The UKIP -- United Kingdom Independence Party - is increasing the awareness of their nation's demographic shift through an aggressive ad campaign.
The opposition, like Pavlov's dogs, are responding exactly as conditioned: with charges of 'racism.'
As issues are a series of posters that prompt Britons to engage their brains.
One poster reads, "UK policy at work." The text is accompanied by the image of a white worker begging on a sidewalk.
Another poster reads, "26 million people in Europe are looking for work. And whose jobs are they after?"
The 26 million refers to the mass of immigrants, nearly all non-white. That poster includes the image of an huge hand with its index finger pointed in Uncle Sam fashion at the reader.
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The party is using £1.5 million of funding donated by millionaire ex-Tory donor Paul Sykes to launch its biggest ever publicity drive. The posters put up in two waves over the next four weeks, and be accompanied by adverts in digital media.Continue reading ►
Leader Nigel Farage has defended the posters, and said he was not bothered by "ruffl[ing] a few feathers among the chattering classes."
"Are we bothered about that? Not in the slightest," he said.
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