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California city removes ’White Lives Matter’ banner calling it vandalism

California city removes ’White Lives Matter’ banner calling it vandalism

Officials in Union City, California, ordered the removal of a ’White Lives Matter’ banner that was posted on city property, declaring it a ’despicable act of vandalism.’ The banner was hung between two poles at a busy city intersection. Advocacy groups including the Anti-Defamation League have described ’White Lives Matter’ as a white supremacist slogan in response to the BLM movement.

Kathy
Kathy
Lord Baktor
Lord Baktor 0 months

It's not a white supremacist slogan. It is a cognitive dissonance trigger that works too well to be allowed and is therefore demonized.

kh
kh 0 months

Of course people in the comments will play ignorant about this. You all know good and well that "black lives matter" is not saying that white people don't matter. "White lives matter" was created in bad faith as a response to the original slogan, that is the reason they took it down - not because they think white lives don't matter.

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