You Will Not Replace Us
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You Will Not Replace Us is a white nationalist slogan coined by Identity Evropa. During 2017, the slogan gained popularity among members of the alt-right. The motto has been used by other members, including Richard B. Spencer.
According to the Jewish Civil Rights organization ADL, Damigo stated on camera during one protest of He Will Not Divide Us: “Shia LeBeouf, you will not replace us with your globalism.” Other members in the crowd were reported to have joined in and shouted "You will not replace us".
In May 2017, Richard Spencer chanted the slogan at a rally protesting the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, Virginia. Posters were also reported carrying the message at Southern Methodist University, and at Temple University.
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- "More Controversial Flyers Surface on SMU Campus". NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth. Retrieved 2017-06-30.
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