“Home Rule” for England called “Racist”!
This is our Press Release:-
It is a measure of the state of England that the disgraceful article below could be published, apparently in all seriousness, here in Essex!
Click here to view the article >>> 'Racist' signs appear on Chelmsford roundabout near Three Mile Hill calling for 'Home Rule' | Essex Live
Robin Tilbrook, the Chairman of the English Democrats said:- “It is absolutely disgraceful that anyone living in Essex should describe calls for Home Rule for England as “racist”. It is legally a so called "Hate Crime" for these offensive and insulting Anglophobic discriminatory remarks to have been publicly made.
Robin continued:- “The English are as much entitled to Home Rule as any other nation on earth. Any person living here who thinks otherwise should seriously consider whether they really want to live in England!”
Here is the text of the article:-
'Racist' signs appear on Chelmsford roundabout near Three Mile Hill calling for 'Home Rule'
Signs have been spotted plastered around a Chelmsford roundabout, showing a St George's Cross and calling for 'Home Rule'.
At least three of the placards are visible on the back of road signs around the Widford roundabout, near Indian Nights restaurant and Three Mile Hill.
A woman, who wished to remain anonymous, reported the appearance of the signs to Essex Live and said: "They are quite high up and I hadn't noticed them before so I assume they are new.
"I saw the first one and it took me a second to realise they were political, I turned my head round to check the back of the other sign as we headed down Three Mile Hill and was quite shocked to see another one - showing it was an actual campaign of some sort rather than just one person putting up one sign.
"I was quite shocked and disgusted, I know Chelmsford is more right than left, but I've never seen something so blatantly inciting racial politics and hatred.
"I was also concerned about who is putting them up - is it a new group in town?
"As someone of Irish descent, the phrase "home rule" and the irony of the whole thing was not lost on me."
Since Britain voted to leave the European Union incidents of hate crime sharply increased across Essex.
In the week after the vote, 39 hate crimes were reported to Essex Police, up from 21 in the previous seven days and higher than the 31 incidents reported in the same week earlier.
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