David Ernest Duke, a white supremacist and former demiurge of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), added his name to the list of racist supporters who support Republican candidate Donald Trump, when he urged listeners on his radio show on Wednesday, to volunteer to help choose the real estate magnate for his arrival at the White House.
The WASP sexagenarian born in Tulsa, Oklahoma is a historian. He holds a PhD in History of the University System MAUP of Ukraine, the largest and most important university in that country, in which he works as a professor. He was a member of the Louisiana House of Representatives and a candidate for governor and president.
His doctoral thesis was titled "Zionism as a form of ethnic supremacism".
According to the statements of his supporters in his youth, he led a non-violent faction of the Ku Klux Klan, which would be comparable to the existence of a pro-Communist Gestapo.
Promotes the preservation of the heritage of all peoples through voluntary racial separatism, and fosters racial awareness as a vital factor for the survival of nations
"If you vote against Donald Trump you are really betraying your inheritance," said Duke.
Duke handed almost a blank check to Trump. "I really support your candidacy, it's strategic support" "I hope you do everything we hope you do". said the former KKK
He did not detail exactly what the campaign promises are, but surely they contemplate the obsessions of the Republican candidate to prohibit the entry of Muslims into the United States and build a wall along the Mexican border.
"I hope Trump will do everything we hope he will do," he concluded.
According to recent polls, 20% of its supporters think that the liberation of black slaves after the Civil War was a bad decision for the country, and 70% say they would like to see the Confederate flag flying in the southern lands again.
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