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European Knights Project
| The colorful pseudoscience|
|Hating thy neighbour|
|Divide and conquer|
European Knights Project (EKP) is a rather quirky white nationalist and far-right organization and website that attempts to disguise its racism, anti-Semitism, Islamophobia and homophobia by slogans and online-banners such as "hate free-zone", "we are not a white supremacist site" and "combating racism". Supposedly they are all just friendly "pro-Westerners". Who exactly they think is going to be fooled by this is unclear.
The EKP's spokesperson and primary online article writer is former United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) prospective member of British Parliament, Dilip Sengupta AKA Jack Sen. Sengupta, who was suspended by UKIP for "anti-Semitism" and "broaching the subject of white genocide in South Africa prior to the general election", describes himself as a civic nationalist, in spite of the fact he calls for a moratorium on mass immigration into Britain and Western Europe, and describes himself as a "racial realist". Another of the EKP's main writers is a conspiracy theorist crank called John De Nugent who calls himself a "white civil rights activist" (yes, nothing suspicious about that...). Nugent denies the holocaust happened calling it a "holohoax" and "mega-fraud", and also argues the "the Charlie Hebdo massacre was an operation perpetrated by Israel".
Other articles on the website criticize Islam, multiculturalism, and so on, as well as more Holocaust denial, typical of the far-right.
I'm not racist but...
The EKP appears to have adopted the I'm not racist but... mantra in desperation to attract more support, and in fact has gone overboard with this, despite the fact you don't have to look far to see:
- The EKP support the Missouri Ku Klux Klan on their website. Yes, nothing racist about that.
- Their Daily Motion page also hosts pro-Nazi videos. Again, nothing racist here. Move along.
- The European Knights Project again identifies openly as "racial realist", but of course is in no way racist.