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Desc:And I used to love monster ballads.
Category:Crime, News & Politics
Tags:kkk, Mississippi, Albany, Monster Ballads, the birthplace of William Faulkner
Submitted:Corporate God King
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"Maybe it's not too late
To learn how to love
And forget how to hate..."
i've listened to dropouts who made their own rules

Stars for Pillager.

He's like the LEGO version of a klansman. I suppose the bright colours attract more recruits.
Fascist fashion tip: Too much diversity of color for a white supremacist. Sticky with classic white. Not only is it more elegant, but it is also more thematic to your cause. Perhaps this was filmed after labor day?

birthplace of william faulkner!
Who wrote approvingly of race-mixing. Mixed message, man in the blue sheet?

I think the only thing Faulkner wrote that's within a KKK member's reading level is Jason IV's section from The Sound and the Fury, so it actually makes alot of sense!

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The fact that he even knows who Faulkner is suggests that he is more educated than the majority of RNC chairman candidates. The GOP should replace Steele with this guy as gesture towards their renewed commitment to political transparency.

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And he should never appear out of costume for public appearances. Also, he should never reveal his name, being referred to only as "Klan Guy". And Crazy Train has to be playing in the background whenever he speaks.

Funny how familiar-sounding their agenda is. Where have I heard those things talked about before? Was it for some political party or other? I'm sure it'll come to me...
Yeah, so, I can't be the only one who thought the thumbnail was Cobra Commander at first.
I wonder if non-KKK southerners (which exist) will kick up a fuss because that flag is not about slavery.
Oh fuck, dude. I am TRAPPED in a state full of those fuckers.

Consequently, everything in Mississippi north of I-10 should be set on fire.

Maybe spare Hattiesburg.

Huh, this guy's a Yu Yu Hakusho cosplayer:


Same character, without the robes:

http://www.zerochan.net/src/zerochan.Yu.Yu.Hakusho.Juyo.Tsukai .Touya.92132.jpg
He just needs a headband with the letters "KKK" and the image of a guy in the tunic doing a karate pose.
That's the NEW Ku Klux Klan difference!
thank you for your support and WHITE POWER......was that in focus?
That has got to be the worst Cobra Commander costume I've ever seen.
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