One would think that all the victims of the
The incident happened soon after Christmas in the city of St. Petersburg, Russia. Snow is quite heavy in that area this time of the year so the city had to cover up their local Christmas trees to avoid them getting ruined. However, they were still ruined when vandals poked two eye holes in their covers which resemble the costumes worn by KKK members back in the day:
Well, as you can see, the whole locale is now creepy because it looks like an elaborate racist monument, all because some punks carved two circles in all of them. It also gives off the impression that there is an army of KKK members’ meeting taking place near the Primorskaya metro station on Vasilyevsky Island, which is where the trees are located.
Still, it was not clear what the vandals’ intentions were. Authorities were also puzzled whether the vandals simply wanted to create an army of Christmas tree ghosts but accidentally became racist or if they deliberately made KKK members out of Christmas trees just in time for a “white” Christmas. Nevertheless, it sparked widespread condemnation online.
You might also like: