This is not the actual banner, but it is likely to be the same as the one in this picture.
There are unconfirmed reports coming out of Canada, which say that a banner reading “Diversity = White Genocide” was taken down by thought-police, possibly in an attempt to censor the message.
The banner was said to have appeared on Monday morning, the 10th of September, in Mississauga, on an overpass in Queen Elizabeth Way.
According to reports, the police have taken down the banner, and are treating it as a “hate crime”.
In order to censor our views, the Canadian police force has repeatedly referred to White Genocide as a “hate crime” or “hate speech”, but they cannot make the accusation stick because it says nothing bad about other groups.
Mississauga has recently become minority (45.8% White in 2011) as a result of the anti-White policies enforced by various Canadian governments. This may explain why there is growing resistance to White Genocide in the area.
As we have seen all-too often on White Genocide project, it is the “diverse” areas where people are the most upset with these anti-White policies.
And vice-versa, it is usually the majority White areas where anti-Whites have manipulated the discussion in their favor.