It goes without saying that I’m not a member of the KKK. Not only am I a practicing Catholic, I’m also mixed-race.
But I have to tell you, if the Klan would ever accept the suggestion from a proudly self-described Papist mongrel, I’d tell them to revive that age-old Southern tradition of hand-written thank you notes.
Specifically, pen one each to the domestic terrorist group Black Lives Matter as well as the obstetrical terrorists at Planned Parenthood. After all, both BLM and PP are more successful in a lot more deaths of black people than the Klan could have ever hope for.
It has been quite a while since a Klansman was put to death for murdering a black man. Specifically, more than 23-years ago.
As noted in an archived NY Times article from 1997, Klan member “Henry Francis Hays, 42, was convicted in the 1981 slaying of Michael Donald, a 19-year-old black man who was abducted at random from a Mobile street by two men, then beaten, cut and strangled. His body was strung up in a tree. Gov. Fob James Jr. refused to grant clemency to Mr. Hays.”
Obviously old school, Alabama wanted none of that sissy lethal injection nonsense. Hays had to pay a quick visit to ‘Bama’s Yellow Mama.
But with that aside, noted conservative pundit Marc A. Thiessen opined in the Washington Post (really) of just a few of the blacks that were either outright murdered or seen their lived ruined by BLM;
- Dave Patrick Underwood, a black officer in the Federal Protective Service who was shot while guarding an Oakland, Calif., federal courthouse’
- David Dorn, a retired African American police captain who was killed in St. Louis while protecting a friend’s pawnshop from looters.
- Chris Beaty, an African American former offensive lineman for Indiana University, who was shot dead in an alley in Indianapolis after leaving a demonstration that had turned violent.
- Italia Marie Kelly, a 22-year-old black woman in Davenport, Iowa, who was shot in the back while getting into her car, trying to escape a protest that had turned into a riot.
But it doesn’t end there. Thiessen also cites just a couple of the many Americans of African lineage who witnessed their life’s dreams destroyed;
- Korboi Balla is a black firefighter who poured his life savings into a Minneapolis sports bar that was reduced to a pile of bricks. He has no insurance. “I don’t know what we’re going to do,” he told reporters. “It hurts, man. It’s not fair, it’s not right. We’ve been working so hard for this place. It’s not just for me, it’s for my family.”
- Derrick Hayes is the African American owner of Big Dave’s Cheesesteaks in Atlanta. He put up signs identifying his shop as a black-owned business but had the windows smashed anyway. “Honestly, I was in disbelief. If we’re all in this together, let’s show that we’re all in this together,” he said.
Lastly, Thiessen notes just one example of a story that’s been replayed thousands of times across the country;
- Gina Robinson, a black woman in Chicago who posted this message on Twitter last week: “I’m so hurt. I’m barely surviving and not only did y’all burn my job (Walgreens) down but the grocery store in my neighborhood was looted for what. Now my mom can’t get her prescription or food. How was this ‘for us’?”
On a personal note, where is BLM on the thousands upon thousands of those killed or wounded by inner city black-on-black crime? Nowhere, that’s where.
Speaking from personal experience, most of the BLM members are easily mentally-manipulated (assumedly trust-fund baby) white brats. But that’s just the view from my side of the pro-cop march.
While I’m already knee-deep into getting booted-for-life off of FB, allow me to also hammer the butchers over at Planned Parenthood.
Strange how blacks and Latinos constitute 40 percent of the US population, but PP places a full 79 percent of their abortuaries “within walking distance of African American or Hispanic/Latino neighborhoods” (within a two mile radius) as cited by ProtectingBlackLife.org in their amazingly accurate interactive map.
Wait… I know why PP has the overwhelming majority of their high tech butcher blocks in minority neighborhoods.
Their foundress, Margaret Sanger, once famously stated, “We don’t want the word to get out that we want to exterminate the Negro population…”
Sanger was also quite open when she referred to minorities as;
The founder of Planned Parenthood also spoke quite highly of the racial policies of Nazi Germany, as well as a glowing review of her lecture at a 1926 KKK rally in Silver Lake, NJ (see video below).