Thursday, April 11, 2019

Former Haters Share The Love In Kansas City

Local confessional and inspirational report on the power of change that's apropos for #TBT. Read more:

Former white supremacists now spread message of change

Former white supremacists Christian Picciolini and Shannon Martinez spoke in Kansas City Thursday as part of the SevenDays Make a Ripple, Change the World event. They were invited to speak by a woman who had two family members killed in the attack at the Jewish Community Center five years ago.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

OMG do they like, have an Instagram page?

Anonymous said...

Amazing how you can pull off so much shit, then become loved and famous.

Anonymous said...

Is that Byron and his wife?

Anonymous said...

And now they do Ted Talks

LOL

Zippy said...

Corporon has set aside all dignity and disgustingly parlayed a tragedy into a (((media)))-driven propaganda tool for Zionists. You want "racism" ? You want "supremacy" ? Read translations of the Jewish Talmud. White people standing up for themselves and opposing their marginalization and replacement is not psychosis.

Anonymous said...

^^^zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

Anonymous said...

Corporon is clearly addicted to attention. Yes it's true she suffered a tremendous loss in the death of her son and father.