October 14, 2014
Following complaints by customers, a t-shirt bearing an Australian flag and an allegedly racist slogan has been removed from the shelves in the Australian supermarket Woolworth’s, the BBC reports.
What did this evil racist t-shirt say, I wonder?
“If you don’t love it, leave.”
So let’s look at this. What exactly is being implied by claiming this statement is “racist”?
Firstly, in America – and I assume it is the same in Australia – this statement in no way speaks to race, but only patriotism. This phrase was commonly used during the communist infiltration period in America, against White Americans who were seen as opposing the nations value system. I myself was told this repeatedly during the years after 9/11, when opposed the Jew wars and claimed the Jews did 9/11, because this was at that time viewed as an anti-American position.
So, although brainwashed/traitor Whites are very often the first to cry racism, in this instance I am rather certain it was the subhumans themselves who complained, as Whites, being familiar with the slogan, wouldn’t associate it with race.
Assuming this is the case – and I am rather certain we can assume that – what are the subhumans themselves saying when they claim that it is racist for Whites to expect them to love the country?
They are, apparently, saying that they have no obligation to love the country – in fact, they are well in their rights to hate it – but that even while hating the country, they have a right to occupy it, and if any questions their right to hate the country while occupying it, they are the hater.
After the complaints, the supermarket rushed to sooth the feelings of the subhumans, assuring them that they believe that even invasive immigrants who harbor open hatred for Australia have a right to be in the country.
“It has come to our attention that two Woolworths stores were inadvertently stocking a singlet that we consider totally unacceptable,” the spokesman for Woolworth’s told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
“The singlet was not one we ordered. It was delivered to us in error and should never [have] been allowed on our shelves.
“The sentiment expressed on the singlet does not reflect the views of Woolworths.”
When will enough be enough, White Man?