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The history and future of the kkk After the cannon fell silent and peace descended upon the battlefields of the War Between the States there came an infamous chapter of American History called The Reconstruction From this era this abyss of human misery and despair there arose like the morning sun the Ku Klux Klan The Klan was one of several similar groups which arose within the former Confederacy as a result of the tyranny of the Federal troop occupation The KKK movement provided for the people of the south the leadership and rallying point to begin their arduous struggle to regain their lost dignity and indeed the values of Western Civilization Nathan Bedford Forrest Grand Wizard of the First Era The glorious ride of the Ku Klux Klan of Reconstruction is immortalized by its achievements and reputation for victory No misrepresentations by prejudiced historians or by the aliens who control Americas mass media can dim the lustre of its deeds or rob it of its rightful place in history as the savior of the White south and thereby the preserver of the purity of the White race for all of America This period is known as the First Era The Knights of the Ku Klux Klan keeps alive the memory of the original Klansmen and the principles and traditions for which they risked their lives We also respect the Klan Movement of the 1920s which is known as the Second Era This is when the Klan reached its political zenith all across the United States However the Klan today should not exist just as a memorial to past accomplishments but as a living instrument for the ideals of Western Christian Civilization and the one element that makes them possible the White race Not a mere political association or political party the Klan is indeed a brotherhood and a new White racial community that lives and functions by the ideals
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