The KKK is distancing itself from a KKK fundraiser for the officer who shot Michael Brown.
Yes, you read that right.
It started when Hatewatch, a blog run by the Southern Poverty Law Center, got a copy of an email sent out last week by Charles "Chuck" Murray. Murray claims to be the director of the New Empire Knights, a KKK group based out of South Carolina. It boasted --
We are setting up a reward/fund for the police officer who shot this thug. He is a hero! We need more white cops who are anti-Zog and willing to put Jewish controlled black thugs in their place. Most cops are cowards and do nothing while 90% of interracial crime is black (and non-white) on white.
See, kids? This is why we don't do the brown acid. Murray claims to have raised over $1,200 so far.
Frank Ancona is the Imperial Wizard of the Traditionalist American Knights, one of the biggest branches of the KKK with 10K members and headquartered in Missouri (so you just know this is going to work out REAL well). He and other top Klan officials are saying the fundraising email and publicity stunting is in poor taste and should be stopped. This is causing a rift among the morons. Ancona takes great pains to not only point out that he thinks what Murray is doing is wrong, but that he's not part of the Klan in any way, shape, or form.
"There are a lot of these little fragmented groups, and when you kick someone out for bad behavior, once someone is kicked out, we call it a banishment, they can decide they want to start their own thing." Ancona thinks that might be Murray's story, that he got booted out of a chapter and started his own. Ancona says he doesn't even know who Murray and his group are. "He basically made up his own name. We are a registered organization. We have a charter with the state. Half of them (the splinter groups -- G) don't have the rituals for our ceremonies." Also, Klan members sign a pledge that they will not talk to the media or ask their help with raising donations. Only certain high ranking individuals can do that, and it's rare.
I'm sure you noticed the "might be" in the above paragraph. The reason it is there is because Ancona is not convinced "Murray" is a real person or that his organization is real. Ancona and other high rankers in his organization tried to find Murray and confirm he was somehow connected with the KKK at some point, but they came up dry. "No one has ever heard of the guy, I talked to the older members of our group. There are other legitimate Klan organizations, but this group here sprand out in the last year or so. I don't believe he has any members. I think it's just him. This is not even a Klan member, they don't even have their own legitimate website. It's a scam, he is just trying to capitalize on the situation. The Klan is not out soliciting money. We do ask for donations from members for different events, we have dues, but this is not the case here."
This isn't to say Ancona wouldn't organize on the officer's behalf himself. He's already been sharing tweets that suggest the shooting was justified and the officer should be exonerated. "Maybe we will do something to assist, once the justice system does its diligence. We may help around his home (maybe they'll help with the laundry, separating the whites and the coloreds. I'm SUCH a bitch -- G). We are sitting here waiting to see what the prosecutor comes up with. Will this go to a grand jury? Will they indict him? We would like to look at what they're charging him with, what the police report says, to see what's going on, and then we will decide if we will help him." Ancona also already has some of his troopers doing citizen patrols in Ferguson. The patrols are kept quiet, with members forbidden to wear their pajamas in public or to protest, and Ancona is refusing to identify which neighborhoods and stores are being watched "for their safety." Remember when I mentioned 911 was refusing to dispatch anyone to Ferguson? Well, this is the result, with people specifically asking the KKK for help.
I swear, any day now, I expect to see a guy who looks like Al Pancino standing in the middle of Ferguson and saying, "Vanity is definitely my favorite sin."