According to several websites, members of neo-Nazi organization the National Socialist Movement will hold a “national annual meeting and rally” at Los Angeles City Hall on Saturday, April 17. The Anti-Defamation League’s website indicates that “[t]he National Socialist Movement (NSM) is currently the largest neo-Nazi group in the United States …. The NSM promotes its virulently anti-Semitic and racist ideology at rallies throughout the country, particularly in the Midwest, and through the group’s Website, Internet-based radio programs, white power music company and videogames.” Which begs the question of why they aren’t holding their rally in front of the Capitol Records building instead.
I have not yet seen any indication of an organized counter-protest. However, individuals who desire to come down to City Hall and voice their opinion, whatever it may be, will presumably be permitted to do so. I’m thinking this might be a good opportunity to head down there and express my own free speech rights.