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A notorious white supremacist in the US has found out he is part black - live on TV.
Craig Cobb, 62, who once said "racism is my religion", found out that 14% of his DNA is of sub Saharan African provenance on UK TV chat show Trisha.
Host Trisha Goddard announced that Cobb was of 86% European descent and 14% African. "Sweetheart, you have a little black in you," she said.
The announcement was met with raucous applause, with Cobb shouting: "Wait a minute, wait a minute."
He went on to deny the results. "This is called statistical noise," he said. "I'll tell you this: oil and water don't mix."
The 62-year-old, originally from Boston, is famous for his "whites only" village in Dakota. In an interview with MailOnline, he called black people "jungle bunnies" and "orks" and said they were "strolling biological early warning devices. They look bad, they sound bad and often times they smell bad," he said.
Cobb became involved with a group of white power supremicists in Estonia after moving there in 2005. He tried to establish the International Office of White Diaspora but was banned from the country for 10 years in 2009 and deported to Canada.
He returned to the US the following year and recently moved to North Dakota because of the high proportion of white residents. He moved to Leith in 2012, where he is trying to create a white supremacist community.
The town has one only black resident, who is married to a white woman. The couple have been targeted by members of the community.
He appeared on Trisha to publicise his whites-only village, which is closed to Jews and gay people too. "I don't think we want a diseased town, no," he said.
A clip of the revelation was gained by MailOnline. After dropping the bombshell, Trisha tried to bump fists with him and said: "So there you go, bro". The 62-year-old brushed off her gesture twice.
Cobb said later: "I agreed to the test because I assumed it was science. When I told Jeff Schoep [leader of the National Socialism Movement] he just laughed."
Cobb said the test was a fake orchestrated by executives who wanted to create "shock" television and "promote multiculturalism".
Asked if another tests showed he was descended from Africa, he said: "Well if I did have any n****r we don't want any more of it."