• 00:01

    Jews and their Involvement in the Ku Klux Klan

    in Politics

    "By the Klan's moral framework, all whites are categorically superior to all Blacks in every way; hence its fanatical commitment to maintaining a social, political, and economic power structure that reflects that belief. The Klan's savage tactical handiwork is well known; their most depraved acts fall under the heading of "lynching." Mobs of Caucasian males hunt down innocent Black men, women, and children and commit sadistic acts of ritual torture, including sexual mutilations, whippings, burnings alive, decapitations, flesh and eye gougings, amputations, bone crushings, point-blank shootings, stabbings, tree, bridge, or lamppost hangings, and horse or vehicle rope-draggings -- all culminating in their scavenging for souvenirs amid the desecrated, dismembered or scorched remains of the Black victims. It is usually stated as fact that the Klan was historically "against Blacks, Jews, and Catholics," when in fact the KKK had many Jewish members, sympathizers, and supporters.


    As whites, Jews were an accepted and important part of Southern society and thus were NEVER targets of Nathan Bedford Forrest's original Ku Klux Klan. From early on, Jews enjoyed a specific and unchallenged niche in the slave-based economy. In fact, Jews, like all true-blue Southern whites, understood and believed that without an organized, deliberate campaign of terroristic violence, Blacks would quickly advance from downtrodden plantation laborer to independent commercial competitor, marketing their own labor and produce free from the management or agency of whites. The post-slavery rise of at least sixty all-Black towns attested to the Black desire for independence and self-development. Centuries of slavery had not crushed this yearning." The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, Volume 2 - Jews Lynching, and the Ku Klux Klan.


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  • 00:29

    Jews and the Ku Klux Klan

    in Politics

    "By the Klan's moral framework, all whites are categorically superior to all Blacks in every way; hence its fanatical commitment to maintaining a social, political, and economic power structure that reflects that belief.


    The Klan's savage tactical handiwork is well known; their most depraved acts fall under the heading of "lynching." Mobs of Caucasian males hunt down innocent Black men, women, and children and commit sadistic acts of ritual torture, including sexual mutilations, whippings, burnings alive, decapitations, flesh and eye gougings, amputations, bone crushings, point-blank shootings, stabbings, tree, bridge, or lamppost hangings, and horse or vehicle rope-draggings -- all culminating in their scavenging for souvenirs amid the desecrated, dismembered or scorched remains of the Black victims.


    It is usually stated as fact that the Klan was historically "against Blacks, Jews, and Catholics," when in fact the KKK had many Jewish members, sympathizers, and supporters.


    As whites, Jews were an accepted and important part of Southern society and thus were NEVER targets of Nathan Bedford Forrest's original Ku Klux Klan. From early on, Jews enjoyed a specific and unchallenged niche in the slave-based economy. In fact, Jews, like all true-blue Southern whites, understood and believed that without an organized, deliberate campaign of terroristic violence, Blacks would quickly advance from downtrodden plantation laborer to independent commercial competitor, marketing their own labor and produce free from the management or agency of whites. The post-slavery rise of at least sixty all-Black towns attested to the Black desire for independence and self-development. Centuries of slavery had not crushed this yearning." The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, Volume 2 - Jews Lynching, and the Ku Klux Klan.


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  • 01:00

    Stumble Inn Radio: The Ku Klux Klan: A Continued Study in American Politics

    in Culture

    The Ku Klux Klan, Provincialism, The Honey War, Nationalism versus Regionalism.

  • 02:00

    The Ku Klux Klan Come Center Stage

    in Radio

    This was one very interesting show. We discussed what is the Klans agenda these days. We rarely see them at public rallies anymore, but we understand they definitely still exist. They contend they are taking their fight to the courthouse, and are more interested in creating voting blocks across the country than burning crosses in black peoples yards. My guests were Travis Pierce the current national membership director of the Ku Klux Klan LLC as well as an ex-imperial wizard for the KKK, now turned ordained minister Rev. Johnny Clary. Also with us was Bob Lydia the VP of TX State Conference of Branches of the NAACP.

  • 01:41

    The 5 U.S. Presidents Who Were Members of the Ku Klux Klan

    in Culture

    TONIGHT: Listen to The African History Network Show Wednesday, Sept. 17th, 8:00pm-10:00pm EST with host Michael Imhotep. 1)  Did you know that there were at least 5 Presidents of the United States who were members of the Ku Klux Klan?  We’ll deal with the history and more.  2)  We’ll do an update on the Michael Brown Murder Case.  3) We acknowledge some historical events that took place this date in African American History.  Call in with your questions at (914) 338-1375.
     


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  • 01:12

    Black Panthers & Ku Klux Klan

    in Entertainment

    Blacks were discriminated against and lynched years ago in this country. Whites had all the priveledge. So the Civil Rights Act of 1964 gave blacks their rights. It was suppose to be a good thing. But what happened is that the crime and rape rate went up. The black-on-white crime soared. So this Civil Rights Act really opened a can of worms. I believe the white and black race cannot co-exist together. Because one race will always suffer. Because if whites rule then its blacks that are oppressed and discrimated against. So then if we abolish those type of things it will then be the whites who will suffer. Because crime on whites will now go up, jobs will be given to minorities over white men. They will make the tests easier for blacks. Its a screwed up cycle and it has been since day one. Whites and blacks will never live in total fairness together. There will never be a harmonius balance between whites and blacks simply because someone will always suffer. There will always be racial tension.

  • 00:32

    The KKK is not feared by conscious Moors; this was intended for blacks/coloreds

    in Social Networking

    A lack of knowledge of the purpose and origin of the Ku Klux Klan by negros and blacks have traditionally allowed U.S. of A [private for profit corporation] officials to appear naive and feign [pretend] disassociation to the Ku klux Klan Order. The mutual relationship of the Union States [colonies] and the K.K.K. order is as sound as; and natural as water is being wet.


    Non-objective and angry truths mixed with frustration and inaccurate rhetorc from subjugated black/negro (branded Moors) communties, blinds them to the fact that they are not and cannot be citzens of the Unon States Society.


    - Moors Order of the Round Table -

  • 03:55

    BURUNDI NEWS: ESE MANDAT ZA PRESIDENT PIERRE NKURUNZIZA ZABA ZARUBAHIRIJWE ?

    in Politics Progressive

    BURUNDI NEWS: ESE MANDAT ZA PRESIDENT PIERRE NKURUNZIZA ZABA ZURUBAHIRIJWE ?


    Pascal Nyabenda, yamenyesheje kandi ko mu mugambwe CNDD FDD batangajwe n'urwandiko bamwe mu bari muri uwo mugambwe bandikiye umukuru w'igihugu bamutegegeka kudasubira kwitoza mu kibanza c'umukuru w'igihugu.


    Avuga ko bazi neza ko mu mugambwe CNDD FDD ata wufata ingingo ku giti ciwe, ahubwo ari ikoraniro kaminuza ryonyene ry'umugambwe ryerekana uwo uwo mugambwe ushira imbere nico abanyagihugu bipfuza ko coshirwa imbere ariko k'ivyo vyose bavyirenganijhe.


    Pascal Nyabenda aremeza ko abo banditse urwo rwandiko ibwirizwa nshingiro ry'Uburundi ribaha uburenganzira bwo gushikiriza iryo bagona ariko ko mu mugambwe CNDD bifise inzira bicamwo.

  • 03:25

    FPR NA KAGAME BARASHUKA ABANYARWANDA KO BAFITE URUFUNGUZO RW'ITEGEKO NSHINGA

    in Politics Progressive

    HOST: Serge Ndayizeye


    Topic: FPR NA KAGAME BARASHUKA ABANYARWANDA KO BAFITE URUFUNGUZO RW'ITEGEKO NSHINGA INGINGO 101 


    Ingingo ya 101 Perezida wa Repubulika atorerwa manda y’imyaka irindwi. Ashobora kongera gutorwa inshuro imwe. Nta na rimwe umuntu yemererwa gutorerwa manda zirenze ebyiri ku mwanya wa Perezida wa Repubulika.


    IBYEREKEYE IVUGURURWA RY’ITEGEKO NSHINGA


    Ingingo ya 193 Ububasha bwo gutangiza ivugurura ry’Itegeko Nshinga bufitwe na Perezida wa Repubulika bimaze kwemezwa n’Inama y’Abaminisitiri; bufitwe kandi na buri Mutwe w’Inteko Ishinga Amategeko binyuze mu itora ku bwiganze bwa bibiri bya gatatu by’amajwi y’abawugize. Ivugururwa ryemezwa ritowe ku bwiganze bwa bitatu bya kane by'amajwi y'abagize buri mutwe w'inteko. Ariko iyo iryo vugururwa ryerekeye manda ya Perezida wa Repubulika, ubutegetsi bwa demokarasi ishingiye ku bitekerezo binyuranye cyangwa ku bwoko bw'ubutegetsi buteganyijwe n'iri Tegeko Nshinga cyane cyane ku butegetsi bwa Leta bushingiye kuri Repubulika n'ubusugire bw'Igihugu, rigomba kwemezwa na referendumu, rimaze gutorwa na buri Mutwe w'Inteko Ishinga Amategeko. Nta mushinga w'ivugururwa ry'iyi ngingo ushobora kwakirwa.


     

  • 02:05

    Imbaraga z'umuhamagaro;Buri wese asobanukirwe n'impamvu y''ibimubaho mu buzima

    in The Bible

    ¨Bene data ,dukeneye kumenya impamvu tugubwaho n'ibintu bitaba ku bandi. Akenshi abantu bahamagawe ubuzima bwabo buhitana ubwabandi! Abahamagawe bahitana abantu n'ibintu. :(  iyumvire) .Ubu butumwa ni ubwo mu kwa munani 2008


    Imana iduhane umugisha!

  • 02:00

    O YE DRYBONES : SELMA 50 YEARS AND NOW WHAT?

    in Current Events

    SELMA, Ala. — It dominates the view today, as it did 50 years ago, a bridge named for a Confederate general and reputed Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan, Edmund Pettus. It would have remained just another span in a sleepy Southern river town had fate not put it at the center of an epic struggle by ordinary people who tried to march peacefully for the right to vote, something most of us took for granted.That’s certainly true for me, growing up next door in Georgia on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. Raw brutality by state troopers coming across the TV news in stark black and white was so shocking it dwells in my mind’s eye still. How could that happen in this country?Less than 10 years later, I was working for the Associated Press in Alabama alongside reporters who covered that and subsequent less hazardous marches. Later in Atlanta, I became friends with John Lewis, the man nearly beaten to death as he led the peaceful protesters. He went on to be an Atlanta City Council member, U.S. congressman and civil rights legend, the only surviving speaker from the Washington rally where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech.Over the years I have reminded Lewis, who just turned 75, one of my life’s goals is to walk across that bridge with him. Can’t make the 50th anniversary this week as President Obama will, but I did slip into Selma recently. Physically, it hasn’t changed much, just a small town with some interesting architecture nobody would know were it not for an awful incident.Excuse me,” a man said to me as he walked across the bridge. “Could you take a picture of me and my son?” He was retired military, now living in North Carolina. This was his first visit. He was born the year the march across the bridge put this place on the map. His son just graduated from college.

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