Yet Another Racist Billboard Pops Up In Alabama: ‘Diversity Means Chasing Down The Last White Person’

Recently, the state of Alabama (and much of the rest of the South) has been collecting white supremacist billboards.

In October 2013, the town of Harrison, Arkansas was treated to a new bit of scenery: a billboard reading “Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white.” The phrase, a part of the white-supremacist “Mantra,” has inspired numerous racial killings in the past, is heavily referenced as part of a white nationalist campaign to further the idea that races should be segregated by nation — to offset what they call “white genocide.” In 2014, the original billboard was joined by another directly below it that directs those who viewed it to visit a white supremacist website.

Shortly after the appearance of the supplemental billboard in Harrison, another “Mantra” billboard popped up to the Southeast in Birmingham, Alabama, close to the city limits of Leeds, as the plague spread through the region.

Now, for the second time in less than a year, the Birmingham area is playing host to what could be the worst of the delusional creeds that both plague Alabama and represent a nice payday for advertising companies.

Along I-59 near Springville, a new billboard reads, “Diversity means chasing down the last white person.”

image via Al.Com

image via Al.Com

 

The message is punctuated with the hashtag #whitegenocide, the delusional idea that through miscegenation, or ‘race mixing,’ and immigration, Caucasians are being snuffed out.

The hashtag is filled with pathetic attempts to justify the belief that the white race is being systematically eliminated:

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While the exact identity of the person or people commissioning the majority of these billboards, including the most recent addition, is unknown, segregationist group League of the South  claimed responsibility for a string of “SECEDE” billboards in the area. However, the League maintained that the advertisements were privately financed by a member.

One of those ads, a billboard in Montgomery, was pulled by Lamar Advertising after advertisers complained. The League received a credit for the amount charged for the sign.

For more on “white genocide,” check out this stupid video:

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(Video via YouTube)