Green’s Dictionary of Slang

Amerika n.

[standard Ger. Amerika, however, the identification with Germany implies fascism or Nazism; the ‘k’ also echoes initials of the Ku Klux Klan]

(orig. US) America, viewed by the revolutionaries of the period as the embodiment and headquarters of a right-wing, establishment-controlled, quasi-fascist conspiracy.

[US]Paul Kantner ‘Let’s Go Together’ [lyrics] Wave goodbye to Amerika / Say hello to the garden.
A. Hoffman Steal This Book Intro.: Steal This Book is, in a way, a manual of survival in the prison that is Amerika.
[US]Sounds Mar. n.p.: They [i.e. Jefferson Starship] also did a fairly wild (for mid-afternoon Amerika) rendition of ‘Volunteers,’ while David Crosby and (if memory serves) Graham Nash sang along, unacknowledged.
Maoist International Movement Notes 200 15 Dec. [Internet] MIM takes the spelling of Amerika with a ‘k’ from the revolutionary movements of the 1970s. The term ‘United States’ is inappropriate for a country that occupies thousands of First Nations, the Black nation, Aztlan and Puerto Rico.
[US]Austin (TX) Chronicle 22 Aug. [Internet] By 1967’s Summer of Love, when San Francisco was the epicenter of a musical and cultural revolution that shook Amerika to its core [etc.].