White supremacist flyers found posted in Troy will be investigated in part by the State Police Hate Crimes Task Force, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday in a statement.

The flyers discovered in recent weeks are believed to be linked to the Hundred Handers, an online community that has posted anti-immigrant, white supremacist statements on social media.

One flyer found in Troy urged, “You are hated. You have no rights. You are disrespected. You are white. Strike back.”

“I am deeply disturbed by the white supremacist materials that were found plastered on telephone poles and mailboxes in downtown Troy,” Cuomo said in the statement.

“These materials are not just spreading hate speech, they are inciting fear and division within our communities, and we must all stand together and disavow this hate-fueled rhetoric immediately.”

No new flyers were seen in Troy as of Monday. Cuomo said the State Police would assist in the investigation.

“I am directing the State Police Hate Crimes Task Force to assist local authorities in their investigation to ensure those responsible are found and held accountable to the fullest extent of the law,” he said. “These acts are not just disgusting – they are illegal, and we will never allow hate and discrimination to divide us in New York.”