Photo: Neo-Nazi March in California against immigration
On Saturday, a group of around 25 military boot-clad white supremacists marched down the streets of Claremont, California, in protest of what they called an “unbridled flow of immigration” into the area.
It should be noted that though some of the marchers’ signs indicated they were protesting all immigration, they claim their march was only in protest of undocumented immigration.
Police officers from a number of departments were on hand as over 200 “counter-demonstrators,” immigrant rights activists, lined the streets and loudly yelled to the marchers, who were carrying a banner with the letters of the National Socialist Movement with a swastika in the middle, that they were racist.
Many of the marchers had shaved heads, with some even dressed in black battle uniforms. Some were shirtless and sported heavy tattoos.
Jeff Hall, southwest regional director of the National Socialist Movement said his group was “concerned” about protecting the border from devastation and drugs.
Though there were very tense moments between the skinheads and the counter-protesters, which included Brown Berets and Raza Unida members, no one was arrested.