Friday, 9 August 2013

Go Home Van

Last year the London Borough of Redbridge bragged it was the most popular destination in England for foreigners coming to see the Olympic Games. That gave the more sensitive souls living in this benighted ghetto a good laugh! Last month Redbridge was one of six London boroughs in which the Home Office trialed its Illegals Go Home Van (2013). Today the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) announced it had launched an investigation into the Home Office campaign, following 60 complaints (CLICK). These range from nit-pickers quibbling about the claim "106 arrests in your area last week" to half-wit liberals playing the race card and claiming the campaign could incite or exacerbate racial hatred and tensions in multicultural communities. Cobblers. My complaint against this campaign is that it targets English speakers only. Many legal immigrants don't speak English, which is the reason Redbridge needs to publish its important notices in more than a dozen languages. So, how many illegal immigrants can read the Illegals Go Home message? This is Home Office propaganda desperately trying to kid potential UKIP voters that it is doing something about the immigration problem.


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