Well guarded by state and local police, members of the Ku Klux Klan held a rally on the steps of City Hall in Meriden, Connecticut, Saturday, March 20, 1982. The rally was peaceful, but Klan head Bill Wilkinson’s speech was drowned out by the crowd. (AP Photo/Bob Child)
Well guarded by state and local police, members of the Ku Klux Klan held a rally on the steps of City Hall in Meriden, Connecticut, Saturday, March 20, 1982. The rally was peaceful, but Klan head Bill Wilkinson’s speech was drowned out by the crowd. (AP Photo/Bob Child)
Well guarded by state and local police, members of the Ku Klux Klan held a rally on the steps of City Hall in Meriden, Connecticut, Saturday, March 20, 1982. The rally was peaceful, but Klan head Bill Wilkinson’s speech was drowned out by the crowd. (AP Photo/Bob Child)

(Daily Mail) – A former Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan who now lives in Belize, alongside the very race of people he fought to segregate, has told Daily Mail Online: ‘I don’t hate blacks… Ain’t that something?’

Breaking his 30-year silence Bill Wilkinson – once the most powerful white supremacist in the world – hit back at claims he is a racist.

Speaking from the sun-drenched hotel resort he owns and where Daily Mail Online tracked him down, Wilkinson said: ‘Don’t call me racist, I don’t hate blacks.

‘I never have hated blacks, I still don’t hate blacks, I don’t hate anyone.’

But in a baffling contradiction Wilkinson added that he had not ‘changed’ since his KKK days. He said: ‘I’m just a Bible-crashing segregationist. I still believe in segregation, that’s how it should be.”

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