KKK National Director Offers to Pay Expenses to Move Nathan Bedford Forrest Monument and Remains to Church Near Harrison, Arkansas
National Director of The Knights Party, Pastor Thomas Robb announced Wednesday that he would be requesting the transfer of the Nathan Bedford Forrest Monument at Health Sciences Park to his care to be placed at the Christian Revival Center at Harrison, Arkansas. Pastor Robb, also noted that while the remains of Forrest and his wife will be moved to their original burial ground, there is fear that the grave will remain unsecure and under constant threat of desecration. Therefore, Pastor Robb is requesting that the remains be placed at the Christian Revival Center church where they will be undisturbed. Request will be made to Forrest Family spokesperson Lee Miller via the Robb Law Firm of Harrison, Arkansas.
Nathan Bedford Forrest, while condemned by many for his involvement with the Ku Klux Klan, was a noble Christian man who sought healing for the Southern states. He was involved with the Klan not because it was a violent organization, but rather it brought security and order during a chaotic time, for both black and white. He was loved by all.
Forrest disbanded the original Klan when unscrupulous men, not associated, but under the guise of the Klan name, committed violent acts. Likewise, The Knights Party, continues the spirit of the original Klan to uphold the moral and civic ideals of those early Klansmen.
“According to the 2004 FBI National Crime Victimization Survey, in most instances of interracial crimes, the victim is white and the perpetrator is black. In the case of interracial murder for 2004, where the race of victim and perpetrator is known, more than twice as many whites were murdered by a black than cases of a white murdering a black. The failure of civil rights leaders, people like Jackson and Sharpton, as well as politicians to vocally condemn black-on-white crime — and the relative silence of the news media in reporting it — is not simply a matter of double standards. It’s dangerous, for it contributes to a pile of racial kindling awaiting a racial arsonist to set it ablaze… “
Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at George Mason University.
The Huffington Post ran an article (June 18th) shortly after the senseless shooting in Charleston, South Carolina noting that men and women around the country who are aligned with the white resistance wanted to “distance themselves” from the barbarous act. And it is for good reason.
We represent thousands of good, loving, decent, men and women, and families, who find the murders of innocent people, in a church no less, to be unjustified and morally reprehensible! The actions of Dylan Roof are to be condemned by every liberty loving American. He receives no sympathies here.
Will the media be courageous enough to report this denouncement or will their silence show a hidden agenda? Small and notorious factions of any political or religious ideology who make outrageous claims that serve the program of their perceived enemy are not credible. Should the national media label the Democratic Party as a violence prone organization because the Weathermen Underground comprised of members of the Democratic Student Union bombed government buildings and police agencies throughout the nation in the mid-seventies. No serious minded person would jump to such conclusions. Yet, anyone who voices a concern for traditional Christian values and couples that with a regard for the security of white families and children is immediately labeled, “racist, bigot, monster!” It is illogical…Rachel Pendergraft, Nat’l Organizer…Knights Party
This satanic act will be used to promote white guilt. Masses of white people will be manipulated by the media into thinking white people are going around the country shooting down black people. This is done so white people will be afraid to identify with groups who embrace a love for our people. You can love your people without hating others.
White people are used as a scapegoat for the problems within the black community. As Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke, known for his strong support of the 2nd Amendment and tough stance toward crime, pointed out on the O’Reilly Factor, while he doesn’t claim to speak for all blacks, he believes there is more to fear from other blacks than from so-called hate groups. Claiming there are hate groups going around the country targeting non-whites is demagogy.
Also consider, as horrible as this was, there are millions of white people who this very night cannot walk safely down the streets of Memphis, Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Kansas City, Philadelphia, Nashville, Pittsburg, Cleveland and many other cities of America. Millions of white people have had to flee the cities of their birth and can no longer walk down the streets of their childhood.
The Knights Party is a legally recognized organization with a long track record of non-violence. Neither do we promote, suggest, or praise violence. As stated by a special D.C. arbitrator in the case of Henderson v. Nebraska (in the issue of a police officer) “The record shows no act of violence or criminal activity even alleged let alone proved against the group the grievant joined, The Knights Party.”
An underlying problem in America is the lack of law and order and civilized behavior. Whether it is the national media’s incessant lynching of law enforcement, or the implications put out by groups like #blacklivesmatter or race baiters such as Tim Wise, that all white people live a privileged life, white people, young and old, are held responsible for the sins of society and law enforcement is seen as their whipping boy.
Law and order must be upheld again in America. Taking the lives of innocent people will always be held in contempt and remains contrary to the vision of our the founding fathers and mothers of this dear republic; a vision we hold in high regard.
ADELAIDE, Australia, June 19, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) — A South Australian community is in uproar after Adelaide’s City of Marion local area council voted 6-5 to permanently fly the homosexual movement’s rainbow flag. The flag had previously been flown periodically in conjunction with the Adelaide homosexual Feast Festival.
Bruce Hull is one of the councillors who had voted in favour of flying the flag permanently. A decade ago he had experienced a similar furore when he voted to have the Aboriginal flag flown and views the rainbow flag as much the same process. He sees the flag as “a very important token gesture to acknowledge that we have diversity in our community with regards to their sexual orientation.”
Hull is resolute that the gay community needs to be acknowledged in the face of a lack of acceptance and understanding. “We need to mature as a society and just be fair and reasonable,” he said.
He can see that the issue is going to cost him personally and he has already had disagreements with friends over it, but is prepared to keep his stand on the issue. “If they feel strongly enough they can vote me out at the next election.”
ST. LOUIS, MO, June 19, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) — If the US Supreme Court decides to redefine marriage in the next couple weeks it will not stop the nation’s bishops from proclaiming the truth, says the archbishop serving as point man on the issue.
“Regardless of what happens at the end of this month, nothing the court says can change what marriage truly is and we will continue to promote and defend it,” said San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, chairman for the USCCB Subcommittee for the Promotion and Defense of Marriage.
The archbishop quoted Russian novelist Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn to illustrate the point for his fellow bishops at their Spring Assembly earlier this month in St. Louis.
“Let the lie come into the world, let it even triumph. But not through me,” said Archbishop Cordileone. “The simple step of a courageous individual is not to take part in the lie.”
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Is a Sikh’s request for special accommodation an issue of religious freedom – or military effectiveness?
Iknoor Singh, 20, who will be a junior next fall at Hofstra University on Long Island, wanted to enter the school’s Reserve Officers Training Corps program. After a lawsuit, U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson issued a ruling saying adherence to Singh’s religious beliefs wouldn’t diminish his ability to serve in the ROTC unit.
Sikhism requires its male followers to wear a turban and beard and keep their hair uncut. Adherents can seek waivers on a case-by-case basis to wear religious clothing. Approval depends on where the service member is stationed and whether the change would affect military readiness or the mission.
A new yogurt commercial that markets much more than yogurt is drawing attention and causing controversy.
The Chobani yogurt ad features two nude women in bed covered only in a sheet. Monica Cole, director of American Family Association’s OneMillionMoms.com, says the ad crosses the line.
“They’re pushing the envelope here by glorifying sexual perversion,” she contends.
The commercial, she adds, features the line, “To love this life is to live it naturally.”
“Chobani’s newest ad is supporting same-sex marriage, because the two women are wearing matching wedding bands,” Cole asserts.
But she has another concern.
“We know it’s being aired during ‘Full House’ on Nickelodeon — a children’s network — also on TLC during a family-friendly program, ‘The Willis Family,’ which is about a Christian family, a large family that has wholesome values,” Cole reports. “This Chobani commercial is anything but wholesome.”
OneMillionMoms.com has launched a campaign urging Chobani to pull the commercial and remain neutral in the culture war.
An Oregon school district is paying $100,000 per year to convince white teachers they’re racist. Instead of giving hardworking teachers a bonus or even hazard pay for the litany of abuse they put up with, they are getting treated to a week-long seminar.
Students and administrators at the Gresham-Barlow school district must take the “Coaching for Educational Equity” training conference where they are provided materials that tell them in order to be “anti-racist.” Teachers are told that they should come to the following conclusions.
“All white people are racist. I am a racist.”
“Despite my best intentions I will still act out of racism and people of color may have reason to be angry with me.”
It’s more of the White Privilege movement sweeping the country. The seminar points out things about white culture that are interpreted as American, but are outside of the realm of black culture, therefore American culture is unfair. White or American culture stresses independence and “working hard for personal gain” whereas black culture is collectivist or socialist.
Instead of emphasizing that just maybe America rose to greatness because of the white culture and people who created it, they now want to dismantle America and its designers because it doesn’t fit with the inherent concepts of non-whites. And they will spend whatever it takes to make every white person feel guilty for the accomplishments of their ancestors.