Ku Klux Klan in South West Virgina

Ku Klux Klan in South West Virgina

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crazy

Mount Juliet, TN

#2 Sep 10, 2011
Y'know you talk a good game. I was and probably still am friends with a lot of clansmen in another part of the country but I've seen beneath the surface and have seen what a lot of them really are. I believe in the same things you do and agree with most of what you have to say. What I don't believe in is hating someone simply for the color of their skin or their version of heaven. I'm gonna go look at that thread you've posted before I say anything else. Before you get all mad at me for what I've said, and if you do I'll be disappointed, notice I haven't said anything derogatory, haven't called you names, or said anything bad about you or your post. If you're serious with what you're saying and don't hate for hate's sake I want to hear more. For now I'm just gonna check that thread.

saberfox

Since: Dec 10

Dixie

#3 Sep 10, 2011
We do not hate any person because of their race, but we simply love our own race and prefer to be among our own flesh, and to honor the sacrifices and accomplishments of our ancestors.

Often we are asked why don't we allow Jews or catholics. The answer is that we are an organization for the Protestant (non Catholic) Gentile (non jew) White men and women of the Christian belief. What would a Protestant gain by attending Mass or a Gentile by attending the Synagogue? Likewise, what could they gain by entering an organization for the Protestant Gentile?

There are many "documentaries" on TV that portrays the Klan as Nazis, haters, etc.... But the truth is, these documentaries are made by the SPLC, and organization that opposes not only the Klan and Southern Heritage groups, but Christanity as well. There are many groups out there that calls themselves the "Ku Klux Klan", but they have no affiliation whatsoever with the Traditional Klan. Simply stated, just by wearing our robe doesn't make someone a Klansman any more than wearing a lab coat makes one a doctor.

I understand that some people disagrees with my ideologies and beliefs, and I respect their ideas and opinions.(There is more respect for a courageous enemy than a cowardly friend).
becareful

United States

#4 Sep 11, 2011
I was looking at the website and the qualifications above your application. number ten made me feel uneasy, but 13 was horrible. the chosen people where jews even though they betrayed christ. the bible says that all men are created equal to love one another as you love yourself. it also warns of wolves in sheeps clothes. don't you guys mostly dress in white. hmm must sheep are all white. please go read matthew 7:21-23 and by the way I am white

saberfox

Since: Dec 10

Dixie

#6 Sep 11, 2011
becareful wrote:
I was looking at the website and the qualifications above your application. number ten made me feel uneasy, but 13 was horrible. the chosen people where jews even though they betrayed christ. the bible says that all men are created equal to love one another as you love yourself. it also warns of wolves in sheeps clothes. don't you guys mostly dress in white. hmm must sheep are all white. please go read matthew 7:21-23 and by the way I am white
Your response and belief is quite common. However it was the Israelites that are the chosen, not the jew.(What is recognized as Israel today is not the Israel of the Bible as it was formed in 1947 as part of treaty of World War II).
Before Christ, all believers of God followed the Law of Moses because Christ had not yet come to fulfill the Law. Once Christ was Resurrected, Christanity was born (hence the name). Those that believed that He is the Son of God became Christians, while those who did not remained as jew.

As I mentioned earlier; we do not hate someone because of their Race. We simply love our own Race and prefer to be among our own flesh. If a black was hungry or in need, of course we would aid them. We also believe that the Bible is unchanging, therefore we believe that mix race marriages are sinful as gay marriage, bestiality, etc....(Just because the SCOTUS ruled in 1967 that laws prohibiting such marriages was somehow unconstitutional does not change the Bible).

Some people has different opinions and beliefs than this, so I can respect that. I just wanted to use this time to explain further about our beliefs.
whatha

Hermitage, TN

#7 Sep 11, 2011
crazy wrote:
Y'know you talk a good game. I was and probably still am friends with a lot of clansmen in another part of the country but I've seen beneath the surface and have seen what a lot of them really are. I believe in the same things you do and agree with most of what you have to say. What I don't believe in is hating someone simply for the color of their skin or their version of heaven. I'm gonna go look at that thread you've posted before I say anything else. Before you get all mad at me for what I've said, and if you do I'll be disappointed, notice I haven't said anything derogatory, haven't called you names, or said anything bad about you or your post. If you're serious with what you're saying and don't hate for hate's sake I want to hear more. For now I'm just gonna check that thread.
When the klan started, it was not against skin colors, but sorry people.
whatha

Hermitage, TN

#8 Sep 11, 2011
saberfox wrote:
We do not hate any person because of their race, but we simply love our own race and prefer to be among our own flesh, and to honor the sacrifices and accomplishments of our ancestors.
Often we are asked why don't we allow Jews or catholics. The answer is that we are an organization for the Protestant (non Catholic) Gentile (non jew) White men and women of the Christian belief. What would a Protestant gain by attending Mass or a Gentile by attending the Synagogue? Likewise, what could they gain by entering an organization for the Protestant Gentile?
There are many "documentaries" on TV that portrays the Klan as Nazis, haters, etc.... But the truth is, these documentaries are made by the SPLC, and organization that opposes not only the Klan and Southern Heritage groups, but Christanity as well. There are many groups out there that calls themselves the "Ku Klux Klan", but they have no affiliation whatsoever with the Traditional Klan. Simply stated, just by wearing our robe doesn't make someone a Klansman any more than wearing a lab coat makes one a doctor.
I understand that some people disagrees with my ideologies and beliefs, and I respect their ideas and opinions.(There is more respect for a courageous enemy than a cowardly friend).
My ancestor was Samuel Bowman, a free man of color from the 1700's who fought theIndians, who lost his family in the massacar of 1754. Back then, they were not kkk but if you even misbehaved in church, they'd put you in stocks.If you stole something, they'd give you a whoopin and put you in stocks. You were safer then, even with the indians, than you are with the dopeheads. You didn't have to lock your doors until drugs come into America strong..Our ancestors had the best way to deal with a sorrid situation, a man who wouldn't work and support himself or his family, they would put him in stocks, if he didn't after that, they'd give him the cat o nine, if that whippin didn't set him straight, they would take him out and bury him alive..Just think what they would do now with the meth heads who murdered a two year old child, or casey anthony...they'd give her a small time to account for her child, or she'd have immediately joined the child. Look at all the perversions against children, look at the trash our society has produced, even in the government. Tell me that the old way wasn't the best.
whatha

Hermitage, TN

#9 Sep 11, 2011
saberfox wrote:
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Your response and belief is quite common. However it was the Israelites that are the chosen, not the jew.(What is recognized as Israel today is not the Israel of the Bible as it was formed in 1947 as part of treaty of World War II).
Before Christ, all believers of God followed the Law of Moses because Christ had not yet come to fulfill the Law. Once Christ was Resurrected, Christanity was born (hence the name). Those that believed that He is the Son of God became Christians, while those who did not remained as jew.
As I mentioned earlier; we do not hate someone because of their Race. We simply love our own Race and prefer to be among our own flesh. If a black was hungry or in need, of course we would aid them. We also believe that the Bible is unchanging, therefore we believe that mix race marriages are sinful as gay marriage, bestiality, etc....(Just because the SCOTUS ruled in 1967 that laws prohibiting such marriages was somehow unconstitutional does not change the Bible).
Some people has different opinions and beliefs than this, so I can respect that. I just wanted to use this time to explain further about our beliefs.
Southwest Va. and the area is the smeltpot for races, the races are so mixed. The whites married the indians, the Indian men stole the slave women because they were good breeders, and good workers, the old plantation owners had trouble with that problem.
When the half breeds married, if the child was born with light or white skin, they put white on the birth record, if they were dark, they put mulatto,or free black, depending on the social status. Those children who were white, married white or mixed.those who were dark often married black or dark people. In this time period, they have become so mixed, if I was a kkk member, and had a hate for skin color, I'd have to hate myself...Not a klan, like the modern day klan..don't think these nazi whites know their origin.Our ancestors come together, they worked together to make this country a place for their children, slavery is an insult to the flag of America.It was predipositioned by a bunch of sorry lowlife group of lazy southern based people, people of aristocracy, who couldn't wipe their own ---es, and were too sorry to survive...greed based to keep from paying for labor.
The klans people in here didn't go for race, they dealt with criminals and sorry people.
America was built by all races, and our ancestors were from other nations, not all white...the old klan in this area was for the people, it wasn't a matter of hate but out of necessity to deal with useless worthless people and to discipline and change attitudes. Our own, was the peole as a whole and not just one color.
2Cents

Charlottesville, VA

#10 Sep 11, 2011
saberfox wrote:
We do not hate any person because of their race, but we simply love our own race and prefer to be among our own flesh, and to honor the sacrifices and accomplishments of our ancestors.
Often we are asked why don't we allow Jews or catholics. The answer is that we are an organization for the Protestant (non Catholic) Gentile (non jew) White men and women of the Christian belief. What would a Protestant gain by attending Mass or a Gentile by attending the Synagogue? Likewise, what could they gain by entering an organization for the Protestant Gentile?
There are many "documentaries" on TV that portrays the Klan as Nazis, haters, etc.... But the truth is, these documentaries are made by the SPLC, and organization that opposes not only the Klan and Southern Heritage groups, but Christanity as well. There are many groups out there that calls themselves the "Ku Klux Klan", but they have no affiliation whatsoever with the Traditional Klan. Simply stated, just by wearing our robe doesn't make someone a Klansman any more than wearing a lab coat makes one a doctor.
I understand that some people disagrees with my ideologies and beliefs, and I respect their ideas and opinions.(There is more respect for a courageous enemy than a cowardly friend).
You say you respect other people's ideas, opinions, and beliefs, yet you exclude Catholics (who, by the way are also Christian), and Jews (because they are not Christian). I assume then that you also exclude Muslim, Hindu, and every other religion and race other than white protestants.

You also state that you prefer to be among your own flesh ..... I hate to be the one to tell you but if you cut anyone, no matter what color the skin, the blood still runs red. How is excluding anyone that doesn't look just like you NOT hatred?

You also pose the question, what would protestants gain by attending Mass or gentiles get by attending Synagogue, and my answer to you would be understanding and respect for others' beliefs.

And then you state, "There is more respect for a courageous enemy than a cowardly friend." This coming from a person who hides behind a white robe!

It is people just like you who perpetuate hatred, racism, and lack of understanding and respect. You call yourself a Christian, but you certainly do not show it by your actions.

saberfox

Since: Dec 10

Dixie

#11 Sep 11, 2011
2Cents wrote:
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You say you respect other people's ideas, opinions, and beliefs, yet you exclude Catholics (who, by the way are also Christian), and Jews (because they are not Christian). I assume then that you also exclude Muslim, Hindu, and every other religion and race other than white protestants.
You also state that you prefer to be among your own flesh ..... I hate to be the one to tell you but if you cut anyone, no matter what color the skin, the blood still runs red. How is excluding anyone that doesn't look just like you NOT hatred?
You also pose the question, what would protestants gain by attending Mass or gentiles get by attending Synagogue, and my answer to you would be understanding and respect for others' beliefs.
And then you state, "There is more respect for a courageous enemy than a cowardly friend." This coming from a person who hides behind a white robe!
It is people just like you who perpetuate hatred, racism, and lack of understanding and respect. You call yourself a Christian, but you certainly do not show it by your actions.
I provided the reason why we exclude Catholics and Jews (and any other religious belief). We are an organization for the Protestant Gentile Christian of the White Race. Every religion and Race has an organization for the honor and achievements of their own kind.

If you cut a dog, it will be bleed red as well. Does that make us the same? Would you have a horse to guard your house or saddle a dog to ride a trail? There are differences between our races other than skin color. We have different cultures, heritage, history, values and beliefs. To say that we are all the same does nothing to benefit either race.

Christanity is the majority religion in the US. Though reports are conflicting, it is said that some 87% of all Americans are Christian. Yet, if a child holds prayer in school, that child faces suspension and even expulsion by demand of the SPLC. But the same organization demands that "tolerance" to be taught, and do so by having the children dress and participate in these other religions and cultures, going as far as praying to the deities.
I don't mind one worshipping as they please, but I do when they infringe upon my rights and beliefs.

I do not wear my robe in public, but I am easily identified as a Klansman wherever I go as I display my affiliation openly and proudly.(Most do not, but we are known as the Invisible Empire for a reason.)

If it means that I hate simply because I love my own race and honor the sacrifices and achievements by those of my own race, then so be it. Let us end Black history month, the 3 major tv networks and the 213 major publications for the black race; let us end the hispanic heritage month, the 4 major tv networks and numerous publications directed solely to them.

If I am a racist because I can see the differences of our race and understand that we have a different culture and heritage, then so be it. Let us end affirmative action, the black caucus of congress, the latino caucus and the negro college fund.

If refusing to surrender my Christian beliefs and family values means that I am intolerant, than I reckon I am. Christ gave His life for me so that I would not have to perish in hell. He also blessed me with a voice. My ancestors died to assure that I could use it. I refuse to remain silent when my beliefs are under attack.
yousucksaberfox

Paducah, KY

#13 Sep 11, 2011
saberfox wrote:
<quoted text>
I provided the reason why we exclude Catholics and Jews (and any other religious belief). We are an organization for the Protestant Gentile Christian of the White Race. Every religion and Race has an organization for the honor and achievements of their own kind.
If you cut a dog, it will be bleed red as well. Does that make us the same? Would you have a horse to guard your house or saddle a dog to ride a trail? There are differences between our races other than skin color. We have different cultures, heritage, history, values and beliefs. To say that we are all the same does nothing to benefit either race.
Christanity is the majority religion in the US. Though reports are conflicting, it is said that some 87% of all Americans are Christian. Yet, if a child holds prayer in school, that child faces suspension and even expulsion by demand of the SPLC. But the same organization demands that "tolerance" to be taught, and do so by having the children dress and participate in these other religions and cultures, going as far as praying to the deities.
I don't mind one worshipping as they please, but I do when they infringe upon my rights and beliefs.
I do not wear my robe in public, but I am easily identified as a Klansman wherever I go as I display my affiliation openly and proudly.(Most do not, but we are known as the Invisible Empire for a reason.)
If it means that I hate simply because I love my own race and honor the sacrifices and achievements by those of my own race, then so be it. Let us end Black history month, the 3 major tv networks and the 213 major publications for the black race; let us end the hispanic heritage month, the 4 major tv networks and numerous publications directed solely to them.
If I am a racist because I can see the differences of our race and understand that we have a different culture and heritage, then so be it. Let us end affirmative action, the black caucus of congress, the latino caucus and the negro college fund.
If refusing to surrender my Christian beliefs and family values means that I am intolerant, than I reckon I am. Christ gave His life for me so that I would not have to perish in hell. He also blessed me with a voice. My ancestors died to assure that I could use it. I refuse to remain silent when my beliefs are under attack.
I've seen you run that mouth on different town topix for months.just keep running that big cowardly mouth on line.Go ahead and post a real picture of your face(you little piece of chickenshit)Go ahead and tell everyone how proud you are and people call you saberfox and how you wear your little belt buckle around in public.Then tell us about how you walk around proudly in Abingdon and openly display your affiliation with the chickenshit pussies that hide behind a sheet.But, I guarantee you will not post your real name or a picture because you are yellow and afraid.Post all your bullshit "facts" and throw in a little religious bullshit that you've twisted to your liking.Do us a favor and stop being a faceless coward or shut the fuck up.I'M SERIOUS.
becareful

La Plata, MD

#14 Sep 11, 2011
saberfox wrote:
<quoted text>
Your response and belief is quite common. However it was the Israelites that are the chosen, not the jew.(What is recognized as Israel today is not the Israel of the Bible as it was formed in 1947 as part of treaty of World War II).
Before Christ, all believers of God followed the Law of Moses because Christ had not yet come to fulfill the Law. Once Christ was Resurrected, Christanity was born (hence the name). Those that believed that He is the Son of God became Christians, while those who did not remained as jew.
As I mentioned earlier; we do not hate someone because of their Race. We simply love our own Race and prefer to be among our own flesh. If a black was hungry or in need, of course we would aid them. We also believe that the Bible is unchanging, therefore we believe that mix race marriages are sinful as gay marriage, bestiality, etc....(Just because the SCOTUS ruled in 1967 that laws prohibiting such marriages was somehow unconstitutional does not change the Bible).
Some people has different opinions and beliefs than this, so I can respect that. I just wanted to use this time to explain further about our beliefs.

the jews where the chosen people. it is the same israel. 1947 was just when they became their own nation again. some of your beliefs are right as in the unchanging bible. for God said I am lord and I do not change. im not trying to dispute you or make you look bad I'm really not but your over all beliefs over all are not gonna get you there. and by no means do I think your a bad person, I just feel lead to say this I really do. please read those verses in the book of matt my friend
crazy

Mount Juliet, TN

#15 Sep 12, 2011
You're good Saberfox, I'll grant you that. You sound sincere in your beliefs and you wage your arguments in a well thought out manner but you'll never convince me your way is the correct one. My beliefs coincide with yours in a lot of ways and I agree that its your right to worship with whomever you choose and follow whatever path you choose. Americans have died in battle to give you that right. I'll pray for you.

saberfox

Since: Dec 10

Dixie

#16 Sep 12, 2011
yousucksaberfox wrote:
<quoted text>I've seen you run that mouth on different town topix for months.just keep running that big cowardly mouth on line.Go ahead and post a real picture of your face(you little piece of chickenshit)Go ahead and tell everyone how proud you are and people call you saberfox and how you wear your little belt buckle around in public.Then tell us about how you walk around proudly in Abingdon and openly display your affiliation with the chickenshit pussies that hide behind a sheet.But, I guarantee you will not post your real name or a picture because you are yellow and afraid.Post all your bullshit "facts" and throw in a little religious bullshit that you've twisted to your liking.Do us a favor and stop being a faceless coward or shut the fuck up.I'M SERIOUS.
There ya go.
Topix has a habit of deleting this picture which is why I use the avatar of the famed Confederate General.

Now...
Do you have the courage to do the same?

saberfox

Since: Dec 10

Dixie

#17 Sep 12, 2011
becareful wrote:
<quoted text>
the jews where the chosen people. it is the same israel. 1947 was just when they became their own nation again. some of your beliefs are right as in the unchanging bible. for God said I am lord and I do not change. im not trying to dispute you or make you look bad I'm really not but your over all beliefs over all are not gonna get you there. and by no means do I think your a bad person, I just feel lead to say this I really do. please read those verses in the book of matt my friend
Personally, I do not believe that God cares about what your denomination is or which church you attend. The rules are the same for everyone, which is that one must Repent, accept Jesus Christ as their Savior and believe in him.

There are some things that people disagree with, one being the serpent in the Garden of Eden. While all agrees that it was Satan, most believes that he took the form of the snake (often called the serpent), while some believes that it was the worm (also known as a serpent as in Hebrew [the language in which Genesis was written] a serpent is identified as any long, slim bodied creature without legs. The reason they believe this is because as a punishment, the serpent had to spend its existence on its belly eating the dust of the Earth. Worms eat the soil; snakes do not.)
Adam (originally written "Ad Dawm") means to blush; to redden in the face.

The reason I post this is simply to explain that different people has different opinions and beliefs. But whatever they believe, the rules for Salvation remains unchanging.

saberfox

Since: Dec 10

Dixie

#18 Sep 12, 2011
crazy wrote:
You're good Saberfox, I'll grant you that. You sound sincere in your beliefs and you wage your arguments in a well thought out manner but you'll never convince me your way is the correct one. My beliefs coincide with yours in a lot of ways and I agree that its your right to worship with whomever you choose and follow whatever path you choose. Americans have died in battle to give you that right. I'll pray for you.
It's not my intention to convince anyone that their beliefs are wrong or to engage in arguments, but simply to let them know that we still remain and how to contact us.

While the media has a habit of reporting on negative things about the Klan (which many are without merit), they fail to report the good.
Who can forget that woeful day Dec. 24, 1924 when the muck dam burst here in Saltville. The first to respond was none other than the Ku Klux Klan as the others feared to enter. One reporter wrote " as the skin fell from their flesh, they refused to cease until all was accounted for". Sadly, this involvement has been swept from most internet sites, but can be seen and read at the Museum in Saltville.(It was on display a few years back and may still be there.)
2Cents

Charlottesville, VA

#19 Sep 12, 2011
saberfox wrote:
<quoted text>
I provided the reason why we exclude Catholics and Jews (and any other religious belief). We are an organization for the Protestant Gentile Christian of the White Race. Every religion and Race has an organization for the honor and achievements of their own kind.
If you cut a dog, it will be bleed red as well. Does that make us the same? Would you have a horse to guard your house or saddle a dog to ride a trail? There are differences between our races other than skin color. We have different cultures, heritage, history, values and beliefs. To say that we are all the same does nothing to benefit either race.
Christanity is the majority religion in the US. Though reports are conflicting, it is said that some 87% of all Americans are Christian. Yet, if a child holds prayer in school, that child faces suspension and even expulsion by demand of the SPLC. But the same organization demands that "tolerance" to be taught, and do so by having the children dress and participate in these other religions and cultures, going as far as praying to the deities.
I don't mind one worshipping as they please, but I do when they infringe upon my rights and beliefs.
I do not wear my robe in public, but I am easily identified as a Klansman wherever I go as I display my affiliation openly and proudly.(Most do not, but we are known as the Invisible Empire for a reason.)
If it means that I hate simply because I love my own race and honor the sacrifices and achievements by those of my own race, then so be it. Let us end Black history month, the 3 major tv networks and the 213 major publications for the black race; let us end the hispanic heritage month, the 4 major tv networks and numerous publications directed solely to them.
If I am a racist because I can see the differences of our race and understand that we have a different culture and heritage, then so be it. Let us end affirmative action, the black caucus of congress, the latino caucus and the negro college fund.
If refusing to surrender my Christian beliefs and family values means that I am intolerant, than I reckon I am. Christ gave His life for me so that I would not have to perish in hell. He also blessed me with a voice. My ancestors died to assure that I could use it. I refuse to remain silent when my beliefs are under attack.
I am not arguing how many Christians there are in the US or that you and anyone else has the right to believe in what you do. However, I hear you saying that anyone who does not belong to the white, ango-saxon protestant group is less superior to those who do belong to that group, and I also hear you saying that no one benfits from understanding of other beliefs and cultures. This is exactly why this world is so messed up -- because of people like you who think they are superior to the rest of us simply because they are white protestants. That is not very Christian of you at all and to say that it is is insulting! Should we honor our ancestors and be proud of who we are -- yes, but to do so at the detriment of others is just wrong!

saberfox

Since: Dec 10

Dixie

#20 Sep 12, 2011
2Cents wrote:
<quoted text>
I am not arguing how many Christians there are in the US or that you and anyone else has the right to believe in what you do. However, I hear you saying that anyone who does not belong to the white, ango-saxon protestant group is less superior to those who do belong to that group, and I also hear you saying that no one benfits from understanding of other beliefs and cultures. This is exactly why this world is so messed up -- because of people like you who think they are superior to the rest of us simply because they are white protestants. That is not very Christian of you at all and to say that it is is insulting! Should we honor our ancestors and be proud of who we are -- yes, but to do so at the detriment of others is just wrong!
It was not very long ago that children did not fear being shot in the classroom, that parents were the influence of the children and we considered our neighbors as friends and friends as our family. When you looked in the church, you saw the father, mother and their children together.

So what happened?
People screamed "tolerance". Those who did not enlist to this cry were labeled as racists and bigots. The teaching of tolerance became mandatory, and the way this was done was by introducing other cultures, heritages and lifestyles.
In essence, parents sacrificed their children to these wolves just so they would not be identified as politically incorrect. Our Nation is simply reaping what has been sowed. The only way to bring back our true American ideologies is by "planting a different crop", otherwise this will continue until our destruction.
uranidiot

Paducah, KY

#21 Sep 12, 2011
saberfox wrote:
<quoted text>
There ya go.
Topix has a habit of deleting this picture which is why I use the avatar of the famed Confederate General.
Now...
Do you have the courage to do the same?
don't it bother you that ur avatar is dark colored.I wonder if a black man took a gal away from you in the past.Why so bitter?Maybe it was a guy?Now Saltville's topix has hit the pinnacle of embarrassment to the world LOL

saberfox

Since: Dec 10

Dixie

#22 Sep 13, 2011
uranidiot wrote:
<quoted text>don't it bother you that ur avatar is dark colored.I wonder if a black man took a gal away from you in the past.Why so bitter?Maybe it was a guy?Now Saltville's topix has hit the pinnacle of embarrassment to the world LOL
No, I still have a wonderful relationship with my wife even after many years. And it grows each and every day. Yes, I have indeed been blessed.

I don't have very many pictures of myself, which is just as well as I notice that my avatar had already been removed again. But anyway, the picture that I did have up is my usual attire that I wear publicly.

The Klan is not about hate, but about Love. We love our ancestors because of their sacrifices and accomplishments that benefited us and expanded our Nation. We love our Nation, as we are unique in the world in which the government is governed by the people, and we are fighting to keep it that way. We love the Almighty God and His Son, and everything they do for us, and for providing us a way to be with them through eternity. We love our Heritage, and we remember the hardships and trials that was faced to create our proud heritage. We love our Families, and will do everything we can to keep them safe and well.

*We oppose Nazism, socialism, paganism and any other non-American form of government and ideology.
*We fight against the drugs that destroys our homes and communities.
*We fight against illegal aliens who disregards our duly enacted laws.
*We stand to protect and defend the widowed, the child and the disabled.
*We fight to keep our flags of our heritage flying.
* We are ready at a moments notice to come to the aid of those in danger.
There is much more that we do, and some things we do not in contrary to popular belief.
American Anglo Saxon

Charlottesville, VA

#23 Sep 13, 2011
Requirements to join the KKK, as taken from the website...

1) Applicants must be native born White non-Jewish American citizens.

2)Applicants must believe in the Lord God the creator of all.

3) Applicants must except Jesus Christ as the Son of God and their personal saviour.

4) Applicants must believe in the teachings of the Holy Bible.

5) Applicants must be of pure white linage.(No Exceptions)

6) Applicants must believe in non-violence, except in self-defence.

7)Applicants should be registered voters.(Preferred but not always required)

8)Applicants must believe in the United States Constitution as it was orginally written.

9) Applicants must have a clean law abiding record.

10) Applicants must believe in the perservation and advancement of the White Race.

11) Applicants must be patriotic to American Ideals.

12) Be warned: We do not believe in Nazism or any form of Socialism. The Ku Klux Klan is an American organization and we stand for American Ideals, not communism. We believe in the worship of one supreme being (God). It is a sin against Gods word to worship any man, woman, animal, ect..... dead or alive.

13) Applicants must believe that the White Race is the true chosen people of our Lord God and have diminion over all creatures of the Earth as God deemed it to be.

14) Applicants must under NO circumstances abuse alcohol in any way.

15) The Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan will not tolerate any form of narcotic drug use. We are a drug free Christian organization and will not except anything less.

16) Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.

17) Applicants must not date or be married to anyone from outside the white race. Applicant must not believe in the mixing of the races. Applicant must not have mixed race children, this includes adopted or step children.

18) We will under NO circumstances accept anyone that is Homosexual, Bi-Sexual, Atheists, or are not of a sane mind and soul.

19) Must be willing to swear to not commit any form of crimes while a member of the Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.

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While I believe in the Constitution as it was written, I'm inclined to call bullshit on this one. I consider myself a Constitutionalist. What exactly does does being white have to do with being a good person? You're seperationists, it seems to me.

The Aryan-American Social Club seems a better name, in my opinion. Yes I'm white. Not all white people are worth a damn, just like any other race (obviously indicated by this topic thread.)

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