DAILYKENN.com -- Posters declaring, "It's okay to be white," have appeared near a Maine college and, thanks to media exposure, have been seen by countless thousands.
Leftists at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine were so offended they reported the posters to police and, more importantly, contacted multiple media outlets.
How it works.
Activists leverage high-strung, delusional leftists to unwittingly propagate their message.
First, the activists purchase full-sheet labels and, using their computers, print 'IT'S OKAY TO BE WHITE' on them.
Second, they post the labels near college campuses where leftist moonbats are concentrated.
Third, they sit back and watch as triggered leftists contact various media outlets.
Fourth, the media produce stories about the posters, condemning them as racist. As a result, a single poster can be viewed by countless thousands of individuals.
From pressherald.com ▼
Signs popped up around the Bates College campus Sunday reading “IT’S OKAY TO BE WHITE,” a slogan devised almost two decades ago by neo-Nazis.
For some people, such signs are a trolling operation designed to stir up racial fears with a seemingly bland assertion.
The slogans have been posted at a number of colleges and universities over the years, with some people reacting with disgust and others dismissing the signs as harmless.
Walter Washington, student president at Bates, initially reported an 8½-by-11-inch sign to the Lewiston Police Department and Bates’ security director at about 11:30 a.m. Sunday.
Washington said he received a telephone call from another student Sunday morning alerting him to a sign posted on a utility pole near the campus bookstore.
Lewiston police said they had a couple of reports questioning the signs, which officers removed Sunday afternoon because they were attached to utility poles, which the law prohibits.
“The sign itself is ‘dog whistle’ stuff. It’s an old, white supremacist slogan, so it’s not as jarring as something else,” Washington said. “The thing the cop said to me is it’s not a crime because of the language, it’s a crime because of the city ordinance.”
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