Posters proclaiming “IT’S OKAY TO BE WHITE” have been appearing on college campuses and on city streets across the country this week, prompted by an anonymous chat-room comment that suggested the message would feed social unrest and sway white Americans to far-right ideologies.Since Tuesday, the posters have been spotted in Rocky River, Ohio; at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn.; at Tulane University in New Orleans; at Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, Md.; around college-campus rich Cambridge, Mass., including the Harvard Yard and at the University of Alberta in Canada. In most cases, schools and cities have pulled the posters down, but the message has continued to spread in images and hashtags across Twitter and other social media platforms, even prompting a related Know Your Meme entry detailing its Internet origins and cultural backstory.The signs began as a suggestion on the online chat space 4chan last month, a kind of Internet prank laced with ennui and cynicism about race and white identity in modern-day America.Only in a world where the infection of the concept of 'white privilege' has spread like a plague virus could an innocuous sign reading "It's okay to be white" become one of the primary stories driving the corporate media cycle in both the USA and Canada, but that's where we find ourselves.
Let's look at the reaction at one school in Minnesota, where the teaching of 'white privilege' has adherents usually reserved for divinity school (who graduate to the priesthood). [‘It’s OK to be white’ signs put up at Concordia College in Moorhead, TwinCities.com, 11-4-17]:
Concordia students said the whole “plan” goes against the diversity message at the school associated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
Senior Micah Ferden said, “(I) was really shocked that someone had the guts to do this because we try to promote diversity so much and seeing this is saying ‘Hey, we still have students who aren’t fully invested in this diversity message.’ ”
Minority students said it appears the community still has a long way to go.
“I just realized how much hate is going on. We live in a world without love, and it’s crazy. I thought this was the last place I would see that, but apparently it’s happening,” said Moshe Mekori, a sophomore.In revolutionary times, a simple prank becomes the ultimate form of probing of the enemies true motivations, revealing their most sacred position for which they unite around.
For us, living in the paradigm of Black-Run America (BRA), it's not okay to be white.
The whole concept of the "It's okay to be white" fliers may have been a joke, but the laughing being done right now is by those who have toiled away trying to show just how anti-white our elite are, and how every action they participate in is one designed at eroding our ability to unite.
And in this uniting, ultimately throwing off the chains of diversity they hope will not just represent the machinations for tyranny, oppression and persecution, but our annihilation.
It's Okay to be White represent five words combined to elicit a prescribed response, and our elite has just shown their hands. They seriously operate under the guiding principle of 'treason to whiteness is loyalty to humanity'.
Anarchy for the established order...