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>Target customers in several states are discovering white supremacist propaganda — with the phrase “It’s okay to be white” — tucked inside their boxes of diapers, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
>The laminated, index-size cards containing the racist message have turned up in Pampers and Up & Up brand diapers in Washington, DC, Florida and Tennessee.
>On the other side, the card lists websites of white supremacist groups, including The Right Stuff, the Daily Stormer and the Traditionalist Worker Party.
>“Picked up a case of diapers, because you don’t want to get the small package, you want to get the big package. So I picked up a box of newborns,” he said. “Diapers come in these two big plastic sleeves. You pull those out, and I noticed something drop and fall. And I know that sometimes companies will put coupons in boxes.”
>Russell was shocked after reading the card.
>“It said ‘It’s okay to be white,’ and I looked on the back and it was just five or six websites that I recognized the language that was used from the Charlottesville incident late last year,” he added.
>Target and Pampers are both investigating the incidents.
>The slogan has long been affiliated with the white supremacist movement, which has used the phrase on fliers since 2005, according to the ADL.
>Ku Klux Klan groups have also used the #IOKTBW hashtag on Twitter since 2012.
If a nigger did the same thing.... HELL if I white person did the same thing but it was "it's okay to be black". The news story would be:
Strong & couragious individual spreads a harsh lesson on todays modern world, "it is okay to be black" is now trending on media & makes us question the racism that still opresses black americans.
It's double standards.Thats what it is, nothing to do with context at all.
BLM protests are generally very peaceful and the main focus of their protests is not a claim of racial superiority like white supremacist groups but rather what they perceive as a racial bias in law enforcement techniques.
You comment was unnecessarily insulting and you asserted something I didn't even state to begin with.
Black people can certainly be very racist. The thing is BLM is not a black supremacist group, they're only trying to fix what they perceive as a racial bias in law enforcement. In theory if law enforcement is not biased they wouldn't change anything at all anyway. I'm not exactly a supporter of them but I think having more transparency in law enforcement is not a bad idea on its face so I support their goal at least.
Run off to your safe space,
If you want people to stop looking at you're race or even yourself as a nigger then simply stop acting like one.
Take responsability for your own actions.
Don't commit crimes, have a family, stay with that family & look after them, get a job, pay tax.
The majority of black people act like niggers & defending niggerish actions, morals, views or behaviours or giving them excuses for their actions will change nothing.
When the crime statistics show that crime (any) is being comitted equally by another race as it itls with black people then you can argue.
But that isn't ever going to happen.
>come up with the idea of spreading the unoffensive phrase of "its ok to be white" because you know that retards will find it offensive
>go ahead and slap on some links that betray your motive
goddamn white supremacists are retarded, like the whole "its ok to be white" thing was a great campaign
And in all honesty, the IQ Distribution on 4chan is like the reverse of a bell curve, it's like two saggy titties.
You only get the most retarded in the most intelligent people posting here and I would say the curve has a larger left tit than a right tit
It's a lose-lose battle anyway. Minorities will continue demonizing white people because they can't retaliate and media kikes keep riling up minorities to hate on whitey because they know their sensationalist crap gets the highest viewer ratings.
>>Target customers in several states are discovering white supremacist propaganda — with the phrase “It’s okay to be white” — tucked inside their boxes of diapers, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
Okay, but why is the phrase "it's okay to be white" considered to be alt-right in nature? Really don't see much difference between it and BLM
>>The slogan has long been affiliated with the white supremacist movement, which has used the phrase on fliers since 2005, according to the ADL.
>>Ku Klux Klan groups have also used the #IOKTBW hashtag on Twitter since 2012.
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