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“It’s Okay to be White” (IOTBW) first appeared in 2017. Three years later, it’s just as powerful as it was then, perhaps more so. It truly is a meme with no expiry date.
I was pleasantly surprised to see a fellow Scot spam the entire town of Perth with IOTBW stickers, provoking a silly over-reaction from Scotland’s Deputy First Minister John Swinney.
There have been several other notable occurrences in recent months. For example, IOTBW posters found at Universities in the United States even spurred an FBI investigation. Which is astounding when you think about it.
As a result of this meme’s ongoing success, we’ve officially declared January “It’s Okay to Be White” month, to complement our annual Halloween event.
January is officially international #ItsOkayToBeWhite month.
All around the world, the posters will go up.
5 Simple words, affirming our right to existence and well-being. pic.twitter.com/RDgeYpQUH1
— It’s Okay (@UpAndOv3r) December 27, 2019
So, to mark the occasion, I am calling upon all Millennials and Zoomers to escape the self-destructive obsession with theatre-politics for a moment and get outside and do your bit for our people.
Find suitable locations like busy streets or university campuses. Stick them up quite high so that the 5’4” cat ladies can’t rip them off easily, but don’t stick them anywhere too obnoxious. Go on a dry and quiet night, preferably not a Friday or Saturday when it’s usually busy.
Do a trial run if you want so, that you can find the best spots.
A few more tips:
- Don’t change the message.
- Don’t add watermarks.
- Don’t add symbols.
- Don’t change the font.
- Don’t engage the Left in any way except to point out the absurdity of their overreactions.
- Know where the cameras are. Don’t leave fingerprints. This is not illegal, but plenty of jurisdictions are being pressured to treat it that way.
- Don’t commit vandalism. Put them up only where posters and stickers are already placed.
- Remember: the simplicity of the message and its inoffensiveness to sane people is its strength.
I went on bike so I could cover a lot more area.
I’ll admit I found it an exhilarating experience.
Your goal is to make the local newspapers respond to it.
What could be better than exercise, refreshing night air, a good burst of adrenaline, and waking up to anti-white histrionics in your local media?
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