Here’s a brilliant way to combat Neo-Nazi scum! The southeastern German town of Wunsiedel (where Rudolf Hess, Adolf Hitler’s deputy, was buried until 2011) has been haunted by and annual Neo-Nazi worshipping march for as long as they can remember…
Well, the group Rights versus Rights (Rechts gegen Rechts) had come up with a new way to protest the annual neo-Nazi march: For every meter the neo-Nazis walked, local businesses and residents would donate $12.50 to a nongovernmental organization devoted to making it easier for neo-Nazis to leave behind their hateful politics. YAASSSS! Love it!
The group Rights versus Rights (Rechts gegen Rechts) turned a walk that traditionally celebrating Rudolf Hess, Adolf Hitler’s deputy, into a fundraiser for helping neo-Nazis move away from their ideology. The 200 neo-Nazis had only two choices when they got to know about the plan: Either they proceeded, indirectly donating money to the EXIT Germany initiative, or they acknowledged their defeat and suspended the march.
Check out the video below which hilariously documents the Neo-Nazis basically marching for charity while their charitable contributions are celebrated in their faces! The whole event is turned into a big old jamboree!