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'The KKK Was Founded, in Part, As a Gun Control organization'

Cenk talks to UCLA Law Professor and author Adam Winkler and Ray Hinton, a gun-owner on TYT's own production staff, about the kind of weaponry that existed when the Second Amendment was conceived.
Monday - Friday 7e/4p
http://current.com/shows/the-young-turks/


Former Ku Klux Klan Leader Johnny Lee Clary

Former Ku Klux Klan leader Johnny Lee Clary on moving from hate to tolerance - Enough Rope.

He explains how Reverend Wade Watts, an NAACP leader, disarmed him by being cool, funny and brave, engaging in some first-rate psy-ops.


John Safran: Can a Jew Join the KKK?

John Safran travels to California to ask a Red Dragon (Chapter Boss) to see if he could can join the Ku Klux Klan. The only problem is that Safran is from a nice Jewish family from Melbourne.


Malcolm X on Dr. Martin Luther King

The white man pays Reverend Martin Luther King, subsidizes Reverend Martin Luther King, so that Reverend Martin Luther King can continue to teach the Negroes to be defenseless. That's what you mean by non-violent: be defenseless. Be defenseless in the face of one of the most cruel beasts that has ever taken a people into captivity. That's this American white man. And they have proved it throughout the country by the police dogs and the police clubs.

A hundred years ago they used to put on a white sheet and use a bloodhound against Negroes. Today they've taken off the white sheet and put on police uniforms, they've traded in the bloodhounds for police dogs, and they're still doing the same thing. And just as Uncle Tom, back during slavery, used to keep the Negroes from resisting the bloodhound, or resisting the Ku Klux Klan, by teaching them to love their enemy, or pray for those who use them spitefully, today Martin Luther King is just a 20th century or modern Uncle Tom, or a religious Uncle Tom, who is doing the same thing today, to keep Negroes defenseless in the face of an attack, that Uncle Tom did on the plantation to keep those Negroes defenseless in the face of the attacks of the Klan in that day.


The Birth of a Nation

The Birth of a Nation is one of the most influential and controversial films in the history of cinema.

It is set during the American Civil War and is directed by D.W.

Griffith and was released on February 8, 1915.

It is important in film history for its innovative technical achievements and also for its controversial promotion of white supremacism and glorification of the Ku Klux Klan, who continue to actively use it as a recruiting tool.

The film was based on Thomas Dixon's novels The Clansman and The Leopard's Spots.

It was entitled The Clansman, but on the advice of author Thomas W.

Dixon was retitled.