Watch out glenny BOY! you're showing you're ugly side there sport! Have a little problem with other races glenny? If so, then don't be a coward and be a man, come out and say it! Or are you're knuckles dragging a little to close to the sidewalk to? Neanderthal, do you know what that is?i dont care one way or the other .if they want to gather and call it a clan.......so what!!why dont you numb nuts put your hate toward something usefule and leave those people alone .here is something to fight for you wussies.go to ---army of god .com .thats something to fight for you hatemungers,raciest,brain washed buckets of slim!!get you some !!
Eight Ku Klux Klan members from the Bogalusa area were arrested Tuesday after allegedly killing a Tulsa, Okla., woman during an initiation ritual in a remote northern St.
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#886 Apr 12, 2009
Yeah, one day we will be real scholars, like the black race!
#887 May 10, 2009
I thought the KKK was started when the Civil War ended by a Civil War soldier why was opposed to slavery being abolished.[QUOTE ho="MRLOUIS"]<quo ted text>
The name, rituals, and some of the attitudes of the original Klan were adopted by a new fraternal organization incorporated in Georgia in 1915. The official name of the new society, which was organized by a former preacher, Colonel William Simmons, was Invisible Empire, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. Membership was open to native-born, white, Protestant males, 16 years of age or older; blacks, Roman Catholics, and Jews were excluded and were increasingly made targets of defamation and persecution by the Klan. Until 1920 the society exercised little influence. Then, in the period of economic dislocation and political and social unrest that followed World War I (1914-1918), the Klan expanded rapidly in urban areas and became active in many states, notably Colorado, Oregon, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. Although the Klan everywhere fiercely preached white supremacy, it focused its attack on what it considered to be alien outsiders, particularly the Roman Catholic church, which it believed was threatening traditional American ways and values. All non-Protestants, aliens, liberals, trade unionists, and striking workers were denounced as subversives.
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