Dear KKK (Ku Klux Klan):
I am writing to convince you to stop being racist. Everyone should have equal rights and not be judged according to their skin tone. This should be obvious. I am surprised that your group still includes 5000 to 8000 members. After reading about the history and scientific racism, you should be convinced that you shouldn’t waste your time and energy in a racist group.
The KKK white power group was created in 1865 and has been doing horrible things ever since. It’s a sad fact that people have been dedicated to racism for so long. You have been doing things like suppressing voting, killing, raping and torturing thousands of people just because of their skin color. The KKK had blamed black people for killing and raping white people, but these accusations have been proven false. Your group has had connections with Nazi Germany and is responsible for killing thousands of innocent black Americans. Are you proud of being in a group with such a history? Are you getting any positive effects from your participation in KKK?
Does being in the KKK make you feel superior? If it does I have some bad news for you: scientific racism has been discredited. Racial differentiation is scientifically false, morally wrong, socially unjust and dangerous. There is no justification for racial discrimination, in theory or in practice, anywhere. The second World War already had its disgusting experiments run by Hitler and the Nazis. That showed the world how wrong their opinions were about different races. Knowing that, don’t you think you’re wasting your time and money? You are losing your time on a bad cause, as well as losing your investments in guns, clothing or any KKK group fees.
I don’t get the point of anyone being in the KKK, because it’s based on false information and obsolete. In my opinion only people who are brainwashed or poorly educated would take the step of joining your “ideal” community. It’s never too late to change or quit the group. You’ll set a good example of accepting the truth, and people will see that you’ve grown to be a better person.