KLAN Women

L.O.T.I.E.S.

Ladies of the Invisible Empire

 

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LOTIE MembersWomen of the Ku Klux Klan is a White Women’s organization. This does not mean that we are enemies of the colored races. But we do wish to remain separate as the Bible says … (Exodus 33:16 ). Women of the Ku Klux Klan, is an American organization. We do restrict membership to native born American Citizens. The records show that recently the immigrants that are flooding our country; come here not because of any love of America, but only to serve their own interests and Country from which they come. Most aliens send their wages back home to help their families, which truly hurts the American economy. In their hearts, there is still the tie which binds them to their home land … unlike the flood of immigrants that built America. These immigrants were White, European immigrants who learned English and the American way of life, upon their arrival to this great land.

 

We are also a Christian organization that believes a good Christian home is the best way to teach our children; to have good morals and to respect the laws of nature. We can say to the world, without apology, that our forefathers founded this as a Christian nation. That is the purpose of the K.K.K., to re-establish and maintain it as such … a white Christian country for God, Race and Nation. As the old saying goes, “behind any man stands a good woman”. It is the duty of all white Christian women to raise their children and family in a good safe and clean christian household. It was a woman who gave this American Nation it’s flag. There are also many women of the Revolutionary period who stand out clearly in history; as great Patriots and lovers of this great nation. Membership in this order can not be bought. To become a member of the Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, a citizen of the Invisible Empire, you must be a white woman of DEPENDABLE CHARACTER; that when you assume your OATH, you will keep it with steadfastness and courage and always Honor your OATH.

 

White Women … The Time Is Now, to stand up for what you believe in … Our race and our nation, is in your hands … Remember your white today, because your ancestors practiced racial segregation yesterday.

 

LOTIE Rose

Ladies of the Invisible Empire​ … In the first Era Klan of the 1860’s, women were not allowed to be full members of the KKK due to some of the anti klan laws passed by the government. Most laws passed during the Reconstruction era, were anti white and anti christian. These laws were harsh, making slaves of any white who refused to bow down to the north. At the conclusion of the civil war, 86% of the Confederate Army joined the Ku Klux Klan. But, behind every white man, lies a good white woman. When the Klan was born in 1865, women purposely stayed in the background. These women knew who the male members were, but refused to talk. The invisible women were responsible for making the robes and hoods of this Invisible Empire. These women, aware of northern aggression, kept secret the names of those who would receive the robes and hoods, knowing that their dedication and secrecy was important for the cause of saving the south from such northern aggression.

 

The Women of the Ku Klux Klan was founded in Little Rock Arkansas on June 2nd, 1923. First Imperial Commander Lulu Markwell as also President of the (WCTU) Womans Christian Temperance Union. By the end of 1923, the W.K.K.K. had well over 250,000 women members, in at least 48 states. After Markwell’s resignation in June of 1924, Robbie Gill, the W.K.K.K’s Imperial Kligrapp, took over as the groups leader.​ A year later, Robbie Gill married Arkansas Grand Dragon, James A. Comer … who was also the Klan’s lawyer. Mr. Comer was responsible for having the Imperial Office grant the first Woman’s Charter … and as such, the W.K.K.K. was founded.

 

The Women’s Klan also lead to other groups such as, the Ladies of the Invisible Empire (L.O.T.I.E.), as well as the White American Protestants (W.A.P.). These great women fought for the equal rights of women in America. ​If not for these women and Robbie Gill Commer, women would not have won the right to vote or join the male workforce. These women also helped start several orphanages across the U.S., along with taking up donations to feed needy children. They helped start many old folks homes, which provided better living conditions and assistance to senior citizens.​ The Women of the Ku Klux Klan only required that its members only be white Christians and believe in God’s law of racial separation and to raise their children in pro-christian households. These women would assist the men’s Klan in setting up rallies and other events and had even held some of the largest women only Klan rallies, in The State of Virginia. The women of the Klan were even successful and effective in many of the northern states.

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