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Hate on the World Wide Web: A Brief Guide to Cyberspace Bigotry RULE Ku Klux Klan

Posted: March 1, 2000


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Today's Ku Klux Klan is more fragmented than at any time since World War II, but the group's many factions have been using the World Wide Web as a means to revitalization. Spreading the Klan's traditional message of hatred for Blacks, Jews and immigrants, numerous Klans and their local chapters are drawing attention to themselves by establishing Web sites. One Klan site proclaims goals such as maintaining and defending "the superiority of the White race," observing "a marked difference between the White and Negro race," and educating "against miscegenation of the races." Another site claims that Jews killed Jesus and describes them as Satan's people. A third pledges to "stop the uncontrolled, outrageous and unprecedented plague of immigration." Among those Klan groups with sites are many chapters of the Knights of the White Kamellia, the two factions of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan and their subsidiary chapters, the North Georgia White Knights and the Southern Cross Militant Knights. Additionally, the number of Web sites for the National Association for the Advancement of White People (N.A.A.W.P.), a group founded by former Klan leader David Duke and often described as a "Klan without robes," has grown dramatically.





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