In the 50’s and 60’s you could see burning crosses surrounded by the “noble white knights” of the KKK as they perverted both the American flag and the Confederate Battle Jack at their “racial purity rallies”. But over the next 35 years, that evil all but faded from American life, as we grew up and tried to leave racial prejudice behind us. Sure there were losers that still believed they were better than everyone else, but as time marched on they were dying off and their numbers became less and less.
But now, thanks to the efforts of the Obama administration to divide the nation over race the last 8 years, it seems a lot of the old hate has returned and with it, the Ku Klux Klan. Just this week, fliers have been circulating around an upstate New York town which advertise a Ku Klux Klan rally. But it appears the hate group is attempting to change its image by using a new name.
Police say the fliers are signed as being from the “Kool Kids Klub” and are packaged in small plastic bags weighted with cat litter. No jokes please. The bags were all found laying in driveways of homes in the town of Northville, New York and local police have asked for the public’s help in locating the people responsible for their distribution.
An image of the bags and fliers was posted on the Facebook page of the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office along with the request for help in identifying those responsible for the materials. A spokesperson for the department said the informational pamphlets advertise a “Klan Rally” in Charlottesville, Va., this July. The pamphlets warned the readers to “Stop the cultural genocide of white people.” The went on to declare “The Kool Kids Klub wants you!”
Sources said the Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan in Virginia had requested a permit to rally July 8th to protest a recent decision of the City Council remove and sanitize history by removing a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from a local park, according to a The Daily Progress. An act that borders on something that you would expect from the Taliba or ISIS. Our people must learn that History cannot be changed or eradicated by removing symbols of certain aspects of it.
General Lee was an Honerable man that despite his personal feelings on the subject of slavery, believed that it was his duty to defend his home, friends, family and way of life from a federal government gone wild with power. Lee himself owned no slaves and the slaves his wife inherited were taught to read and write and enjoyed a good if modest living.
These fliers were just the latest ones discovered in a month after similar KKK fliers were found in a Texas City neighborhood over Memorial Day weekend. Those fliers, combined with pieces of candy, came complete with the message, “Join the best or die like the rest.”
This is the latest in a number of incidents in what is seen as a new recruitment drive for the 150-year-old Democrat founded hate group. This past February, residents in nearby Fort Plain, NY also reportedly found Valentines-themed Klan fliers imploring white people to “love their own race.”