It turned out that President Donald Trump’s grandfather and father were members of the KKK Organization. The trump family of German origin are members of dangerous organizations.
An investigation was launched against the fans of the German football club Cottbus, who demonstrated by wearing racist organization Ku Klux Klan hood in the USA. Police are looking for the person who took the group’s photo and shared it on social media.
During the 2016 Presidential battle the inquiry was raised of whether President Donald Trump’s dad was an individual from the famous residential psychological militant association, the Ku Klux Klan.
The claim originates from a capture record demonstrating that the President’s dad, Fred Trump who lived with his mom Elizabeth at 175-24 Devonshire Road, was captured because of an experience with the Klan at what the media incorrectly called a Ku Klux Klan rally.
Actually, history specialists have affirmed that it was the yearly Queen County Memorial Day Parade of 1927.
Here is a once-over of what occurred and why history is here and there obscured by legislative issues.
Everything starts in the year 1915 with the principal account highlight film, Birth of a Nation by D.W. Griffith. In light of the novel, The Klansman, the film caused a recovery of the “Imperceptible Empire” also called the Ku Klux Klan and by 1924, there were an expected 4,000,000 Klansman.
In Queens, there was the Major Emmet D. Smith Klan No. 38, Knights of the Invisible Empire. The Klan even consumed a cross on the yard of the Holy Child Church at 111-11 86th Ave. in Richmond Hill in 1924.
Klan action, albeit moderate in Queens County, was extremely solid on Long Island in the towns of Freeport and Bay Shore. The Klan even constrained major political triumphs in Islip, Brookhaven and Oyster Bay. Because of a government law made by New York Senator and future chairman of New York City, Jimmy Walker, the Klan needed to give a rundown of its individuals.
Known as the “Walker Law”, the resolution uncovered that there were 169 occupants of Richmond Hill who were card-conveying individuals from the Klan. Different individuals hailed from Woodhaven, Kew Gardens, Forest Hills and even Glendale, Flushing and College Point.
On none of these vaults shows up the name for Fred Trump or any family members.
The yearly Queens County Memorial Day Parade was hung on May 30, 1927.
The Klan applied for a license to walk in what was then one of New York City’s biggest Memorial Day marches. Their licenses, in any case, were denied and in counter, the Klan did a cross consuming, in Briarwood, on May 27.
The Klan continued and applied once more. Twenty four-hours before the procession was to start word began flowing that in spite of the fact that Mayor Walker was holding up the grant, the Klan would walk at any rate. A few network associations pulled out of the walk including the Knights of Columbus and the Allied Veterans Association because of the Klan’s dangers.
The Klan walked at any rate. Every one of the 1,000 with 400 of them ladies and were joined by the one hundred man solid Nassau County Rangers and the Liberty Band.
The procession started in Richmond Hill and finished up at the Soldiers and Sailors Monument (Merrick Boulevard and Hillside Avenue). The landmark was a bronze sculpture of triumph, remembering the fallen in the Civil War, etched by Frederick W. Ruckstall.
The procession was 3.7 miles long. At 89th Street came the principal experience with Klan and cops. Police Inspector George Haerie of Jamaica halted the Klan unforeseen. Marshal Colonel Edward A. Watkins and Mrs. Adelaide Price speaking to the woman Klan headed the Klan.
To the sound of Onward Christian Soldier, the Klan got through the police bar and walked down into Richmond Hill behind the Triangle Hofbrau. In the triangle square where Jahn’s, the RKO Keith’s Richmond Hill and Salerno’s once remained, in 1927 remaining in their future spots were a pipes and home improvement shop, an attire steady and a food merchants showcase.
Furthermore, it was in this reasonable opening that the Klan experienced difficulty. Young people from Jamaica High School tossed spoiled leafy foods onto the passing Klan individuals from on 126ht Street Main Line LIRR trestle.
Yells were currently being traded to and fro between Klan marchers and the group. Singular spectators dashed into the motorcade course, hollering, pushing Klansman and ladies, who likewise pushed back. Fistfights broke out.
Chief McQueeney of the Jamaica Precinct positioned his men on the two sides of the
Avenue and permitted the remainder of the marchers through and afterward permitted Queens Boulevard cross traffic to proceed. The Klan was held up toward the end. Ten minutes passed. The threatening group in upon the Klan marchers and struck people aimlessly. Spoiled foods grown from the ground were tossed at them.
The group likewise ambushed E.M. Peterkin, a Klansman, wrestling ceaselessly his KKK flag. There were even Klan riding a horse. George Whitsu, a Klan chief, bounced over a barricading squad car and headed into Jamaica. The Klan saw this a pushed on.
At the 165th Street a surveying stand was set up on Hillside Avenue from which Congressman John Kindred, Rabbi Benjamin Werner of the Jamaica Jewish Center looked as police hit Klansman with Billy clubs and captured various onlookers for “inability to scatter” One of these observers… was Fred Trump.
In every one of the five Klan were captured for ambushing a patrolman. Three were liberated and two were sentenced and served a limited quantity of time.
The Daily Star of June 1, 1927 reports that Fred Trump was “excused on a charge of declining to scatter from a motorcade when requested to do as such.” Trump was the just one of the seven to have his charges excused at the arraignment. The motorcade went straight through Trump’s old neighborhood of Jamaica and was gone to by 100,000 individuals.
There is nothing at all interfacing Fred Trump to the Klan other than his minor nearness as an observer to the biggest Memorial Day Parade in the nation.
The good ways from the home at 175-24 Devonshire Road in Jamaica (which despite everything stands today) and where he was captured is just ¾ of a mile away or around a 10-minute stroll from his front entryway.
Miranda cautioning would come 40 years after the fact.
The racist and xenophobia of the anti-semitic Ku Klux Klan, the “black mark” of US history, has reignited. While the Trump administration is silent to the actions of the organization, the European press expresses that this shows the true face of Trump with the photos they carry on their covers.
Next to the photograph depicted with the Ku Klux Clan Organization, which defends the superiority of whites and attacks black spaces and businesses, it writes “Das wahre gesicht des Donald Trump”, namely “the real face of Donald Trump”.
While the racist group Ku Klux Klan (KKK) members marched on the streets of the city of Charlottesville with torches in their hands last week in the USA, the flaring events cannot be prevented, while the Trump administration remains silent to those who are.
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