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KKK: We Aren’t Hatefilled Terrorists, We Are Peaceful Christians


KKK: We Aren’t Hatefilled Terrorists, We Are Peaceful Christians

Just last month the KKK (which has seen an increase in membership) was dropping off leaflets in Virginia on peoples lawns, claiming they aren’t hate-filled terrorists but peaceful Christians.

Now with the horrific and saddening terrorist attack on Jewish centers in Kansas the hoodies have been torn off and once again we see what kind of terrorist threat they still pose to the USA. One wonders why the FBI didn’t catch this one? Why is their a continued  focus on Muslims that only feeds anti-Muslim hysteria?

KKK: We Aren’t Hateful, We’re Christians:


  1. Jesus (as) never preached hate for anyone at any point.
    Whens the average Christian gonna realize that?

    May the Mighty and Majestic remove mans ignorance if there is good in it.

  2. And if you buy that, I have some prime ocean front property in New Mexico I’d be happy to sell you.

  3. says the group that lynched thousands of Blacks.

  4. The Christian community should step up and educate the communities on the KKK’s history and statements of belief and how it conflicts with a Bible centric Christianity.

    Information is a powerful tool. Groups like the KKK feed on ignorance.

  5. If they’re so proud of themselves and their organization, take off the hoods and do it in broad daylight.

  6. It must be Opposite Day on the KKKalendar

  7. Peaceful = a lasting legacy of lynching, murder, terrorism, hiding like chicken’shit cowards behind masks and only working in large groups while picking on unarmed individuals

  8. They look like circus clowns

  9. Right, and I’m a lawn gnome.

  10. And they aren’t classified as a terrorist organization, either.

  11. “Peaceful” until they meet black people.

  12. No. You are hatefilled terrorists. One and all. Your murders and violent past will never be forgotten.

  13. Sure…just like Westboro Baptist Church.

  14. Peace
    freedom from disturbance; quiet and tranquility.
    “you can while away an hour or two in peace and seclusion”
    synonyms: tranquility, calm, restfulness, peace and quiet, peacefulness, quiet, quietness; More
    antonyms: noise
    mental calm; serenity.
    “the peace of mind this insurance gives you”
    synonyms: serenity, peacefulness, tranquility, equanimity, calm, calmness, composure, ease, contentment, contentedness More
    antonyms: agitation, distress
    freedom from or the cessation of war or violence.
    “the Straits were to be open to warships in time of peace”
    synonyms: law and order, lawfulness, order, peacefulness, peaceableness, harmony, nonviolence; Bart B More

    I think they have their definition wrong.

  15. Peaceful Christians, my arse!

  16. No one should give these people any publicity; just keep an eye on them as with any terrorist organization.

  17. The resemblance between their tactics and the Taliban’s is uncanny haha

  18. Seems legit.

  19. Then what’s the point? If you aren’t going to get your hate on, why not join a group with a better reputation?

  20. Isn’t that exactly what all terrorists claim? That they are “religious”. Makes me sick.

  21. Right, that’s why you shoot up jewish centers.

  22. No terrorist group is peaceful. Not Al-Qaeda and not even the KKK.

  23. Yeah, because lynching Jews and Blacks is something a peaceful Christian would totally do. Well, not a peaceful one, that is.

  24. … who wear bedsheets and pointy little hoods to hide their pointy little heads …

  25. oxymorons.

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