Racism has been prevalent across the world for centuries.
There have been instances where people committed unspeakable acts against people belonging to different races.
Black people, in particular, have been a target of racial discrimination for quite a while.
While people have become more tolerant of other races in recent years, there have been several instances recently suggesting that this problem is far from over.
People often organized groups and went to terrorize black people where they lived, hurling dirt at their houses and making their lives miserable in any way.
As time passed and governments enforced strict penalties against racists, intolerant people have become more passive in their approach.
Instead of making open threats against African Americans, Latinos, and Asians, they display their intolerant behavior in other ways.
They adopt unwelcoming attitudes making sure that everybody knows their distaste towards people belonging to different ethnicities.
However, there have been occasions where people were not able to bottle up their hate for long and let it out in a burst of rage.
An excellent example that showcases such occurrences is that of a couple who showed its true colors at a child’s birthday celebration.
Jose I Torres and Kayla Rae Norton seemed like an average couple that minded its own business.
However, that was not the case as in a shocking turn of events; people discovered that they were part of a secret confederate weaving society.
The group did not remain a secret for much longer as its members, including Kayla and Jose, made their intentions clear during an outdoor birthday party.
The group named “Respect the Flag” was famous for committing hate crimes against African Americans.
Initially, they were quite subtle about their approach and committed felonies wearing masks.
Some people also suspected this group to have affiliations with mass shooter Dylan Roof.
Nevertheless, this white-supremacist organization continued to terrorize people for several years while concealing their identities.
Eventually, they started gaining confidence seeing that the police weren’t able to catch them.