BLACK LIVES MATTER
IN PENNSYLVANIA AND OREGON
DEMOCRATS BETTER CAMPAIGN
WHERE THE KKK LIVE IN PENNSYLVANIA
TRUMP IS A REPUBLICAN, RACIST,
TRUMP IS THE KKK CONFEDERATE GENERAL FIGHTING THE LAST BATTLE OF THE CIVIL WAR.
THE FBI SAYS
WHITE SUPREMACISTS ARE TERRORISTS
The KKK’s website states that the organization’s primary goal is to “stop White genocide.”
Proud Boys a far-right organization that has been described as a hate group.
“Effective by close of business Wednesday, September 4, 2019, the Bon Air Fire Company has been relieved of duty indefinitely.” Haverford Township said Wednesday that the volunteer fire company was relieved of duty after it refused to dismiss a member who was trying to join the Proud Boys, a far-right organization that has been described as a hate group.
Bruce C. McClay is alarmingly, another Philadelphia Proud Boy who has his tentacles in the Emergency response community. He is a Lieutenant at the Bon Air fire co. in Havertown. <https://phillyproudboys.noblogs.org/bruce-c-mcclay/>
Zach Rehl (President)
Aaron Wolkind-Whallon D.O.B March 1984, is the vice president for the Philly Proud Boys, and seems to be an active organizer for the group.
- Beaver Falls: Ku Klos Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
- Oil City: Ku Klos Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
- Friedens: Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
- Girardville: East Coast Knights Of The True Invisible Empire
Pennsylvania housed 36 active hate groups last year, ranking 8th in the country: report Posted Feb 20, 2019
The Oregon state election of 1922 was known as “the Klan election.”
That election elevated Kaspar K. Kubli to the speaker of the house where he led a delegation that was almost majority KKK members. The state senate had such a majority. This is one of the first laws they passed
In 1922-1925, the Ku Klux Klan saw unlikely growth in Tillamook, a small county found on the northern Oregon coast. Soon after the rise of the Klan’s presence in Portland, Oregon, the Klan was established in Tillamook. Due to the lack of alternative establishments to help residents interpret the many social, economic, racial, and political changes, the Klan found lots of success in Tillamook. For many local citizens, the Klan represented a complex and almost democratic way of defending political values, religious rights, and personal behavior. The KKK also offered recognition of many native-born Protestants who were not previously accepted in their society. Tillamook was much different, socially and economically than most southwestern cities, racially divided southern towns, and more densely populated areas where the Klan thrived. The KKK was originally drawn to Tillamook because of the lack of external opposition and threats. While no klansmen were directly involved with local political occupations, becoming allies with the KKK was essential for any politician to succeed and get re-elected.
The Ku Klux Klan’s development and growth across America was widely known as the “Middle-Class Movement”. Initial growth in Portland, Oregon was fundamentally founded on this principle. The traditions of the middle class, as well as their populist beliefs, complimented the black exclusion laws that existed in the mid-1800s. In addition, there were anti-Chinese and anti-Japanese sentiments present because of the populations of such groups in Portland and the surrounding areas. Portland was not fully made up of middle-class citizens, however, and its political activity was often anti-populist. The Klan had a very deep and complex presence in Portland, and no membership records exist of Klan members in the early 1900s. During the months of February and April of 1922, over two thousand klansmen participated in induction ceremonies, but the specific number of Portland klansmen is still unknown. Members of the KKK in Portland came from a variety of backgrounds including doctors, lawyers, businessmen, clerks, and many other professions.
TRUMP IS A RACIST RACKETEER
House Speaker Kaspar K. Kubli — a known Klan member — they got right on that as soon as the session started, bright and early in 1923.
They started off in the state legislature by focusing their fire on Oregon’s Catholic minority, starting with an ordinance against wearing religious outfits in public-school classrooms. This meant nuns, who at the time often served as schoolteachers in public as well as private schools, could no longer wear habits and veils. This law passed unanimously in the House and with only two dissenting votes in the Senate.
Next came an initiative petition presented to the voters that would mandate compulsory public school for all Oregon children. This was a gun aimed directly at the Catholic Church, which of course had a well-developed network of parochial schools around the state. By a narrow margin, this passed, and for a while it looked like the Catholic Church was going to be out of the education business in Oregon.
A few other of K.K. Kubli’s plans didn’t fare so well. A scheme to eliminate Columbus Day from Oregon’s holiday calendar (a symbolic slap at the Knights of Columbus) failed, as did a blatantly unconstitutional plan to ban sacramental wine and to start taxing Catholic church property (but not that of Protestant churches).
Relying primarily on a narrative, chronological approach, this study examines Ku Klux Klan activities in Pennsylvania’s twenty-five western-most counties, where the state organization enjoyed greatest numerical strength. The work covers the period between the Klan’s initial appearance in the state in 1921 and its virtual disappearance by 1928, particularly the heyday of the Invisible Empire, 1923–1925.