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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

KKK in CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND 2015 ~ The First Amendment ~ Free Speech


Should groups notoriously and historically linked to committing organized violence on certain races be allowed to organize at all in any manner? Groups that promote pure and utter hatred under the guise of "civil rights"?

This is not an exercise in FREEDOM, it is a pitiful display against humanity, and as such I am all for outlawing any hate groups organizing at all in public or private.

Active membership in any organized hate group of and in itself should be classified as a crime, prosecuted, and the criminals jailed, and those members should therefore lose any right to "rally" and insight the general public in good standing.

As a felon loses a right to own a gun legally, a hate group member should lose the right to assemble alongside other hate group members, either in private or public, as well as alone in public, in the promotion of a hate group they are a member, or were a member of, further conducting that promotion of violence, hostility, and racism as well as any other insightful acts.

There should be no right to spew hatred in public ever or be organized with a hate group that assembles in public, no matter there actions on that day !

RIGHTS and PRIVLIDGES are based on principled human beings and meant for them to have and to hold and to protect and promote as sacred. These BASTARDS trample that very definition and abuse all principled people in the process. What do you stand for?

The decent citizens of this city, this county we reside in, this state, this country, should promote laws against any such organizations with such deeply rooted and factual history no one can dispute as well as against any other organization that is "hate" oriented.

Look at what we have to tolerate here in our small town !

PURE IGNORANCE !!!

I FIND THIS TRULY DESPICABLE !!!

WHAT IS A HATE GROUP ? read below

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hate_group


June 29th, 2015 by WCBC Radio

Although they were greeted with a large crowd protesting their presence last summer, the Rebel Knights of the Ku Klux Klan is planning a return visit to Cumberland in September. Representatives of the group held a rally last year in front of the Court House on Washington Street and the greeting was less than enthusiastic with the overwhelming majority of the estimated 200 people in attendance protesting with signs and shouting at the Klan members to leave. Talbert Fike, vice president of the Rebel Knights KKK tells WCBC News that while there were protesters, privately there was strong support- and that is why a second visit has been scheduled. He said the Cumberland rally was originally scheduled for July, but was moved following the recent shooting tragedy in South Carolina… - See more at: http://www.wcbcradio.com/?news=kkk-plans-on-returning-to-area-in-september#sthash.E9fawpPk.FmHm03Lm.dpuf

http://www.wcbcradio.com/?news=kkk-plans-on-returning-to-area-in-september

FROM THE F.B.I.


KKK Cross Burning

Hate crimes add an element of bias to traditional crimes—and the mixture is toxic to our communities.
Crimes of hatred and prejudice—from lynchings to cross burnings to vandalism of synagogues—are a sad fact of American history, but the term “hate crime” did not enter the nation’s vocabulary until the 1980s, when emerging hate groups like the Skinheads launched a wave of bias-related crime. The FBI began investigating what we now call hate crimes as far back as World War I, when the Ku Klux Klan first attracted our attention. Today, we remain dedicated to working with state and local partners to prevent these crimes and to bring to justice those who commit them.

( The fact is that the F.B.I. was founded in 1908, so in the above understand that it was well known that the KKK was a racist organization lone before then.)

 https://www.fbi.gov/about-us/investigate/civilrights/hate_crimes

SO HERE IS WHAT I THINK

Things in nature that are innately evil should be illegal. 

Law can be written in two ways, general or specific. The great Constitution and its inalienable Bill of Rights are, in general terms, rather broad (of course not always) and where they are broad that was meant with the specific intent to be able to be further defined as fitting to the times and always remaining flexible and through the judiciary which would set precedence.

To me, in general, there is a very specific nature involved that is criminal in the mind showing great amounts of intent towards inciting hatred within organizations with specific history we all know of which is undeniable, and laws can, and should be, written against these groups so that law enforcement can snuff these disgusting filthy heathens out. That is what a modern civilized educated humanatarian culture should demand with no excuses what so ever. Read this !!! 

Also, they were here locally last year, there was an incident close by in Pennsylvania where a Chad Coughenour disgracefully placed himself in the media and social media as well as law enforcemnt cross hairs, simply search "KKK Lynching Obama"...yep you read that right...and the picture sure does not look like Haloween costumes !

It made huge headlines acros all media, however I reported on it first. Here is one report.

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1055534

However, here is mine with the picture attached as evidence, which most sites do not have to share, as the original was deleted.  

http://mountainmaryland.blogspot.com/2013/10/kkk-lynching-president-on-halloween-in.html

I understand the Secret Service made some rounds as well as some other fine men and women of law enforcement! However I cannot confirm it with a solid name, but of course it has to be true ... right?
Freedom of speech does not include the right:

To incite actions that would harm others (e.g., “[S]hout[ing] ‘fire’ in a crowded theater.”).
Schenck v. United States, 249 U.S. 47 (1919).
To make or distribute obscene materials.
Roth v. United States, 354 U.S. 476 (1957). 


To argue against that conceptually would mean that you actually to not agree with The Constitution and how the Supreme Court of our great Judiciary Branch has defined this very specific right, which has the flexibility to be so further defined as society sees fit through several means. That is the exact logic and rationale behind our so very precious Constituion as well as the power of the three branches of government.

Examine this link (and all others) in its entirety, or you will be missing the larger picture, again pay particular attention to the exact source the link brings you to.

http://www.uscourts.gov/.../activity-resources/what-does


Look again at the very source itself !!! (link below)... There is room within the law enforcement and through the judiciary as well as the legislative branch, to further set precedence or further amend the Constituon n the Supreme Court, respectively speaking, in this exact instance for exactly what I am talking about, that these KKK members incite hate just by, in the very least, appearing in their white dresses and couragous hoods hiding their cowardly faces, as well as through meetings held in private and often public, and perhaps literature, social media, and other technological means too.

A hate group has one sole mission, and however they do it, it is to spread their hate and exercise it against others in harmful ways. Any relationship or affiliation with these groups simply needs to be outlawed. It is the answer for hate groups we should evolve the law towards.


I have deep passion about this as I have a degree in science with a major in police science as well as a beautiful diverse family and equally beautiful set of very diverse friends, who thi sgroup in particular hates and I will make a strong stand against, as I ask you to open your mind above and beyond your thoughts about the Constitution and the "right to free speech" and understand fully how the architects left that open for flexible interpretation through proper government channels practicing democracy exactly as prescribed.


Furthermore,  please take a moment to understand the definition of a hate group in a classical sense. 

 A hate group is an organized group or movement that advocates and practices hatred, hostility, or violence towards members of a race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or any other designated sector of society. According to the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), a hate group's "primary purpose is to promote animosity, hostility, and malice against persons belonging to a race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or ethnicity/national origin which differs from that of the members of the organization."[1] Scholars find it difficult to define hate group and "whether a particular group is to be classified as a hate group is sometimes in the eye of the beholder."[2]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hate_group


Now lets examine a message from the KKK website itself, from their home page, and then further disect it with commentary that follows below so anyone can easily see through this veil that they so often use to conceal actual intent and identity alike, both equally housings of criminal deviance and malicious intent. For what of any useful purpose of principle could either serve?



A MESSAGE FROM THE KKK WEBSITE


"There is a race war against whites. But our people - my white brothers and sisters - will stay committed to a non-violent resolution. That resolution must consist of solidarity in white communities around the world. The hatred for our children and their future is growing and is being fueled every single day. Stay firm in your convictions. Keep loving your heritage and keep witnessing to others that there is a better way than a war torn, violent, wicked, socialist, new world order. That way is the Christian way - law and order - love of family - love of nation. These are the principles of western Christian civilization. There is a war to destroy these things. Pray that our people see the error of their ways and regain a sense of loyalty. Repent America! Be faithful my fellow believers. "

National Director of The Knights, Pastor Thomas Robb


SO WHAT DOES THIS MEAN ?

Let us together scrutinize this devisive staement in detail.

First sentence:

"There is a race war against whites."

Incite also means to encourage. Does this encourage racial divide? Is racial division meant for any reason other then hate? NOPE !!! What does a believer of racism do when so excited? ... knit stockings?

Second and third sentence:

"But our people - my white brothers and sisters - will stay committed to a non-violent resolution."
 "That resolution must consist of solidarity in white communities around the world."

our people, solidarity... expensive and seductive words enticing the unsuspecting into a trap !!! ...perhaps they also have discrimination in mind and think it non violent and a useful measure, you think?.



Fourth  and fifth and sixth sentences:

"The hatred for our children and their future is growing and is being fueled every single day."

"Stay firm in your convictions."

"Keep loving your heritage and keep witnessing to others that there is a better way than a war torn, violent, wicked, socialist, new world order."


They suggest they are the victims of hatred now utilizing "reverse psychology" and their very own children for sympathy. Pathetic !!! 

Reverse psychology is a technique involving the advocacy of a belief or behavior that is opposite to the one desired, with the expectation that this approach will encourage the subject of the persuasion to do what actually is desired: the opposite of what is suggested. This technique relies on the psychological phenomenon of reactance, in which a person has a negative emotional reaction to being persuaded, and thus chooses the option which is being advocated against. The one being manipulated is usually unaware of what is really going on.



Staying firm in your convictions under the context can only mean we suggest you stay away from other races / religions. What else can it logically mean?

Stay true and salute only your white Christian brothers...yee haw !!!

Seventh and eighth sentence:

"That way is the Christian way - law and order - love of family - love of nation."
" These are the principles of western Christian civilization."


Continue to love your own heritage (suggestive racial division again) then they utilize the law and love, which they have historically displayed, time and time again, they have no real capacity for respect in regards to the law or love as illustrated through their acts of aggression, to put it lightly.

Further division by suggesting a further divide now that is specific to a western Christian civilization, which is a fact does not even exist today, as the truth is that western civilization is a culture of many, not one descrptive "convenience of words" that even divide further utilizing the word Christian so placing the context of both race and religion in this example.

I have personally been a Christian since before birth, and nothing about their statement has anything to do with the Christian way! I come from a long line of true knights that have fought on foriegn soils abroad against this exact type of disgusting rhetoric. I stand today for what I believe which is a pricipled life and the persuit of all men and women created equal in our United States of America where we do not tolerate hate mongerers and work always diligently to remove them from our civilized and accepting culture and into corrections where they belong. This is what the system is for exactly. We all have a duty to protect all of our country and its citizens in good standing against any threat at all, foriegn or domestic.
 
Ninth, tenth, and final sentence:

"There is a war to destroy these things."
"Pray that our people see the error of their ways and regain a sense of loyalty."
"Repent America! Be faithful my fellow believers."


Raises concern within  a perspective reader they are trying to entice and utilizes and instills fear in the reader that there is a "war" to destroy "these things". Which looks to be the White Christian Western European way... talk about completely delusional...egads !!!

Pray that "our people" see their error and regain loyalty... if you are referring to as you wrote "our people ", there has to be another set of peoplewhich must be the bad non loyal White Christian Western European, so you even divide out your own "ethniligion" in this process.

Trying to appeal to "loyal patriots" and Christians only, as that has already been stated herein. 

Disgusting that they really even dared to address "America" as such, ... as "America" where I reside is a diverse nation of unity and a fabric of strength that accomodates everyone! Not to mention one of my great-grandmother's name !!! Notice they do not say " The United States", which shows me they have no, zero, none, respect for our government. This only speaks of old testament "law and order" as they refer to it within, which starts opening the doors into the deepr brain washing that members will receive as they become "cultized".

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So here is what I think...

This is classical hate a dressed up to smell like a rose. hate - definition: a strong aversion to something. Does this not sound like a strong a version?

It all certainly incites, "calls to action" by definition for a division.

It is racist because the statement speaks very specifically about european white culture in western civilization thus exclusively singleing out one which in turn means to exclude all others!

It is typical brainwashing and cult like behavior, all clasically criminal when studying criminology.

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In the sociological classifications of religious movements, a cult is a religious or social group with socially deviant or novel beliefs and practices.[1] However, whether any particular group's beliefs and practices are sufficiently deviant or novel is often unclear, thus making a precise definition problematic.[2][3] In the English speaking world, the word often carries derogatory connotations.[4][5] The word "cult" has always been controversial because it is (in a pejorative sense) considered a subjective term, used as an ad hominem attack against groups with differing doctrines or practices, which lacks a clear or consistent definition.[6][7]



I am happy to know that law enforcement it looking into these matters today as they even more deeply penetrate this cult to further dismantle it from the inside out primarily and tactfully in so many other facets.

One thing the bad guys never seem to understand is that are always more stupid then their competition and they are out numbered 1,000,000 to 1.

The KKK is sadly a common seen here in Appalachia and it just goes to show you what can happen if you lack a poor education, follow lost leaders, and further propogate generations of dispicable hate and crime.

I find peace as a real Christian knowing that the things you KKK members fret over and think you can control are truly in Gods hands, and I actually do pray for you, however I will not share the exact measures so desired and requested within those prayers He always hears!

You may try to utilize the written and spoken word as a sword, however the Supreme Court uses it as a decisive mechanism to thwart and smote you each, one by one if so needed, however hopefully more like all at once in one massive organizational implosionm like a virus at work can you really even trust your "brothers and sisters", as trust is not the worthy quality instilled in heathens so ill equipped towards acceptance and so ill principled?

So does the KKK incite racism?

Write your local, county, state, and federal law enforcement and government officials and demand they do their job even better, which they do so extraordinarily well, as they are not on the job really at all, they are on a mission !

The truth is we are collectively the judge, so what do you think?


  
UNDERSTAND YOUR LANGUAGE SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND THE LAW !!!


brain·wash
ˈbrānˌwôSH,ˈbrānˌwäSH/
verb
gerund or present participle: brainwashing
  1. make (someone) adopt radically different beliefs by using systematic and often forcible pressure.
    "the organization could brainwash young people"
    synonyms:indoctrinate, condition, reeducate, persuade, influence, propagandize, inculcate
    "the evidence is compelling that these cult members were indeed brainwashed"
Translate brainwashing to
Use over time for: brainwashing
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in·cite
inˈsīt/
verb
verb: incite; 3rd person present: incites; past tense: incited; past participle: incited; gerund or present participle: inciting
  1. encourage or stir up (violent or unlawful behavior).
    "the offense of inciting racial hatred"
    synonyms:stir up, whip up, encourage, fan the flames of, stoke up, fuel, kindle, ignite, inflame, stimulate, instigate, provoke, excite, arouse, awaken, inspire, engender, trigger, spark off, ferment, foment; More
    literaryenkindle
    "we're hoping that last night's incident will not incite altercations in the stadium today"
    informalput up to
    "she incited him to commit murder"
    • urge or persuade (someone) to act in a violent or unlawful way.
      "he incited loyal subjects to rebellion"
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      hate
      hāt/
      verb
      verb: hate; 3rd person present: hates; past tense: hated; past participle: hated; gerund or present participle: hating
      1. 1.
        feel intense or passionate dislike for (someone).
        "the boys hate each other"
        synonyms:loathe, detest, despise, dislike, abhor, execrate; More
        be repelled by, be unable to bear/stand, find intolerable, recoil from, shrink from;
        formalabominate
        "they hate each other"
        antonyms:love
        • have a strong aversion to (something).
          "he hates flying"
        • used politely to express one's regret or embarrassment at doing something.
          "I hate to bother you"
          synonyms:be sorry, be reluctant, be loath, be unwilling, be disinclined; More
          "I hate to bother you"
        • informal
          express strong dislike for; criticize or abuse.
          "I can't hate on them for trying something new"
      noun
      noun: hate
      1.
      intense or passionate dislike.
      "feelings of hate and revenge"
      synonyms:hatred, loathing, detestation, dislike, distaste, abhorrence, abomination, execration, aversion; More
       
       
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      rac·ism
      ˈrāˌsizəm/
      noun
      noun: racism
      the belief that all members of each race possess characteristics or abilities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races.
      prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one's own race is superior.
      "a program to combat racism"
      synonyms:racial discrimination, racialism, racial prejudice, xenophobia, chauvinism, bigotry, casteism
      "Aborigines are the main victims of racism in Australia"
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
      Note : ethiligion and cultized are words I created today during the writing of this publication.