Courtesy Southern Poverty Law Center A cornucopia of contempt!
Choices include Holocaust deniers, Nazis, black separatists, neo-Confederates and that ol' chestnut of hate, the KKK. The Klan is especially appealing for families, since at least one branch offers a "Junior Klan for boys" and a "Tri-K Klub for girls." (Notice the clever spelling on the latter? Aces!).
While the Traditionalists have a stringent application process (actual question: "Have you ever been rejected for membership in the KKK? [Be honest!]. If yes, explain") some of the names on the SPLC's list aren't as "discriminating" -- HEY-OH!
Aryanwear.com, for example, is just a place to buy clothes, books, and tote bags to help accessorize your white pride. Plus, according to the website, "FINAL REMAINING ITEMS PRICES AS LOW AS .99 CENTS." Sieg bargain!
Testimonials from happy customers include Jeremy: "This hooded sweatshirt is more like a coat! It far surpasses all of my expectations. I live in Lorain, Ohio, and it gets very cold in the winter. I could wear this over a wife beater and break out in a sweat!" Hah! That's so Jeremy -- wife beater, indeed!
Some of the websites listed, like that of Kerrville's Carolyn Yeager, offer a much-needed history lesson -- an alternative to what you'll get from the Jew-controlled lame-stream media.
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A Holocaust denier, Yeager valiantly rails against the "HoloHoax," exposing how we've all been brainwashed to believe that "the means used to keep people alive and healthy -- showers and Zyklon B disinfectant -- are accused of being murder weapons." There's also a stimulating discussion on "how much humor should 'holocaust' films contain." (In our opinion, when it comes to gas chambers, there's no such thing as "too much" humor!).
For Aryan students in Tarrant County, we recommend the White Student Union of Tarrant County, one of the only student groups with the balls to ask the tough questions, like "Is it OK to be WHITE in America?"
The WSU has even found like-minded souls in our neighbors to the north: The pro-white Canadians in the Federation of Quebec Born "have volunteered to make us some logo buttons free of charge!" the WSU's president wrote in 2013. (You just know the greedy bastards in the Federation of Quebec Jews would've charged out the ass for that).
Please feel free to bombard these groups with emails and phone calls requesting more information on their membership process. They'll really appreciate it.