Target have launched an investigation into how cards featuring Neo-Nazi slogans ended up being sold inside boxes of diapers at their stores.The idea that “It’s okay to be white” is a little weird. The URLs on the other side are, in fact, to fairly hardcore sites, as you can see here, via the NY Post.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) said they have received complaints from at least two individuals who found laminated cards with the words “It’s okay to be white” inside boxes of diapers from Target—one bought from a store in Washington and one delivered to a family in Florida shipped from a facility in Indianapolis, Indiana.
A family in Hixson, Tennessee, also found a similar note inside a box of Pampers in March. In each case, the cards also featured a list of white supremacist website URLs on the opposite side.
Neo-Nazi 'It's Okay to Be White' Slogans Found Inside Boxes of Diapers Sold at Target By Ewan Palmer, Newsweek, April 11, 2018
Disturbing messages found in diapers from Target, By Lia Eustachewich, April 10, 2018.
Michael Harriot at the black website The Root did a post on it with a photo of a white baby and a white hand holding the card. And he filed it under "White Shenanigans"!
Who Put ‘It’s OK to Be White’ Cards in Diapers at Target?, Michael Harriot, The Root, April 10, 2018.
The idea of a "White Shenanigans"section is interesting. It's been a longtime MSM obsession that Breitbart.com has a "black crime" section, or of course, actually a black crime tag. Of course, there's nothing unusual about a black website having double standards, since their very existence as part of the the Gawker Media Empire is an example of anti-white double standards.
In any event, the person who did this has been fired, although not named: White supremacist messages found hidden in Target diaper boxes; employee fired, Syracuse.com, April 10, 2018. In this era of fake hate crimes, it's theoretically possible that this was a non-white person, but I doubt it, so I've filed this under our tag " White Guy Loses His Job".