I defend anyone's right to free speech. Regardless of how stupid, awful and offensive that speech might be. Why? Because I would like the same right in return. Everyone's views offend somebody. Some more than others but none the less its an important right to have.
They are defending the 1st amendment which also protects the black panthers
Because they're racists and they support the murder of thousands of men, women and children since it was founded. There's no other reason.
Some people like to follow a group. KKK, Nazis and other extremist groups that are dogmatic with their thinking and approach. They hurt others without any regard for the consequences of their actions.
Klan has rights, just so long as they aren't breaking laws.
I think most that defend them..defend their right to exist ba
i feel the same about them as i do the NAACP ive got no use for either. When a group promotes one above the other solely on the ba
Even the real name of the NAACP would tell you they can't be a supremacist group....the term colored...is actually meant to include many ethnicities...rather than one.....There are black supremacist groups..but alluding that the NAACP is one just draws attention to the fact that people really don't understand....I mean you can join the NAACP...but they are going to let other races in the KKK
to me they are the same thing just one group burns crosses.
The NAACP was founded by whites and blacks TOGETHER, in fact whites were leaders at one point, so it's NEVER been anti-white and has never killed people. The KKK has actually murdered thousands of people. If you think they're the same, you either have no idea or you're incredibly hateful and racist.
'Cause they're racists - or talking on a theoretical level about how free speech.
Same reason some people defend the black panthers... (Answered that feelin like I said that wrong or don't kno what I'm talkin bout lol)
They are two totally different organizations that have different agendas. One is a pure hate group with misguided ideals and the other is to help bring unity to the nation not divide it by color.