The Ku Klux Klan started in 1865 as a group poised to “cleanse” American society and went on to be possibly the most significant hate group on American history. There are innumerable accounts of the Klan using intimidation tactics and all out murder to subdue Blacks and other minority groups in the USA. Though the KKK is not the powerful group it once was, there are still estimated to be 5,000–8,000 members in about 35 KKK groups. Today, one of the groups is offering membership to Blacks, Hispanics, Jews and homosexuals, all groups that have been historically antagonized by the Klan.
The group extending the memberships is located in Montana and known as the Rocky Mountain Knights. “The KKK is for a strong America,” said spokesman, John Abarr. “White supremacy is the old Klan. This is the new Klan.”
According to The Root, the requirements to join this chapter of the KKK are: “you need to be 18, live in the Pacific Northwest, and want to fight against a ‘new world order,’ which, according to Abarr, the US government is trying to usher in.”
Bradley Jenkins, the “Imperial Wizard” of the United Klans of America, denounced Abarr’s efforts to diversify the KKK, claiming Abarr is, “going against everything the bylaws of the constitution of the KKK say.” He added, “He’s trying to hide behind the KKK to further his political career.”
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