There are at least 2.8 million—and potentially as many as four million—nonwhite voters in Britain, the product of decades of legal immigration, and who will play a pivotal role in ensuring a “remain” victory in the upcoming referendum on European Union membership.
The large number of nonwhite voters was revealed in a press release by the official “Operation Black Vote” (OBV) organization, announcing its new viciously racist anti-white poster portraying white people as thugs.
According to a statement on its website, the UK-government funded OBV said that it had “partnered again with the advertising giant Saatchi & Saatchi” to create a hard-hitting poster to encourage black and minority ethnic (“BAME”) communities to register to vote in the EU Referendum.
The poster shows a white man dressed up as a “skinhead” shouting abuse at an elderly Indian woman while both are sitting on a see-saw, with the slogan “a vote is a vote.”
Any poster which portrayed the opposite stereotypes—a nonwhite thug threatening an elderly white woman—would of course be instantly attacked as “racist.”
However, because of the establishment’s institutionalized anti-white racism, the OBV campaign will proceed without protest from the controlled media, their political parties, and their allies.
Explaining the poster, the OBV said that the campaign “aims to empower the BAME community” and “shows that their vote carries as much weight as the other, frequently more vocal sides of the political spectrum.”
The OBV statement went on to say that the EU-referendum campaign has been “characterised by anger, not much objective information, and at times the demonization of foreigners and in particular people of colour. Our campaign poster illustrates that.”
“The poster features an Asian woman being berated by an aggressive looking thug. The pair are seated on a see-saw—demonstrating the balance of their equivalent power—with the strap-line: ‘A vote is vote.’”
The image will run “across digital poster sites in London and Manchester, and will be accompanied by a social media campaign to raise awareness and provide easily accessible links and guides on how to register,” the statement continued.
Then it revealed that there are approximately four million nonwhite voters in the UK, “each of whom can help to shape the country we live in the future.”
However, the OBV said, “30 percent are not even registered to vote, and many of those registered do not make it to the polls.”
Thirty percent of four million is 1.2 million—which means that the already registered number of nonwhite voters is 2.8 million. This is more than enough to swing the referendum, as Simon Woolley, Director of OBV, said in the statement: “These potential voters could easily decide one of the biggest questions of the last three decades—whether we remain in the EU or leave.”
Magnus Djaba, CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi London, was also quoted as saying that as “a member of the BAME community, I understand better than most why mainstream political campaigning fails to cut through with this audience.
“This campaign turns its back on the usual political posturing and talks to the BAME community in a language we understand.”
In other words, the portrayal of whites as vicious abusive thugs is the “language” the BAME community “understands”—a statement which is in itself a searing indictment on the total failure of nonwhites to “integrate” into white society even after decades of multicultural propaganda.
The racist, anti-white, OBV poster serves as conclusive evidence therefore that complete physical geographic separation provides the only real solution to the issue of race and racial differences—separate states in which each race can live in peace and achieve their maximum potential without the stress of racial conflict and division.