My Invisible Empire
My Invisible Empire is an important contribution to the recent history of The United States of America, and Naji is ideally situated to guide us through it. The KKK infiltrated every level of government and officialdom in The United States. Federal, state, and local, with the full knowledge of those in the criminal justice system raped, tortured, and murdered with impunity. In fact, for decades, every member of the legislative of several states were either members or had close ties to the Klan. The author had firsthand knowledge of the Klan's attempt to assassinate Martin Luther King, Jr. in Louisville, Kentucky; as well as having direct contacts between the leadership of the Klan and the director of the FBI. Police forces across the country were riddled with Klan members and many participated in Klan terror campaigns while on duty or under the color of authority. There is no statute of limitations, and yet many who carried out commonly known extra judicial murder have never been investigated, tried in a court of law and brought to justice. The author is a product of a brutal rape and witnessed the murder of some of those who sought to rescue her from the clutches of her hate spewing father, the Imperial Dragon of the Klu Klux Klan known as "The Invisible Empire." It has been said that glory lies not in never falling, but getting up every time one does. The author stands as a living testament to overcoming, being raised by evil. The truth will set you free, but the truth must first be told and acknowledged. Naji lays bare for our SCRUTINY to inner workings an empire built on senseless hatred that permeates the very fabric of American society. I highly recommend My Invisible Empire. I believe America cannot go beyond where it is until this story has been told. Eric Lamont Gregory - Author of The "Ultimate Vanishing Act"
- Paperback | 156 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 9.14mm | 294.83g
- 05 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white