KKK Then and Now

For those obsessed with identity politics, their ignorance or self-imposed amnesia of their own heritage is so profound that few honest historians dare correct the record, less they become ostracized from the towers of higher learning. The void created by this lack of integrity requires that those not attached or bound to the anti-intellectual centers of propaganda education must carry the message to others who have an open mind and a sincere desire to know the truth. While Democratic factions adopted during the reconstruction era may seem harsh to the culturally deprived, but compared to the ostentation of self-proclaimed champions for diversity, becomes pale by contrast. Their hypocrisy is not new, but the extent of their neurosis approaches clinical insanity.

The background of the Ku Klux Klan has been distorted to such a degree that the impact of Abraham Lincoln’s war is lost to most Americans. The myth that


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