I was recently sent an email by a gentleman living in Hackney by the name of David McSlat who has drawn my attention to a number of racist billboards and propaganda which is reportedly being used in Diane Abbott’s election campaign.
The billboard pictured above has been reportedly placed in several areas throughout the borough of Hackney where Diane Abbott intends to stand for re-election. I am to understands that the area covering Hackney has a high negro populous but this billboard is clearly racist and Anti-White in nature.
By the very virtue of the fact that Ms Abbott feels the need to draw attention to race, she is therefore being racist but moreover we have the fact that this plea for support clearly does not want the support of White people.
The billboard mentions that eternal word of “diversity” to which we know to mean multiculturalism, something that UKIP takes a firm stance against.
I have forwarded this image to Paul Nuttall as I feel that this is an issue we as a party have to confront because clearly this is racism.
This is the original poster, which I’m told is available for download on the Labour Party’s main campaign website. UKIP has many Negroes within our party and we respect the Negro culture and heritage but we do not attempt to use them on the basis of their black skin as clearly the Labour party is doing.
Negroes have always played a popular role within British society, especially in the industry of service and vassalage to British people. The typical Negro doesn’t present a threat in the same way as perhaps one may find a muslim brings, in fact the Negro people are relatively tame however they are clearly an unfortunate victim of Labour’s race-hate department.
Diane Abbott’s election propaganda is both racist to Negroes and Whites alike and it is imperative that our two races unite to combat this form of race-hate. There is a place within UKIP for the Negro worker and we respect his kin and ideology but we do not view him as a superior to ourselves.
A champion of the Negro people within UKIP is Winston Mckenzie who perhaps can be seen as a kind of “Dr Martin Luther King Jr” in Britain. Indeed, Mckenzie is passionate for equal rights and takes an aggressive position against all forms of race-hate such as the tactics employed by fellow Negro, Diane Abbott.
Negroes are really a charming people and are entirely harmless to approach, indeed the stigma that Negroes receive is really quite unnecessary.
Ray John Norfolk