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White Student Onions on Facebook
The latest drama buzzing over the weekend is about a recent crop of “white student union” Facebook group pages that have made a debut almost all at once.
Thus far we only know of a handful:
What makes them suspect is that not only did they all pop up at exactly the same time, but there is no proof they actually exist outside of Facebook. In other words, they are either phony, staged groups or satire.
We took a mosey over to the newly created University of Missouri’s White Student Union Facebook page:
There are none of the school’s students named who have any ties to this group or claiming to be organizers. We even found a faux photo post claiming to be from a recent bake sale for this make believe group.
The facts soon came out after:
Actually after we did a little research we found out that the photo came from a bake sale done by the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority for suicide prevention awareness:
Yes, the scum who created this fake school union group sunk so low as to use a photo of well intentioned, innocent young women working for the cause of suicide awareness and claimed it was for their sick racist cause.
Who would stoop so low as to be behind this demented charade?
We don’t really know (yet!) but we do know that Richard Spencer has been at the forefront in promoting this tasteless joke:
We don’t know if Spencer himself is putting up these phony Facebook groups. We do know that he had a conference less than a month ago to gather his demented, like-minded fascists at the National Press Club in DC as well as who knows what was going on in the local DC hotels where his attendees were staying.
Amateur-level propaganda is the stock and trade of garden variety white nationalism. It serves no larger purpose than to boost morale among its own adherents, but it’s usually so sloppily done that it winds up being a massive embarrassment. Faced with this sort of outing and its shamefully low population, Spencer or whoever is behind this will probably retroactively claim that the groups were “merely” set up as catch-alls for “anyone” who was interested in them. Another failure, another weaseling out of the unforgiving jaws of reality.
Richard this one is for you…