PHOTOS: Neo-Nazi, KKK groups rally in Charlotte

As many as 250 counter-protesters flocked to Uptown Charlotte today to demonstrate against a neo-Nazi and Ku Klux Klan rally meant to protest undocumented immigration. Organizers of the counter-protest say they wanted to take a stand against hate.

The rally was planned by the Detroit, Mich.-based National Socialist Movement. The Southern Poverty Law Center has long tracked the group, which it says is the largest neo-Nazi organization in the country.

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Click here to read the full report on the rally and counter-protest.

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Click here to see our video report from the event.

A gallery of more than 100 photos from the event is below. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge and scroll through the gallery. All photos: Matt Comer/QNotes.

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Posted by Matt Comer

Matt Comer previously served as editor from October 2007 through August 2015 and as a staff writer afterward in 2016.

2 Replies to “PHOTOS: Neo-Nazi, KKK groups rally in Charlotte”

  1. (Moderators: I don’t know if we are allowed to discuss such things on a mainstream media website but I’ll put this out anyway. At least one of you guys will see it.)

    I’m glad to see that not all whites are in favor of the mixed world that the mainstream media and movies push for ever more frequently.

    I used to hate Nazi’s, Klansmen and Black Muslims too. Then I started reading what they really had to say about race and culture (not just what the mainstream media said about them.)

    If you feel bold, you should read the information on stormfront.org and vnnforum.com, read up on Louis Farakhan and the Nation of Islam and compare it to the information on the Southern Poverty Law Center website and the Anti Defemation League website.

    The Nazis, Klan and Nation of Islam are extreme indeed but their anger is not something they were born with. They claim that their various groups are getting a raw deal from the so called Elite class of society and their anger is a reaction to that.

    The vast majority of their members are not the monsters that they are portrayed as.

    All three believe in a different version of history than is currently taught in schools in the USA.

    1. This actually makes me sad more than angry. It makes me sad that there are still people who can hate other people for no reason than the color of their skin or their religious beliefs. It makes me sad that there are people willing to divide humanity into a bunch of little groups, and think about things in terms of “Us vs. Them.” It makes me sad that there are people who are so quick to demonize others. It makes me sad to see racism and hatred alive, well, and being taught to our children.
      But when I think of how quickly these views are fading, it gives me hope. I remember the Klan rallies of the past, when thousands of Klansmen marched down the streets of Washington DC. Now the best they can do is a dozen guys in funny robes waving confederate flags. We’ve come a long way.

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