Why kkk members wear white sheet?

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Why kkk members wear white sheet?

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It’s a Christian Masonic Order. The “Freemasons” The “Brotherhood of Death” It is a secret society, because you do not know who members are and what they plan to do. They do not give much to charity because their charity is their own members. They look after their own, any child needs life saving surgery the fraternity pays for it. It is corrupt they own the federal bank and the bank of England, they print money out of nothing and it is not regulated. They include the Rothschild’s, Morgan’s and the Rockefellers. Blair and bush are high ranking masons; Blair is a 7th degree mason. There are two factions of the free masons originating in the UK the York right and the Scottish right. Masons from York went and build major buildings in New York including the statue of Liberty, the moved from York England and build a city in America and called it the New York. Washington including the Whitehouse was build by freemasons from Edinburgh Scotland. The free masons control the economic order of th

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The origins of the use of the costume are unclear. Although the organization has no relationship with Spain or Catholicism, except to be anti-Catholic in the 20th century manifestation, the contemporary white gown with a cone hat follows the Spanish Roman Catholic “Nazareno” tradition. Such garments have been traditionally used in festivities such as Holy Week, symbolizing the act of penance. In Spain and its former colonies, the pointed hat is called “Capirote”. The KKK supposedly adopted elements of symbolism from the novels of Sir Walter Scott: for example, in the use of the Fiery cross. There are a number of explanations given as to what the white robe of the second Klan represents: The ghosts of the Confederate troops in the American Civil War. The white represents the white race, reflecting the racist ideals of the organization. The pointed hood also resembles that of a medieval executioner (although this was usually black, and that of grand inquisitor.) The red cross on the whit

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