Who Said Blacks Aren't Hell Angels?

The Chosen One
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Re: Who Said Blacks Aren't Hell Angels?

Post by The Chosen One » April 21st, 2017, 1:27 pm

SWBOcrew wrote:Those who say dont know, and those who know dont say. Real rebels dont explain them selves, and most fake info on the 81 comes from cops trying to cash in on book sales from trumped up charges or clean up their own wrong doing, misleading accusations of cops justifying illegal raids and paid informants trying to get out of their own case. In the 60s and 70s most guys wearing swasticas were either vets who killed nazis and took them, or sons of vets who killed nazis and took their gear. Do you think a H.A. who killed a nazi whispered "heil hitler" while bayonetting a fascist to death? Sure there are racists every where, even obama was boming africa for white war profiteers, the hells angels are just rowdy bunch of hoodlums who want to offender every one, and thats something that did. The people who would know like East Bay Dragons who have a bunch of former Panthers party with them, and would not if they felt like there was some kind of racial anamosity. Here you are, RIP for two black members of the hells angels. FTP!

The founding of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club
On March 17th 1948 the first Hells Angels Motorcycle Club was founded in the Fontana/San Bernardino area in the United States of America. About the same time, other clubs were formed in various places in the state of California, but none of these clubs were associated with Hells Angels nor with each other. Most of them do not exist today, but the Berdoo charter (San Bernadino) still do.
During the fifties more Hells Angels Charters came into existence. In the beginning the different charters had nothing to do with each other, but after some years they united and a regular criteria of admission was laid down. From having been exclusively a Californian phenomenon, the club developed internationally in 1961. It happened when the first charter outside California was adopted – strangely enough – as far away as Auckland, New Zealand. During the sixties Hells Angels spread out to the East Coast of the USA and later to the Midwest.
On July the 30th 1969 the first European Hells Angels charter was accepted in London, England. Today there are more than 250 charters in Europe alone. At the end of the Seventies, Australian clubs were admitted and in 1984, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil became the first South American charter. In 1993, Hells Angels came to the African continent with a charter in Johannesburg, South Africa. Eastern Europe got its own Hells Angels charter in the new millennium and since then many more countries have been granted the now famous winged Death Head.

quick how san bernardino biker gangs invaded u n*ggas cities :yeahright: :yeahright:

not directed to you SWBOcrew

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