‘Je Suis!’ Starring The Ku Klux Klan: A Very (Very) Poorly Drawn Comic Strip

As the latest issue of their satirical magazine, Enter the Ku Klux, rolls off the presses, members of the Ku Klux Klan stand in proud awe of their mischievous handiwork…


But something’s wrong! The issue is not getting the adoring response that members of the Klan expected. Who would have thought the public would find crude and offensive depictions of various ethnic groups well….crude and offensive?


Instead of backing down, the Klan goes on the offensive, delivering pointed lessons on transgressive humor.


While some members of the public are swayed, some remain unmoved. A tiny, but loud portion–the Brothas Liberation Action Committee (oh, and don’t forget) Sistas (too) (also known as the B.L.A.C.S.) threaten the Klan with the severest penalties for the offensive ‘toons.


The B.L.A.C.S. follow through on their threat, visiting great and terrible violence upon the Ku Klux Klan*. In the melee, the Ol’ Dirty Cracker is killed.


Following the death of The Ol’ Dirty Cracker, the public engages in an intense debate about satire, free speech and violence.



On the third day, the Ol’ Dirty Cracker rises again to offer a message to the world!


Join us next week when we will present our newest comic: Wigger Chick Rides Again!





































(*This is unlike real life where the Ku Klux Klan, aided and abetted by public officials, for decades visited great violence and terror upon blacks.)







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