White Supremacists Are Pretending To be #Mizzou Students And Posting FALSE INFO To Inspire Violence!
I was among the first to report on a ridiculous KKK hoax last night at the University of Missouri that got so many fearful and upset. Now it appears as if white supremacist elements are using the chaos to further their goal of a race-war by pretending to be students and posting false images of the KKK on campus.
Here’s one of the more successful posts:
Here’s his profile claiming he’s a student at Mizzou, but notice the website link – it goes to a white supremacist site that shows what the plan is.
I won’t link it to give these scumbags what they want, but here’s what they’re doing:
Hell is breaking loose at Mizzou. Sam Hyde, a known White Supremacist leader, is leading the KKK and Neo-Nazi groups in a violent siege of Blacks.
Get on Twitter. Now.
The hashtags are #Mizzou and #PrayForMizzou.
Change your avatar to a Black.
Do not post fake pictures, or Warhammer 40k. Just post real images of what is happening on MSU campus.
You can find these images of the KKK and Neo-Nazi on Google Images. Just Google “KKK” or “Neo-Nazi rally” or whatever.
If anyone questions you about the authenticity, just explain to them that the media is covering it up. If they ask why the cops aren’t stopping these marches, tell them the cops are marching with them and protecting them.
Many Blacks are already getting informed, we have to ensure that all Blacks know about what’s happening
Hundreds more are liking these posts, getting informed of the truth of this Black Holocaust at MSU.
We need to ensure that all the Blacks know what’s happening, so they stay safe.
The comments reveal that they’re all in on the joke:
“This is good. Niggers want to live in an imaginary world. Might as well feed their delusions.”
“This is good. This is awesome!
If the Jews can control blacks so easily, why can’t we? Let’s get them all riled up and than maybe more “whites” will wake up.
I am actually going to get on twitter now, first time ever. HAHA”
If you look at that account it’s all fake images supposedly showing KKK members at Mizzou, and their victims”
So what’s the lesson here? Don’t retweet or share something outrageous until you’re sure of the source, or you might be a victim of manipulation from race-baiting provocateurs – on both sides.