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William Branham - The Present-Day Ku Klux Klan Movement

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William Branham - The Present-Day Ku Klux Klan Movement:

In 1967, a special committee presented a report to the United States Congress. Its purpose: to investigate the Ku Klux Klan Movement. The Ku Klux Klan and all of its splinter groups were fueling hate crimes across the united states, from church bombings, to hangings and burnings, to assassinations, and more. It is believed that the Klan were attempting to infiltrate the United States Government. Their agenda? To promote the idea that the Catholic Church was evil, that African Americans and Jewish were inferior, and that the nation as doomed should it allow things to continue as they were going.

This report examined each and every major sect of the Ku Klux Klan that were still in operation throughout the United States. It also examined many of the affiliated organizations.

One such affiliated organization was the National States Rights Party. Interestingly, it is listed on the very next page after describing William Branham's mentor, Roy E. Davis. Like one early sect of the Ku Klux Klan, the National States Rights Party was headquartered in Jeffersonville, Indiana.

"A dominant figure in the National States Rights Party is a chiropractor, Dr. Edward R. Fields, who presently holds the title of director. Originally headquartered in Jeffersonville, Indiana, the organization moved its national office to Birmingham, Ala., in 1960.
- The Present-Day Ku Klux Klan Movement

In Birmingham, this organization was investigated for the Birmingham church bombings of 1963. The Freedom of Information and Privacy Acts has now made public the investigation in the bombings, entitled "Birmingham, Alabama Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Bombing September 15, 1963."

"The July, 1958, issue of "The Thunderbolt," self-described as the 'official Racial Nationalist Organ of the National States rights Party' (NSRP) reported that rank and file 'States Righters' had merged with UWP under 'the banner of the National States Rights Party,' with national offices at Post Office Box 261, Jeffersonville, Indiana."
- Birmingham, Alabama Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Bombing September 15, 1963.

Interestingly, a member of this group was responsible for an assault on Dr. Martin Luther King. Newspapers describe his encounter in a hotel lobby, wherein a man identified with the NSRP slugged Martin Luther King.

When one fully understands the agenda these groups from Jeffersonville promoted, it is necessary to compare them with examination of William Branham's ministry. Was William Branham a freedom fighter like Martin Luther King, one who stood for injustice and tried to right the wrongs of this nation? Or did he stand on the side of the Klan and the NSRP?

Interestingly, when William Branham described Martin Luther King's fight for the constitutional rights of the African American people, he belittled King's freedom fighting to compare it to his own ability to cash a check without having to pay sales tax.

"And I think that Martin Luther King is Communistic inspired, which is going to lead about a million people to a absolutely a death trap. See? I don't say the Lord told me that. "I" believe, see. And I believe it shouldn't be done. I think that people ought to be Christians and recognize one another as brothers. And, but I think just because... This United States, this government now tells me that I can't even sign a check that—that's be... give to me personally. See? That's constitutional rights taken from me, but what can I do about it? Just go ahead, that's all. See? And it has to go through another system before I as a citizen of the United States can cash a check, has to come through this church, I can't cash it. See? And that's not right. That's unconstitutional. But what—what can I do about it? There's nothing. This tax collector down here is the one told me I couldn't do it, so, well, there it is."
Branham, 63-0721 - He Cares Do You Care?

Was the issue of segregation in the United States as trivial to William Branham as paying his sales tax? Are his statements not offensive to his African American followers? Can we really say that William Branham was speaking with their best interests in mind?

Is it coincidence that the Ku Klux Klan was headquartered in Jeffersonville, Indiana? Is it coincidence that Roy E. Davis was William Branham's mentor? Is it coincidence that other Klan-affiliated groups were headquartered in Jeffersonville, Indiana?

The video:

The report to United States Congress:
(NOTE! This is a VERY large file, do not attempt to download to your cell phone)

The FBI File: