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Tuesday, June 21, 2005


Susan Klopfer

History Repetitious?

Sovereignty Commission Online: "SCR ID # 6-37-0-12-1-1-1 "

Deja Vu All Over Again ..

Back in 1967 at the trial of those "peaceful" guys who murdered SC&G, reporter W. F. Minor of the Times-Picayune in New Orleans commented that Sam Bowers' attorneys found themselves in the position of having to defend the Klan as a "Christian group" and Bowers "as a man of peace and nonviolence."

Now I just wonder where Philadelphia's former mayor last week came up with his characterization of those "good ol' boys"?

Do you suppose he flips through old Sovereignty Commission files while he's fishin'?

Susan Klopfer

Then I ran into this: Bill Minor's Sunday in-depth feature on the "Christian Militant organization" dba White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan."As Christians, we are disposed to kindness, generosity, affection and humility in our dealings with others." "As militants, we are disposed to the use of physical force against our enemies," (asserts the "bible" of the white Knights).

"For security, WKKKK document each local unit must maintain a squad of at least eight well-armed men, each man with a minimum of 50 rounds of ammunition."

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Holy &*^%! Sort of leaves me thinking that the only people who would recognize the WKKKK as "peaceful" would have some inside knowledge that the rest of us have failed to recognize.

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