According to its website (www.kkkknights.com): The Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan is a legal, purpotedly law-abiding, "Christian" organization which main goal is to “protect our family, race and nation” and “restore America to a White, Christian nation founded on God's word”. The Loyal White Knights maintain the Ku Klux Klan's traditions and rituals. Ceremonies, costumes, and hierarchy of offices closely imitate those of the original and the second KKK. Members of the organization meet at rally events and occasionally wear traditional robes and hoods decorated with symbols associated with the previous Klans. Moreover, the organization cultivate typical Ku Klux Klan's traditions such as ritualistic gatherings or cross lightnings. White supremacy is the belief that is shared by all members of the organization. According to the website, only “a native- born white American Citizen, (...) of Christian Faith” who “believe in White Supremacy and…
Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (LWK)
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