Signs that simply read “it’s okay to be white” have been posted at high schools, university campuses, and neighborhoods across the country, and liberals are losing their minds.
Media reports on the signs have been endless; at least one school department has, incredibly, launched an “investigation” into the activity. As one college student put it, the piece of paper that says “it’s okay to be white” feels “threatening.”
"IT'S OKAY TO BE WHITE" sign found on doors at Montgomery Blair HS in MD. School says flyers were removed and says they're investigating. pic.twitter.com/jSTUwG3gNp
— ABC 7 News – WJLA (@ABC7News) November 2, 2017
Today, Black UMD students decided that it is, in fact, NOT okay to be White. pic.twitter.com/fEHw4SH6Tk
— Saxon ✝️ (@TopGunSaxon) November 1, 2017
— WUSA9 (@wusa9) November 3, 2017
The signs do, however, seem to have been a coordinated effort, originating after an incident at Boston College in October in which hysterical mass-outrage ensued over a sign that said “don’t apologize for being white.” Some 4chan users launched a campaign to post “it’s okay to be white signs” to “trigger” liberals in the same manner the simple sign at BC had. There’s now even a website called itsokaytobewhite.com where the sign can be printed.
/pol/ launches nationwide “It’s Okay To Be White” campaign and its absolutely TRIGGERING liberals everywhere. pic.twitter.com/TgPkULwIpl
— Mike Tokes (@MikeTokes) November 2, 2017
“It’s Okay to Be White” is a slogan launched on 4chan as a “proof of concept” to demonstrate that signs with the phrase posted in public places would be accused of promoting racism and white supremacy.
On October 23rd, 2017, the STOP/RESET YouTube channel uploaded a segment aired by the Boston television news station WHDH, reporting that police were investigating if white supremacists had placed signs featuring a picture of Uncle Sam with the caption “I want you to love who you are / don’t apologize for being white” at Boston College campus (shown below).
Here is some of the craziness:
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