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Kormack's Kaledonian Klan

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Kormack's Kaledonian Klan was an attempt by Lowland Scots Protestants to mimic the Ku Klux Klan of the United States. The founder of this group was John Cormack of Edinburgh, who was a member of the Orange Order, Protestant Action and the masonic Grand Lodge of Scotland. The organisation was founded in 1935 after members of Protestant Action were humiliated publically due to losing a fight with members of the Catholic Vigilance Association who were largely part of the Irish Catholic diaspora.

Cormack was inspired by his friend Matthew Perkins, a Black African in Liverpool who at the Protestant Reformers' Church had called for the creation of a British version of the KKK. The organisation was Judeophile, opposed to Catholicism (associating it with the Irish) and fascism (associating it with the Italians). The groups which Cormack led were regularly humiliated in fights with the latter two demographies. In the history and culture of Scotland, the group was firmly part of the Jew-loving, Lowland Scots, Orange, loyalist tradition.


See also


  1. Glasgow Digital Libarary (10 September 2010). ""Resistance" to fascism".  External link in |title= (help)

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