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Worldwide ‘White Man March’ draws crowd

World Wide White Man March
Worldwide White Man March in Birmingham

Law enforcement authorities reported that a small group of white supremacists known as “White Man March” led by Kyle Hunt had a worldwide white protest on Saturday , March 15 in Birmingham, Ala. The purpose of the march was to rally the forces of white America to protest the decline of white male culture and legal rights. The marchers and supporters carried and hung signs from the interstate that read “Diversity=White Genocide.”The community and law enforcement, however, were not very receptive to the message being delivered by the white supremacist group. Local law enforcement removed the signs from the road.

“We don’t want stuff like that. We want to remove it quickly. We don’t want to alarm the citizens. We don’t welcome that type of behavior or mentality here,” said Birmingham police officer, Lt. Sean Edwards.

In addition, Birmingham residents responded by not showing up, the event only gathered an estimated crowd of 10 racists.

“We are planning to show that white people are organized and impassioned, that we know what the anti-white agenda is all about, and that we are dedicated to waking up as many of our folk as possible. We will make it clear that we will not sit idly by as our race is discriminated against, mocked, displaced, and violently attacked, all of which amount to white genocide, according to the United Nation’s own definition of genocide. This is why one of our big messages, which will be displayed on many large banners, is ‘DIVERSITY” = WHITE GENOCIDE,’ ”
said Hunt in explaining the march’s purpose.

According to the group’s website, the white march was to take place in major U.S. cities. However, the message did not resonate in any city and was the source of ridicule on social media.

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