“#HeWillNotDivideUs” : Deicide

If you’re just now tuning in, “#HeWillNotDivideUs” is an art project made by Shia Labeouf and Co. to Protest the election of President Donald J. Trump.

It’s also a White Supremacist Movement, as proved in my last article on this topic.

Well, it’s been a day or two since that article, and it’s already been spread onto /r/The_Donald (ew), and 4chan’s /pol/ boards (double ew). And something surprising happened. The Redditors and the 4Channers actually agreed.

“Very eye-opening. Can’t believe I didn’t see this before. White Supremacists are totally delusional, and I think we can all agree that there’s not many people more delusional than Shia.” commented Reddit user MirrorOfSouls. “His own drunken rant to that police officer is proof enough.”

What MirrorOfSouls is referring to is this interesting quote by Shia, a few months ago.

Picture: artistic rendition of this — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kz_TJWHMGLE (courtesy: TMZ)
“… while Shia was being fingerprinted, he looked at a black officer and said, “You’re going to hell, straight to hell, bro.” A white cop questioned the drunk actor, and added … “That doesn’t mean he’s going to hell.” Shia responded, “It means a whole lot, bro.” (TMZ.com)

Whether you’re skeptical of “#HWNDU” being racist or not, it’s pretty telling to know the brain behind this movement believes these things.

A hashtag on Twitter started after my last article: “#WhiteFlagWhitePower.”

The hashtag refers to the “#HeWillNotDivideUs” flag, which is Black text on a plain, white, nylon flag.

Though the flag itself isn’t the problem, the hashtag “#WhiteFlagWhitePower” says the message the flag proudly waves symbolizes White Supremacy, and hatred.

“I woke up Monday morning to find that Shia [Labeouf] and Luke [Turner] put the flag back up in my hometown” said a citizen of Nantes, France, who wishes to remain anonymous. “I cried… in fear of White Supremacists… and Fascists… just parading in the streets, in victory and celebration of this hateful movement.”
Picture: “#HWNDU,” waving on top of Le Lieu Unique, Nantes.
“I feel divided.” said Sam Hyde, a college student in Burbank, CA. “This is unbelievable. How could they have gotten away with this so easily?”

I have a message for those who are reading this article. Whether you’re at home, at work, on a train, on a bike, in the bottom of the ocean, or in Nantes. I urge you to use the hashtag: “#WhiteFlagWhitePower” to fight the White Supremacist movement that is “#HeWillNotDivideUs.”

With your help, we can put a stop to this oppressive, hateful movement.

Picture: A flyer spread around Nantes, France. Shia Labeouf with “Fasciste” covering his eyes.