The Human Rights Commission (HRC) says there’s “no place” for ‘It’s Okay To Be White’ stickers and T-shirts currently being sold on Trade Me.
Who the fuck do they think they are. More leftie shit from these wowsers.
What about if we change it to “It’s okay to be old and white?
“This phrase is known to be associated with white supremacist groups around the world,” a spokesperson for the Human Rights Commission told Newshub.
“Despite what the advertisements say, it seems likely that the stickers and T-shirts are intended to convey a message of intolerance, racism and division. There is no place for that in New Zealand.”
Trade Me told Newshub it understands the items “aren’t everyone’s cup of tea” but will allow the listings to remain on its site as they do not breach its rules.
“Items which marginalise individuals or promote one race at the cost of another cannot be sold onsite,” says head of trust and safety, George Hiotakis.
“While we know there is some debate about this slogan we don’t think these items cross that line.”