On April 17th, three days away from Hitlers birthday, the Detroit based National Socialist Party staged a demonstration on the south lawn of Los Angeles city hall. Their reason for choosing our city was because of it's large hispanic population and their opposition to immigration in general.
The area was roped off all the way to the street which left a buffer of 50 yards or so between the anti racist counter demonstrators and the parading philosophical offspring of the 3rd reich.
Both crowds were visibly taunting each other.
The police presence was very heavy.
The Nazis were generally an overweight, nonhuggable, rascaly group with a- lot of nifty matching uniforms, top o' the line parachute pants and some very attractive shiny riot helmets. They sported American flags with their usually fringe racist flag friends such as the swastika flag, the southern "Stars and Bars" and of course the ever-present "Don't Tread on Moi" flag , ( which is'nt racist at all really ! )
Their dance routines were wonderfully coordinated in the light of some of their more obvious disabilities. Lots of fancy footwork and plenty of smiles for the crowd. They even sort of bowed once or twice.
Sieg heils went around for everybody and they even did a few cute dance numbers atop the Mexican and Israeli flags. Charm was in the air.
They closed with a heartfelt goose step number along with some very nice salutes to the dictator whose mustache style no one in their right minds would wear. ( except for that guy from Sparks )
The antiracist crowd made their way to the parking lot where the little the Adolphs, Goerings and Himmler wanna bees were getting ready to start their engines for a trip back to the Sheraton in Hollywood.
The antiracist groups would have dismembered these lads and lasses from the hinterlands of the american psyche if access to their space had not been limited by a quickly formed L.A.P.D. riot line.
The Nazi's did have shields however.
The event lasted a few hours which if one want's to look at it as such.... one could say our very broke city just payed a large number of cops plenty of overtime to establish a play day for two groups to give the finger to each other without allowing our clean streets to become stained with the blood of idiots or would be tyrants.
Not a bad deal though. I got out of the house. Free speech hmmmmmm................. hmmm
And in the tradition of the Blues Brothers Nazis our unwelcome visitors had some problems with their stylish transportation ( a black mustang I believe ). Their lightening fast aryan charged getaway was foiled by a weak battery which caused our heroes to negotiate for some cables and a jump.
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