Last week on the Veteran’s Day parade in Albany, Oregon, residents found flyers against White Genocide placed on their car windshields.
The flyers featured the phrases “ANTI-RACIST is a code word for ANTI-WHITE” and “DIVERSITY is a code word for WHITE GENOCIDE.”
Some anti-Whites were outraged and called the police and local government, and wrote letters to the Democrat-Herald.
According to the Democrat-Herald, Peter Goodman, a member of “Community Action For Racial Equity” or “C.A.R.E“, a local activist group, opposed the message of the White Genocide flyers.
He said “When something like this happens we encourage people to make an individual protest […] Contact the police or write to the paper to let the community we don’t want that here.”
“We’re asking the city affirm opposition to this sort of hate literature and promote a welcoming attitude”
“Unless this type of thing is challenged it will fester and grow, […] These things are an attack on all citizens.”
Legally speaking, “hate” means something that targets a group. When anti-Whites like Goodman say “hate”, what they mean is “I hate it”.