DAILYKENN.com -- Referring to patriots by that N word is no different from referring to blacks as that other N word.
Actually, they are Trump supporters and patriots who oppose the destruction of Western culture.
The strategy is simple: Mentally dress patriots in Nazi uniforms to demonize them. Then hate them. Then hurt them.
The hate speech is apparently hosted by LAMAR advertising. http://www.lamar.com/Seattle and paid for by Tacoma Against Nazis.
The far left seems unmoved by the violent hatred of groups like MS-13. Nor do they seem bothered by the daily death toll resulting from Islamic hate groups attacking people of color.
On July 12, for example, there were 23 people of color killed by Islamic hate groups in four separate hate attacks. Four people of color were killed by Islamic hate groups in Syria and 19 were killed by Islamic hate groups in Afghanistan. Zero were killed by Nazis.
|It's ok to punch a Nazi.|
By demonizing patriots as racist and Nazis, the far left encourages hatred for them and violence against them.
This Tacoma Billboard has a lot of people talking in town. Why a group of concerned neighbors decided to get it put up at 11pm @komonews #komonews pic.twitter.com/l27e39oeb0
— Tammy Mutasa (@TammyKOMO) July 12, 2018
This Tacoma Billboard has a lot of people talking in town. Why a group of concerned neighbors decided to get it put up at 11pm @komonews #komonews pic.twitter.com/l27e39oeb0— Tammy Mutasa (@TammyKOMO) July 12, 2018
TACOMA, Wash. - A new billboard in Tacoma, Washington is drawing a lot of attention.
The billboard says, “There are Nazis in our neighborhood.”
Neighbors in the group, “Tacoma Against Nazis” said they're fighting back against what they feel is white supremacy invading their community.
"Nazi activity and white supremacy is not welcome in Tacoma,” said Hope Teague-Bowling who lives in the neighborhood and is in the group Tacoma Against Nazis. “You're not welcome here to do business, you're not welcome to live here and we don't want you around."
Neighbors said last week they took down fliers urging people to, "Keep America American" and report undocumented immigrants to ICE.
The group also protested a local business they believe supports white supremacy.
“In particular members of our community who are people of color who saw flags flying by a house—a residence that’s connected to business owners here in Tacoma, that we know who have documented in their social media they’re actively involved in white supremacist groups,” said Cheryl Miller from Tacoma Against Nazis.
Tacoma police said they've heard the concern, but they told KOMO news no crimes have been committed and hate crimes have not been rising in the city.
"We're all members of the community, we all deserve to feel safe in our community,” said Miller.
KOMO News asked Tacoma city leaders what their billboard policy is.
Officials said while city code can regulate the location of a billboard, including the height, zoning and size, "the city code does not regulate content of the billboards, nor is city staff involved in leasing or advertising decisions made by the billboard owner."
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