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PROTEST "Kill Gays, Kill Blacks" Performer in Chicago December 19th

GLN permalink 12-4-2009

A neo-Nazi band, “Evil Incarnate,” which openly advocates killing gays and African Americans is scheduled to perform at a club in Chicago on Saturday, December 19th at The White Star nightclub, 3049 N. Cicero Avenue.

Evil Incarnate has a “song” called “Killer of Faggots” on a compilation CD called “Smashing Rainbows” on “Fetch the Rope Records.”

Here are its lyrics:

N****r lovers and faggots
Bullets in your head
N****r lovers and faggots
Now your dead

Luftwaffa nazi arial assault
Pounding from air never to halt
Flak 88's and panzer divisions
Bombing the faggots into oblivion

Bombing the N****rs into oblivion

Evil Incarnate is part of a “festival” of bands performing at The White Star on Saturday, December 19 beginning in the late afternoon and going late into the evening.

Please call The White Star at 773.685.5971 (evenings) and urge them NOT to let their club host a band which calls for violence against any group.

If The White Star does not cancel Evil Incarnate, we will protest at the Club as follows:

6 PM Saturday, December 19
@ The White Star
3049 N Cicero Avenue


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