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KKK Recruiting Children and War Veterans for Next Armed Race War

The Ku Klux Klan is preparing for the next armed race war and they are recruiting children and returned soldiers as their front line forces.

At a recruitment rally held in Parkersburg, West Virginia, a Klan leader explained how the notorious hate group was planning to go in a different direction in the days to come.

“We’re going to do something a little different for probably the next couple of years to try to get our men and women ready for the upcoming battle that we’re about to take upon us, and this is something that no Klan has ever done and we’re going to start it,” the hooded leader said in a picnic area serving as their meeting area. “All our boys are finally coming back home from the military, which is good, and we’re getting a lot more military members to join.”

Among the 40 or so people at the Ku Klan Klan gathering several children were also present, including one boy – a member of the Klan since birth – who said he enjoyed coming to events like this one.

“I enjoy days like today, because I like being around people, not disgusting people, not drug addicts,” the boy, decked out in Klan garb said with his proud, hooded parents stood by, ready to explain that by drug addicts they meant people who were not white.

The grand dragon for Virginia James Moore said that the Klan has already managed to recruit from all levels of white society into its cause and admitted they are trying to recruit new members – especially veterans and young people – for the events they see playing out the days ahead.

“Black people, white people, we’re all getting tired of the government, and pretty soon you can see the government collapse,” Moore said. “And when the government keeps on sending their money over to Israel, and it finally collapses, you can see the Klan take it back and make this nation the way it needs to be.”

Currently, there are an estimated 6500 members of the Klan in the United States, most in the south.

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