Thursday, February 24, 2005
The National Alliance Compared to the Ku Klux Klan
1. The N.A., unlike the KKK, pretends to be mainstream in order to lure new members.
2. The N.A. seeks educated professionals while the KKK has intellectually forgiving recruitment strategies.
3. The KKK once had several million members. The N.A. has never had much more than 1,500 members.
4. N.A. members don't wear those laughable white sheets at their rallies.
5. Unlike the KKK, the N.A.'s ulterior motive is money-making via festivals, hatecore records, and membership dues.