Washington, D.C. -- Hundreds marched on Washington in protest over the recent tasing of White Nationalist sympathizer, Lew Rockwell, today.
Shouts of "White! Pow-er. White! Pow-er," and, "Ron Paul! Ron Paul!" were amongst the neo-Nazi's and Ku Klux Klan's favored chants. Moreover, many of the marchers waved fake $500.00 bills in commemoration of White Supremacist, Don Black's (of Stormfront) recent endorsement of the Republican Presidential candidate.
The protest itself was the result of a spur-of-the-moment grassroots effort, explained event organizer, "WhiteRevolution," of a Ron Paul discussion forum dedicated to all things Ron Paul related. Unfortunately, much of what "WhiteRevolution" explained cannot be reprinted here due to the graphic nature of the discussion.
However, to quote others, the tasing was the result of a conspiracy involving the "Zionists" and "multicultural fascists" including supposed "elements within our own government that conspired to blow up the World Trade Center buildings in New York City," as well as "illegal aliens from Mexico who hate white people" and finally, "that black couple" who recently moved in down the block from Lew Rockwell.
Although the recent tasing of Lew Rockwell only made the local news, the event itself was spectacular by any standard. According to Rockwell, he was merely distressed over the fact that a black couple moved in some distance from his home, a neighborhood that is otherwise inhabited only by Caucasians. "The only thing I've done is complain to a neighbor about the situation," Rockwell explained in his hospital bed. "Next thing I know, fire trucks, police cars, SWAT vans, black helicopters, and the National Guard are screeching to a halt in front of my home"!
Rockwell claims that the events from that point forward are a bit hazy. However, despite the fact that he describes being hit with "a massive bolt of lightening," Rockwell clearly remembers his last pleas: "For the love -- Sweet Jesus -- don't tase me bro"!
Awaking to an emergency room filled with "multicultural" medical professionals didn't help the situation either for Rockwell. "And then I wake up, and here's all these off-white people in the room. I thought I was having a nightmare! And what's worse, the Doctor was a [Black man!]".
Word of the event spread like wildfire throughout the Internet's White Nationalist community and Ron Paul discussion sites. In only a matter of hours, a massive protest was planned, and executed. And although Dr. Paul was unable to attend the rally on such short notice, Don Black praised not only the enthusiasm of Paul's followers, but stated that this event proves that "Ron Paul's message of Freedom and Liberty is bringing us together in ways not seen since before the Civil War".