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"I'm going to school to get a degree," he told The Tab.
"I'm not here to recruit or spread my ideology.
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If you ever thought the middle aged guy in your seminar was a bit weird, spare a thought for the students who have to share classes with the Grand Dragon of the KKK at UNF.
Local bigot Ken Parker, who until recently was a leading figure in America's most notorious hate group, is a Political Science major at the University of North Florida.
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While he told us "I don't bring my politics on campus," he did have the time to rant about people of color and how he wants to make a whites-only ethno-state.
Any time it's white on black crime, all the civil rights lawyers want to jump all over it.
When it's black on white crime lawyers are scared of being called racist. We light the cross to illuminate the Christian view to the world.
"You would never know he was the Grand Dragon of the KKK," said Monique, a junior majoring in Social Studies Education. I even spoke to my professor about it and he was so surprised, he said, ' Wow, that is insane.' You would never think he would advocate for the genocide of black people." Monique explained she only just realized Parker was deeply involved in the KKK, having noticed that the man profiled in Jacksonville's Folio Weekly Magazine as "the monster next door" was the same quiet guy from her history class. "It makes me feel surprised but this is Jacksonville. Monique remembers Parker criticizing Jordan Davis but otherwise he seems to have kept his views to himself.
Monique shares a Civil War and Reconstruction History class with Parker, and asked us not to reveal her family name, fearing reprisals from the extreme right. "He looks so different without his klan robes on," says Monique.
But this town is completely enshrined in white supremacy." "I would like to see the university address this more directly," added Casey Craig, a junior studying Sociology and English at UNF.