Yes. He hated black people. Hated himself even more.

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It's a myth, but he WAS a member of the Nation of Islam, who were black separatists, in response to the white segregationists of the day. NOI wanted, among other things, for the descendants of slaves to receive reparations and have a separate homeland, apart from whites. That put them at odds with Martin Luther King Jr and the integrationists, and, paradoxically, on the same side as white hate groups like The American Nazis and the KKK. The groups did speak about it. That might be where that came from.

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I would say so,though anything is possible - historically,the Klan accepted some surprising people into its ranks,both knowingly and unknowingly.But I don't dismiss your question,I'm aware of your reference to the Muslim battalion in the SS,recruited in the Balkans early in WW2.

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just goes to prove that there ain't nothing as stupid as ideology.

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No smoke without fire?

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