The fellowship of International Keystone Knights of the KKK wants to "adopt" a one mile stretch of highway in Union City, Georgia. Although I am sure that most people realize who we are dealing with in this battle, I think we should look for the similarities, not the differences in this case. The KKK is a secret society, hidden by anonymity that performs ritual chanting in ceremonies with an agenda to recruit members to grow their fellowship in the name of God. There are groups that disagree with them and are disgusted with there ceremonies and actions. They are welly organized and unfortunately can not just be ignored, like other secret organizations who the apologetic members say that it is your choice, and you just have to walk away from them, sometime you just can't.
Unfortunately, the KKK is a cult that is invading the very fabric of our society and you can't just walk away, no matter how many of the cult members tell you that you have the choice to do that.
KKK chapter wants to adopt stretch of Georgia highway
By Nick Valencia, CNN
June 11, 2012 -- Updated 2033 GMT (0433 HKT)
Atlanta (CNN) -- A North Georgia chapter of the Ku Klux Klan has applied to "adopt" a stretch of highway in Union County, Georgia, according to paperwork obtained by CNN on Monday.
The application, which would allow the white supremacy group to receive state recognition for cleaning up a one-mile portion of a highway, was filed by the International Keystone Knights of the KKK on May 21.
If the Georgia Department of Transportation accepts the application, the KKK would be responsible for cleaning litter on a part of Georgia State Route 515 in the Appalachian Mountains near the North Carolina border.
"All we want to do is adopt a highway," said April Chambers, the chapter's secretary. "We're not doing it for publicity. We're doing it to keep the mountains beautiful. People throwing trash out on the side of the road ... that ain't right."
Jill Goldberg, a Georgia DOT spokeswoman, confirmed the application but said, "the department is deferring comment beyond that, however, until a resolution is determined."
DOT officials will discuss the matter Monday with representatives from the state attorney general's office, she said.
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What makes some secret societies who claim to be guided by a higher power different? Should people complain? What if no one puts up a fight to stop this.