[repeal19th] KKK Love Machine not Hate Machine
Mon, 25 Jun 2001 22:51:08 ‑0500
"Pontiff Maximus" <[email protected]>
"Men are the Masters" <[email protected]>
The KKK was started in Pulaski, Tennesse on
Christmas Eve, 1865 in a lawyers office. The
office is still there. In the 1920's there was a big
celebration and people came from all over to
dedicate a bronze plaque to be placed on the
outside of the office. Today, the owner of the
building has turned the plaque around because
he doesn't like the KKK or the idea of white
Christian America. However, Thomas Robb, the
director of The Knights started a holiday 15 years
ago to honor the KKK and the brave members
who formed this wonderful group.
The KKK was founded after the Civil war had
ended. The war had been terrible and thousands
and thousands of men died. Kids as young as 12
and 13 in the Southfaked their ages and joined
the war effort toward the end. There was many
more people in the North than the South.
Abraham Lincoln felt that the South should be
treated as a child who had disobeyed his mother.
But many powerful men in Congress hated the
South and felt that it should be treated as a
conquered land. They saw there was a profit to
be made in the war beaten land. Abraham
Lincoln wanted all Americans reunited. He
wanted them to have good times. He decided to
create a new type of money. It would be the kind
of money Thomas Jefferson and Congress had
decided upon at the beginning of the country.
The name of the new money would be the lincoln
Greenback. Powerful bankers who secretly
controlled politicians in Washington didn't want
the new money. They wouldn't be able to
control and bribe them with the new money.
They hired a man named John Wilkes Booth to
kill the president. It was terrible for everyone.
Abraham Lincoln even had a plan to help all of
the newly freed slaves to go home to Africa.
When he was killed everything was changed.
The crooked men got their way and the South
was treated awful. White people had to salute
black people on the street. Whisky sellers came
and sold liquor to blacks who excited about no
longer having a curfew would roam the
countryside hurting men, women, and children.
The people suffered horribly. Most people never
owned slaves. And some blacks even owned
slaves. But the ex‑slaves didn't care. They were
hungry for power.
They kept getting away with rape, murder,
robbery, and drunkeness because those who
wanted to take advantage of the South for profit
knew it would be easier if all the white people
were spending all their time fighting for their
lives. Troops of armed men working for the
crooked politicians would not allow the white
people to defend themselves.
Six men who had once been Confederate soldiers
decided to start a club. It would be a secret club,
with secret code words, and neat costumes. The
club was around for several months and they
would meet in different places. It was very
dangerous though. Bands of violent negroes
traveled around at night terrorizing families.
One night when the club was meeting they
accidentally came across an outlaw band of
negroes. But, this time instead of the white
people getting murdered, the negroes ran away
screaming. They thought the men in their
costumes were the ghosts of dead soldiers who
had died in the Civil war just a couple of years
Soon a new idea caught on. These deeply
religious men felt God had given them a great gift
in disguise ‑ a peaceful way to defend
themselves. The plan worked. Moms, Grandmas,
Aunts and sisters made the flowing white robes
for their husbands, sons, fathers, or brothers.
The men would ride through the countryside at
night. Where the negroes would see them they
would immediately run home and stop looting,
stealing, raping, or murdering. Soon thousands
upon thousands of people joined the Ku Klux
Klan. After a few years the white people were
free again. The negroes began respecting law and
order once again. When the white people in the
South refused to give up God blessed them and
the crooked politicians sent the federal armies
home. With no one to protect them and allow
them to continue breaking the law, the negroes
regained respect for law and order. Times were
good once again.
At other times in history, there have been
occasions when white Christians needed to unite
together for an important cause. They have
turned to the Ku Klux Klan.
Today the KKK still stands for the unity of all
white Christians. We don't hate other people.
We just are watching out for our white brothers
and sisters. Just like other groups watch out for
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