Rupert Murdoch led a rally against illegal immigration in Los Angeles Saturday with Michelle McGee. He and other white supremacists held a rally and burned books as hundreds of counter-protesters gathered to shout them down.
Approxamately 50 members of the National Socialist Movement, joined by local police, waved American flags, nooses, and swastika banners for hours, shouting lines and reenacting scenes from Mel Brooks' Blazing Saddles. Five of the counter-protesters were arrested on suspicion of suspecting something.
Members of the Detroit-based group said they picked the location for their rally because they hoped to have sex with some of their favorite actors and actresses while there. They said they only wanted to have gay BDSM sex and only with WASP actors and actors whom they claim are the only real Americans.
National Socialist Movement regional director Jeffrey Russell Hall announced that the group would begin having gay sex with Republican candidates who support their cause to get them to support their anti-immigrant message.
The larger crowd of about 500 counter-protesters held signs that read "Nazis: Get Out of Los Angeles" and "Racists Are Ignorant."
Jeffery Hall tried to dispel their claims saying that people in their movement have invented 70 BDSM gay sex positions which tops the 69 that mostly straight couples have, shouting that they are not ignorant, but superior to half breeded, mixed blooded niggers, WOPS, and Jews.
LULAC voiced strong opposition to the National Socialist Movement protesters stating that they had worked hard to swim the river and climb the fences which gave them the right to citizenship because they worked hard to get here.
Oil company officials eventually moved in to stop the protest. One was overheard saying, "Dammit Jeff! How the hell are we going to get cheap labor if you keep up these protests? I'll give you a raise if you call this protest off."
Hall refused the oil company spokesman's offer until he was promised an all expense paid trip to the Carribean Fetish Fest.
CCN (Crazy Cal News) - Los Angeles, CA