"Because in Cyberspace, no one can hear you scream."
Sunday, November 27, 2005
(Ynet News) The notorious Louisiana-based white supremacist leader, David Duke, has visited Syria last week, where he delivered an anti-Semitic speech attacking 'Zionists occupying New York' and the State of Israel. The speech was carried by Syrian state television. [...]
Duke, who was once a "grand wizard" of the Klu Klux Klan, addressed a cheering crowd waving Syrian flags, saying: "I come from the peace-loving people in America to the peace-loving people of Syria."
According to the "world of Duke," Zionists are the true war mongers while the men in white sheets (who apparently represent the USA according to this
(Ynet News) According to the Anti-Defamation League, in an article entitled "The black plague," Duke once wrote in an editorial: "(A) black...gets a job with a white-owned company. He is the only black at the firm. He works hard, but he's fighting a losing battle against his genes."
DukeÂs latest website entry contains a pro-Holocaust denial message in which he laments the "Zionists who use the Holocaust as the sword and shield of the racial-supremacist state of Israel."
Editor's note: Not much more attention will be devoted towards Duke on this site, although if one desires to view the video of him making foolish remarks, they can simply click here.
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Dr. Duke simply wants all racial families to be able to defend their heritage and freedom in their own homeland. So, he represents the opposite of multiculturalism.
Here is an interview that Duke did with Syria's most promenent journalist, Nidal Kabalan, that might give insights to this:
Audio file of interview:
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