Wafubeh! In recent years the topic of the Ku Klux Klan and their agenda has resurfaced in the light of racially motivated crimes. Several news sites have analyzed the KKK’s influence in American Government. In January 2018, The New Yorker Magazine published an article entitled, A Government Takeover by the Ku Klux Klan. Included in the new sources that featured titled articles about the KKK in the month of January 2018 were The Washington Post (Ku Klux Klan fliers- and the hatred they represent), Washington Examiner (Luis Gutierrez Trump ‘could lead the Ku Klux Klan’) and Timeline (Klan Family Values), among others.
Another interesting thing about the Ku Klux Klan is its organizational structure and principles. During my research on the history of this bigoted group, I discovered a document that may change your perception of how the KKK is able to penetrate the political arena and gain the support of minorities. Published in 1920 by the Ku Klux Klan as a handbook for members, Principles and Purposes Of The Knights Of The Ku Klux Klan, states the following in regards to the Negro:
“The Knights of the Ku Klux Klan has no fight to make upon the Negro. He is recognized as an inferior race and Klansmen are sworn to protect him, his rights and property and assist him in the elevation of his moral and spiritual being and in the preservation of the purity of his race….The Klan has no fight to make upon any man of his race, place of birth, religion or political affiliations.”
Based on the information cited above, the Ku Klux Klan are sworn to assist the Negro race in the “preservation of the purity of his race”. This is another reason politicians claiming to be of benefit to black people is like the pot calling the kettle black in the literal sense of the phrase. Unfortunately, while ethnic groups can hold an enemy hostage because of Christopher Columbus’ Love Boat, they seem to forget that it was only decades ago when Democrats formed the Ku Klux Klan in response to the outcome of the Civil War and freed slaves being granted voting rights. As long as African-Americans remain infatuated with the Democratic Party, they don’t have to worry about the N-word. They are living it!
Basically, the Klan’s agenda seems to simulate the history of American Government on every level, assisting the Negro but disposing any scheme or organization that would aid the Negro in gaining political power. Certainly, the White House has embraced the philosophy of the Klan. One example is the political establishment’s treatment of former President Barack Obama, or just in the potential of a man of color gaining a seat in the oval office is a clear vote for would-be assassins to start coming out the metalwork. What is most appalling about all of this is that the FBI warned the United States Government ten years ago that white supremacists groups were infiltrating the police force. PBS in an online article, entitled, FBI Warned of White Supremacists in Law Enforcement 10 Years Ago. Has Anything Changed?, states:
“In the 2006 bulletin, the FBI detailed the threat of white nationalists and skinheads infiltrating police in order to disrupt investigations against fellow members and recruit other supremacists. The bulletin was released during a period of scandal for many law enforcement agencies throughout the country, including a neo-Nazi gang formed by members of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department who harassed black and Latino communities. Similar investigations revealed officers and entire agencies with hate group ties in Illinois, Ohio and Texas.”
Instead of politicians addressing the matter, they shift the conversation to vent their disgust about the European fabricated organization called Black Lives Matters. Perhaps the quest is not about preventing the Ku Klux Klan from infiltrating the government, but recognizing that their principles is what governs America.
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