Charlotte, N.C., on Saturday, where the National Socialist Movement held a rally at the old City Hall. But the KKK/Neo Nazis/Socialists were outnumbered at least 3-to-1 by counter protesters, many dressed as clowns (message: bigots are a joke).

The best sign was wielded by counter protester Tom Strini (pictured), which was an ode to both the Lakers’ Dwight Howard and rhyming. Strini, to CNN:

“It just goes to show that there are more people in this country who are in favor of equal human rights than there are people who want to kick all dark skinned people out of the country.”

  1. manchestermiracle - Nov 14, 2012 at 11:13 AM

    The National Socialist German Worker’s Party (Nazis), as well as the American version and the KKK, is a misnomer. Being a far-right dictatorship, it wasn’t socialist in any way and neither is the KKK/NSM. The former USSR was a socialist/communist construct and, you may (or may not) remember, Hitler and Stalin were bitter enemies.