Kevin Wilshaw, a white supremacist active as recently as the start of this year says today he is publicly renouncing 40 years of hate. Speaking on Channel 4 News he comes out as gay for the first time – and admits to a violent past.

Says Wilshaw: “I didn’t have many friends at school, I wanted to be a member of a group of people that had an aim, and I thought getting involved in that kind of thing would be comradeship. Even though you end up being a group of people that through their own extreme views are cut off from society, you do have a sense of comradeship in that you’re a member of a group that’s being attacked by other people.”

It’s a good point, honestly. Gangs and violent groups prey on lonely, poor, or abused people by offering a scapegoat and a sense of kinship, even if it’s completely f*&$% up.

Watch his interview:

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Kevin Wilshaw, a white supremacist active as recently as the start of this year says today he is publicly renouncing 40 years of hate. Speaking on Channel 4 News he comes out as gay for the first time – and admits to a violent past. Says Wilshaw: “I didn’t have...