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Note left on UKIP office criticises ‘fear, hatred and prejudice’

Naith Payton April 3, 2015
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A critical letter was found taped to UKIP’s campaign office in Bromley.

A twitter user posted the letter to the social media site yesterday, saying “Kudos to the person who left this”.

The full letter reads:

“To the people of this shop and to those that enter here. UKIP.

“I am with my 13 year old son walking to get something to eat and I see your hordings and advertising and I feel nothing but shame and absolute indignation that you impose your fear, hatred and prejudice on our communities.

“You should be driven back into the hole where you are from just so you know we are all beautiful people and your politics, your racism will never win.

“Love compassion and tolerance will defeat you.”

In last night’s TV leader’s debate, UKIP leader Nigel Farage attacked the NHS’s treatment of foreign nationals with HIV.

Related topics: Bromley, General Election 2015, Nigel Farage, UKIP

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