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Daryl Davis On Healing Hate with Friendship
"Today I have the most amazing guest for you. He is a man that really shows us the possibility of how to disparate sides can come together. His name is Daryl Davis and he's a black man who is convinced over two hundred Klu Klux Klan members to give up their robes by boldly and bravely walking in deep into their lives deep into the heart of the Ku Klux Klan, becoming friends with them and showing them his sheer humanity. Today. We're GONNA hear Darrell Story and learn how it is that he threw his empathy compassion insight in bravery has been able to really embrace a methodology that allows people from opposite sides to come together learn from another become friends heal and grow welcome Daryl. Pleasure. To be here with you. Thank you for having me. It is such a pleasure. You're such an extraordinary human being sorry to embarrass you. I am so excited to be able to share your story and your insights today. My pleasure and I hope you'll listeners will enjoy it. Thank you. Why don't you begin by telling us the back story to how and why you are able to penetrate the clan? Okay. I'm aged fifty, two currently and as a child, my parents were in the US foreign service. So I spent a lot of my formative years starting at the age of three. And on through elementary school traveling abroad living in various foreign countries, you go to a country for two years and you come back home here to the states, and then you're reassigned to another country. So back and forth back and forth during my formative years while overseas my classes in elementary school and things like that were filled with kids from all over the world. Anybody who had an embassy in those countries all of their children went to the same school. So my classmates were Nigeria Italian Russian Japanese French you name it they had an embassy there I was in school with their kids and to me that was the norm that was my first exposure to school. and. So when I would come back home at the end of the two year assignment, I would either be in all black schools. Black and white schools meaning the still segregated schools or the newly integrated ones like. Well I left. CHICAGO. Shortly after I was born but we will come back and we would be like in Washington DC or be in Massachusetts different places for a short time before being reassigned every other two years. So I was back I know I was for part of Second Grade I was back for a fourth grade. I was back in sixth grade and I was back here in eighth grade when I would come back the schools were either all black or black and white meeting still segregated. Or newly integrated, and there was not the amount of diversity in my classroom that I had overseas. So in one case, I was in fourth grade nine, hundred, sixty, eight, I was ten years old and I was one of two black children in the entire school myself in fourth grade and a little black girl in second grade. So consequently, all of my friends were white and many of my male friends were members of the local, Cub Scout Group and they invited me to join which I did. And during a March we had from Lexington Concord to commemorate the ride of a Paul Revere. Suddenly I was being pelted with soda pop bottles and cans and Rawson just debris from the street by just a small group of the white spectators on the sidewalk not everybody most people were cheering us in waving and all that kind of thing. But there were about maybe five people off to my right I remember there being a couple of kids or half a year or two older than myself and a couple of adults who are throwing ends, and when I first began getting hit and looked over and saw this my first thought was oh, those people over there don't like the scouts. That's how naive I was because I had never been to. Before and it wasn't until my scout leaders came rushing over and these were white people, my den mother, my cub leader, my troop master, and they huddled over me with their bodies and escorted me out of the danger. And I realized I was the only person being targeted because nobody else was getting this special protection and I, asked him, I, said, why am I being hit why they're doing this? I didn't do anything and all they would do this kind of shush me and rushing along telling me everything would be okay. Just keep moving. and. So they never answered the question. At the end of the day when I returned home my mother and father who would not at the parade. were, fixing, cleaning the UP, putting bandaids on me and ask me how do I fall down and get scraped up I told him I didn't fall down into the mud happened. And this was the first time in my life that I heard the word racism they explained what racism was to me. And my opinion old brain could not process this definition. It made no sense to me whatsoever I'd been around white people from all over the world at this point and none of them whether they were my fellow Americans my French friends, my Swedish friends, my Australian friends, none of them treated me like this. So my parents were making this up because people don't do things like that. And they assured me that not all white people do this but there is an element of some they do and I just cannot wrap my head around it. So I didn't believe them well about almost two months later. That same year nineteen, Sixty, eight. On April the fourth Martin Luther King was assassinated. And every major city in this country burned to the ground. All in the name of this new word I had learned call racism.
The Black Lives Matter generation remembers John Lewis.
"By the results of those very tests. US, Congressman John, Lewis died on Friday night months after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer at a pivotal moment for race relations in the United States, protesters in cities from coast to coast, a demanding widespread reforms in the wake of the May twenty fifth police killing of Floyd of all the ways that John Lewis influenced American. Life and politics. He's indelible impact on young people may be among the most enduring from student activists to elder statesman Louis continually encourage. Encourage the nation's youth to start good trouble and modeled just how to do that. He was arrested alongside millennial activists pushing for comprehensive reform of US immigration laws in two thousand, thirteen for the black lives massive generation, the connection to Lewis is deeper than many may realize as a young man through clouds of tear gas into hail of billy clubs. Lewis nearly lost his life marching against segregation and for Voting Rights Democratic lawmakers said on Sunday they don't. Don't want tweet so condolences to on a civil rights icon. John Lewis they want policymakers to get to work to honor the Georgia Congressman's Legacy Representative James Clyburn the House majority whip urged. Donald, trump and Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell to pass legislation that would expand voting rights in Lewis's name Clyburn also called for the Edmund. pettus bridge in Selma Alabama to be renamed in honor of Lewis a lifelong friend. The bridge currently named after reform confederate general. General and Klu Klux Klan leader became a critical site during the civil rights movement on Bloody Sunday. In Nineteen Sixty Five Alabama state troopers beats peaceful demonstrators there, including Lewis, who suffered a fractured skull? Recent protests have prompted cities nationwide to reconsider monuments and honours granted to people with ties to the confederacy or other racists legacies an online petition to rename the bridge
Dayton's Road to Pandemic Recovery
"We've been taking a look around the country at how different cities or dealing with the fallout from the pandemic. Today we head to Dayton Ohio unlike other places Dayton hasn't been a hot spot for the coronavirus and the death toll has been low but the pandemic is just the latest in a series of struggles. The city has faced in the past year our reporter Doug Belkin visited the city recently and joins me now Doug Dayton Ohio has been through a lot in recent years even before the pandemic from natural disasters to rising numbers of deaths the OPIOID crisis. Can you tell us a little? Bit more about the position Dayton was in before the pandemic it. It's a fascinating town. It really punched above. Its weight for a long time. Many years ago it was a home of a lot of innovation. The Wright brothers came from there there are a lot of major manufacturing companies and engineering companies that really employed thousands of people and built a Beautiful City in the early twentieth century. The housing stock is really lovely. But it fell on hard times. A lot of those companies moved south to chase cheaper labor and the revenue into the city declined significantly and then they had really hard shock. The financial crisis in two thousand and seven and eight pulled a lot of jobs out that didn't return and then the opiate crisis that was really ground zero. It's a lot of highways going in and out of Dayton and it made it a kind of a pitstop for these drugs and they were just hundreds and over the years. Thousands of people who overdosed from opioids. So they were very hard and then last summer they had a string of horrible tragedies. They had a tornado that wiped out part of the town and killed people they had A mass shooting in downtown shopping district that killed nine people and injured another twenty people and they had a Klu Klux Klan rally Which really hard for the people there so last year was very difficult moment for them and all of that brings us up now to the pandemic and Ohio responded to the coronavirus pandemic with one of the nation's strictest lockdowns how has the corona virus now impacted Dayton and our elected officials grappling with it so the virus itself has not taken deep root there the shutdown or have been very effective or at least the pandemic did not make huge inroads. There's been about fifteen people who've died in Dayton of a city of one hundred forty thousand six hundred confirmed cases so the sickness has been. You know it's the specter has there but the fear was a major problem in the shutdown and the economic implications of the shutdown have been dramatic. And what we wrote about in the story was a lot of of what that's done to the economy to the people in the town to the churches in the town and even to the revenue of the city. And how they're gonNA deal with it and how they're sort of handcuffed because they will have less revenue to keep their social safety net strong so we spoke to the mayor of the City Nan. Whaley WHO's trying to lead the community through this and this is what she had to say. And when since we all become mayors because you can see directly the impact you make you get to make decisions and you have this control but the more you do it the more you realize the less control you really have. So what she's talking about here is the fact that these these tragedies that happened last summer in the pandemic it's going on now are all national and international issues. The handgun issue is a national problem. The racism issue that the KKK was part of is obviously a national issue tornadoes. That came through As part of the change in climate and this pandemic as part of a global problem and one thing that they all have in common that the mayor belief is that the federal response has not been robust enough to help cities and towns and they are ending up dealing with these problems by themselves with much smaller resources than the federal government. Has IT Doug? You also spoke to members of the Dayton community. What did you hear from them about how they're coping right now? So a lot of folks were really knocked back on their heels by the shutdown A lot of business owners you know. Obviously they shut down their businesses and they were concerned that they wouldn't be able to restart them and a lot of folks were laid off from their jobs. I spoke to one woman named bridget. Hadn't who has had to dig into her children's college savings account to get by these last few months. And here's bridget. I think this is going to Their their futures. They're gonNA come out of this with a lot of debt Things that they shouldn't have to endure at their ages. I planned for this. I planned in plan for this so that they wouldn't have to do this and now I'm giving into their college funds just to be able to survive day to day and we know that the people around the country are digging into their children's college savings account to get through these periods of unemployment. This is a national issue. And it's it's playing out in Dayton along with everyone else and a big question that all of us are grappling with now is what happens next when the pandemic is over and and what does our new normal look like. Here's mayor naturally again in what she had to say about that. I do think during the tragedies of Dayton last year I did feel the region really come together to support the city. The city center which was very special. I worry that that could go away. Because of the WACO vid puts people in their corner really fast both politically and like literally in the corner. You know in their home. Dave chapelle lives in that area. The wonderful comedian and he gave a show after the the mass shooting to help bring the community together and to heal the community and one thing that the mayor said was that that's not possible now. People can't gather here show so she asked. How do you heal a community? That's gone
Los Angeles Area - Santee Vons Shopper in KKK Hood Identified by Sheriff’s Department
"The San Diego county sheriff's department says that they have identified the man who seem more a klu Klux Klan style covering in a grocery store in San T. over the weekend the shares part was not called in at the time of the incident but they have now identified the man involved and they are
"klu klux klan" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Number four, the KKK is only a phenomenon on the left. She made a late as incorrect. Reference to the Koukoulas plan during testimony fossil insistent and notorious hate group was a democratic organization. Once again. So there was no strategy which switched all these races people to different party, right? According to her, but at the same time, those those those klu Klux Klan members that were like democratic voters supporters at the time, they're not still democratic supporters wants the racism shifts parties now she wants them to keep that that's the whole point of saying there's no southern strategy. There's no flip is. So she can be like see so racist always been a democrat thing. Republicans auto party of Lincoln, y'all wouldn't fuck Lincoln and feels allowed today though. Fortunately for you. I'm living today. But yeah, the story is generally agree to KKK was founded by handful of confederate veterans and Pulaski, Tennessee as social fraternity quickly changed to a violent group to terrorize. Newly empowered black and white Republicans in the south. But like I said since the pirates switch and line number five. Of course, Russian collusion is a hoax, and she got to say it is to congress with her hair looking at. Hey, just ages put our her spirits flying will write lookalike Elizabeth homes and her having a split in contests. And nobody told anyone else nobody and she is winning. Apparently, she is she is Trump during the race is I don't it's so insulting that she's a thing because the bar so low, and I didn't even need to look this up. And I knew that the bar was low for her, right? But let's talk about it. She is fraudulent trashy was just following the money from news one dot com. News one staff. Let's talk about her history. She's twenty nine years old. All right. Lawsuit with the Indo Lacey pe-. She now calls the Lacey. Pe- wonder worse groups will black people even though the organization help her win racial discrimination lawsuit in two thousand seven she is she accused the white news racially harassing and threatening to kill her. I was planning the boys where the son of of the in Stanford mayor, Dan, Dan, Malloy, Connecticut, former governor because of the NWC p family received a settlement of thirty seven thousand five hundred dollars from Stanford public schools..
Newspaper publisher suggests KKK should lynch Democrats
"Alabama Senator Doug Jones calling for a local newspaper editor to resign. After publishing an editorial urging the return of the klu Klux Klan, Senator Jones, a former US attorney who successfully prosecuted to Klan members for the nineteen sixty three Birmingham church bombing called the editorial disgusting PL. Obama democratic Senator wrote I have seen. What happens when we stand by while people, especially those with? Influence published racist hateful views Jones was referring to an editorial published by the democrat reporter in Linden Alabama written by the newspaper's publisher good low Sutton in certain call for the return of the KKK to block tax increases in his state. He wrote time for the Ku Klux Klan night
"klu klux klan" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"That same year. I did participate in a dance contest in San Antonio in which dark and my face as part of a Michael Jackson costume. I look back now and regret that I did not understand the harmful legacy of an action. Like that. Because my memory of that episode is so vivid. Did I truly do not believe I'm in the picture in my yearbook? Well, well, well, yes, friends. It seems like the Democrats are the true racists in America. Oh, no, not President Trump. I don't remember him in black face. I don't remember President Trump standing next to KKK member, or at least someone pretending to be a klu Klux Klan member in a yearbook. No, it's the Democratic Party. You see governor Ralph Northam just hoped and prayed to God that this pitcher would never resurface. Now. He's saying it's not him. He's saying that. No. I don't recall that. I do remember participating in a dance and I had makeup on. He's careful with his words. He's got great handlers. I had makeup on to be Michael Jackson at a dance contest. But I just don't remember or do I believe that it's me and that picture? Now. Okay, in all fairness, friends, maybe not all Democrats are racist. But let's be intellectually honest, the Democratic Party or the party of well, the KKK they're the party of black lives matter. They're the party of Antigua. They're the party that has more of a negative racist background than any member past or present in the Republican party. Isn't it something though that Ralph Northam accused his accuser or excuse me, accused his? His competitive his his opponent in governor's race Gillespie Albena racist. But it seems like he's probably the one who is or really is. He and I'm going to address this in just a few minutes. Now, the media irregardless is covering for Ralph Northam why because he's a democrat. And that's what the media does even Ted Cruz is upset blasting the mainstream media regarding the coverage of Northam sane and asking. And I think Ted already knows this. But he asks it, anyways, why does the media relentlessly shield for the dams because the media are puppets of a new world order, global agenda and the Democrats give them their marching orders. You see friends even though there's many in the Republican party that are part of the new world order. It is more in line with democratic thinking of a one world government a one world order. One world religion a one world currency. That's really who the Democratic Party is evident obviously now with Alexandra casino. Of course, he has talked about her a lot of the second hour, but the party has gone so far to the left. The party is way to the left. In fact, that's why there's so much infighting within the Democratic Party over a Howard Schultz probably throwing his hat into the ring as an independent, the Democrats just can't define themselves. They don't know if they need to be so leftists. So so socialist or do they need to come back to being more of a centrist party that they used to be many, many, many, many, many, many many many, many moons ago. But Hillary Clinton is standing up. Hillary Clinton is making her voice heard regarding wealth, nor the main she's basically echoing the sentiments of Kamala Harris who's a hypocrite. And we'll talk about that in a minute. Echoing the sentiments of many Republicans calling for north to resign. Hillary Clinton has made it very clear, and she sent a tweet out that said this is gone on too long. There is nothing to debate. He must resign. Now before you stand up and give Hillary Clinton a standing ovation for what she said, remember, Hillary Clinton is only saying this because she wants to earn brownie points because she's going to run again in two thousand twenty come on friends wake up smell the coffee. Let's be adults here Hillary Clinton will run again. And that's the only only reason she tweeted that I mean come on. She was a huge fan of robbery KKK bird. Here's what's funny. And here's what I want to challenge you a little bit. Why didn't anybody in the media? Why didn't any of the Democrats? Why didn't any of the Republicans at the time when Robert Byrd was a Senator call for his resignation. When in fact, hear me he was a member of the K K K many moons ago in his youth. Now, he later in life apologized for his behaviors and his ideology when he was younger. He said he no longer had those belief systems regarding blacks, but did he really? I mean, again, he was real member. Now, I'm not defending governor route north them at all. I think he's an idiot. And I think he loves do. You have babies murdered. Oh, you didn't hear about the Virginia. Bill trying to mimic New York about abortions on demand at nine months. So I look at him as an accomplice to murder. Forget the black face. None of the honest with you. I really don't care. I'm just going to tell you. Yeah. Some people are gonna get offended. I really don't care because I've spoken with friends that are black and many of them said we don't care who gives a crap. I mean, we're gonna talk a lot about that in the bottom of the hour about what black face is. But I guess we're trying to go is should Ralph Northam as much of a puke that I think he is should he really be forced to resign. Over a picture that happened many moons ago. He's saying it's not him. If it was him. Should he be forced to resign because Robert KKK bird who was a member of the KKK was a Senator died. A Senator was never asked to resign. And this was a member. I mean, hell the guy may have actually been part of lynchings who knows? I mean seriously. Let me grownups here. This is a real talk show. Let's be grownups. Let's not play a game. Let's not regurgitate niceties. Let's really have a discussion a real discussion because I'm sure that you wait all week to have this discussion with me because God knows you really don't get the discussion with others because they're on the cons. They all regurgitate the same crap day in and day out three hours a day every single one of them regurgitate the same stuff over and over. So I'm asking you. Even though he's a democrat. He's a loser. He is okay. With the murder of babies in the ninth month. Should he be forced to resign over a picture that was taken in nineteen Eighty-four? He was never a member of the KKK not to my knowledge about yours. He's saying that's not him. Are we supposed to give him the benefit of the doubt we say that for Trump? I mean, we basically said let's give President Trump the benefit of the doubt when they called him, homophobia and xenophobia, and he's a hater of Mexicans. Everybody said, let's give him the benefit of the Dow. So should we give governor Ralph Northam the benefit of the doubt? Should we allow him to stay in office because he's saying that's not him? And if it's proven that it's him. Does that really warrant a resignation? Does that really say he's a racist? Even though the Democratic Party is full of racism. Oh, they're the real racists. We know that. But I'm trying to make a point because when you have a Hilary Clinton and Kamala Harris appalled over this. I mean, absolutely appalled over this. But no one was appalled over Robert KKK bird. I'm wondering if this is just theatrics to make the black community thinks that they care to make the black community think that they're appalled. That using black face is they slap in their face. And I'm not necessarily. Sure, friends it is. But I'm going to open up the phone lines. And I'm gonna let you weigh in on the conversation. One eight seven seven forty nine Steve one eight seven seven four nine seven eighty three eighty three do me a favor. Turn the TV off stop watching the patriots. And the Rams because if you are then you probably really aren't a true fan of the show because last time I checked the NFL stood for something. I thought we were against I thought we were against what they stood for. Do I have to remind you about capper Nick to a hat to remind you that the NFL would not punish any of their players for taking a knee during the national anthem. So if you think it's more important to watch Tom Brady, get another Super Bowl ring. Then it's best that you probably don't listen to my show anymore. Because we don't really give a crap about that. Here. We care about is your gun rights. Well, we care about is your religious rights. Well, we care about is your first amendment rights. Well, we care about is, rapists and murderers and drug dealers coming across the border creating havoc in our country. That's what we really care about. We really don't give two craps about the Rams or the patriots. And I really don't give a crap if Tom Brady wears a make America great again hat or not I really don't care because the NFL as a whole has made it very clear, they hate.
"klu klux klan" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Three homes are slated for demolition following a massive five alarm fire in bay on Saturday afternoon. Firefighters were called to the initial blaze at home on Andrew street. Witnesses say they heard a loud explosion. It was just burst the flames an inferno an inferno. I the first house that we're we're the I understand the explosion happened. The fire reportedly was sparked by a plumber trying to fix a waterpipe, though, arson. Investigators are continuing to search for the exact cause windy conditions fuel the flames for several hours forty people were displaced to sustained minor injuries. The Red Cross is helping eleven families who lost their homes. A woman has died after being rescued from under the ice of the Hudson river near poughkeepsie on Saturday afternoon. She apparently walked onto the ice and fell through a tugboat found the woman after the coast guard alerted Mariners in the area the coastguards ice and rescue response team used LA. Large mallets to break, the ice and reached the woman underneath she was found unresponsive pulled from the water and brought onto a pier. She was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital. Virginia governor Ralph Northam refuses to resign. A bit of controversy surrounding a racist photo on his yearbook page northern denied being in the photo, which shows two men in black face and klu Klux Klan robes, a fellow democrat, New York Senator presidential candidate Cureton. Gillibrand says northern should resign immediately. He should resign. I saw the photo so disturbing so racist. There's no place for racism in our government among our leaders. It really just was so disturbing Northam says he doesn't believe it's him in the picture. And he even said he didn't know about the photo from nineteen Eighty-four until it surfaced a dog that went missing in Manhattan has been spotted in New Jersey after the canine somehow ran all the way through the Lincoln tunnel lo-lose. Owner says the dog is a nine month old rescue from Puerto Rico who got away Thursday afternoon near ninth avenue and forty second street. He does.
Virginia governor under fire over racist yearbook photo
"The deal. The Virginia governor is under fire today. Not about the abortion comments. I made the other day. Now, it's about a photo in a yearbook. Of his this is nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook showing people wearing black face and klu Klux Klan attire on his yearbook page next to his pictures. He has released a statement. Here's the statement earlier today, a website published a photograph of me from my nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook and a costume that is clearly racist and offensive. I'm deeply sorry for the decision. I made to appear as I didn't this photo and for the hurt that decision caused then. And now this behavior is not in keeping with who. I am today and the values I have a, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. I recognize that it will take time and serious effort to heal the damage this conduct has caused. I'm ready to do that important work. The first step is to offer my sincerest apology interstate. My absolute commitment to living up to the expectations Virginian suffer me when they elected me to be there. Governor no. There's no way he can survive this. If the secretary of state here in the state of Florida, micro tell had to resign. Over dressing in black face in a Halloween costume. Then. There's no reason that the democrat in Virginia whose governor shouldn't have to do the same. And the the bigger question, and this is not good. When this is the question after your apology. You're in big trouble. Seriously is he the one in the black face or the KKK off it? Oh, so
"klu klux klan" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"They did rallies, but the klu Klux Klan, wore hoods, and masks, and antifa, where's hoods and masks, and actually they they're being prosecuted in some southern states under some old anti Klan laws because he's people show up disguising their identity, and they attacked public figures. They attack campus speakers silence campus debates, they stop invited speakers from showing up at public universities. They they were the ones attacking Candice Owen who is black and Charlie Kirk who was white a bunch of white antifa. Protesters attacked them while they were having breakfast, accusing them of being white supremacists. And the two of them had to run out onto the street in Philadelphia to get protection from all black Philadelphia policeman from the white protesters calling them white supremacists. Are these? People literally so brain dead stupid that they honestly don't understand the irony of what we're talking about here that their tactics are those of the most fascistic movement of the last century and a half Hitler's brownshirts. Are they not aware of the irony here? Yeah. I I think they're not aware of it. And I think most Americans are not aware that the leaders of the Nazi movement or university students the next largest group were university professors. It was a movement a corrupted elites it was not just ordinary people off the street. It was corrupted elitists who had a utopian vision of remaking their country in a certain image that had to do with their own perverse ideology that they wanted to impose on the entire country. And anyone who disagree with them deserve to get beaten up in the street deserve to have his books burnt deserve to be silent. In the universities. So I'm indeed they even have a theoretical justification for what they're doing there. There's a theory called repressive tolerance. Repressive tolerance is something from the sixties new left were they said if you allow free speech and free debate that's wrong because that benefits those are historically privileged. No. You can't allow free speech and free debate. That's not fair. Will you need to do is suppress and silence. The speech of anyone who disagrees with you or anyone who doesn't agree with your so-called progressive platform. So they're they're ideologies openly to tell a terrier. About say to put it any better. That's right. That's right. That was Herbert Marcus Herbert Mark who's the so-called intellectual from Germany. He was from Germany, and he'd he'd seen the Nazis and action eighteen the communists in action. And he brought that to tell a -tarian worldview to America and tried to cast it as something progressives, the new left, which was what led the radical movements in the sixties and the radicals from the sixties are now the Middle East old fart professors that administrators on campuses all around the country. They their their methods are totalitarian their theory is to tell -tarian why should we not believe that the outcome would be to tell a -tarian. Well, sorta there is no reason not to believe it at all is that they're selling point. I must confess that. I haven't delve that deeply into what it is. They say since mostly what they say just tends to be the shout down other people. But but is there argument really with a straight face seriously? That if you allow us to use our totalitarian tactics of bullying and intimidation, we will promise some kind of of of nirvana of of the free societies. I mean, that's pretty remarkable. Even even Hitler didn't promise that he just promised. Remarked that there would be an efficient society, and and and a militaristic society. Mark Mark's promise utopia March. Yeah. But what they say is we are here to stop, racism and intolerance, but then they define racism and intolerance to mean, everything in America that existed until five minutes ago. Ever every situation in which there is a racially different outcome. Even if you can't show any racial intent, you know, if it happens that Asians, take more physics classes and get more computer jobs than say people from Micronesia. Well, that's racism because the result is racially not the same but numbers don't line up. So clearly, this is racist and white people are always racist because they benefit from some ingrained privilege and black people and Hispanic people cannot be racist. No matter what they do. A black person could be beating up shoes on the street and buy their Serey that's not racist because blacks are less privileged than juice. See the earth theory is completely unhinged for moral responsibility or individual rights. It's a completely Marxist theory where everybody is not an individual, not an immortal soul. They're part of a group. And they're part of a group in conflict with other groups, and we're part of a class struggle and a race struggle. And so I don't know how they explain one group of black people in Rwanda one tribe that the Hutus were slaughtering the Footsie's and denouncing them on the radio as insects and monkeys needed to be handed down and slaughtered that is not racist by their standards because those weren't privileged groups those weren't white males. And and and you see in the cavenaugh hearings. The fact that Cavanaugh is a white male people are actually saying people in positions of responsibility are saying we believe white males the past several hundred years. So so we need to believe her. Now, it has nothing to do with the facts of the situation they have they don't care whether or not this rape actually occurred or whether it was Cavanaugh or somebody who looked like him. They don't care. They have abandoned the Judeo Christian notion that individual responsibility. Matters that human rights matter to them. Everything is a group were on a tribal struggle. And they want to be part of the tribe that comes out on top. And then that way there are a lot like the Nazis. They are incredibly like the nuts again, these are quote self described anti fascists. Well, we'll take a call or two here. But I had realized that these people weren't the sharpest knives in the drawers. But I guess I hadn't fully realized how much how utterly brain dead vacuum. It'd stupid these people actually are doc in Wilmington, Delaware. Good evening. Thank you for taking my call. I have to ask you questions number one. Who who was training these people number two who researches researchers funding these people feel this wolf on is very well trained. They're all over the country. They're shutting down conservative speakers. All they're everywhere. As I look around me, very even our in our in our community here in Delaware. All right, fair enough two very good questions. All right. First of all. I would have to assume that at least some of their training comes from the. Paid faculty of our institutions of higher education in some case taxpayer paid faculty. So. Is that the case I think their ideology is reinforced by by the faculty and by the media, but I think they're actual in terms of actual training and actual funding. The money is coming from people. Like, George Soros. George Soros has poured hundreds of millions of dollars into radical left wing activism. He's tried to undermine the governments of a dozen countries. Right now, he's been his organizations have been kicked out of Hungary, his native land because they were trying to undermine the democratically elected government of that country. George Soros was found to be been spending more than half a million dollars on trying to make pope Francis is visit to America in two thousand sixteen into a campaign whistle-stop at the Democrats. George Soros is pouring money into Israel, bashing organizations Palestinian terrorist groups, radical Islamist, and the American groups left wing groups pro-abortion groups, and he is pouring money into anti. If you if you think back to Occupy Wall street remember that like five years ago. That was left wing labor unions, the government employees union, the biggest one was working with radical left wing anarchist and communist activists, and they are the ones who got Occupy Wall street going, and there there there's actually a film about it that that Andrew Breitbart made it was his last film. I think I think it was I I don't think it was called occupy unmasked so go on Google and find occupy unmasked, and it will show you how big money from international financiers who are committed to Marxism to the destruction of America of the state of Israel of Europe. How these these are supporting these radicals and paying their salaries a lot of the people at Occupy Wall street or earning salaries.
KKK figure sentenced to eight years for firing gun at Virginia rally
"A klu. Klux Klan member from. Maryland who pleaded no contest to firing a gun at a white nationalist rally last summer in, Virginia has been sentenced to four years in prison Charlottesville circuit, court records show Richard Preston was sentenced today to eight years with four of those years Suspended prosecutors said Preston fired a handgun once toward the ground while standing on a sidewalk crowded with rally goers. In counter protesters after initially pointing the gun at a black man with an improvised flame thrower no one was struck his charge discharging a firearm within one thousand feet of a school carried a penalty of between two. And, ten years in prison. Preston who has spoken out publicly as an imperial wizard of the
Spike Lee's provocative "BlacKkKlansman"
"Fifty Spike Lee has written directed produced dozens of critically acclaimed. Movies and documentaries over his more than thirty year. Career his latest movie, now in theaters black, klansman is based on the true story of a black detective named Ron stallworth who infiltrated the klu Klux Klan stallworth. And Lee were on CBS this morning where did the idea come from take us you're in. The, department, and you do you see what that makes you think I think I want to try to. Get in the KKK because you know. They don't like black people there, I didn't know that takes there I was reading the The article with we scan. The newspaper every day Let's see what my impact our city and what. If anything we can do to respond to it Cake day I saw the ad ku-klux-klan for information and their PO box I figured what the heck Using. The language of hated it I identify myself basically as white supremacists who. Were to affect the white 'cause then I made a mistake assigned my real. Name. Brain, cramp God works yes yeah My name put it in the mail forgot. About. It About. A week or two later? I get? A phone. Call so. Did, you ever plan no plan no plan. God works yeah The plan didn't begin until? This phone. Call ended. When Local organizer water can meet me in a week and I basically described. The white officer? In. My book is in the movie he's nameless flip yeah I described him as me because he's about my height my way I even describe the type of clothes he would have on when they met because I knew how he generally came to work. And And, that's when I started thinking okay and this could possibly work it's an incredible. Story did you. Really. Trick David Duke into taking a picture with you if that happened that happened that's incredible I mean how is it exactly as depicted in the film I was spike has been a little more time
"klu klux klan" Discussed on WTMA
"And then of course you know the you know what hit the fan right well so let's just say you oh i saw some woman posted she's got this dating service out there is a dating service and she's a dating consultant i guess so let's say and she's talking about how stupid this decision was and how stupid the cake baker was so let's say that a let's say that a guy shows up he wants to get a date and you're a dating service and guy shows up and he's wearing a a big he's got a shirt and on it is a logo of the klu klux klan do you deny this guy the right to your services of course you do of course you do you know you would so this guy we're not talking about buying something off the shelf we're not talking about them not being able to go into this guy store and shop or by cake toppers or whatever goes along with the cake we're talking about him using his specific art to make this cake for this gay couple and he is well within his right not to do that again we're not talking about entering the shop we're not talking about buying something that's on the shelves we're talking about him using his art so therefore you telling me my wife if someone commissions her to do i don't know and members of antigua come along and say hey we want you to do us a big all antifa painting a portrait of antifa my wife can't say no i'm not gonna use my art for that my wife can't do that absolutely you can absolutely you.
"klu klux klan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Klu klux klan flyers on people's driveways in mailboxes in loudon county the leesburg city council is preparing to respond twenty felt very strongly that contain nothing was to have gift that we agreed with it and we most certainly don't leesburg mayor kelly burke says the city council tonight will take up a resolution condemning the kkk flyers because there has so far been little that law enforcement can do air a country that has a constitution and free speech is part of that although there may be something they can do our police department it's working with state and federal police entities and we're trying to see if if there's any charge at the camp be brought forward rules optional wmal with wmal dot com isreaeli media reporting that police have recommended indicting prime minister benjamin netanyahu on corruption charges with allegations that the prime minister has repeatedly denied the recommendations as reported don't immediately threatened netanyahu but they are deeply embarrassing and could underscore calls for him to step aside police had been investigating two cases for months in one netenyahu is accused of receiving more than one hundred thousand dollars in gift from hollywood mogul and other wealthy supporters the other involves supposedly secret talks with the publisher of a major israeli newspaper in which netanyahu allegedly arranged for positive coverage with a promise to use his power to rein in a competitor i'm jan johnson debate continued over who knew what regarding rob porter prior to his departure it's a long explanation from press secretary sarah sanders as to why no administration officials noticed red flags with the security background check of rob porter and in office staffed by career people gets mentioned three times.
"klu klux klan" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"History so if you could forgive wallace if you can forgive the party that had the klu klux klan as enforcement arm and the klu klux klan was indeed the enforcement arm of the democratic party if you can forgive them why can't you forgive reagan and george bush for having one of the greatest growth in the black middleclass in history why why why you hate the republic and weight of wisdom we don't have even go to bush and which now under obama it's google it google it the black unemployment rate did not do too good that us this defect at me quit screaming quick call me uncle tom quit i'm just saying deal would fax under obama the unemployment rate hey i read some stuff and it was dismal uh you know it wasn't good at all now whether you like trump on that they are talking about in the black community they have one of the lowest if not the lowest unemployment rate in history now i know trump's one republican side but you hate republicans but you love obama in his body for what forward forward common sense common sense kemondo bring you intelligence into question common sense pay going hey brother lee l on the commentary poor of our sunday morning ministry and again if you'd like to be pod of helping us get to that goal go to another station continue sending books and pamphlets and information pieces out to listeners who call and ask for them if you'd like that fourteen page black history true black history analysis of which party cared about black people and didn't uh you can call my offline number and will send you this fourteen page brochure free of charge and if an after you get it you like it and you think you'd like to support our work sent us a donation if you would please but i'm i'm i'm in.
"klu klux klan" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Problem what happened is that morocco boundless color that was the issue people did not want to offend the skin color and the same with oprah winfrey they want to run the skin color just started going to have triple still gonna have woman okay and skin color and that's what they that's all they have but you gotta remember now consider the sources list is coming from the democratic party history teaches us i'm not being biased to go study at both history teaches us that it was a democratic party for 245 five years held black people has chapter sways the democratic tie the score created the klu klux klan to enforce the jim crow laws against black people for punished yours was democrats you see and the and the and the policies that destroyed the american black family came out of social ideals other democratic party you say consider the source the democratic party my opinion is probably the most racist political entity in the history of humanity on par with the nazi germany nineteen thirties employees okay you figured it out about 10 of figured it out but i guarantee of oprah winfrey runs for president and three years there's going to be 95 of you black folks are going to vote for oprah winfrey and she wants to wants to heal the nation what the hell does that mean then no bomb have eight years to heal the nation then we'll bomb eight years to build up the black middle class then no bomb have a years to improve black urban schools that are failing a dysfunctional if that didn't happen for those eight years what the l's oprah gonna do not the intent of the socialist agenda that comes out of eastern europe that comes out of russia remember milder remember trotzky linen and and and and what's the other guy mark the whole idea was to use crises in and broken situations and country to create chaos and his lip in government control over the people as so as happened is associated you know taken over completely to stem across party and the black guys that were not called.
"klu klux klan" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"The soldier they've got laws preventing lok all governments from removing the monuments without higher approval not all states have those laws um you know they did poll after poll after poll sixty two percent of americans believe they should remain as historical symbols and uh surprisingly forty four percent of african americans responded and agreed uh i mean that was probably is important of them a pivotal point in the nation's history as far as african americans than just about anything else uh good call remains i appreciate it very much dusty in new york city dusty thank you for waiting i appreciated uh how you doing dusty the other time thank you uh i had to get our perspective i come from the town late it in any country for a long time and france gene my uh terry greatgrandfather own the prophet klu klux klan store in class you can see and uh there was a shed where it was initially formed did 18 sixty five or six and there there was a little plaque on the shed that uh said this is where the klu klux klan was form and that was owned by my third greatgrandfather and then they uh they're started to be a revival of the klu klux klan kind of sentiment in the '60s since his 50s and people used to come around to that shed every year and it had these gathering where they would come emirate the founding of the klu klux klan this turned off the people polaski so much that we all got together and turn took took that plaque and turned it around so you couldn't even read it left it on their for historic purposes but no longer was it talking about the klu klux klan or a place where people would gather to revere the founding of the ku klux klan that was a hero which regard none of us want to relive my friend well no no are nobody's aiming to relive anything uh you can't area reviews here i'm i'm not want your i'm not on what you're we dear okay when we finish my sentence no one wants to revere anything or memorialize or holed up something i mean if that were the case if you were going to decommission everything that had been done in this country because of your line of thought you'd nobody would be.
"klu klux klan" Discussed on WDRC
"Course the media showed it over and over again they tore down a bronze statue of the soldier they've got laws preventing local governments from removing the monuments were about higher approval bottles states have those laws um you know they did poll after poll after poll sixty two percent of americans believe they should remain as historical symbols and uh surprisingly forty four percent of african americans responded and agreed uh i mean that was probably is important to them up of little point in the nation's history as far as african americans than just about anything else uh good call rimi i appreciate it very much dusty in new york city dusty thank you for waiting i appreciated uh how you doing dusty for you every time thank you um i had to get a perspective i come from the family it kennedy country for a long time and france and my uh harry greatgrandfather owned the property way to klu klux klan with four in collapse you ten feet and dead there was a shed initially porn kid 18 sixty five or six and then there was a little plaque on the shed that said this was where the ku klux klan was four and that was owned by my third greatgrandfather and then uh they're started to be a revival of the klu klux klan kinds of sentiment in the '60s threw the 50s and think that we used to come around to that shed every year and have these gathering where they would come emirate the founding of the ku klux klan this turned off the people polaski so much that we all got together and turn took took that plaque and turn it around so you couldn't even read it left it on their for historic purposes but no longer was it talking about the klu klux klan or a place where people would gather to revere the founding of the ku klux klan that was eight era which regarding unopposed smart through we lived my friend or mel no art nobody's adding to relive vinnie thing uh blowout you can't area a review the air um i mean i want your i'm not on what you're li beer okay when we finish my son's no one wants to revere anything or memorialize or hold up something i mean if that were the case if.
"klu klux klan" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Showed it over and over again they tore down a bronze statue of the soldier they've got laws preventing local governments from removing the monuments without higher approval not all states have those laws um you know they did poll after poll after poll sixty two percent of americans believe they should remain as historical symbols and uh surprisingly forty four percent of african americans responded and agreed uh i mean that was probably is important to them a pivotal point in the nation's history is far as african americans than just about anything else uh good call rimi i appreciate it very much dusty in new york city dusty thank you for waiting i appreciated uh how you doing dusty sure the other time thank you uh i have a different perspective i come from the family just send in the country it for a long time and uh for instance by uh thirty greatgrandfather own the property where the klu klux klan was four in polaski ten see and uh there was a shed were initially formed at eighteen sixty five or six and there there was a little plaque on the shed that uh said this is where the ku klux klan was formed and that was owned by my third greatgrandfather and then it's uh they're started to be a revival of the klu klux klan kind of sentiment in the '60s his 50s and people used to come around to that shed every year and have these gathering where they would commemorate the founding of the klu klux klan this turned off the people polaski so much that we all got together and turns took took pets plaque and turned it around so you couldn't even read it left it on there for historic purposes but no longer was it talking about the klu klux klan or a place where people would gather to revere the founding of the klu klux klan that was a hero which revis none of us want to relive my friend well no no nobody's adding to relive anything uh you can't iran and reviewed here i'm i'm not want your i'm not doing what you're we dear okay when we finish my sentence no one wants to revere anything or memorialize are holed up something i mean if that were the case if you were going to decommission everything that had been done in this country.
"klu klux klan" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Showed it over and over again they tore down a bronze statue of the soldier they've got laws preventing local all governments from removing the monuments without higher approval not all states have those laws um you know they did poll after poll after poll sixty two percent of americans believe they should remain as historical symbols and uh surprisingly forty four percent of african americans responded and agreed uh i mean that was probably is important to them a pivotal point in the nation's history is far as african americans than just about anything else uh good call remaining i appreciate it very much dusty in new york city dusty thank you for waiting i appreciate it uh how you doing dusty dealer time thank you um i had to get a perspective i come from the family it kennedy country it for a long time and death ranching by uh terry greatgrandfather own the property way the klu klux klan to score in class 10 feet and uh there was a shed initially formed hit eighteen sixty five or six and then there was a little plaque on the shed that said this was where the ku klux klan was formed and that was owned by my third greatgrandfather and then it's uh their started to be a revival of the klu klux klan kind of sentiment in the '60s 50s people people used to come around to that shared every year and have these gathering where they would come emirate the founding of the klu klux klan this turned off the people polaski so much that we all got together and turns took took that plaque and turned it around so you couldn't even read it left it on there for historic purposes but no longer was it talking about the klu klux klan or a place where people would gather to revere the founding of the ku klux klan that was a hero which revis none of us want to relive my friend well no i don't know why nobody's adding to relive vinnie thing uh you can iran and review the air i'm i mean i want your i'm not doing what you're lean dear okay when we finish my sentence no one wants to revere anything or memorialize or hold up something i mean if that were the case if you were going to decommission everything that had been done in this country.
"klu klux klan" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The combination of racial tension and and teenage hormones at concerts proved violent bottlethrowing tear gas stabbings arrests here's domino biographer rick coleman it was not an easy time period even though the music was built a full enjoying full it was a hard birth by 1960 domino's audience was overwhelmingly white and boy what a wide spectrum of white people they were in south carolina the ku klux klan gave the band directions by the light of a burning cross saxophone player herbert hardisty was driving the domino bus at the vega of our five bennett this directive klu klux klan the simple whereas abdel abdel his died here is there were what are you guys doing asu arm loss of traffic your back to the highway and they will very nice kuku have plant trees sarah nice the british invasion sent nearly every american performer tumbling down the charts and yet longtime confidante i day ellis says domino wouldn't change a note he said then up play i want the people to here exactly what they used to hearing on the rapid and eventually that was one of the things that made him reluctant to play let's say let's he was afraid that he would nasa a word on what him domino toured for many years but eventually settled into life at his compound in the low overnight wart cooking loads of hogshead cheese for as many friends then kim hurricane katrina and everybody thought fats was dead link between a key on that would say he wanted to leave it he said were con man would not be far left my family it alone leave the family survived fats domino lived out the post katrina years in a suburb of new orleans with one of his eight children but his house still stance on captains street in the lower ninth ward the initials f d are on the front facade there are a reminder of the greatness the neighborhood once produced of the golden age of new orleans music and of the fat man who rock the world for npr news i'm going tompkins in new orleans if in view aw on may and june and listening to all things considered from npr news kqed news with tara psychic tara seiler starts after this traffic update from julie deppish oh finally veteran news on.
"klu klux klan" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"I mean i don't i don't think that was a good thing to say i disagree with him saying that he might see he might feel like this is isn't about race but for him to say this is an about race as though this entire situation isn't about race that's not really taking into account what's going on here but you're that's not what was bombing tuesday just wanted to the accusation he just picking on black people well the problem is that it doesn't it when you speak like that it doesn't it basically gives people more fodder to say republicans are not actually paying attention to what people are complaining about here well the we need right grow up beyond people in fodder i don't understand this you'd be president gives somebody ah a reason to misunderstand our misconstrue him then that's on him but since win these this standard a why i guess the same standard i mean at are basically it seems to me like there's been plenty of politicians who may didn't mean but they use the wrong term so it's not like we have done it plenty of times before a certainly we give trump a lot of the benefit of the doubt when it comes to that sort of stuff because we often i mean i i a great there's plenty of times will trump will say something dumb but i get where he sorta coming from i can see that you didn't mean it so i you know that does have to happen a lot with trump but i do think that it's important if we're going to complain about republicans getting painted as automatic racists which i think is an is a valid argument because it's i especially when it comes to you for example i republicans who happened to attend amherst college and one to make a group of themselves because there's not many republicans in amherst those guys being yelled at and automatically ascribed some sort of klu klux klan that white supremacy situation that's horrible that's that's that to me is outrageous on the.
"klu klux klan" Discussed on Double Toasted
"He was one of my gateways to two blaxploitation throughout the time that i would watch blaxploitation movies i discovered there's a lot of them out there that don't fit what we really think of bags blaxploitation and don't even fit net are they they don't even an era that would thinking about the one on won't talk about is barely out of the mid 60s it's a movie called the black klansman from 1960 six in this this is this this is the feeling of a funny movie mayor and the third is music up a little busy seized on it's not planning a disco music this sounds like those those the educational film from the 50s that you are scare people don't marijuana in a kind of plays out there way too and it and it has a reputation for being like i say as filmed in deep secrecy in the south they the film this because if the south at found out that people make this might have been lynched are a worse in oil deals with is a man who his daughter was killed by the klu klux klan not turns out there he sunlight skin that tell that they can't tell and he just he decides to go in disguise undercover and infiltrate the ku klux klan so we can get revenge on the guy that killed his daughter okay and it's funny because then in the other naval movies across the colour line but at the beginning of the movie you'll be met know anything about going into because the opening song it tells you everything you need to know faster i like the way man was back the his his two feels like to really cannot racism air finally i can be racist nothing kills at.
"klu klux klan" Discussed on 790 KABC
"It that way failure on the air what's up all right quest i'll do it yet by a bee he the political ari what started the civil war were democrat this that you wrote segregationists or all democrat the klu klux klan was all democrats owing right up in the thought of my question you hear therapy awareness i don't hear anybody worrying that up well let's do it let's talk about it because because the the again hopes people the door i've trying to look at history to understand things today and if you don't those that do not dr doomed to repeat it and you're four entirely correct the southern democrats in the late nineteenth centuries were the ones that really created the circumstances that resulted in the things we are seeing today the republicans came in and they actually put in african american of governors and legislators and the the democrats became violent and responds to it now i understand they were all traumatized by war but their response was disproportionate and frankly sort of insane and that's what screwed up the rebuilt atia the phone south and then what happened in the federal government was just a mass thing just unwound accordingly at abraham lincoln survive i don't think the democrats would have been able to do that but it is what happened now you can it's i think the reason you don't hear about it today is that the disavowed that heritage and consider themselves the different or changer rehabilitated party in some way the that's why people don't talk about that i i i don't mean india or up going right up to two hundred fifty arts i was totally a democratic organisation that wasn't republika the he was called the mic it was called the solid south that member solid south solid democrat and but all this but i don't you know let's grain of of history we need to talk a bit about that because i think a lot of the blame getting are on the right olry other countries observe yet somehow boy all the way back and i don't think that you're you're you're correct i wouldn't argue with that but what i would say is again because i'm in the middle i don't care i don't.
"klu klux klan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And and have have teamed up with him on on other issues and other policy goals right that socially so you see this as as a distinctive not you in in in in what's going on you think this is has made a difference to his support his elite support base well i was so i don't know if i would say that though i think it remains to be seen whether or not this is actually a turning point in terms of actual support for the president uh you know this is not the first time this has happened you know it's it's you know i you know hearing the president's remarks again in the up to our conversation again it's it's it's sort of stunning again to hear him say these things but he said similar things before during the presidential campaign david duke who is a former klu klux klan leader endorsed donald trump and the president at the time a candidate did not immediately review did not immediately reject that endorsement uh there was another episode where he he took some sort of the internet name for his own twitter account that featured a a star of david and and accused hillary clinton of being the most corrupt can't a candidate ever over a background of 100dollar bills on the campaign had to come out and say no wasn't a star of david it was a sheriff star and so this is not the first time that the president has sort of dance the long that wide of the of dealing in in symbols in language that white supremacist groups often traffic ed uh i would say this is probably the the the clearest out of that but in those previous instances the same sort of thing happened republican leadership republican leaders would come out and be strong in their condemnation of the president and then the storm sorta passes end and they would and they would sorta come back them and work with him again and add be supportive of him again yeah so we'll see okay just frequently on the conservative media they often pick up the the sort of white house talking ports republican talking points have they split ranks on this one in conservative media again it is on a spectrum there have been folks at fox news which is is the the.