they cant win unless we are fucking ourselves is the bottom line here

Truth Tuesday: This one may be hard to believe, but it is estimated that at least 20,000 Negros have joined the KKK beginning in the 1920’s. One source of this information is a book called: “The Ku Klux Spirit”, by J.A. Rogers, noted Negro historian of the 1920’s. The Ku Klux Spirit was first published in 1923, by Messenger Publishing Co. It was republished in 1980, by Black Classic Press. On page 34 of his book we find the amazing passage: “A fact not generally known is that there were thousands of Negro Klansmen. These were used as spies on other Negroes and on Northern Whites.”
A second source is the book “Ku Klux Klan, It’s Origins, Growth, and Disbandment”, by J.C. Lester (one of the six original founders of the first Ku Klux Klan) and D.L. Wilson (another early Klansman). The book was first published in 1884. The book was re-printed in 1905. In that edition, Walter L. Fleming, Ph.D., added an introduction. Again in 1905, there were still plenty of original Klansmen and others who had lived during the Reconstruction Era. In the introduction we find Fleming’s statement: “Many of the genuine Unionists later joined in the movement (the KKK), and there were some few Negro members, I have been told.”
And a third source of this information is the book, “Nathan Bedford Forrest: A Biography”, by Jack Hurst. On page 305 we find this interesting quote: “…(the Klan was) reorganized to oppose radical proponents (the Radical Republicans) of what it perceived to be Black domination, NOT to scourge Blacks themselves. Although it has been written that Ku Klux Klan ranks were open only to the more than 100,000 honorably discharged ex-Confederate veterans, the hierarchy in some areas and some instances seems to have accepted and even recruited Blacks, provided they went along with Conservative-Democratic political philosophy. In Memphis of late 1868, sixty-five Blacks organized a “Colored Democratic Club” under the watchful eye of Klansman-editor Gallaway – – who according to an account in the Appeal, “made a motion on behalf of the White men present, that they give employment and protection to Colored democrats.”
There is other information as well and a trove of pictures if you are willing to research

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