Top 10 Completely Crazy Facts About The KKK — TopTenzNet

10 Completely Crazy Facts About The KKK 10. The Black Cop In The Klan In 1979, undercover police officer Ron Stallworth
spotted an interesting ad in his local newspaper. The KKK was moving into his town of Colorado
Springs and was looking for new recruits. Stallworth decided to call them up and see
if he could infiltrate the group. Of course, there was one little issue that made things
a bit difficult — Stallworth was black. Not a guy to let details get in the way, Stallworth
phoned up the Klan and told them he was a white man tired of being harassed by minorities.
He even mentioned how angry he was that his sister had dated an African-American (not
the term he used). His act worked. The Klan was only too happy to welcome Stallworth into
the fold… after an initial meeting. Thinking on his feet, Stallworth sent a white
narcotics officer in his place. He gave his buddy several forms of non-photo I.D. to prove
he was actually Stallworth, and a few hours later the guy came back with an application
form. Over the next year, Stallworth’s partner attended meetings while the undercover agent
chatted with Klansman over the phone. He even called up and talked to Grand Wizard David
Duke on several occasions. During one conversation, Duke said he could identify black people by
the way they talked, something that must’ve made Stallworth chuckle. Eventually, Stallworth
became such a respected member of the KKK that he was offered a leadership position
in the local branch. Since that obviously couldn’t work out, the operation was cancelled,
and Klansman Stallworth disappeared. However, during his investigation, Stallworth learned
quite a bit about the Klan’s activities and prevented any cross burnings from occurring
in Colorado Springs. Stallworth was so proud of his work that he framed his KKK membership
card and hung it in his office until his well-deserved retirement. 9. The KKK Hates The Westboro Baptists Nobody likes the Westboro Baptist Church (WBC),
not even the KKK. While you’d think these two hate groups would get along—especially
with their similar views on homosexuals, Jews and Christianity—they actually have quite
a few differences, especially in regards to America’s military. On Memorial Day 2011, three members of the
WBC showed up at Arlington Cemetery with their usual assortment of “You’re Going to Hell”
and “Thank God for Dead Soldiers” signs. However, just a few feet away were ten members
of the Knights of the Southern Cross, a Virginia branch of everybody’s favorite racist organization.
The KKK had shown up specifically to counter-protest the Westboro bunch, and they spent the day
handing out American flags. While everything seemed relatively peaceful (for a WBC/KKK
protest that is), things might’ve gotten nasty if police officers weren’t on the
scene. When reporters asked the Klansmen if they were armed, they refused to answer. As to the WBC, they weren’t particularly
upset by the Klan’s arrival. Abigail Phelps, daughter of the late Fred, declared the KKK
had “no moral authority,” claiming the Bible doesn’t support their racist views.
Imperial Wizard Dennis LaBonte shot back, saying it was the soldiers who fought for
Westboro’s right to protest. So who won this ultimate smackdown of evil? Well, at
the end of the day both groups are still terrible, so we’ll say they both lost. 8. The Literary Origins of Cross Burning Other than their ghostly hoods, the image
most often associated with the KKK is that of a fiery cross. The Klan claims this eerie
act symbolizes their Christian beliefs, and in a bizarre PR move, they’ve re-dubbed
this ritual a “cross lighting.” Of course, we all know the reason behind their little
bonfires. Like Justice Clarence Thomas once said, cross burnings represent the Klan’s
“reign of terror” against African-Americans across the U.S. But how did this crazy custom
get started? Well, literary fans, we’re sorry to say
that Scottish writer Sir Walter Scott unintentionally played a pivotal role in terrifying thousands
of black people throughout the 20th century. The Ivanhoe author was extremely popular in
the American South, probably because the southern states were populated with people of Scotch-Irish
origin. They were especially fond of his 1810 poem The Lady of the Lake, which referenced
an ancient Scottish custom of burning a cross to call a meeting of all the clans (although
the Scottish cross was in the shape of an “X,” not the Roman one we associate with
Jesus). Scott’s vivid imagery captured the imagination
of novelist Thomas Dixon. Not only was he a fan of Scottish poetry, Dixon was also a
supporter of the KKK. Inspired by Scott’s cross burning scene, he added it to his pro-Klan
novel, The Clansman, even though the first KKK (1886 to early 1870s) had never even thought
about setting a crucifix on fire. When the 1905 novel was turned into the infamous movie
The Birth of a Nation, director D.W. Griffith kept the cross burning scene. The scene inspired
William J. Simmons, founder of the second Klan, to kick off the 1915 revival with the
first cross burning service in KKK history. Thanks, Sir Walter Scott! 7. Superman Fought the Klan The Man of Steel has fought some pretty dangerous
villains in his day, from Doomsday to Brainiac to Lex Luthor. However, in the 1940s, Superman
took on an even more dangerous foe, the dreaded KKK. On June 10, 1946, kids across America
tuned in their radios to hear The Adventures of Superman and were enthralled by a new serial
called “Clan of the Fiery Cross.” Instead of fighting boring old Neo-Nazis or gangsters,
this time Superman was battling racism. “Clan of the Fiery Cross” was the brainchild
of Stetson Kennedy, a Georgia man who infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan to learn their secrets. He
attended meetings, observed rituals, memorized passwords and tried to pass his information
to law enforcement officials. However, the cops weren’t interested. Either they were
too afraid to take a stand against the Klan, or they were actually members. Frustrated,
Kennedy approached the producers of The Adventures of Superman radio show and asked if they were
interested in exposing the Klan. They jumped at the chance, and soon the show was mocking
the hooded baddies and revealing their codes and customs. Shocked and outraged, the local clan Kennedy
had joined started coming up with new passwords and observances. And just as quickly, “Klansman”
Kennedy passed along all their new practices to the Superman producers. In fact, it’s
said the local branch he’d infiltrated was so humiliated that they actually closed down
their chapter. After the success of the Superman show, Kennedy would continue fighting intolerance,
publishing books and helping the government crack down on the Klan. He might not have
had X-ray vision or the ability to fly, but Stetson Kennedy was a real-life superhero. 6. The KKK Summer Getaway Looking for a little rest, relaxation and
racial purity? Well, if you had lived in Rockport, Texas ninety years ago, you could have visited
the Kool Koast Kamp! Billed as an outing “for a red-blooded American” (Klan language for
a white person), the seaside resort offered all sorts of fun activities like daylight
yachting, moonlight excursions and watermelon parties. Attendees were encouraged to take
a dip in the cool, blue ocean, but were asked to refrain from “extreme dress.” Feel
like fishing? The Klan was more than happy to provide rods, reels, boats and bait. And
who knows? You might even learn a thing or two. The Kamp brochure promised that guests
would learn the differences between hammerheads, sea urchins and porpoises. Most importantly, the camp was perfectly safe,
especially for white women. The brochure boldly states that “wonderful mothers” need not
fear for their safety. “The Fiery Cross guards you at night and an officer of the
law, with the same Christian sentiment, guards carefully all portals.” “Beautiful daughters”
were also assured the Kamp was just as safe as a mom’s embrace. As bizarre as this all sounds, the Kool Koast
Kamp wasn’t really that weird in 1924. Back in the day, the Klan was viewed as a social
institution, an organization that helped build and strengthen the community. The group gave
money to down-on-their-luck members and promoted small businesses owned by hood-wearing entrepreneurs.
Similarly, the resort was meant for poorer Klan clans who couldn’t afford a fancy vacation.
For $10, a family could rent an Army tent (complete with cots) and enjoy ten days of
summertime fun. However, the Kamp had a second, much more insidious goal. Attendees were asked
to bring along non-members in hopes of gaining new recruits. The idea was to dispel negative
media portrayals and show the world that Klansmen were just normal, fun loving, family oriented
Americans… who lynched black people. They didn’t mention that last part in the brochure. 5. The KKK Show For Kids When the first episode of The Andrew Show
aired in 2009, white audiences were introduced to a blonde-haired boy of about ten. His name
was Andrew Pendergraft, and he liked talking about movies, TV shows and the dangers of
race mixing. Of course, this preteen hater was nothing more than an indoctrinated pawn
reading from cue cards the whole time. Little Andrew is the grandson of Thom Robb,
national director of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, the most powerful KKK group today.
Robb has spent his life remarketing the Klan as a friendlier, less hateful organization.
Part of his ploy involved creating a series of white pride web shows, all hosted by members
of his family who sit in front of ugly green screens. For the adults, there’s This Is
the Klan which features Robb and his daughter/Andrew’s mom, Amanda Pendergraft, discussing the news.
For the teens, there’s Youth Focus, hosted by Shelby Pendergraft who’s also a member
of the racist country group “The Heritage Connection.” And most disturbingly, there’s
“The Andrew Show,” the Sesame Street for baby bigots. Each of the eighteen episodes starts off with
Andrew smiling for the camera and welcoming viewers with, “This show is for all the
white kids out there!” He then proceeds to talk about whatever movies or shows he’s
watched lately and then ties them into KKK ideology. In one episode, he complains about
how the character of Tiana from The Princess and the Frog falls in love with a white character.
He critiqued The Spy Next Door for showing Jackie Chan dating a white woman. He’s also
full of troubling anecdotes to help drive his point home. For example, Andrew once compared
baking a cake to interracial relationships. “My mom taught us about the frosting and
when you put the different colors in it—the white frosting? It can never be white again.”
While The Andrew Show promotes hatred, it’s important to remember the real victim here
— Andrew himself. After all, he’s just a brainwashed kid. 4. The KKK Highway Scandal Americans love the First Amendment. It guarantees
people the right to say and believe whatever they want. But those rights apply to everyone,
no matter how awful their beliefs. That’s something the state of Missouri found out
the hard way. In 1994, the state’s Department of Transportation received an application
from the local Klan. The group wanted to adopt a section of Interstate 55, which mean not
only would they be cleaning the highway, they’d get their very own sign on the side of the
road. Obviously, Missouri wasn’t too keen on condoning
Klan activities and refused the application. Furious, the Klan took the Department of Transportation
to court… and won. The judge decided the KKK had every right to adopt a stretch of
highway, a ruling the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed in March 2000. While they
were legally defeated, Missouri had one last surprise for the Klan. Shortly after the ruling,
the state congress renamed the section adopted by the Klan “Rosa Parks Highway” after
the famous civil rights activist. However, in 2012, the KKK lost interest in the highway
and stopped picking up trash, which allowed the government to kick them out of the program. History has a tendency to repeat itself though,
and that same year, the International Keystone Knights of the KKK asked to adopt a part of
Georgia State Route 515. Despite their claims that they just wanted to keep the road “beautiful,”
the government turned them down, knowing full well the adoption was really a PR move. Of
course, if the events in Missouri are any sign, Georgia will probably lose their battle
too. In a society that treasures free speech and freedom of belief, those liberties belong
to everyone, even the bad guys. 3. The KKK Store That’s Owned By A Black
Pastor Laurens, South Carolina has a sad history
when it comes to racism. The town is named after an 18th century slave trader and, like
many southern cities, was plagued by segregation and civil injustice. As an example of its
tragic past, look no further than the Echo Theater. Once upon a time, African-Americans
were forced to enter through a side door and watch movies from the balcony, separated from
their white neighbors. Today, Echo Theater is home to the notorious Redneck Shop, a little
store that sells Klan merchandise and hosts neo-Nazi meetings. But while the store is
run by a racist named John Howard, the theater itself belongs to Rev. David Kennedy, a black
pastor. Why does an African-American reverend own
a KKK shop? Well, the answer is kind of complicated. The story starts in 1994, when John Howard
befriended a young man named Michael Burden. Howard took Burden under his wing, taught
him the ways of the Klan, and let Burden and his family live in the Echo Theater basement.
But Burden’s wife, who was part Cherokee, eventually grew tired of Howard’s racism.
She wanted to leave, but Howard didn’t want his protégé to move. Hoping to appease the
family, Howard gave Burden the deed to the theater under the condition he could run the
Redneck Shop until his death. Despite Howard’s gift, the two men eventually
had a fight, and the elder racist kicked the Burdens out of the basement. The Burdens were
alone and had nowhere to go, and that’s when Rev. Kennedy and the New Beginning Church
stepped in. Despite the fact Burden was a Klansman, the black church bought his family
dinner and rented them a hotel room. And as Burden was desperate for cash, he asked Rev.
Kennedy if he’d buy the deed for the Echo Theater for $1,000. Kennedy agreed, and that’s
how an African-American pastor came to own a KKK shop. And that’s when the drama really
started. In 2006, Howard tried to sell the building,
either not knowing or not caring it actually belonged to Kennedy. Hoping to stop the old
racist, Kennedy sued Howard in 2008, sparking a four year legal battle over who rightfully
owned the Echo Theater. During the long, grueling process, Kennedy’s church came under attack
from local racists who left dead animals inside and nailed Confederate flags to the front
doors. Finally, in 2012, a circuit judge ruled the theater rightfully belonged to the New
Beginning Church… only they couldn’t kick Howard out. According to the deed, he could
keep on selling his Klan robes and offensive T-shirts until the day he died. Of course,
Howard is a sick man, and he might not be around much longer. And what does Kennedy
plan on doing with the building once he can finally close down the Redneck Shop? Well,
he says, “I think that the church would do good in that building.” 2. The KKK Neighborhood Watch The citizens of Fairview Township in York
County, Pennsylvania don’t have to worry about leaving their kids at home or locking
their doors at night. Aside from the fact they have an extremely low crime rate, their
neighborhoods are under the ever watchful eye of the Traditionalist American Knights,
a KKK group based in Missouri. Lucky, lucky them. Earlier this year, Pennsylvanians were dismayed
to find leaflets declaring, “You can sleep tonight knowing the Klan is awake!” Chances
are good the flyers had the exact opposite effect, especially on anyone who wasn’t
white, Protestant, or native born. Of course, the Knight’s leader, Frank Acona, claims
his group isn’t “targeting any specific ethnicity.” They’re just concerned about
all the recent car break-ins and aim to put a stop to it. To make things hard on the criminals,
Acona’s men will give up their hoods in exchange for everyday clothing. This way,
the crooks will never know which ugly, bucktoothed, unshaven white guy hanging around the neighborhood
is a Klansman. But why would the Klan want to form a watch
group? Well, they need as much publicity as they can get. Whereas they once were nearly
four million men strong, today the Klan boasts less than four thousand members. Groups like
the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) believe the Klan is desperate to recruit fresh troops
and hopes crazy schemes will draw in new blood. However, there’s one last question… why
aren’t they wearing their robes? According to the ADL, it’s because they’re not really
patrolling the streets. As the Pennsylvania chapter of the Traditionalist American Knights
probably has less than fifty members, they don’t have enough men to actually watch
out for crooks. And that’s just fine with the folks of Fairview Township. 1. The KKK Tried To Start Their Own Country Michael Perdue was a loser with big dreams.
A Texas convict with Nazi ties, Perdue wanted what everyone wants — to conquer the island
of Dominica and establish his own little empire. It was 1980, and the little nation had only
been independent from Great Britain for two years. They didn’t have an army, and their
newly created police force wasn’t exactly a top notch crime fighting agency. With enough
money and the right men, Perdue figured staging a coup would be easiest thing in the world.
He was wrong. The plan involved returning the recently deposed
Dominican Prime Minister, Patrick John, to power. In exchange, John would give Perdue
the right to export lumber and open a casino. The Texan also planned to start a lucrative
cocaine operation and become rich beyond his wildest dreams. (Unbeknownst to Perdue, John
actually planned on killing him once his position was restored.) With a puppet dictator in place
and financial backing from Canadian mobsters, Perdue visited David Duke, the recently retired
Grand Wizard of the Knights of the KKK. Duke thought the idea sounded great but was smart
enough not to get directly involved. Instead, he agreed to help Perdue rent a boat and suggested
several Klansman who might like to invade an island populated by black people. With Duke’s help, Perdue was able to assemble
a team of ten mercenaries, almost all of whom were either Klansmen or Neo-Nazis. In fact,
one of the gunmen was none other than Don Black, the current Grand Wizard of the Knights
of the KKK. After nicknaming their little mission “Operation Red Dog,” the group
armed themselves with thirty-three guns, twenty sticks of dynamite, several blasting caps,
and five thousand bullets. In addition to their weapons, they also brought along Nazi
flags, Confederate flags, and plenty of whiskey. Their plan was to set sail from Louisiana,
invade the island, and seize the armory and police station. It seemed like a solid plan,
but they didn’t count on the charter boat captain. When he learned about Perdue’s
plans, he immediately notified the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
(ATF). What happened next sounds like a scene from
a crazy comedy. On the night the mercenaries were to set sail, they met with undercover
ATF agents posing as sailors. The officers loaded Perdue’s private army into the back
of a van, explaining they’d drive them to the boat. Only when the doors were finally
opened, the halfwit army found themselves staring down the barrel of forty SWAT team
machine guns. “You’re not going to Dominica,” a voice epically boomed. “You’re going
to jail!” Unfortunately, David Duke escaped prosecution due to a lack of evidence, but
the rest of the nutty gang was found guilty of conspiracy and violation of the Neutrality
Act. And while they never established their Ku Klux Kingdom, the “Bayou of Pigs” incident
lives on as a tribute to true Klan stupidity.

98 thoughts on “Top 10 Completely Crazy Facts About The KKK — TopTenzNet”

  1. And the first Clan was with black members, it was the second Clan and the other clans that start with this racist movement,
    the first Clan did focus on withe,black,yellow,red that did not come from that particular city was gonna be scared away…. 

  2. You totally forgot to include the KKKs political group later changed its name to be more secretive, and is now what people know as the Democratic Party. Prob the most important crazy fact thats missing from your bullshit list.

  3. The Klan had to clean Rosa Parks Highway. Because they fought and won the right to adopt a highway in court. That's just beautiful. That actually made my day.

  4. Holy crap. People seriously get upset about everything. Great channel, let these people tell themselves whatever they want. I'm coming from the "Geniuses Who Where Terrible People" video and it has the most retarded comments I've seen in a while. Go there if you want to have a good laugh.

  5. I always found the uniforms very creepy and unsettling. I wouldn't want to run into one of those monsters at night. Is it just me or what?

  6. I like his Sarcastic voice….but back to the real life, out of over 7 billion people in the world, there will always be morons around.

  7. The clan has alot more members than 4000 more like several hundred thousand they just aren't as public about it.

  8. Of course racism is wrong, but it's incorrect to think the difference in races is only the physical.
    Men and women of the same race don't think the same.
    Orientals and Jews don't think the same.
    Blacks and whites don't think the same.
    Why do we think we all must be the same? Forcing that viewpoint on people doesn't help, it creates animosity.

  9. Top 10 Completely Crazy Facts About The KKK?
    More like an opportunity to preach.
    But then we all need to be told what is the right way to think, right?
    Yes, those with the superior savior complex will guide us to ultimate correctness.
    I don't like racism or the KKK but I feel the need to beat the hell out of the narrator.

  10. Before anyone gets judged or convicted it's given them the right to be heard, so that the world can know both sides of a story. In cases like the KKK Cult no one wants to hear their side, only the "victim" side of the story

  11. John Lewis was severely beaten on and abut his head with heavy night sticks. Now 50 years later, he is very, very old.  He is to be pitied.

  12. “Whosoever hateth his brother is a murderer: and ye know that no murderer hath eternal life abiding in him.” 1 John 3:15
    Also the dingbats of the KKK might want to read Matthew 1:1-17 and Luke 3:23-38. Yeshua ben Yosef was a Jew he even celebrated passover (the last supper it appears in all 4 gospels).

  13. It's 1 thing to be a racist white supremacist. It's another thing to be a terrorist group that lynches people(murder), cause public property damage(cross burning), and emotional damage by calling people racial slurs. They targeted and killed people just like ISIS has. These clowns like to piggyback off the achievements of the white race. As if they were there for any of us pff. Clearly they are lower income people that are frustrated hence why they have the free time to "patrol the streets at night" and have meetings. The only time Im showing up for a meeting is when I get paid because its my job and Im not patrolling the streets at night because most WORKING people are sleeping to wake up on time for their job in the morning. These people like to claim all black people are on welfare but when you take what I just typed into context it sounds like they are the ones on welfare. These people are clowns lmao.

  14. They wanted to kill all white ppl and make u the picture of God.  Before I die u will wish they had. If u fight me it's cose they right and u feel guilty. If u don't it's cose u feel guilty and give up

  15. Anytime i watch anything related to KKK i just laugh . How can a bunch of people come together , wear stupid robes give themselves stupid names , burn crosses , ,and chant racial slurs and still call themselves humans ? They need to be examined for mental disorders . They are what is wrong with humanity .

  16. Why would burning a cross show that your Christian? I thought that burning a cross would show your against Christianity and yes I'm Christian

  17. I don't think you mentioned the most interesting fact. By that I mean the fact that the KKK is part of the democratic party =P

  18. the Klan is horrible but what the leader said is true, you CAN identify at least 90% of the time if someone is black by the way they talk, no matter how educated or kind they are; it's not a bad thing it's just like you can tell a Canadian or a New Yorker.

    My only question would be if the black cop could speak standard English that well why he didn't do it all the time?
    Like in England the black people there speak standard British English. But also they don't have a desire to stand apart from the rest of British culture but have more of a wish to be considered just British instead of "African British" like Americans do to subdivide themselves. That's why they are much more diverse yet much more united then we are in our so-called Melting Pot.
    But even the most well spoken black person can normally be identified whether they be Barack Obama Oprah Winfrey Maya Angelou or Don Lemon it's just a fact of life in America and all I can suggest is if you don't your dialect to express your race and be subjected to possible prejudices about perceived lower education levels then try harder to speak standard English in the region you're from instead of an ethnic dialect. And I would say the same thing to someone from the south that moved to the North or a New Yorker that moved to California, unless you have a chip on your shoulder and feel like you have to stand out and be different, then just put in a little effort to respect those around you by speaking their dialect the best you can.
    "When in Rome…"

  19. Christian beliefs and??? How ridiculous. The kkk are not Christians. They are murderers, & terrorists. Jesus and his disciples, the first Christians weren't murderers.

  20. Shakawa hu qadar min dunya. asif. Shakawa hu gahpa min dunya. Blondes thive of being good to bad ppl and bad to good ppl. KKK?!? lol snm

  21. What is Sweden doing to these poor immigrants? Why r they so upset. Where r the jobs they need to live amongst rich people after the promise of a new better life? 80000 sent back home? So heros let refugees in and then "me duele" flog them back. Repugnant main objective. Boycott Sweden. Shuqara hu qadar min dunya. asif. Shakawa hu gahpa min dunya. Blondes thrive of being good to bad ppl and bad to good ppl. KKK?!? Jewish adolescents at least have the decency to be bad and listen to jihad nashee

  22. The KKK was created to fight black crime and an epidemic of white women being raped by black men!… I don't believe that most people who support the KKK would support anything beyond that!

  23. You forgot the most important fact. The KKK was started by the democratic party and represents what the democrats have always believed.

  24. I have NEVER seen nor met a KKK member, maybe I'm lucky. Nor I have someone call me a dirty racist name, I mean a white person, call me a dirty name. Lucky I guess

  25. Whats really going on? The world is at a point where we don't need fossil fuels or nuclear power but the wealthy elite don't want to lose that revenue that keeps them in power and keeps the common man from the autonomy that renewable energy would provide also renewable energy would allow mass education, lower food prices free transportation and lower tax revenues globally.Therefore conservative right leaning politicians are against its growth. Simultaneously our reliance on fossil fuels for so many years has affected the global climate by eroding the protective layer of the atmosphere called the ozone layer which keeps ALL life safe from harmful levels of uvb and uvc ultra violet radiation. The effects of high uvb uvc are many they include melting of the polar ice caps and exposing the world to ancient bacteria and microorganisms that have been frozen in the permafrost soil layer of artic and antartic landmasses.These organisms can bring about diseases like anthrax and others we may not have seen for hundreds of thousands of years if ever!Also uvc uvb radiation causes surface plant life to dry up and die at high levels in temperate zones like California this causes a potential for fires of thousands of acres of land. Next high uvb causes skin cancer in non melanated populations note: the highest number type of cancer in the world is currently skin cancer and has been for the past ten years! High uvb uvc also causes early mortality and loss of sperm vitality and folate in non melanated populations ie white and light skinned asian populations that have pheomelanin instead of eumelanin.Eumelanin being the black and brown melanin type which is selenium based not sulphur based thus absorbs radiant energy and protects the unborn child and a persons ability to bear children in a high uvb/uvc environment. Globally all non melanated populations are below replacement level and there is no way to reverse this as long as oil,coal and gas continue to destroy the ozone layer. In the USA the organization that used to publish the uv index that warns of high levels of radiation has been blocked from releasing that information and the US President wants to expand drilling of oil on every coast in effect hastening the demise of white people. Ironically the white people who voted him in thought they were doing so to keep their population high and maintain their political power in effect this has backfired on them and they are in denial.Despite the scientists that warn them the politicians of European nations and the US tell them their numbers are dwindling because of interracial relationships and immigration and they grab on to this falsehood now understanding they are the ultimate victims of their own racism.


  27. if these are facts indeed, which i hope my dearest are, this kills the whole Irish slave equivalent….

  28. 6:45 This is really off-topic, but the 1924 "Kool Koast Kamp" made me wonder how long ago the slang term "cool" came into usage. I seem to remember hearing that it was originally coined by black jazz musicians and had drug-related connotations. Can anybody shed some light on this? Just curious.

  29. It seems that the Klan, like many other southerners, also hate "Education." Intelligence isn't a trait that is highly desired among their ranks. LOL!

  30. Quick question why was it never mentioned that the Ku Klux Klan was created by the Democrat party and they were the terrorist wing of the Democratic Party?! And a cherry on top all Ku Klux Klan members were Democrats!

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