Love it or hate it, racism is still around today. It’s a never-ending battle between the forces of good and evil that just won’t quit. If there is any evidence today, it’s the prevalence of the KKK in America. Yes, it reached its popularity years ago but if you look around, signs of the organization are still around. Take these five youtube videos for example.

1. KKK KID CELEBRATES HALLOWEEN RACISM ON YOUTUBE

Due to his ignorant mother, one kid in Craigsville, West Virginia decided to celebrate Halloween a bit different this year. After watching the film ‘Fried Green Tomatoes’ the boy took a liking to the Ku Klux Klan, especially their outfits. Seeing as his mom supports the group and their ways, she greenlighted the Klan costume for her son.

2. YOUTUBE SHOWS KID USING INSTAGRAM TO PROMOTE KKK RACISM

In this next video, one angered teen took to Instagram to voice his opinion. Now, that’s usually fine but this particular opinion was obscenely racist. Without going into too much detail, there are a lot of “n” words and ignorant comments throughout the piece. Furthermore, someone eventually confronted the kid in hopes of bringing justice to the situation.

3.YOUNG KKK SUPPORTER GETS RACISM LESSON ON YOUTUBE

Sometimes justice is best served with a cold, hard fist. That’s what one racist punk learned in this video. It’s hard to make out what he says but odds are, it’s racist due to the K.O. punch that soon followed. Think before you speak, kid. Or you know, just stop being racist.

4. KKK KID GETS TOSSED WITH RACISM: JUSTICE ON YOUTUBE

In yet another fine display of racist justice, one black male taught a racist white kid a brutal lesson. Is it a cheap shot? Perhaps but the kid probably had it coming.

5. FUTURE KKK CHILDREN TALK RACISM ON YOUTUBE

Apparently, kids are naturally racist. In the famous doll tests, researchers asked children to choose which doll they like better. Both dolls are exactly the same except one difference; skin color. Overwhelming, the kids chose the white doll as the preferred toy.

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