EBay announced today that, after last week’s racist massacre in Charleston, the online auction site would no longer permit the sale of Confederate flags. And they’re not alone—Walmart, Amazon, Etsy and Sears also say they won’t sell the flag anymore.

So what’s the bargain-minded racist to do? Keep shopping on eBay! The rebel flag is just one banner in a parade of merchandise with which to express your white nationalist sentiments—so there still are plenty of shopping options.

For starters, why not buy a white pride flag? No need to argue over the symbolic implications of the Confederate flag—this item shows exactly what you stand for. Hate, not heritage!

Or if you insist on historical symbols: The Confederate States of America may be off-limits, but you can still recreate Dylann Roof’s racist-as-hell jacket, featuring patches of the flags of apartheid-era South Africa and white-ruled Rhodesia:

If the wardrobe isn’t doing it for you, there’s still a listing to help you outfit your car in mass-murderer style instead:

Nor are the site’s goods limited to anti-black racists. Why not surprise the anti-Semite in your life with a copy of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion? Or, if you’re a rich racist, consider a first-edition hardcover of The Jew at Home (illustrated).

Or how about a nice swastika bumper sticker? Or maybe a Nazi flag decal?

And for the anti-Semite who has everything:

Shopping for a more kitschy kind of racist? Worry not! eBay’s got plenty of tacky memorabilia:

And if you’re not content to keep your racist decorations indoors, browse eBay’s collection of lawn jockeys, or this watermelon-eating charmer (“Item condition: New”):

But if nothing but the Confederate battle flag will do, Etsy for the moment still lists an impressive inventory of bikinis. Get ’em while you can!

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