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The big responsibility of cleansing the United States of people that are different different being anyone who is not a white Aryan Christian has been placed upon the Ku Klux Klan The Ku Klux Klan KKK takes it upon themselves to take part in ethnic cleansing The KKK will not speak out and come to agreements on peaceful terms Instead they feel they must wreak havoc and carnage to those who they feel need it The Ku Klux Klan began almost accidentally during the reconstruction period after the Civil War in the South The southern people had suffered greatly from the effects of the war Many of which had lost their homes plantations loved ones and whatever possessions they might have had These people needed to escape from the troubles of everyday life and take matters into their own hands and fix the problems They needed to teach lessons to the Republicans and people from the north trying to take over their way of life commonly called carpet baggers They needed to teach the Negroes who their master was and who their master would always be by using whatever means necessary to make sure their point of view was completely understoodIn 1865 six men from a small town in Tennessee decided to make a club to help release the stresses of the times The men were really poor and could not afford to make gowns or great costumes for the group so they decided to use linens They wore the linens over their backs and put pillowcases on their heads They also draped the linens over their horses The Ku Klux Klan was ready to ride for the first time In the beginning the men wanted to do nothing more than play pranks on people to put fear into those who fear needed to be brought to specifically the infesting African American population and carpetbaggers They felt as though the South had turned into
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