The new kkk has their white hoods off these days because, as they said on their website, they are progressive and more effective in drawing attention to their cause on behalf of the white race, or white christian americans.
Supreme Master Maverick McCain Showed Who Is Really In Charge in the Debate with Obama and did them proud.
Someone stated that they didn't understand the lack of eye contact on McCain's behalf during the debate on Friday 9-26-08.
People who hold racial and class biases, as part of an entrenched family tradition, do not believe in allowing eye contact with those who are beneath them. For instance, in many countries, when a servant is in the presence of a king, he can be killed for looking the king in the eye. Slave masters, or those who still fancy themselves as such, tend to do the same thing. This is especially true when they know their counterparts are watching them and probably yelling at the tv, "You show that N-experienced Boy, McCain Brother".
This is also part of why McCain picked a woman that he doesn't know, but who he knows will pander to him. The Supreme Master's game is to show that he is the all powerful, all knowing "supremacist" -- supreme leader and master of all men and women -- because he thinks there is still enough of his fellows left as the majority to force a win...BUT, the tide is changing, as younger generations of white Christians are rejecting and disassociating themselves from this group. The time of the supremacist rule in this nation is coming to a close...though we know they'll be fighting for Obama's entire term(s) in office and beyond.
As the debate neared an end, we could feel Obama's insult oozing through the tv as "Massa" continued to address him indirectly and refuse eye contact. Some misinterpreted Obama's defensive posture as being due to feeling intimidated by McCains experience. However, what was happening non-verbally is that Massa McCain really showed that Elite (Uppity) N-experienced Boy (Ni%%er) who is in charge. McCain probably was thinking, "How dare this 'Elite N-experienced Boy' to challenge Me/Us, The Supreme/Supremacists."
Oh yes, for those who haven't noticed during this campaign, the Massa now has code words to replace the Ni%%er word, "N-experienced" (sounds like inexperienced), and for uppity, "Elite". All of this is nothing new to people of color, women, and immigrants in America. However, many of the younger generations are oblivious and clueless due to lack of exposure and historical understanding. Also, keep in mind that "N-experience" is caused and/or exacerbated by the "Supremes" because of denying and blocking opportunities, historically. But, we won't talk about that right now.
Unfortunately, this is the way it has always been in the USA. Many people of color, both in the southern states and in the northern, still have similar experiences today regarding the subtle non-verbal treatment by those from families entrenched in these superior beliefs. And lets not forget the brazen open public displays which the media has been highlighting lately (Imus, Buchanan, et. al.). It's nothing new, but it still hurts every time, which makes Obama's offense during the debate understandable -- not based on the verbal debate, but based on the more subtle non-verbal side of the debate.
To see the purposeful media tactics of the Supremes, one only needs to read their website's overt goals at http://www.kkk.bz/ourgoal.htm. They are no longer cloaking themselves and hiding. They have a very clear mission to fulfill. John McCain did his brothers proud on Friday by helping to show forth some of those goals. Read it for yourself right here. Their media plan is laid out in plain English and in plain site of any who would want to read it on their "Goals" page. The hoods are now off with this newer ku klux klan generation. Also, they have used many names over time. Currently, some of the names used, publications, and events include: The Knights Party, The White Rights Movement, The White Racialist Movement, The White Pride Movement, The White Christian Heritage Festival, The Global Minority Report, The Torch (monthly mag for white Christian families), The Crusader newspaper, WhitePride.tv (internet tv show), and more. Their outreaches also include every segment of the family and of society from women and children, to college students, to “re-education” of police, political, and media workers. They also sell lots of items from books and t-shirts to statues of people dressed in white robes with hoods (click link to see image).
The creator and keeper of this website is Thomas Robb Ministries. The very end of the goals page says:
We must take back control of OUR U.S. government. We intend to put Klansmen and Klanswomen in office all the way from the local school board to the White House!
WHAT IS OUR GOAL ? POLITICAL POWER
(The po box, phone number and pastor name are at the very bottom of that page, as well.)
We, as Average America, must pray and trust God to help us begin to truly turn this country around and unify it. If South Africa can do it, then surely Average America can come together in unity and get this done.
This will be a long process, of course, but at least we can get started in that direction, at long last.
This divisive, biased atmosphere we have had as our foundation in the US is not working. Let's work together and build a better future for our children.
UPDATE: (based on a political discussion forum on LinkedIn.com)
Based on certain historical data and facts provided by a forum member on LinkedIn.com, I would say that discussing race and the affect of racism on the 2008 Presidential Campaign is totally relevant.
It is worth it to talk about it, though I was concerned for a minute about some of the escalating negative climate within this discussion forum.
I get that, for many whites and blacks, it is a very uncomfortable subject to discuss. I get it!
I truly do understand. However, I submit to you that ignoring racism and minimizing racial bias in any part of our nation is what got us to where we've been for the last 200+ years in America and in the world at large...with one race/group of people trying to dominate the entire world.
By the way, I also don't believe in race. It's just another divisive tool of the devil. We are the human race. Let's think, folks, and communicate with each other, with respect, and come together in unity, and turn our country around.
I don't know about you, but I don't want my kids to grow up in a world divided by skin color because I sat back and watched things happen and said nothing. I know things won't change over night, but I am making the effort to do what I can do.
So, for those of you who have said in this discussion forum that my article was divisive and/or promoting the same divisiveness that it was written about, I agree to disagree with you on that.
By the way, now that many of you have already read the article, here's a little background on me:
I grew up as one of the only black students in most of my classes from elementary school through college, at some of the best schools in America and in competition at the honors level with other kids who came primarily from wealthier European and Asian families. I have been accused of being an "Oreo" -- black outside but white inside -- by both my black and white counterparts.
That said, my personal belief is that "black" and "white" and race in general is a myth. This "race" myth was created to keep people from coming together based on their commonalities by driving them apart due to fear and ignorance about their differences.
So, at this point in my life, I proudly proclaim that I am one of the "whitest black people" that you will ever meet. I am of European, African, and Native American descent, with my ancestors having come from:
*England -- genetic testing done on my father along with historical records prove that at least one of our relatives was not a slave and was either a white or mulatto immigrant from England, who was a business owner that chose not to own slaves and to live amongst the Native Americans
*African -- paternal genetic testing has not yet led us back to our African roots, but we know it's in there somewhere; my mother's maternal grandfather was the son of a white slave owner and his black mistress; this same great grandfather was a wealthy man because his white father left him an inheritance which he invested in a large cash crops farm after his father's death; my paternal grandfather's family were poor sharecroppers in the south, and are believed to have been freed slaves, as that's the era they were in
*Native American -- paternal genetic testing has not yet led us back to our Indian roots, but my father's paternal grandmother said that she was half Indian, and she looked it and acted it; my father inherited an understanding of natural health remedies from that side of his family; my mother's family also has Indian roots, but we don't know much more than that
Within the USA, my roots can be traced back to the Carolinas and Georgia and then over to Arkansas and Oklahoma and then up to Indiana and Illinois.
So, I guess one could say that I am the ultimate American, sort of. My family is the American melting pot. I have a sister-in-law who is of German and English descent and a sister-in-law who is an Indian immigrant turned US citizen. One of my aunts is also Caucasian American, and, unfortunately, her father cut her off when she married into our family.
I truly love America and any misunderstandings about my motives for starting this discussion or any deliberate mis-characterizations of me are solely rooted and grounded in the discomfort that others feel about this topic of American racism. Because they are uncomfortable, they feel that they have to discredit this racially-charged writing, and its author, so they'll have justification for dismissing it as hog-wash.
God-forbid that this article about the kkk-McCain connection was written by a true patriotic average every day American. God-forbid it was written by a conservative Christian woman who is not a Democrat and who has been voting republican her whole adult life. (I voted for Bush both times because he claims to be born-again and because I was ignorant/uninformed and was only listening to pastors at church and on TV. I will not let this happen again...we have to stay informed to make the best decisions.)
If a real person with a real heart and a brain that is not a racist wrote this article, then we would all really have to keep thinking about this American racism problem, right?
I will be very blunt with you. The only reason that I have begun to actually pay attention to the presidential race and to speak out, this time, is because of Pat Buchanan. He made me mad about the racism. But, now I could kiss him for helping me to wake up.
God bless America. I have the same dream for her as Dr. King did, and I will continue to speak up, just as he did, for the sake of my children and grandchildren, if for nothing else.
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