I checked the major national news sites last night and this morning, expecting to see something. Nope, nothing. I expected at least a photo or two of tall, blonde, Aryan-looking guys in a parade with buxom Viking women and adorable tow-headed tots scampering behind, but no, all was silent. Aren’t these supposed to be the majority of True Americans?
But then I read this interview with Kyle Hunt, the guy who announced the White Man March.
VICE: What kind of events are you expecting to take place as a part of the White Man March? You mention “lightning mobs,” which I’m not terribly familiar with.
Kyle Hunt: People will be distributing literature, displaying signs, and getting our message out in any way possible. “Lightning marches” are simply non-violent flash mobs, keeping the location from the public so as to avoid confrontations with violent “anti-racists” and “anti-fascists” (a.k.a. anti-Whites), who deny White people the right to peaceful assembly and free speech.
Oh, I see. So it was kind of a stealth demonstration, where they’d sneak into places where nobody would see and flash signs at each other and then scurry away before anyone would notice. That’s brilliant!
Tonight, I’m going to have a pro-science parade in my bedroom closet, with the lights out. Don’t tell anyone about it, though — it’s a secret. But I’m sure it will advance my cause!
Here you go: the worldwide, international event drew 10 people in one city.