Hundreds of notes linked to white supremacist scattered outside Vernon schools on Orange Shirt Day

Fortune-cookie-sized notes linked to a known American white supremacist have been scattered outside several Vernon schools on Orange Shirt Day – a day to commemorate and educates about Canada’s residential school history. According to multiple sources who have contacted Castanet, the notes have been scattered along streets by the hundreds outside at least four schools. So far, we have heard of them being found near Vernon Secondary School, as well as three elementary schools – Harwood, BX, Alexis Park. “Rant to the f****wit who left 200 of these fluttering down the road in front of my kids’ school,” said one parent in the Alexis Park area, who posted photos to the Vernon Rant and Rave (uncensored) Facebook group.
The woman says she picked up and recycled the notes. The paper slips give a web address to David Duke’s website. The American hate-monger is a known white supremacist, far-right politician, convicted felon, and former grand wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. From 1989 to 1992, he was a member of the Louisiana House of Representatives. He has advocated neo-Nazi and antisemitic conspiracy theories such as Holocaust denial and Jewish control of academia, the press, and the financial system.

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