Police Launch Probe After ‘It’s Okay To Be White’ Posters Spotted

Police in the UK have launched a probe after “unacceptable” posters with the phrase “It’s Okay To Be White” were spotted at a shopping centre in Nailsea, Somerset. According to BBC News, Shane Jones, a local, was left “shocked” and “disgusted” when he discovered the five posters stuck to the centre’s glass door entrance on…

Police in the UK have launched a probe after “unacceptable” posters with the phrase “It’s Okay To Be White” were spotted at a shopping centre in Nailsea, Somerset.

According to BBC News, Shane Jones, a local, was left “shocked” and “disgusted” when he discovered the five posters stuck to the centre’s glass door entrance on Cleveland Walk early Sunday morning.

Jones said the posters “must have been up for quite a while” which made it even “more shocking.”

Avon and Somerset Police Superintendent Andy Bennett described the posters as “inexplicable and unacceptable,” saying the force takes “any reported hate crime with the utmost seriousness.”

“We are a vibrant, multi-cultural and diverse community,” Bennett added. “There is no space for hate in Avon and Somerset.”

Police said its “inquiries” into the matter are ongoing.

The phrase “It’s Okay To Be White” originated on 4chan in 2017 in response to Leftist anti-white rhetoric. The phrase has since been portrayed by the mainstream media as a white supremacist dog-whistle, and a hate symbol akin to the Nazi’s swastika.

At the same time, elsewhere in the U.K., Cambridge University, not only defended but promoted Professor Priyamvada Gopal after she posted racist, anti-white tweets which included statements such as, “white lives don’t matter,” and “abolish whiteness.”

This is not a phenomenon unique to the U.K. either. In 2018, for instance, Candace Owens was suspended from Twitter for mimicking anti-white tweets from New York Times editorial board member Sarah Jeong.

In a post that apparently doesn’t violate Twitter’s rules, Jeong said: “Dumbass f**king white people marking up the internet with their opinions like dogs p*ssing on fire hydrants.”

Owens parodied Jeong’s tweet, changing “white people” to “Jewish people,” and adding, “The above statements are from @nytimes editor @SarahJeong. I simply swapped out the word ‘white’ for ‘Jewish.’”

Soon after, Owens was notified by the platform that her account was locked for “violating Twitter Rules. Specifically for violating our rules against hateful conduct.”

Twitter eventually restored Owen’s account following an outcry among conservatives, but not until after the offending tweet was removed.

In an interview with Breitbart, Owens said she agreed with Twitter that it was “hateful” conduct, but the question is, “why was it okay when the hate was directed at white people? Why are her tweets still up?”

Owens went on to say, “In every way imaginable — Twitter has just proved my point. Racism in this country has been sanctioned against white people.”

Ironically, we’re told phrases such as “It’s Okay To Be White” and “All Lives Matter” are offensive because those who use it may have racist or anti-Christian intentions. At the same time, the same people tell us the phrase “Black Lives Matter” is not offensive, despite the fact that the slogan is intrinsically linked to a movement whose stated intentions are anti-Christian.

The fact is, in the Western world, white people are being conditioned to loathe their own heritage. They are the only ethnic group that would be widely condemned if they did what we applaud and encourage other ethnic groups to do.

Simply ask Siri what the difference is between “Black Pride” and “White Pride.” Black pride, we’re told, “is a movement in response to dominant white cultures and ideologies that encourages black people to celebrate black culture and embrace their African heritage.”

White pride, on the other hand, “is an expression primarily used by white separatist, white nationalists, neo-Nazi and white supremacist organisations in order to signal racist or racialist viewpoints. It is a slogan used by the prominent post-Ku Klux Klan group Stormfront and a term used to make racist/racialist viewpoints more palatable to the general public…”

In other words, to “celebrate white culture and embrace an Anglo heritage” would be akin to joining the KKK. It’s culturally acceptable to celebrate every ethnic background, except one. It’s culturally unacceptable to use negative generalisations about any ethnic group, except one. To many, it’s not okay to be white, and increasingly it’s not okay to be neutral about being white either.

Why do people cringe whenever a neutral statement is made about “white people” if it’s not qualified by an apology and an acknowledgement of past transgression. And even then, it’s sometimes not enough.

To simply point this out is to run the risk of being branded a racist. Not because you’ve suggested white people are superior to anyone else, but because you haven’t used “white” as a pejorative label.

Make no mistake, many of the woke-folk crying “racism” at every syrup bottle, police officer, and statue aren’t actually opposed to all racism. They’re opposed to racism directed towards certain “races”, which of course, would qualify them as no less than, you guessed it, genuine racists.

Either it’s okay to be white or it isn’t. And if we’re expected to affirm “Black Lives Matter” despite the movement’s abhorrent ties to Planned Parenthood and Marxist ideology, then what basis is there for opposing posters with the slogan “It’s Okay to Be White”? Unless, of course, it’s not okay to be white?

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