As we know, the KKK had been officially disbanded by Nathan Bedford in 1870 and revived in the early 20th century by a fanboy of the most racist movie ever made, "Birth of a nation". From 1870 until the 1910s the organization barely existed with few small groups trying to cling to the original idea of the white robe and racism, and so I came here with a concept: Could the concept of the KKK be revived in the 20th century as a positive thing? For that is completely needed to be the second KKK, because after William Joseph Simmons revived the KKK in 1915 there is NO WAY that organization is going to have a good legacy. The PoD can be the movie not being made, or being made without the KKK on it, and so you have the whole twenty century to organize it. Maybe somewhere on the 1940s a southern progressive identitarian group finds information about the KKK and adopt it's regalia and imagery but at the same way tries to "do it right" and said group fights against racial segregation, what do you think?