The alt-right is making its presence known and what we have to say terrifies the establishment and the dumb goyim who are happy to promote their own genocide.
TURLOCK, Calif. (KCRA) —
Kathy Doo describes it as a game of cat and mouse. A sticker goes up, she takes it down. The next day, it’s back up again.
“We have seen hundreds of stickers,” the Turlock resident said. “Somebody somewhere is spending money to keep replacing these stickers.”
The stickers have been described as insensitive at best, racist at worst, residents said. Some stickers posted below the word “STOP” on stop signs said “open borders.” Other stickers said “alt-right” on them. One sticker read, “equality is a false God.”
“I don’t want to see this get any bigger than what it already is,” Doo said. “I want to see this alt-right and hate speech knocked back.”
Doo and other members of a Turlock group called Coalition Against Hate plans to march to city hall Tuesday.
The group will ask the city council to step up enforcement against those putting up the stickers and to increase its messaging on equality and inclusion.
According to city records, 39 signs identified as offensive have been removed by city staff since the end of November. However, many residents are removing the stickers themselves and not reporting it to the city.
Turlock Mayor Gary Soiseth called the stickers hate speech and said it’s disappointing that they’re going up in Turlock.
With a police force that’s “already strapped,” he urged residents to remain engaged and vigilant by reporting stickers and promised a removal crew will be sent out immediately.
“We will make sure we take a stand, as far as a city, to make sure people aren’t putting up those stickers and making people feel unwelcome and that they do feel safe,” Soiseth said.
In addition to city property, several anti-immigrant posters have been found on the Stanislaus State University Campus.
One poster discovered Monday covered a sign reading “Everyone is welcome here” with one that said “No means no.” Below the words is a map of the United States with a hand coming up, as if to grab it from below. Beneath the image is the message “#mybordersmychoice.”
Senior Essma Nasher is a member of the group Students for Quality Education and said the university’s administration hasn’t done enough to discourage this behavior.
“They haven’t really done anything,” she said. “They tell us that they’re all about inclusion and diversity — and then they don’t do anything.”
Nasher was one of about 20 people creating signs and planning for Tuesday’s march to Turlock City Hall.
A rally will take place at 4 p.m. in Turlock’s Central Park, after which protesters will march to city hall to attend the city council meeting at 6 p.m.
The nerve of these f*cks who are opposed to free speech.
We’re winning. The proof is how afraid the egalitarians who worship the Negro and the migrant are.
Stickering is a great idea where there are no security cameras.