10-year-old Andrew is the latest puppet for white supremacist ravings.
“This show is for all the white kids out there!” says Andrew Pendergraft, aged 10, as he starts his weekly episode of The Andrew Show: A Show for White Kids. Andrew is the grandson of Thomas Robb, leader of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, it all makes sense now.
According to the show’s YouTube channel, Andrew directs and writes the show while his mum is responsible for the sweet cutting edge special effects, think Window’s Movie Maker meets an early 90′s home video. On the show, blonde haired Andrew talks about things he saw that week that upset him, usually a movie or TV show that depict inter-racial relationships or anything that might threaten the white race. We’re not so sure that Andrew is the bigot mastermind behind everything though, especially seeing as he stumbles to pronounce words on the script he reads from. Seems like yet another case of deranged parents raising their kids into extremist ideologies by monstrously brainwashing them from birth. Like evil pupper-masters.
Topped off with the cutest little speech impediment (“libwawy”, “pwesident Bawack Obama”), Andrew has become a spokeskid for the KKK youth, his videos being hosted on the organisation’s White Pride TV website where you can also catch your favourite episodes of White Youth Focus, The White Woman’s Perspective and This is the Klan.
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Sometimes Andrew will have a guest star, usually his red-haired fellow-racist friend or a puppy to help him host the show. On one particular episode, the young vlogger gives us culinary tips, or blatant racism disguised as such anyway. “My mom taught us about frosting, when you mix other colours with white frosting, the frosting will never be white again.” See, white-supremacists aren’t so bad, they like pugs and baking!
In another video, Andrew dishes on Disney’s The Princess and the Frog: “The Princess is black, so that is good for all the black kids out there but the Prince is white. Race-mixing is wrong. If all other people mix up there won’t be any more white kids, so don’t race-mix,” he warns us. He adds that one of the characters in the movie is a voodoo witch doctor, and “voodoo witch doctors worship the devil so it’s a pretty bad movie for kids, especially white kids.”
The dangers of inter-racial relationships isn’t the only thing on Andrew’s agenda, on one video he enlightens viewers with his explanation of why he is pro-guns and even gives career advice to Daniel Radcliffe: “Some of you know he was in a play that he smoked, cussed and got naked, I think this is really bad for his reputation.” Noted. After this, Andrew addresses the 2011 Tucson Arizona shootings: “Don’t let anyone tell you that guns are bad, because cops have guns and they are good. The army have guns and they protect our country. The facts are that the more guns good people have, the less bad people hurt good people. If all the people at the meetings had guns, they could’ve shot the crazy shooter before they shot the nine-year-old girl.”
It would be nice to think that one day, when young Andrew outgrows out his moptop hair and speech disorder, he’d look back at these videos, change his name and hope his friends would never find them, as all former child stars and YouTube one-hit-wonders do, I imagine. This is exactly what happened with Lynx and Lamb Gaede, cute blonde neo-Nazi twin sisters who used to sing in a band about the wonders of Hitler and the Aryan race. After getting away from being homeschooled by their brain-washing mum they’ve renounced their past, claiming to be pretty liberal and “love diversity”. Today they smoke weed and wear fake Ray-Bans, just like the rest of us. So hopefully Andrew will follow their example and grow up to be a normal human being.