Re: FW: An Open Reply / League of The South / Republican Party Education Committee
Date: Thu, 28 Jun 2007
Whenever I have contacted HK about anything I have always learned something remarkable,
usually from both himself and someone he knows. He has actually been quite an
inspiration to me in more ways than I can count.
The story of the south is written in the blood of blacks and whites.
Confederacy never would have lasted as long as it did if it were not for the
blacks who fought for its defense and supported its economy. I hope there will
be a day where the southern cross is an accepted part of Americana instead of
being typecast by your local KKK and liberal socialists as a symbol of hate.
HK gives me hope that day will indeed come.
HK has a fire in his eyes and a burning in his gut that is truly remarkable.
I hope more Southerners will embrace our bi-racial history as it truly is and
accept the fact that black southerners are just as southern as the whites, even
if many of them have been placated by the Democrats and social welfare, which
is a travesty unto itself.
I agree that HK is a great proponent of race relations. Even if some Republicans
will not embrace what he is trying to do, I will not be one of them.
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Date: Thu, 28 Jun 2007 10:52:30
Subject: Re: FW: An Open Reply / League of The South / Republican Party Education
HK was nice enough to forward his/your letters to his friends.
You asked if he was involved in Republican Party. I am past Vice Chairman of
the Aiken County Republican Party and my wife and I have been a delegates to
the last four or five state conventions in South Carolina.
I regret to inform you that the party loyalists in this area have become very
disenchanted with our party due to the Amnesty the party is trying to push for
illegal aliens pardon.
The Republican Party has also missed the chance of a lifetime to enhance race
relations by not embracing HK.
I hear all this rhetoric about Barrack Obama being a speaker for the masses
and he is a good speaker but then I have to tell you he cannot hold a light
to HK in front of a crowd. If I were a wheel in the Republican Party I would
have HK as the keynote speaker at the state and national conventions and would
be willing to bet he could put Barrack on his heels in about two minutes.
I have personally seen him fire up a bunch of racists ( that is what those
of us are referred to as lovers of our Confederate Battle Flag are
and bring them to a fire breathing tempo. HK is a dynamic speaker for sure.
He is loved by more white folks than you could ever imagine.
I will always remember we had a parade in Birmingham, Alabama in I think it
was 2001 and being near the head of the parade I was able to secure a place
on the capitol steps at the flag rally that was held that day. During the program
I heard this voice saying something of interest and turned around and what do
I see but HK in a Confederate overcoat talking to others at base of steps well
below my level.
I began to yell at him to get his attention and when he looked up I told him
in the meanest voice I could muster to "Get your can up here, NOW!"
around me turned to see who I was yelling at and they starting screaming for
him to get up at the front. What I did not know was the press was filming him
and apparently caught me and others screaming at him and he started wading through
the crowd to get up the steps. When he arrived at our level the press got a
shock. HK was hugged by everyone that could get a hand on him. Then we told
him to work his way to the top and maybe get to speak.
Off to the side was this reporterette and her cameraman filming these racists
and things were not going the way the press wanted. I saw this reporterette
coming with her cameraman and she was literally shaking and extremely nervous
and she comes up to me and sticks her mic in my face and said, "Who is
that?" I told her, "That is the guy you want to talk to!".
This poor girl was so afraid of us it was remarkable. Here she had come to a
potential race relations disaster and the red neck good ole boys were hugging
a black guy.
Five minutes later I see her interviewing HK off to the side and he was giving
it to her chapter and verse. He was wasting his breath because it never got
aired I am sure.
A good speaker can work a crowd and HK has developed into a miracle worker
for race relations and in my opinion has done more for race relations in the
South than any other person I have ever heard.
You ask about the League of the South being racist. I am not a member however
I know a goodly number of their members at all levels and can say I have never
seen or heard of any negative comments made about blacks etc. I realize this
does not fit with the Southern Poverty Law Center's portrayal of the organization
but fact is fact.
If you have not heard HK speak you need to invite him to come speak and tell
you the real truth about the Lincoln and then you will realize you have been
lied to your entire life.
In conclusion I must advise you that I have an agenda for you see I had a ancestor
who was a Sergeant in Co. B, 52nd Regt, 14th Corps, Ohio Volunteer Infantry
who was on Sherman's left flank coming through South Carolina. He passed within
three miles of where I am sitting. How do I know this? I have 54 letters he
wrote home to Ohio during the war and not one of them speaks of saving the "negroes"
though he does have a lot of negative things to say about them. He was a Quaker
and by his writings he would definitely qualify as a racist. I am not proud
of him as a ancestor.
I am proud of another Great Grandfather who was a member of Co A, 7th.
Cavalry, 69th North Carolina. (Co A and B were Cherokee Indians). He went off
to the war and did not return and left five little ones at home when he left
for the war.
In conclusion I would encourage you to get HK to speak to the educational establishment
in your area and especially let him speak to all the kids. He will be the most
memorable speaker they have ever heard.
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