Founder of the Ku Klux Klan Statue Stands in the Middle of Washington, D.C., in Judiciary Square
At the University of Texas in Austin, they’re removing from public view the statue of the late Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy during the historic War Between the States. In Memphis, they’re actually uprooting and moving the graves of famous Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest and his entire family. Across the South, statues, busts, pictures and other items that memorialize Confederate war heroes are being defaced, vandalized, and brought down or destroyed.
The Confederate flag, too, is hated and despised and is now banned. Almost everywhere the politically correct, liberal crowd runs rampant, outlawing every vestige, every memory and fragment of Southern heritage.
Black people, especially, love to see the old South kicked around and disrespected, evidently because of the slavery issue. This attitude exists even though it’s been over 150 years since the Civil War. Even the memory of patriotic slave owners like George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, who lived some 80 years before the Civil War, has come under ferocious attack.
But strangely, in the very midst of our nation’s capital, Washington, D. C., stands arrogantly a statue of one of the most famous of Civil War Generals—a Confederate War Memorial in Washington, D. C. Yes, on Judiciary Square, directly in front of a melange of Justice Department buildings and courthouses it stands defiantly, as if it is mocking our nation’s lofty goals. of equal justice, and liberty for all. It is the statue of Albert Pike.
Albert Pike: Confederate War General
Albert Pike was a Confederate War General. During the conflict, Pike was accused of using native Choctaw Indian warriors to take the scalps of slain Yankee soldiers. He would feast his soldiers and the Indians with wagons filled with bawdy whores and ply them with liquor.
President Abraham Lincoln declared rebel Pike a criminal menace and sought to capture and imprison the corrupt General. When the war ended, Pike immediately fled to the safety of neighboring Canada. Some believe that Albert Pike was involved in the conspiracy and plot to murder Lincoln. Nevertheless, he was pardoned after the war by Lincoln’s successor, President Andrew Johnson, a southerner.
Albert Pike: Sovereign Grand Commander of the Masonic Lodge
Back home in South Carolina, Pike was chosen to become the top Mason in America as Sovereign Grand Commander of Scottish Rite Freemasonry. Pike, an academic and a poet (He wrote the famous song, Dixie), rewrote the 33 degree rituals still used up to this day. He authored Morals and Dogma, the authoritative book published by the Masonic Lodge, quoted often by the Lodge’s leaders.
In Morals and Dogma, the satanic nature of the Lodge is meticulously laid out. Pike asserts that the Lodge’s rituals are based strictly on Judaism’s occultic Kabbalah. He urges Masons to “seek after light” and touts Lucifer as the Angel of Light to be followed and obeyed by Freemasons everywhere.
“Lucifer, the Light-bearer… Lucifer, the Son of the Morning! Is it he who bears the light, with its splendors intolerable and blinds feeble, sensual, or selfish souls? Doubt it not!”
Pike, Morals and Dogma, p. 321
So now we clearly see what Albert Pike represents—a Confederate General who became a murderous cut-throat during the Civil War, possessing the Luciferian aims of international Masonry. Perhaps even responsible for the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. But there is still more.
Albert Pike: A Founder of the Ku Klux Klan
Pike, you see, was also a chief founder of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), the pointy-hat, sheet-wearing militia of the supremacist whites during the reconstruction period.
Think about it: Right there, in our nations’ capital, autos buzzing by every day, is this statue of the founder of the much-hated KKK. Yet, no one today seeks to remove the Albert Pike monument from its perch in Judiciary Square. No one has defaced it. It sits there triumphant and safe. This statue is proof that Albert Pike is today both honored and revered.
Why haven’t black rabble-rousers like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson objected to this statue? What of President Obama, himself a black partisan? Why does he do nothing? And what of the Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, also black, or her predecessor, the notorious race-baiter Eric Holder? What have they got to say about the inventor of the KKK being honored, in our nation’s capital no less, with his own memorial statue?
Where are you, “Black Lives Matter” leaders? And why have the members of the Congressional Black Caucus kept their silence?
Pike’s Influence Felt Beyond the Grave
Could it be that Albert Pike continues to exert his dark and dreadful Jewish-Masonic influence far beyond the grave? Why is it that the media dare not speak a solitary negative word denouncing the despicable historic figure, Albert Pike.
It was Voltaire who wrote, “To learn who rules over you simply find out who you cannot criticize.”
Albert Pike represents that hidden rulership tribe, the Kabbalistic Jews. His entire life was a drama that touted Lucifer as “God” and the antichrist Jewish King to come as Messiah of Earth. These facts are known by the powerful who speak not a word. Albert Pike stands proudly on his marble stone pedestal: Founder of the Ku Klux Klan, Civil War Confederate General, Sovereign Grand Commander of Freemasonry, accused mass murderer, and suspected presidential assassin. Let us also add Luciferian and notorious homosexual to this rogue’s list as well.
The abominable statue is accompanied by a wall of silence. And sometimes silence speaks louder than words.