Listen, obviously I would view this differently if it were a flyer posted on a billboard talking about how black people are incapable neanderthals, but that is just the double standard they have been granted because of their past in this country. Regardless, I don't think anyone should care about any form of promotion that is posted on a billboard. I don't even know the last time I have seen a billboard like this one. It was probably yesterday, and I probably didn't even acknowledge it's existence, because no one pays attention to the shit that's posted on them. Look at this one for instance, what does that picture in the background say? Lamb flesh? Fucking LAMB FLESH?! That concerns me much more than anti-white propaganda during the heart of the 'Black Lives Matter' movement, but it also speaks to the type of people we are dealing with here. Nameless, faceless losers that don't want their mentions flooded by tweeting something derogatory about white people or asking for the skin of farm animals. That's why I don't read public promotional tools. If the people that put them up were really serious about getting their message out there then they would be doing more than going to the local library and printing out a bunch of half assed pamphlets with no website or contact information attached. This is the equivalent of someone writing "white people are dumb" on the inside of a bathroom stall. I just can't, in my heart of hearts, get offended by that. Hell, we are dumb sometimes. That's news to no one but the person that's responsible for this.
The last time this type of thing was relevant was when I was in grade school and my teacher tacked up some super positive saying and every classmate's name written in a cutout gold star. If you're using the same advertising strategy as a kindergarten teacher then I refuse to even give your "cause" so much as the time of day. I bet things like this are hung up all over the place and I have just never even seen them. It's no coincidence that it had to make it's way on to the internet before I did.
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