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  1. John Wayne, in a 1971 interview with Playboy, said: “I believe in white supremacy until the blacks are educated to a point of responsibility. I don’t feel guilty about the fact that five or ten generations ago these people were slaves”

  2. The second flag of the Confederate States of America was, in the words of its creator W.T. Thompson, a symbol of the "supremacy of the white man over the inferior or colored race".

  3. Many in the white supremacy movement want to deradicalize but are afraid to do so. Groups like Exit USA and Life After Hate exist to help people leave and rejoin society.

  4. The Ku Klux Klan is an organization that has existed since 1865, which believes in white supremacy and continues to believe in segregation. This organization has been famous for its use of terror and violence against African Americans.

  5. DC comics had a character who was a vampire created to help a white-supremacy group eliminate non-whites. He is notable mainly for infecting members of the New Guardians (which Green Lantern is a member of) with HIV.

  6. The Confederate Battle Flag was explicitly intended to be a symbol of white supremacy.

  7. The number 1488 is a white supremacist symbol. 14 represents a common 14 word long white supremacy slogan and 88 is short for "Heil Hitler" (H being the 8th letter of the alphabet). White supremacists will sometimes use this number in their usernames.

  8. About John Tanton, a small-town opthalmologist and environmental activist that turned to eugenics, racism, and white supremacy in hopes of 'protecting the environment', spawning many of the anti-immigration efforts we see today.

  9. About the Hemo-Goblin, a DC villain vampire created to help a white-supremacy group eliminate non-whites. He is notable mainly for infecting members of the New Guardians with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. He was killed in battle with the New Guardian team.

  10. The first film ever shown in the White House was a pro-white supremacy silent film that the KKK also used as a recruiting tool

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The Confederate flag was originally a small design placed on a large field of white. The designer said: "As a people we are fighting to maintain the Heaven-ordained supremacy of the white man over the inferior or colored race; a white flag would thus be emblematical of our cause."

Skinheads wore black boots with white laces to signal their involvement in white supremacy

In 1932, New Orleans dedicated a statue to white supremacy. It's still standing today.

One version of the confederate battle flag was mostly white to represent the "supremacy of the white man," but was quickly changed because it was often confused with a white flag of surrender.

One of Chile's top ambassadors believed in Nazism, UFO's, Satanism, white supremacy, and other nonsense.

Storm Front a white supremacy site targeted r/conspiracy r/world news and r/Europe in 2015 as a place to spread their message and recruit.

At the largest white supremacy conferences in the US, there was a deep divide amongst members on whether the group should be inclusive to its racist Jewish members. At one conference, a Jewish member shouted down anti-semitic remarks, calling them a disgrace to the white supremacist conference

Pepe is a symbol of white supremacy according to Hillary.

Some colleges offer a course called "The problem of whiteness" that "aims to understand how whiteness is socially constructed and experienced in order to help dismantle white supremacy."

John Wayne was a supporter of white supremacy and believed indigenous people were selfish for wanting to keep their land.

The creator of Sea Monkeys was a jew turned white supremacist who donated a large portion of his profits to fund white supremacy

Until 2015 the city of New Orleans had a monument commemorating a 1874 racist uprising to "establish white supremacy"

Between 1904 and 1966, the Alabama Democratic Party had "White Supremacy" on its logo

William Tappan Thompson, who was a designed of the Confederate Battle Flag designed it for this reason: " As a people, we are fighting to maintain the Heaven-ordained supremacy of the white man over the inferior or colored race; a white flag would thus be emblematical of our cause."

F. Scott Fitzgerald held deeply racist views about white supremacy, despite knowing how abhorrent those views were.

A designer of the confederate flag did intend it to be a symbol of white man's god-given supremacy

There is a map with almost every reported White supremacy violent event from 1835-1964

About the blueprint for fascist white supremacy in Nazi Germany

About the blueprint for fascist white supremacy and extreme nationalism in Nazi Germany

The creator of Sea Monkeys was a jew turned white supremacist who donated a portion of his profits to fund white supremacy

Hillary believed that Pepe the frog was a symbol of white supremacy

During the Jim Crow era, the South passed gun control laws aimed carefully at disarming black people from defending themselves in order to maintain white supremacy. For example, Arkansas and Tennessee allowed only expensive "Army and Navy" pistols, which most whites can afford that blacks can't.

Alabama State Democratic Party Logo Once Featured the Slogan ‘White Supremacy’

In a controversial May 1971 Playboy interview, actor and film-maker John Wayne said "I believe in white supremacy until the blacks are educated to a point of responsibility. I don't believe in giving authority and positions of leadership and judgment to irresponsible people."

In 2016 California lawmakers rejected John Wayne Day because of his support for the anti-communist House Un-American Activities Committee and his Playboy 1971 interview in which he said "I believe in white supremacy until the blacks are educated to a point of responsibility."

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