Police in Birmingham believe that six signs saying diversity will lead to white genocide are connected to a group called "White Man March," and their attempt to stage a "worldwide" protest on Saturday.
According to AL.com, the "diversity = white genocide" were found hanging along interstates throughout the city on Saturday.
"We just removed the signs," Birmingham Police Lt. Sean Edwards noted. "We don't want stuff like that. We want to remove it quickly. We don't want to alarm the citizens. We don't welcome that type of mentality and behavior here."
"White Man March" organizer Kyle Hunt had been calling for supporters to hang the signs as part of a "coordinated pro-white activity" on March 15.
"The purpose is to spread information through activism, but also to make a statement that White people are united in their love for their race and in their opposition to its destruction," Hunt's website explains.
The site adds: "We will make it clear that we will not sit idly by as our race is discriminated against, mocked, displaced, and violently attacked, all of which amount to white genocide, according to the United Nation’s own definition of genocide. This is why one of our big messages, which will be displayed on many large banners, is 'DIVERSITY” = WHITE GENOCIDE.' These banners will spread the message to the public at large in the most effective way possible. This “diversity” agenda is being directed at white countries (and only at white countries) with various programs to ensure that there are less white people at schools and in the work force, which is unfair and discriminatory, taking away money and opportunities from the White citizens. 'Diversity' is a codeword for White Genocide."
Hunt recently told Vice that he could be "president of the United States in 2020, but for right now I am supporting some pro-White candidates from the American Freedom Party."
Cincinnati.com reported that only 10 people showed up at intersection in Florence on Saturday for the so-called "march." No other marches were reported in the media during Saturday's worldwide event.