A mormon mom blogger Ayla sparked liberal outrage when she claimed on her blog Nordic Sunrise that mormonism was doomed to die if they kept celebrating diversity, and in order to help, she’s given birth to six white children, and challenged others to do the same.
Ayla also wrote about the dangers of supporting diversity, immigration, and refugees. She’s made herself into a poster-woman for the alt-right, and liberals can’t take her success. Since her “challenge” post, Ayla has suffered from attacks on social media, with liberals calling her a “racist”.
The mother of 6 has repeatedly posted about the dangers of rap music, “ghetto” culture, and frequently retweets former KKK leaders.
The Daily Mail reports:
A racist Mormon ‘mummy blogger’ has issued a ‘white baby ‘challenge’ to her followers to stop ‘black ghetto culture’.
Alt-right blogger Ayla claims on her blog Nordic Sunrise, that Mormonism is doomed if it continues to celebrate racial diversity, and support refugees and immigration.
The Donald Trump supporter, who regularly retweets former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke and uses the #whiteculture hashtag, has become a poster girl for the alt-right movement.
In her latest rant, Ayla – a mother-of-six who also opposes feminism – attacked what she describes as ‘black ghetto culture.’
Her answer was to issue the ‘white baby challenge’ to urge white families to have more white children, the Salt Lake Tribune reports.
‘I’ve made six. Match or beat me!’
She also tweeted a statement from Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, saying that Americans ‘can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies’.
The blogger also criticized rapper James the Mormon, aka James Curran who she claimed was promoting ‘ghetto culture.’
‘Just as inner-city Chicago used to be full of hardworking Christian[s], Poles, Germans and Irish but is now overrun with black, ghetto culture,’ she wrote in a recent blog, ‘it seems Mormonism and Utah are the next target for cultural destruction, and what’s worse, the Mormons themselves are welcoming it.’
While she admits that James does not ‘cuss or rap about sex (at least not yet),’ she claims his music video promotes ‘violent, inner-city thug culture and its lack of traditional values. It was also erasing our strong Mormon musical culture.’
Ayla even attacks James for supporting Beyonce, Black Lives Matter and being pro-refugee.
‘Equality of cultures is a false God,’ she said. ‘The culture and values promoted by James the Mormon do not reflect what is best for Mormon youth. He should not be given promotion within our homes or church.’
The Mormon church declined to comment on the behavior of its individual members.