Easter eggs may come and go but racist messages can last forever.
While most kids spent their Easter weekend stuffing their faces with chocolate eggs, the children in one Virginia neighborhood were learning about white genocide.
Parents in Henrico County, Virginia were outraged during their Easter Sunday egg hunt when they discovered that Easter eggs with hidden racist messages had been left on neighborhood lawns.
The Smiths were having an egg hunt with their 3-year-old son Sunday afternoon at their home when they discovered the offensive eggs.
“My husband noticed the last Easter egg and I knew it wasn’t one that we put out,” Jackie Smith recalled. “We opened it and it’s got the white supremacist stuff in it.”
And the hate-filled eggs weren’t contained to the Smiths’ yard. Other neighbors found various notes hidden in plastic eggs saying “Diversity = White Genocide”, “Mass immigration and forced assimilation of non-whites into our lands is genocide”, and suggesting the kids visits websites such as WhiteManMarch.com and WhiteGenocideProject.com.
“We don’t want other kids around here who can read being like, ‘Hey mommy what’s the million man white march or what’s the genocide project?’ Most of us don’t want to explain genocide to our 6-year-olds,” Jackie Smith explained.
Police have canvassed the area and are working with the Computer Crimes Unit to gather more information about the racist Easter egg incident. Apparently the idea for putting racist messages in Easter eggs originated with White Man’s March founder Kyle Hunt, so his followers are looking pretty suspicious right now. I just hope they only put racist messages in the white eggs, not the colored ones – otherwise they’re total hypocrites.