KKK Partners With The Democrat Party

Discussion in 'Politics' started by bugscoe, Oct 25, 2011.

    Posted on October 25, 2011 at 11:07am by Mike Opelka

    The 99% have a another new voice.

    Former Louisiana Congressman, former Grand Wizard of the KKK, and unabashed anti-Semite David Duke has joined the fight.

    Mr. Duke dreams of a very different country than most of us desire. Among his twisted desires, he wants segregation brought back to America:
    If you don’t know much about Duke and his philosophies, we could summarize his life and beliefs, but his own words will do this much better. Watch as he goes off on the “Zionist globalism,” New York, and spews all sorts of anti-Semitism:

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  2. Duke the anti-semite needs to be taken out by our allies, Mossad.
  3. Max E.

    Max E.

    You mean the same KKK who is against the Tea Party? Whoops there goes that talking point for the Democrats.

    A clear sign that perhaps you've gone off the deep end? When even the Ku Klux Klan tries to distance itself from your actions.

    According to some little noticed 2010 press releases on the KKK's main website, which turned up this week on Reddit, it seems as if America's most famous hate group is actually very concerned about being mistakenly lumped in with other zealots on the right, including Koran-burning churches, the Westboro Baptists, and the Tea Party.

    In one statement from August 2010, the Klan had this (shockingly reasonable thing) to say about Terry Jones, the Florida pastor whose Koran burning set off a massacre at a U.N. building in Afghanistan in early April this year:

    There are without doubt Islamic sects that teach extreme views of Islam but, going down to their level of hatred by burning their books is a dangerous and ignorant way to confront their teachings. The flames made by such unholy fires never die out! The Ku Klux Klan, LLC. opposes this most un-American thinking and activity.

    The Klan also says it "absolutely repudiates" the Westboro Baptist Church's practice of protesting at American soldiers' funerals, and, maybe most surprisingly, it says it's no fan of the Tea Party.

    "Our Associates, members and supporters are here officially ordered: NOT to attend Tea Party events or support them in ANY way," writes the Klan. "The Tea Party does not represent any but a shallow limited political agenda, which fails to serve our Nations interests.
  4. jem


    As you know, KKK has always been a wing of the Democrats. When the Democrat leaders needed something questionable to happen behind closed doors they called on their union hoods or put on their own hoods and went into action.
  5. Ricter


    As you know, the labels may change but the type of person who dislikes or fears minorities does not.
  6. jem


    that is correct and virtually all republicans with jobs and businesses do not care about the color of ones skins... we would like to be the managers and owners who exploit others labor equally and fairly so we can make a profit... just like you.
  7. Ricter


    You're probably correct. I may take the example of our resident racists, who also are republicans, as an invalid representation of all republicans.
  8. Max E.

    Max E.

    Can you please give me your list of "resident republicans" whoa are racist? i want to know.

    I am being dead serious.... PM me the list if you dont want to post it here, i promise i wont say anything, reason i want to hear it from you, is because youare always atleast honest in your opinion even if im not on the same side alot.

    just want an honest opinion on who is racist and why, not based on politics, because i keep hearing these arguments that lump republicans on this site as racist, so i just want to know who you consider racist, i swear on my mothers life i will not mention anything about what you say if you PM me your list, with a reason behind every person.
  9. Maverick74


    I want this list too. Maybe this is one of those things were you have to send in a self addressed envelope with a $1.99 to get the list. Either way, I would love to get my hands on Ricter's black book of ET racists. :)
  10. Max E.

    Max E.

    <s>Schindlers</s> Ricter's list is not a toy, i will guard it with my life. :D

    #10     Oct 25, 2011