The scary return of the Ku Klux Klan

The scene is running a chill up the back: a burning cross on a clearing in the forest somewhere in the U.S. State of Missouri. Round about 20 white clad figures stand at few meters distance. The faces obscured, round holes indicate where the eyes are. Everyone wears a top hat on his head. The full moon shines above all. His white light shines on this secret place, where the members of the infamous Ku Klux Klan meet. You have come together for a solemn ceremony. The fire represents their faith in God. Reminiscent of but also the dark history that hood institution, such burning crosses in front of the houses of blacks lined up in the first half of the 20th century – a death threat. At that time, had up to five million members of the Klan, tortured and killed thousands of blacks and propagated the “supremacy of the white race”. Today, moderately is the Klan, has allegedly left violence behind. The belief in “White supremacy” members still Continue Reading

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