1965 View On The Censorship Of Huckleberry Finn, In The Eyes Of A Member Of The Ku Klux Klan

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1965 Censorship of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn in the eyes of a member of the Ku Klux Klan

In today's society there are too many things happing that spread the "Negro" propaganda. Niggers and nigger lovers are going all around the country and forcing the United States federal government to take away states' rights to pick and choose there own laws. The nigger race was brought to this country to serve the clearly superior white people of this great country. One hundred years ago a tyrant of this country gave up the wishes of our great founding fathers, and forced unwilling, good people and good states to follow his autocracy views by starting the Civil War of America. Today there are nigger lovers in this country, trying to keep our children from learning the correct history of the country. In a book called The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn the correct name for this inferior race "nigger" is stated many times over and is the subject of a nigger loving movement to ban the book. Censorship of a God given word for a race that he has put under the white Christian's feet, is an evil Satan spawned thing that can only lead to a communist equal idea of unequal races.

First, is the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. This book is about a

nigger loving boy who helps a slave escape down the Mississippi River to freedom. Though I don't agree with the message of this book, it would be very hypocritical of me

to censor history when it doesn't carry my message (something our opponents are doing every day and the communist media is doing everyday). This is a book of history and has a historical word in it, and, in the words of a great brother in our Klan, "To lie about History is a Crime against Humanity." (www.kkklan.com) This is just what our enemy the niggers, democrats, and nigger lovers are doing, lying about history. To give you an idea of the content of this book a few small excerpts are:

"Niggers would come from all around there and give Jim anything they had, just for a sight of that five-center piece; but they wouldn't touch it, because the devil had had his hands on it." (Twain 6),

"I never see such a nigger. If he got a notion in his head once, there warn't no getting it out again. He was the most down on Solomon of any nigger I ever see." (Twain 78)

"The old lady took care of the room herself, though...

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