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Watch This White Supremacist Learn He’s Part Black

Submitted by on November 13, 2013 – 8:37 amNo Comment
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Noted white supremacist Craig Cobb went on the US-based UK program The Trisha Show to spread his proudly racist, pseudo-religious vision for the separation of the races. Things did not go as planned.

Cobb had submitted to genetic testing to determine his background, and was presented with the results on air. To applause from the audience, host Trisha Goddard, who is black, told him he was 14% “sub-Saharan African.”

The shaggy-haired not-so-Aryan was incredulous, calling the results “statistical noise,” and insisting that “oil and water don’t mix.”

Before Goddard had even finished reading the results, the other guest, black advice author Shahrazad Ali, had erupted into hearty laughter. (Though Ali herself is not necessarily a shining example of equality and tolerance, I think we can all come together in this moment of celebration.)

Goddard repeatedly tried to fist bump Cobb, referring to him as “my brotha,” but Cobb refused.

Craig Cobb has been active in Aryan movements across the US, Canada, and Europe since at least the early 2000′s; he identifies as a member of the “Creator” religion, which the Southern Poverty Law Center identifies as a neo-Nazi ideology.

For over a year, he has lived in and bought up land in the small town of Leith, North Dakota. He publicly states he wants to turn the town into an enclave for white supremacist families; he is being fought by other residents and the town government.

In a follow-up interview with the Daily Mail Online, Cobb called the genetic testing “a scientifically bankrupt procedure, the product of ‘craven and debased executives,’ whose ‘goal is to shock.’”

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