Alt-right propaganda posted at The Blake

Alt-right propaganda posted at The Blake

Posters advertising ‘alt-right’ ideologies have appeared for the second time this year at The Blake, according to the company’s Twitter.

Management at the off-campus student apartment complex said the first round of signs was taken down as of Feb. 27, but the posters were back by March 7. The Blake — which describes itself as a community of “philosophers, thinkers, builders and artists” on its website — called the promotional material “unsolicited vandalism.”

“We champion diversity and inclusion because we wouldn’t be who we are without it,” a tweet read. It was followed by the hashtag “#RememberThat.”

The posters featured claims that “diversity is a false god,” and they asked if readers were “tired of political correctness.” Many also included the URL of a news website and forum for alt-right content, is being launched at a remarkable time, a point in which alt-right and identitarian ideas are becoming more mainstream than ever,” the media organization’s Facebook reads. “The challenge for us is to be as accessible as possible — to reach new hearts and minds — while being as as groundbreaking and challenging as possible.”

According to a report by CBS46, the posters first appeared Jan. 26, and some tenants at The Blake told the news outlet that they are living in fear. The alternative right movement is a highly conservative faction of politics, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. The civil rights organization categorizes the alt-right as an active white nationalist hate group.

“The alt-right is a set of far-right ideologies, groups and individuals whose core belief is that ‘white identity’ is under attack by multicultural forces using ‘political correctness’ and ‘social justice’ to undermine white people and ‘their’ civilization,” the Southern Poverty Law Center’s website read.

CBS46 reported that it is still unknown who posted the signs and that the story is still under investigation.


The alt-right stickers and posters first appeared on Jan. 26 according to a CBS46 report. Photo credit: Austin Mcmillan

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  1. Sandy
    March 13, 2017 at 7:43 pm

    So a community of “philosophers, thinkers, builders and artists” are “living in fear” of AltRight posters. Huh. There’s an irony in there somewhere. You go, Kennesaw U snowflakes, don’t think too hard, let the $PLC do it for you, and keep that safe space of yours locked up, tight as a drum. 🙂

    March 13, 2017 at 9:27 pm

    Oy vey shut it down!

  3. Scheming Stealberg
    March 14, 2017 at 6:37 am

    Oy vey will this never. Those Natzis and their evil posters. Its anotha shoah. Remember the 6 quadrillion goy.

  4. Deplorable Alt-Right
    March 16, 2017 at 4:34 am

    From source article:

    “The signs were posted everywhere, they were posted on the light poles, the car tags, they were just posted everywhere,” says Quintavius Farms.

    Farms told me he saw the signs when he woke up and admits the sight made him emotional.

    “I called my parents crying because I was hurt, it just hurt to see that,” says Farms. “I’m aware that racism is alive, but I’ve never had to deal with it.”

    Quintavius? But April first is still two weeks away?