Dear Brothers in Jesus,
I recently discovered your wonderful Christian site. I'm glad to see that someone is selling merchandise celebrating the Glorious Christian Cultural Revolution, but I sense a reluctance on your part to fully embrace the ideas you market.
I'm very proud of my Christian and Southern (adopted) heritage. You claim that you share this pride, writing:
Christian Books and Things offers a wide variety of Christian oriented t-shirts and sweatshirts. We are also proud to be the exclusive distributor of The Knights [of the Ku Klux Klan] Party designs.
If you are so proud to offer Klan gear, why do you hide it? The Klan t-shirts, caps, and flags are inaccessible from your default home page. Visitors to your site can't find this merchandise unless they know that you have a second home page called index1.htm, but then I guess they're directed to the right place when they click the link on the Klan's site.
You also write:
The Knights Party designs are very large logo designs located over the left side of the shirt (over the heart). The large logo design is by popular demand and can be worn discreetly if desired. Knights Party designs are also available in children's sizes - designs on children's shirts cover front of shirt
I don't think that wearing the logo discreetly is a demonstration of pride. Indeed, it seems as if you are too ashamed of your views to state them in public. But then, I suppose that's why you also wear hoods.
Isn't it time that Southern, Christian patriots like ourselves stopped hiding behind sheets and boldly proclaimed our racist philosophy to the people. Our Republican Party and conservative Christian churches are doing it. Why must the Klan be so meek?
Gen, JC Christian, patriot
P.S. Putting the 'Heritage not Hate' Confederate Battle Flag on the same page as the 'Ku Klux Klan' Confederate Battle Flag was an act of pure brilliance. I don't think it undermines the former flag's message in the least.
Note: Thanks to reader Mike for the tip.
Update: The Frenchman, blowback, created this offensive design to add to the Christian Books and Things collections.