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While Saturday, March 15 was a normal weekend day, much like any other, for the vast majority of the world, for a select few defenders of white men and the white race in general, it was a day of political action.
Organized by a white guy from Massachusetts named Kyle Hunt, the White Man March, as it was called, was intended to be a worldwide, semi-coordinated effort of oppressed white men to demand their rights and fight back against “diversity,” which, in their telling, is a codeword for “white genocide.”
Unfortunately for embattled white guys everywhere, the event seems to have been something of a flop, with very few attendees and precious little non-mocking coverage from the media. But that’s not to say the whole thing was for naught; on Twitter, it led to the explosion of a mocking hashtag, #whitemanmarchprotestsigns, which provided countless numbers of bored weekend tweeters with something funny to do on an otherwise uneventful Saturday.
Here, then, are some of the better #whitemanmarchprotestsigns tweets:
White males are under attack! We're only 90% of CEOs at Fortune 500 companies! IT USED TO BE 100% #WhiteManMarchProtestSigns— Elon James White (@elonjames) March 15, 2014
BUT THEY USE THAT WORD ALL THE TIME #whitemanmarchprotestsigns— Jesse Berney (@jesseberney) March 15, 2014
What do we want? More pumpkin flavored food items! When do we want it? NOW! #WhiteManMarchProtestSigns— Jesse LaGreca (@JesseLaGreca) March 15, 2014
What do we want EVERYTHING When do we want it STILL #WhiteManMarchProtestSigns— Charles (@Ugarles) March 15, 2014
CALLING ME RACIST IS RACIST #WhiteManMarchProtestSigns— Tracy Clayton (@brokeymcpoverty) March 15, 2014
I OWN "THE BLIND SIDE" ON BLU RAY #whitemanmarchprotestsigns— The Astronope (@GeneAdrift) March 15, 2014
I understand racism; my grandfather was Irish #whitemanmarchprotestsigns— Dana Houle (@DanaHoule) March 16, 2014
#WhiteManMarchProtestSigns [it's a low res print out of the dave matthews band logo]— kept_simple (@kept_simple) March 15, 2014
Like little stars.
World's best pie apple. Essential for Tarte Tatin. Has five prominent ribs.
So pretty. So early. So ephemeral. Tastes like strawberry candy (slightly).
My personal fave. Ultra-crisp. Graham cracker flavor. Should be famous. Isn't.
High flavored with notes of blood orange and allspice. Very rare.
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