People have been editing Nigel Farage's 'Nazi propaganda' poster for him

Evan Bartlett@ev_bartlett
Friday 17 June 2016 16:40
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Ukip received widespread condemnation on Thursday for an anti-EU poster which was accused of resembling "outright Nazi propaganda".

Although the party defended itself by saying that the criticism was down to "Godwin's law", the poster has been reported to police under the allegation that it had "incite[d] racial hatred" .

Not only did the poster bear a striking resemblance to an actual anti-semitic Nazi war film, the poster obscured the only white man in the photo and also showed people moving between Croatia and Slovenia - many hundreds of miles from Britain's shores.

Since its unveiling, people have been fixing the poster for him.

Using English football hooligans...

Music festivals...

Alternative truths...

Illustrations...

A terrifying horde of Farages...

...and good old fashioned swear words

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