White Nationalist propaganda found on campus; no investigations launched
Vanguard America, a white nationalist group left its mark on Texas universities again Monday, with another series of offensive posters.
The posters, last seen posted in universities across the state in Feb were seen again on campus at UNT Monday Morning, where they were posted to social media before being removed.
“The way the university deals with that, is that when we’re notified we send personnel over there to take those posters off.” University News Manager Margarita Venegas said.
Because posting posters outside of designated zones and without pre-approval is a violation of university policy and not a criminal offense, no investigation will be conducted.
“This will likely be the end of it unless we see more,” Venegas said. “If it becomes a habitual problem, then we’ll have to deal with that.”
This time posted in the bus stop outside of the GAB, the new posters feature the phrases “Are you tired of anti-white propaganda on campus? YOU ARE NOT ALONE.” and “A notice to all citizens of the United States of America, it is your civic duty to report any and all illegal aliens to U.S. immigration and customs enforcement. They have broken the law.”
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