Kenneth McKilliam

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The sturdy yeomanry of ancient Rome had been destroyed by the influx of foreign elements from the Roman Empire bringing in strange cultures and religions, until it became the debauched society it became in the days of Tacitus. The same thing is happening in these islands of ours.
—Kenneth McKilliam[1]

Captain Kenneth Roderick McKilliam (1911-1992) was a British white supremacist and conspiracy theorist.

McKilliam studied in Australia before going to the University of London to study psychology and sociology. During World War II he served in East Africa, and spent sixteen years on the continent as an Educational and Community Development Officer after the war.

During this time in Africa he developed a belief in an international Jewish conspiracy that was trying to destroy the British Empire. He subscribed to the British Israelist belief that the chosen people identified in the Old Testament were not the Jews, but the British. He was also involved with the National Front and the BNP.[2]

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[edit] Religious views

A creationist, McKilliam believed the account given in Genesis of mankind's origins. However, he also held that "races of man-like creatures", called Chay Eretz, existed before God created Adam and Eve. He was also certain that Adam and Eve could only have been white: "The word translated 'man' is Awdawm meaning one who shows a rosy blush in the face", he wrote. Of course, anybody who has been to Hebrew school for even a day knows that the name Adam is in fact a Hebrew pun on the word "Adamah," which is Hebrew for "earth" or "soil," the supposed material of Adam's creation. "There is only one race that can show a rosy blush in the face and that is the white race." He has obviously never been drinking with Asians.[3]

You can see where this is going.

McKilliam believed that Cain married one of the Chay Eretz, violating God's intentions. God caused the Great Flood to purge the world of human/subhuman hybrids, although some of the Chay Eretz were saved on the ark along with the other animals. Bringing up the curious story of the Curse of Ham, McKilliam claims that Ham was punished for copulating with a Chay Eretz. He did not provide evidence for this interpretation.[3]

The Captain went on to claim that subsequent war between the Israelites and the Canaanites was part of a divinely-ordained plan to wipe out Ham's hybrid offspring. The destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, wrote McKilliam, was because of the cities' hybrid inhabitants[3] - makes a change from homophobia, if nothing else.

McKilliam used all of this silliness as an excuse to condemn present-day miscegenation. "International Financiers, political Zionists, International Communists and other aliens together with the fools they have indoctrinated are attempting to force the white race to integrate with the negroes and asiatics who have been brought in for the purpose so that the Master Race shall have control over a society of mixed breeds", he wrote.[3]

[edit] Political and social views

McKilliam held that World War II came about because Jews scuppered the peace negotiations between Britain and Germany, and painted the Nazis as an underdog picked on by Jews.[4] He justified his belief in a Jewish conspiracy by citing the Protocols of the Elders of Zion as evidence. His claims included such traditional fare as Jews controlling the mass media (which promotes "masturbation, homosexuality and lewdness")[1] and encouraging race-mixing between whites and non-white immigrants.[5]

He concluded that Jews should not be allowed to work in the British government or police force.[5]

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