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March 8, 2019 -- The most vociferous racists in the nation are anti-white. That was made evident after a civil rights billboard declared, "Whites have rights."

Anti-white racists came out of the woodwork in protest. 

Cultural Marxism considers white people the oppressive bourgeoisie class and all other their oppressed proletariat. 

The billboard's owner says he wants to start a conversation about race. 

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A Pennsylvania billboard has sparked an outcry and accusations of racism — but the man who put it up insists that he’s simply trying to strike up a “conversation” about race.

As Pittsburgh’s WPXI reports, the controversial digital billboard stands on Route 422 outside Worthington, Pa. Its changing screen features multiple messages. One reads “whites have rights,” while another features a photo of actor Jussie Smollett, who is being investigated for an alleged hate crime hoax.

“Jussie Smollett hangs himself! Sets ‘race’ relations back 100 years,” it reads.

A third message features images of various politicians — including Rep. John Lewis and Rep. Maxine Waters — and accuses them of being “black racists.”

John Placek, who owns the billboard, denied any racist intentions.

“Racism is misunderstood in America and I want to have the conversation,” he told WPXI. “We need to get over: I’m black. You’re white. You’re Hispanic. Who cares? I don’t care about that. I do care about how you act and how you stand for my flag, our flag.



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