If you doubt that our government is under the control of white supremacists, you are not paying attention. Donald Trump first two choices for his advisory staff were Steve Bannon and Jeff Sessions. It was immediately obvious that Trump was not just a racist, he was a white nationalist. He has been endorsed by the Ku Klux Klan, Breitbart, and other hate groups.
Bannon is a member of alt-right, and his writing while the chief executive of ‘Breitbart’ offered ample proof that he was a member of a group which believes that whites are superior to any other race, and have a right to treat men and women of color as their slaves.
Sessions has a long history of racism and likely has a white, hooded robe in his closet. And on Friday, Sessions offered additional proof that he is indeed a white supremacist.
As Attorney General, he heads the Department of Justice. So when he removed funding from “Life After Hate,” a group which fights violent extremism, specifically white supremacists, he removed all doubt that he is a card carrying member of the Ku Klux Klan.
President Obama had promised $400,000 to “Life After Hate,” which was the only group attempting to reform former men and women who supported white nationalism.
Naturally any individual who believes in the superiority of whites would find funding which would assimilate former members of his group back into intelligent and rational society would reject that group’s efforts.
“Life After Hate” will remain intact, however, with the lack of funding much of its high tech efforts in conjunction with law enforcement agencies will not be available.
Sources inside the Justice Department stated that the funds for “Life After Hate” will be diverted to “fighting Muslim terrorists.”
If this sounds like that actions of a white supremacist, you are learning to accept the truth; congratulations.
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Op-ed by James Turnage
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