Actual Newspaper Headline: “Plastic Easter Eggs Filled with Hate Found on Oakdale Doorsteps”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 4, 2015

Note: This story is from Easter of 2014.

This time, goyim, you've gone too far.
This time, goyim, you’ve gone too far.

Someone in Oakdale, California took the opportunity of Easter to pass-out eggs containing messages warning against the genocide of the White race.  In response, the local paper actually had the nerve to run the headline “Plastic Easter eggs filled with hate found on Oakdale doorsteps” attached to an alarmist article condemning the message as pure evil incarnate.

Modesto Bee:

Easter eggs were delivered early for a number of Oakdale residents, but instead of candy, the recipients found white supremacy propaganda.

The eggs were found Friday on doorsteps, in planters and tucked in bushes in newer neighborhoods on Oakdale’s west side. Printed in all capital letters on strips of paper were passages like “Diversity is a code word for white genocide” and “Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white.”

Charlene Barnett said her husband found the egg first but left it for her to open, thinking it was from a church or neighbor, given that it was Good Friday.

“I’m leaving the house in the morning at 8:30 and I go, oh someone left a nice little gift for me on the porch,” Barnett said. But after opening it, “I dropped it and went, ‘Oh, God.’ Something so pretty – a wish for hope and a renewal in spring – and it’s something nasty on the inside.”

The message in her egg was not only racist but a bit perplexing: “Asia for Asians, Africa for Africans and white countries for everybody!!!”

“The only reason our color is different is because of migration and habitat,” said resident Cheryl Wolford. “These people are not only hateful, they are also stupid, they don’t know their history. … They are just ignoramuses.”

Wolford, who referred to the eggs as “hate bombs,” surveyed her neighborhood in The Vineyards subdivision and found at least 15 more eggs after discovering hers on her welcome mat.

Oh, so those outraged with a message which contradicts the status quo were women. Again.  I wonder why their husbands weren’t interviewed about the evil hate?

"Oy vey dis is like annudduh shoah." -Cheryl Wolford on the Easter eggs of hate
“Oy vey dis is like annudduh shoah.” -Cheryl Wolford on the Easter eggs of hate

I just want to say here again, what I say every time this comes up: “Anti-racist is a codeword for anti-White” is an unnecessarily confusing phrase which should be left out. “Diversity is a codeword for White genocide” is much better and clearer, and I’m sure people can easily think of other such slogans and stop repeating this obviously unhelpful one.

I am simply concerned about using what works, and as no one knows what an “anti-racist” is except racists and other anti-racists, the slogan is not helpful and should be discarded in favor of slogans which are easier for people to understand.