Sunday, November 16, 2008
The Klan Is Still Stupid
It looks like some organizations, just like some people, never seem to learn. One of those organizations is the Ku Klux Klan. It was born violent, racist and stupid, and it looks like it is still displaying all three of those traits. I submit these two latest Klan "adventures" shows that conclusively.
The first involves a Louisiana branch of the Klan calling itself the Dixie Brotherhood. These idiots found a Tulsa woman via the internet who wanted to become a member of their group. The 43 year-old woman took a bus to Slidell, Louisiana. She was met there by two Klan members, who took her out into the woods where six other members were waiting. The eight members are pictured above, and it is currently unknown whether this group had more members or not.
These nine people ran around in the woods like fools for a day and night, but then the Tulsa woman became homesick and asked to be taken back to town. An argument ensued, and the leader of the group pulled a gun and shot the woman. The group then burned the woman's personal possessions and hid her body under some loose brush several miles from their campsite.
Two of the mental midgets in this group then went to an area convience store and asked the clerk if he knew how to get blood out of their clothing. He told them no, and then called the authorities after they left. Police tracked the two down and arrested them, and then arrested the others who were still at the campsite.
This was truly a crime without a logical reason. These eight gained absolutely nothing from the crime -- except hopefully, a very long time in prison.
The second incident happened in Kentucky, and involved the Imperial Klans of America and the group's founder, Imperial Wizard Ron Brown. Several braindead members of this group went looking for trouble at the Meade County Fair in Brandenberg, Kentucky. They mistook a 16 year-old Native-American for an illegal immigrant, and then severely beat and kicked him.
But they picked on the wrong young man. The victim teamed with the Southern Poverty Law Center and filed suit against the Klan group asking for $6 million in damages. SPLC founder Morris Dees tried the case himself in a three day trial. It took an all-white jury only five hours to find the Klan responsible, and award the young victim $2.5 million dollars.
Dees said, "The people of Meade County, Kentucky, have spoken loudly and clearly. And what they've said is that ethnic violence has no place in our society, that those who promote hate and violence will be held accountable and made to pay a steep price." He added, "We look forward to collecting every dime that we can for our client and to putting the Imperial Klans of America out of business."
The SPLC will now move to seize the Klan group's 15 acre compound near Dawson Springs, Kentucky, and anything else the group owns. I say Bravo! In our free country, these sickos have the right to believe whatever they want, but when they act on those perverted beliefs then decent Americans have the right to make them pay for it.