Ku Klux Klan was suspected of luring children with candy

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Photo: Oneida County Sheriff’s Office

In the U.S. state of new York the members of the ku Klux Klan was suspected of luring in kids with sweets. This writes CNN.

Residents of several districts in the state said that the nationalists are spreading propaganda materials together with chocolates and sweets to attract children and young people.

According to one of them, distributed leaflets — not just propaganda, and instructions for joining the ranks of the KKK.

“They [members of the ku Klux Klan] to arrive somewhere between 4 and 6 a.m., so sweets are already at the end of travel where rides the school bus (…) live around a lot of kids (…) we feel that children are recruited purposefully,” shared another. According to him, extremist materials extends some of the local residents. “I think to believe that none of us are members of the KKK is naive,” said the man.

The state’s Governor Andrew Cuomo has ordered an investigation to find out who is behind the distribution of calls to join the ku Klux Klan. “New York has zero tolerance for intolerance,” — said the politician.

Ku Klux Klan — a far-right radical organization in the United States, established immediately after the Civil war in 1865. The movement professed nationalism, racism, and subsequently communism, gave lynchings of activists in the abolitionist movement and advocates for the rights of blacks. In the heyday of the strength of the organization reached six million people, currently, according to various estimates, is from five to eight thousand.

Video, photo All from Russia.



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