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article imageKlansman vows to bring racial diversity to 'new' KKK

By Owen Weldon     Nov 6, 2014 in Odd News
A member of the Ku Klux Klan in Montana said that he is recruiting some new faces to join the group, and not necessarily white ones.
According to Washington Times, John Abarr, of Great Falls, said that the Klan has renounced its white supremacist ways and he wants to bring more diversity to the KKK.
Abarr said the group is for a strong America and white supremacy is the old KKK, and that this is the new Klan.
According to Raw Story, Abarr said that his views on race have been evolving, and he is ready to walk away from decades of work with white supremacist organizations in Wyoming and Montana.
The new KKK will dedicate itself to fighting against the federal government's attempts to establish a "new world order" under a single, worldwide government, says Abarr.
Some are suspicious about the latest move. Montana Human Rights Network officials said that Abarr doesn't need to use the KKK in order to form a more inclusive organization. An official with the organization said if Abarr was really reformed, then he would drop the label of the KKK.
Jimmy Simmon, an NAACP representative, met with Abarr last year and he said he believes Abarr is probably trying to reform. He said if Abarr holds a peace summit next summer, then he would take a strong look at joining.
Bradley Jenkins, imperial wizard for the United Klans of America, said that Abarr shouldn't be using the KKK title for his new organization and he said Abarr is just trying to hide behind the KKK to help further his political career.
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