Saturday, March 22, 2014

Virginia KKK Leader: ‘We Don’t Hate People Because of Their Race’

"We are good fearing Christians"
This story fell into my lap by way of randomly perusing (big shout-out to Arianna):

The KKK:

"We are not a hate group, we are a Christian organization."

In their own words:

The leader of the Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan is tired of “a few rogue Klansmen” ruining the group’s reputation, and argues that the group is a non-violent Christian organization.

“We don’t hate people because of their race, I mean, we’re a Christian organization,” Frank Ancona, the group's Imperial Wizard, told Virginia's NBC 12 on Thursday. "Because of the acts of a few rogue Klansmen, all Klansmen are supposed to be murderers, and wanting to lynch black people, and we're supposed to be terrorists. That's a complete falsehood.”  source

Are you kidding me?

Terrorism is what terrorist do. Please tell me, what true blue Christian needs to hide behind sheets?

Does dude think we are deaf, dumb and blind with total ignorance of American history. KKK members:  peace loving, turn the other cheek Jesus lovers?  Which biblical chapter states: Thou shall lynch thy brother from a tree.

They are the antithesis of the teachings of Jesus Christ.

Furthermore, no amount of revisionism can sanitize the inglorious reign of terror by these thugs. The very lure of the KKK: to join other sociopathic racist and violently vent against non-whites and pledge to fulfill a confederate manifesto.

Billy Bob signs up so he can spout rage about niggers, kikes, illegal wet-backs and fags -- not exactly Christian vocabulary.

There is no divorcing from their cowardly and violent acts: The physical and emotional scars from cross burnings, church bombings, lynching, torture, bus burnings, assassinations, house fire bombings have not come close to healing.

And to put the icing on the cake, dude -- very unchristian like -- explains their mission: Inspiring and maintaining white supremacy. Lastly, dude comments, with a hint of pride, that since the 2008 election they have experience a spike in membership.

"In the last 6 years that I've been president of this organization I've seen the numbers probably triple," said Ancona.  source

I suspect this spike is from the election of a Muslim, anti-American, socialist, gun hating, subhuman, as POTUS.  


  1. Even if these assholes have bigger dreams and aspirations for a peace-loving, race-be-damned Klan, here's a little idea to float by prospective members: DON'T JOIN THE KLAN!

    There are literally over 35,000 different sects within Christianity. The Bible has been interpreted, re-interpreted, translated, changed with kings and dictators, and edited around a thousand times. There are roughly two billion people on planet earth who believe in the God of the Bible in some form or fashion. Realistically speaking, there are probably over a million different groups/organizations claiming to be "Christian."

    Of them all, the KKK has historically been one of the most hateful, violent organizations in modern Christianity. Like Muslims claiming Islamic terror is political, many Christians, particularly white Christians, go to tremendous lengths to disassociate the Klan from Christianity. And these morons want to fully saddle up their Jesus horse for cause?

    Just let it go, man. Let it go. Sit outside, sun your belly, have a glass of iced tea, and mumble under your breath about how much you hate those coloreds, jews and fags until you forget what you're so angry about. Just go into that dark night with a little more self respect and a little less loathing.

    You can't strip away the atrocious from the KKK. I mean, hell, the Klan hasn't even attempted any rebranding per se. Still pussies behind sheets. Still hiding behind the Bible. Still acting as if they're tapped into some higher plane of living through happenstance of being born with genetic markers that produce less melanin. Still less intelligence in any 12 random skulls than any one random educated person.

    As to the tripling of the numbers, it's not that I don't buy they would or could; it's just that I don't believe anyone from the KKK. "The south shall rise again" nonsense is what's expected to come from their lips. There are two main reasons they're not violent at large anymore:

    1) The government no longer promotes it.
    2) The government no longer protects them.

    Most violent groups like the Klan have always been followers, never leaders. When it's not promoted and/or protected from on high, it suffers. Revolutionary groups notwithstanding.