David Duke is likely not a Faux Nationalist but fell into Image-edgelording stereotypes during his earlier formational years which has permanently damaged his 'optics' and public credibility. Reporters interview him because they can introduce him as 'former KKK leader' and 'former grand dragon of the KKK. David Duke is in himself an example of why it is so very, very important not to fall in with faux-nationalist image defamation groups and why this website is so badly needed to help the current and future racial nationalists not fall into the errors learnt by past figures and groups.
Other names/alliases: Dr David Duke, "David Duke former leader of the KKK"
Prominent Associated Figures:
Don Black, Patrick Slatery,
Groups founded/associated with:
- David Duke was the former leader of the KKKK: 'Knights of the KKK'.
- David Duke has however promoted confirmed Faux Nationalists.
- David Duke is a universal human rights and racial rights advocate.
- David Duke has a PHD formally making him 'Dr.David Duke.Phd'
- David Duke is a Christian sentimentalist and denies the flaws of following Christianity as a white nationalist.*
- David Duke's associations in the past have been used to damage the credibility of what he talks about.
- *David Duke's adherence to Christianity despite the obvious racially-dysgenic nature of Christianity could be an indication of a concealed faux-nationalist nature.
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Forms of Faux-Nationalism:
Primary reasons for Condemnation:
- His past record of edgelording in KKKK costumes renders his public image non-viable as a credible and convincing articulator of truths towards the mainstream population as he is too easily demonized through reference to this early, foolish decision filled part of his life.
Area of Operations:
- United States, International.