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I’m not saying the entire KKK is jewish, because it’s not, but like all groups that stir up racism and cause division, it certainly has it’s share of them. Both in leadership, members, and provocateurs, there are always plenty of jews afoot. It just so turns out that the KKK got it’s name from the Greek word kyklos meaning circle, and jews got the name kike from the yiddish word kikel meaning circle as well.

Knowing jews are always found on both sides of the racism equation (i.e. KKK, Nazi Party, NAACP, ACLU, SPLC, ADL) it’s at the very least quite intriguing that these names have such similar origins. Another intriguing note is that jews often attach great significance to names, and are known to alter them like this to fit different purposes.

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If all human non-jews are smart they will put the racial differences aside, and focus real racist hatred onto the jews stirring the pot. This doesn’t mean you can’t be a white nationalist, a black nationalist, or a person of any race who is proud of their skin color, heritage, culture, or whatever you may think defines you. I am not racist except against jews, and I implore others to look at it the same way.

The jews are the most racist people on the planet, and yet they use racism to divide the rest of us, so they may rape us at will. Naturally, we should all be racist against them, if for nothing else than rational self defense.

All that any of this is meant to identify is that white, black, and every other non-jewish race are stuck on a sinking raft together. We can either fight with each other as we ride our limp dingy down into the darkest depths of the sea, or we can recognize we are sinking because of the jew with the ice pick, poking all the holes in our floaty. If we’re smart, we can work together to throw their asses overboard, and finally get on with patching the raft, before we never see dry land again.

Confused?

So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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