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Ku Klux Klan
Many say that the horror that Hitler and his Nazi group caused back in WWII will never happen again. Today many people act like Hitler, but there some groups that worship him. This group the KKK or Ku Klux Klan is an example of that Hitler's hate still lives in people. The KKK has been around since 1865.
The birth of the Klan was in Pulaski, Tenn., in 1865. This was formed as a social club by a group of Confederate Army veterans. Nathan Bedford Forrest who was a former Confederate General, was the Klans first leader, called the Grand Wizard. The group took its name from the Greek word kylos the meaning circle, and the English word clan.
The things the Klan stands for are: (from the KKK.com website)
The White Race - The irreplaceable hub our nation, our Christian Faith, and the high level of Western culture and technology.
America First - First before any foreign or alien influence or interest, and a foreign policy of military nonintervention.
The Constitution - As originally written and intended the finest system of government ever conceived by man, which is based on the Holy Bible and Christian Common Law.
Free Enterprise - Private property and or ownership of business, but an end to high-finance exploitation. We advocate economic nationalism and we oppose the Federal Reserve Bank and so-called "Free Trade".
Positive Christianity - The right of the American people to practice there Christian faith-including prayer in schools. Many Klan members and supporters are involved with the growing Christian Identify religion, which continues to unite the Christian Patriot Movement in the United States.
Recent things that the KKK have done are:
Klan membership rose to about 10,000 by 1980
Klan members and their supporters killed 5 anti-Klan demonstrators in Greensboro, NC.
Klan members murdered a black youth in a Mobile, Alabama in 1981
Klan members also continue the traditional cross burnings to prove their points.
As you can see the Hitler hate groups are just like the KKK. By these actions, the way
Hitler can rise again, if we dont stop them these groups and if they get too powerful we might just
have another Holocaust. This is a serious problem for the world and if we dont do anything we
might have another World War, and we dont want that do we?
World Book. 1997. "Ku Klux Klan." World Book Multimedia Encyclopedia
Internet. www.kkk.com. "The things the Klan stands for." 1999.
Internet. www.k-k-k.com. "history of the Klan." 1999.
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