None of you passive apologists are learning anything. If someone’s a Commie, they’ll never change their minds. So punch them. Punch them hard. AntiFa are cowards hiding behind a widely popular Ideology, and ideas are bulletproof. But humans are fallible. If we leave them alone they’ll fester and rampage. But if we fight back, they’ll become afraid. AND WE WANT THEM TO BE AFRAID. THEY’RE FUCKING COMMIES. Violence IS the answer to these demons, because that’s the only language they’ll understand.
Killing hatred with kindness: Black man has convinced 200 racists to abandon the KKK by making friends with them despite their prejudiced views
A black man has convinced more than 200 KKK members to leave the group
Daryl Davis has been traveling across the US since the 1980s meeting members
He said he had to beat up two KKK followers AFTER they physically attacked him
His book ‘Klan-destine Relationships’ reveals the details of his incredible journey
This black man has single-handedly caused more than 200 white racists to leave the Ku Klux Klan simply by confronting their prejudice with friendship.
Inspirational Daryl Davis, 58, a blues musician and author, has travelled all over the US since the early 1980s actively seeking out and befriending members of the openly racist organisation.
The KKK is a white supremacy cult founded in 1865 organizing members to persecute people for the color of their skin or their religious beliefs.
But Daryl Davis has been battling the hatred and answering a call he has felt since he was a young man when he decided to confront the ideology of the KKK head-on one member at a time.
He has since documented his incredible mission in the book ‘Klan-destine Relationships: A Black Man’s Odyssey in the Ku Klux Klan’ which is set to be re-released with an updated version next year.
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Davis has spent years traveling across the US and forging friendships with members of the Ku Klux Klan and similar hate groups, The Independent reports. Davis says that because of his efforts, 200 people have renounced their membership in the KKK. Some have even given Davis their ceremonial robes and hoods as a gesture to signify their departure from the group.
Davis’ efforts are controversial, though: Activists from Black Lives Matter, for example, have questioned his choice to speak with white supremacists. And in an interview with The Atlantic, he recounted an episode in which a member of the NAACP criticized him, too:
“I had one guy from an NAACP branch chew me up one side and down the other, saying, you know, we’ve worked hard to get ten steps forward. Here you are sitting down with the enemy having dinner, you’re putting us twenty steps back. I pull out my robes and hoods and say, ‘look, this is what I’ve done to put a dent in racism. I’ve got robes and hoods hanging in my closet by people who’ve given up that belief because of my conversations sitting down to dinner. They gave it up.
The white flight of Derek Black .Derek’s father launched Stormfront, the Internet’s first and largest white nationalist site, and his mother was previously married to David Duke, one of the country’s most infamous racial zealots.Because of his high profile parents, Derek became known among white supremacists as “the heir.”Derek eventually abdicated his noxious birthright after enrolling in a multicultural college, originally to disrupt the school. But when his fellow students learned his identity, they hatched a plan of their own to disrupt his hatred.
We moved mountains all the time why should moving people be any different?
But I know what I’m going to get for having the nerve to post this stuff.
Seriously kill this idea that people can never change their views and the only recourse is to physically assault them. People often believe the way that they do because they’ve never even been exposed to another way of thinking by someone who didn’t want them dead.