9 March, 2021

The Mob vs. the Klan, 1964, Mississippi

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", Celler, Celler Rights Laws, Civil Rights Act of 1964, Civil Rights Act of 1968, civil rights movement, Mississippi Burning case, Socrates at 11:55 am | Permanent Link

In 1964, the FBI “hired” a tough, New York City mobster named Greg Scarpa to go to Mississippi and find out who had killed the 3 civil-rights workers (i.e., 2 Jews, 1 Black). He did. By using violence. The murders were Klan-connected, according to Scarpa and the feds.

The 3 civil-rights workers were warned repeatedly by the citizens to stay out of Mississippi. I recall reading that one southerner told the 3 workers: “You Yankees destroyed the South once. You’re not gonna do it again.” (But they did do it. The Jewish-sponsored civil-rights laws of the 1960s destroyed the South for good) [1].

[Video, 1 hour 47 minutes].


[1] for example, the ground-breaking Civil Rights Act of 1964 came from a Jew, congressman Emanuel Celler, as House bill H.R.7152, introduced in Congress on June 20, 1963.

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