Months after flyers promoting a white supremacist group near schools in Westchester and a popular deli were posted, the organization is back at it, with a prominent presence in Katonah.
In July last year, recruitment posters for Identity Evropa, cropped up in Croton-on-Hudson, including several that were hung outside the Croton-Harmon High School and the local middle school.
Then again late in November, stickers for the white supremacy group were found posted outside the post office in Montrose, near the Montrose Deli. The stickers have since been removed by police and town officials.
This week, the group is back at it, posting stickers on signs in Katonah, pinning a flier on a “local community board” and putting a poster reading “Identity Evropa European Roots American Greatness” at the Katonah Metro-North station.
According to Identity Evropa, they are “an American Identitarian organization. As such, our main objective is to create a better world for people of European heritage – particularly in America – by peacefully effecting cultural change. Identity Evropa is thus an explicitly non-violent organization.
“As Identitarians, we believe that identity matters, inequality is a fact of life, and ethnic diversity, as demonstrated by substantial historical and sociological evidence, is an impediment to societal harmony. Unfortunately, the fetishization of diversity has resulted in a paradigm wherein ‘less White people’ – in academia, employment, and countries overall – is accepted as a moral imperative. We categorically reject this ‘progressive’ morality and instead demand that we, people of European heritage, retain demographic supermajorities in our homelands.”
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