Skip to comments.4chan Launches “It’s Ok To Be White” Campaign, Causing Mass Outrage WorldWide
Posted on 11/01/2017 9:22:05 PM PDT by TigerClaws
over the alleged hate crime that recently occurred at Boston College. A crime that was nothing more than the placement of a single poster on campus with the words Dont apologize for being white. Seemingly inspired by this development and the overblown reaction to it. The infamous trolls over at 4chans politically incorrect board have just launched a new widespread campaign set to take this poster idea to the next level.
The idea was simple. If a seemingly innocuous message like the one posted at Boston College could cause such a reaction, what would happen if a similar message was far more widely distributed? 4chan decided they wanted to find out, and Operation White was soon hatched. The plan being to print out and post all around every major city possible, a simple flyer featuring only the words ITS OKAY TO BE WHITE.
It’s alright to be White!
I love it. If I were in LA, I know a few campuses I’d visit.
It brings them out from under the rocks they live under.
(See, population implosion by whites, coupled with population booms in Africa and Asia, will increase the likelihood that Western civilization is plundered and destroyed.)
“ITS OKAY TO BE WHITE.”
Alright. It’s simple. Reasonable people will go along with it. If 4chan tries to disseminate something bad afterward, people won’t go along with that.
What is 4chan?
Long story. They had moved to 8chan (/pol/), last time I looked in. It’s a Web discussion board. It’s not moderated much, so there is offensive speech (really offensive, dry humor). The core intent by the core group doesn’t appear to be really in favor of spreading fascism, but they do like to investigate and inflame the lefties. They’ve been useful a few times toward solving some mysteries and bringing evil deeds of the left into public view.
It’s all right to be white!
People like you helped make this nation, it is not a sin to be Caucasian!
Some of them have pretended to be Nazis, commies, pervs, police, Jewish people and several other kinds of characters—that offensive! Some of them also pretend to be autistic (might be some mild autism/Asperger’s manifesting pools of extra obsession/intelligence). In the midst of their extremely dark humor, sometimes, they investigate or even invade and find information that others don’t find and release it.
4chan is a simple image-based bulletin board where anyone can post comments and share images. There are boards dedicated to a variety of topics, from Japanese animation and culture to videogames, music, and photography. Users do not need to register an account before participating in the community. Feel free to click on a board below that interests you and jump right in!
There is also an 8chan.
4chan /pol is a Wild West posting board open to free speech.
Some post as Nazis and some as communists at the extreme.
They are masters at trolling. This campaign is an example.
Theyve solved at least one crime - the bike lock attacker.
4chan can be a cesspool but they are usually right on top of breaking news and my son tells me they investigate very well and as a result, have lots of information before anyone else.
My favorite 8chan/4chan stunt was when they called in an airstrike on ISIS.
The chans analyzed some ISIS videos using their “weaponized autism” and figured out where the ISIS camp was. The latitude and longitude. Well... the natural follow on was “what can we do with that?”
“Give it to somebody with bombs” is the natural answer. And since Obama was worthless they found a way to pass it on to the Russians, who happily became the 8chan Air Force.
It’s the wild wild west of the internets, you don’t even have to register spout off.
How old are you?
Right. That and driving Shia Labeuf to insanity.
4chan /pol/ are the righteous SOB’s that tracked down Shia LeDouche’s flag from contrails.
Here for the story: http://www.breitbart.com/tinseltown/3/
The Shia Laboeuf capture the flag game was hilarious. A pity Shia gave up.
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