Councilor offended by “Anti-racist = Anti-White” stickers in Lincoln, England.
According to Lincolnshire Echo, some stickers have been found around the city of Lincoln which say “Anti-racist is a codeword for anti-White“.
Karen Lee, a councilor for the city of Lincoln, asked local residents online to report any of the “offensive” stickers they find around the area so the council can remove them as soon as possible.
The Lincolnshire Echo asked a 19 year-old passerby what he thought of the sticker’s message
“Anyone can be a racist. Being anti-racist doesn’t mean you’re anti white.” he said “A black person can be racist as much as a white person can be racist.”
The point of the message is that majority White groups, countries, etc are “racist” in the eyes of anti-Whites, but majority non-White groups, countries, etc are absolutely fine.
In short, “anti-racism” as anti-Whites call it, is about taking things from White people. In their mind, Africa is for Black people, Asia for Asians, but White countries for everyone.