Racial Hate Groups in America
The title of this writing is provocative and brings a number of mental images like the KKK, and rightfully so. In recent history the name David Duke is synonymous with KKK and for good reason. David Duke was the former leader or “Grand Wizard” of the KKK and the name recognition is there.
What many Americans do not know is that David Duke founded the National Association for the Advancement of White People (NAAWP) in 1979. After several failed runs for political office, including the presidency), David Duke narrowly defeated his opponent to win a midterm election and became a Republican state representative for Louisiana from 1989 to 1992 and he supported a bill to require welfare recipients to be tested for the use of narcotics and they had to be drug-free to receive state or federal benefits. David Duke’s single legislative accomplishment was a bill to prohibit movie producers or book publishers from compensating jurors for accounts of their court experiences.
In 2015 David Duke said he would not endorse Trump because of his support for Israel and said presidential nominee Donald Trump is the “best of the lot” because of his stance on immigration.
Even though the Trump campaign disavows Duke’s support, the press immediately picked up the rhetoric that Trump is a racist who is supported by David Duke.
Let me be clear that I do not support or approve of racial hate groups, whether it’s the Ku Klux Klan, Black Lives Matters, Muslim Brotherhood or the Congressional Black Caucus. They should each be banned and their members treated as belonging to racial hate groups.
Today members of congress who belong to the Congressional Black Caucus and are actively instigating, coordinating or supporting racial violence, rioting, looting or harm to others, including murder should be held accountable for their actions.
I find the name of the CBC and its stated purpose is not only offensive, but no different than that of the KKK. The KKK sought the elimination of non-white races, while the CBC is a racist organization claiming to root out racism in our government while espousing racist rhetoric AND racist actions.
One member of the CBC is Rep. Keith Ellison a Democrat from Minnesota has tried to downplay his association with the Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. Not only is Keith Ellison an active member of the CBC, he is in fact #2 in the DNC leadership. This may explain why the Democratic Party has caved in to the CBC, and even Republican Party members of congress are unwilling to take a stand against the CBC so as not to be labeled racist!
One former member and clear supporter of the CBC is Barack Obama with clear ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, which he embedded into critical governmental positions and agencies.
It will take American voters to change members of congress on Election Day and it will take members of congress to legislatively end of the Congressional Black Congress.
Racism in its many forms fuels hatred, and expands racial division between actual or perceived classes of people in America.
On 16 June 1858 during the Republican State Convention Abraham Lincoln echoed the words of Jesus in Matthew 12:25 “Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation, and every city or house divided against itself will not stand”. – I am the Real Truckmaster!