Friday, August 21, 2015
Click here regarding news coverage about our request. Nathan Bedford Forrest, while condemned by many for his involvement with the Ku Klux Klan, was a noble Christian man who sought healing for the Southern states. He was involved with the Klan not because it was a violent organization, but rather it brought security and order during a chaotic time, for both black and white. He was loved by all. Forrest disbanded the original Klan when unscrupulous men, not associated, but under the guise of the Klan name, committed violent acts. Likewise, The Knights Party, continues the spirit of the original Klan to uphold the moral and civic ideals of those early Klansmen.