See the KKK for who they really are & don't be fooled
The KKK is on the rise in Michigan and has been since 2007. The KKK has been successful in recruiting new members due to the loss of jobs in Michigan and a rise in crime. The KKK fools new members into thinking they are a group who promotes “uplifting and bettering our race.” Many desperate people fall for their lies. There are a total of five active groups across Michigan. The KKK claim many Americans have been forced out of jobs due to the rise in illegal immigrants who have migrated here and are willing to work for less wages than the average American citizen. They are successful in taking the American workers discontent and channeling into racism. Phil Lawson, the imperial wizard of the United Northern and Southern Knights, the largest KKK group is located right here in Michigan. Phil Lawson is claiming the Klan is growing in astounding numbers. The KKK are drawing people in because they seem to be saying things that seem to make sense to those who have been victims of Michigan's jobless rate. Some Klan members claim, they are not racist, they are affirming their Christian beliefs and use Christianity to recruit members. The KKK has seen a tremendous growth in Oakland and Macomb Counties in Michigan. Klansmen gather at white power music concerts or socialize at so-called unity rallies’ with other white supremacists, as to participate in ritualistic cross burnings in the rural wilderness. Parents be cautious of the music your children are listening to, who they are hanging out with and where they are going. Teenagers who's families are members of the Klan try to recruit other teenagers to join. The KKK is a valid threat to our communities, they have managed to voice their opinions in debates and have a history of using violence.