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  • #7
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    KKK has the right to hate. Westboro Baptists have the right to hate. Black Panthers have the right to hate. Unions have the right to hate.

    I have the right to ignore all these hateful asshats.
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    Exception...they can hate all they wish, but they must be damned careful how they project that hate...and how they demonstrate that hate. All these groups have the right to march in the street as long as they have the proper permit from local officials.
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    ""Obviously, being an African-American man, it's something I wish I didn't have to do," he explained. "But I took an oath to serve and protect, and I did not take an oath that I would protect certain groups of people.""
    This man is amazing. A true picture of what law enforcement should be and represent. Good job sir. I salute you.

    "And while the damage inflicted on the city in that march was mostly taken up by anti-KKK protesters, not the KKK itself, it matters little from a crowd control perspective."
    Heh. They are racist asshats, but they are respectful racist asshats.
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    Of course it's the right to march. they are no more of a threat to anyone then the New Black Panther movement .

    it's just a shame that they couldn't get both groups to march on the same day that would be a parade worth going to

    :-€
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    I would think that if the Black Panthers can stand outside and in attempts of intimidation of voters, then I guess the KKK can march.
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    I agree! The modern day KKK has nothing to do with the civil war, as the original KKK only lasted a few years and just to fight Reconstruction's punishing rules on the south. They never even burned a cross in the original Klan, that started with a Methodist minister in the 1900s when the more modern Klan was started and simply took the name and robes from the original one.
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    Yeah, it's their right to be racist just like it's the Black Panthers' right. Racism in itself is not a crime...The Black Panthers' voter intimidation didn't cause riots though, and their behavior was actually criminal, so opposition to the KKK's marching ought to be able to control themselves.
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    If they are going to allow Liberals to spew their hate and bigotry against Bible believing Christians, then you must allow all bigots to be just as hateful and bigoted.
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    KKK day's are thankfully OVER. In Obamaland, LA RAZA UNIDA is the new KKK.
    "Everything for the Race" is the English translation.
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    @Denizen_Kate La Raza means "the people". Mexican people. Not Latino people, not Hispanic people, not mixed race people but THE PEOPLE. Mexican superiority and I reject them just as much as I reject the KKK. Splitting hairs.
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    It they are getting ready to "March" ----Just how in the hell can you say that their "days are over"?!?!
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    @jessejaymes and to think we have some of those folks openly in gov and even the supreme court .
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    @Denizen_Kate My bad. A Mexican friend of mine gave me the "Everything for the Race" translation .........maybe things are different in broken, bankruput, illegal and gang infested Mexifornia than back in the proud American States.
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    The price of freedom + these racist a-holes = the costs we must pay. The moment anyone decides what freedom we must speak, we have lost the freedom! It does make me wonder, why the hood boys......skeetered a little to show your face?
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    @PoliticalSpice I look at it like this. If the constitution protects scum like that it will protect us too.
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    @NTBFW I know the theory, heard it throughout the 70's, but you, cops and FBI still murdered and framed the black panthers, targeted the left and
    harassed and targeted the underground press. They always say we must defend the right to defend all our rights, but they never get around to protecting the left.
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    This all started because a few wanted to change the names of historical figures now the rest of Memphis will just have to endure. To me when you hollar loud enough about racism your going to get the beast to raise it's head.
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    The KKK consists of some sick, disgusting, uneducated individuals. However, they have a right to march. It just gives us a chance to see stupidity and cowardice in parade form.
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    This flag is for HERITAGE not SLAVERY!! The KKK carries the American Flag.. Civil War IS not over slavery. I have this Confederate Flag and others flying in my yard.
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    Slavery might not have been the only thing they were fighting for, but it was a major part of it, therefore the Civil War was over slavery. It'd make more sense to say the Civil War was not all over slavery, unless you truly believe slavery played no part in the Civil War.
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    @Libertyiskey it didnt until Lincoln was losing the War. It was over Land and Taxes which we still fight over today.
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    @Shanna The VP of the CSA and even Jefferson Davis himself would disagree with you. In their statements and speeches they talked about the slaves being an inferior race and the constitution not applying to them and the founders being mistaken for saying all men being created equal. http://www.ucs.louisiana.edu/~ras2777/amgov/s... There's Alexander Stephens Cornerstone speech in it which he says all which is said above.

    The Constitution of the United States, in its fourth Article, provides as follows: "No person held to service or labor in one State, under the laws thereof, escaping into another, shall, in consequence of any law or regulation therein, be discharged from such service or labor, but shall be delivered up, on claim of the party to whom such service or labor may be due." [editor's note: this is the Fugitive Slave Clause in the original Constitution whereby the North promised to return escaped slaves to their "owners" in the South]
    This is part of South Carolinas Declaration of Causes of Secession. http://www.ucs.louisiana.edu/~ras2777/amgov/s...

    "As soon, how ever, as the Northern States that prohibited African slavery within their limits had reached a number sufficient to give their representation a controlling voice in the Congress, a persistent and organized system of hostile measures against the rights of the owners of slaves in the Southern States was inaugurated and gradually extended. A continuous series of measures was devised and prosecuted for the purpose of rendering insecure the tenure of property in slaves."
    This is a quote from Jefferson Davis himself. He goes on to describe those northerners who tried to help slaves escape as "Fanatical groups."
    http://www.ucs.louisiana.edu/~ras2777/amgov/d...
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    It is their right and every so often it's a good then that they come out of the shadows to march and make fools of themselves and let the putlic know they still exist and are still as ignorant as they always were. Now if we could just get the fem nazis to do the same thing.
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    @MontanaJD You know they are very liftle different in cause theory. Both think they are absolutely right on every subject regardless of how the rest of America feels about it and both would gladly subject the rest of America to their views even if they're the only one in the nation who thinks it. They're both dangerous people because neither gives a damn about anyone or anything except THE CAUSE
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    @milton What are you talking about? White trash supremacists wear hoods and stupid robes. Fem nazis wear birkenstocks and defend being 100lbs obese. Everyone has their "uniform".
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    This is their southern heritage. They just refuse to own up to it. To this day many of them insist that the civil war wasn't about slavery.
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    The KKK does come from Confederates that couldn't deal with the results of the war. Hell, most of the leadership were Confederate leadership. I guess that's the tie to "Southern Heritage"?
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    Nope. Not southern heritage, but Democrat heritage. The KKK was initially founded as the enforcement arm of the Democrat Party, and was active in northern, southern, and western states.
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    The modern KKK started during the civil rights era, and the previous "middle klan" started by protestants in the 1920s, which was the largest at around 20,000,000 members, are nothing like the Original KKK that only existed during Reconstruction for a few years. It's a shame the skinheads and cross burners took the name of the KKK and distorted it.
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    The ORIGINAL beginnings for the KKK are the spanish american war with the katipunan KKK flag--that's where they got the flag--- They were against the Asian judiac's and their wannabe racketeering in the United States-- I'm sure "branches" have formed but that's the original beginning. The 10 lost tribes racketeering groups--including the Igbo nigerians are a parasitic "cowbird" entity that have evolved 4-5 generations back wannabe racketeering, their great grandfathers wannabe racketeer's , their dads wannabe racketeered etc.-- THAT'S WHAT THEY ARE, that's what they do. The 10 lost tribes are racketeering Environmental cause's like the burmese python, goldfish in lake tahoe, community college's funds of all sorts, Native American wannabe racketeering etc. That's ALL they do!!! They have absolutely nothing to do with a democratic society. The spanish american war vets that started the KKK fought for our democracy in mostly hand to hand against boobie traps in a war that took 600,000 civilians and 6,000,000 million filipinos lives. Sakay's teachings -- a filipino revolutionary , taught his followers to absorb the enemy so to speak with wannabe tactics -- they use "est" training and have many racial cross's. etc.
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    @tissot77 read about the "bells of balagiga" !!!!! I bet they got the bells back with barack in the white housel
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    @Concerned_Cit don't I know but the "vets" with the spanish american war katipunan kkk flag did not pass on until the 1950's -- why did you mention this? The ships gun's really flattened Samar-- two giant mountains were leveled. Only the children under the height of a full grown mans knee where allowed to live. When the Americans left the kids were hunted by the islands dogs and eaten -- those ones that lived?? Became the "rabang" family and some other ones, not sure.

    http://www.ushistoryscene.com/uncategorized/b...
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    @Concerned_Cit
    the site states wrong death too numbers-- 600,000 civilians died and 6,000,000 to 10,000,000 died due to war wounds, starvation, disease caused by the war etc.
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  • #154
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    Regardless if you disagree with them or not they still have rights. Even if their message is intolerable, anyone who voted against them should reread the constitution, because there is no option in it to restrict their rights if you disagree with them. Heck if there was, you would never be allowed to speak yourselves.
  • #150
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    If blacks and hispanics can organize and march so should th KKK. It is a right to peacefull assembly. I don't agree with them but they have every right.
  • #112
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    "while the damage inflicted on the city in that march was mostly taken up by anti-KKK protesters, not the KKK itself..."

    I wonder who's worse: the idiots in the white sheets, or the idiots who throw bricks through their own windows? You know it's a bad sign when you're making the KKK look civilized.
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