UK anti-fascist group infiltrate KKK group led by Shoah denier
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UK anti-fascist group infiltrate KKK group led by Shoah denier

Hope Not Hate reveal how anti-Semitism still runs through the veins of the far right racist group

Stephen is the Jewish News' Foreign Editor

An image of the KKK burning a swastika and a cross, provided by Hope Not Hate
An image of the KKK burning a swastika and a cross, provided by Hope Not Hate

Undercover investigators from a British anti-racist group have revealed how anti-Semitism features prominently in a new drive to incite racial hatred by white supremacists in the U.S.

London-based Hope Not Hate, which seeks to tackle extremism, said several activists infiltrated one of the Ku Klux Klan’s most notorious groups, in which members are expelled for sleeping with “Jew whores”.

The Loyal White Knights, led by Holocaust denier Chris Barker, is currently spearheading White Lives Matter demonstrations in the U.S, where it also organises so-called Knight Rides, where members drive through majority-black communities at night, throwing white supremacist material at houses.

Detailing their encounters, investigators said that when they were admitted to the group’s private online areas, they were sent deeply anti-Semitic material.

This included one image of a hooded figure in front of the confederate flag, with the words: “Help save our race; everything we cherish is under assault by ZOG (Zionist Occupation Government)”.

Barker wrote: “They [Jews] said there [sic] goal was to destroy the white race. Here they are doing just that – by brainwashing our people through the media.”

A female KKK member doing a Hitler salute (Image provided by Hope Not Hate)
A female KKK member doing a Hitler salute (Image provided by Hope Not Hate)
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