UK: London Billboard Urges Whites to Sterilize Themselves
by Chris Rossetti
IN LONDON, England a ghoulish billboard has just been erected, pictured above, showing little White children, drawn as cute cartoons, coupled with a message that says “No more sperm” (shown on a White toddler girl’s shirt) and “Do Your Part, Get Sterilised! Yay!” among other things, not all of which are visible in the photograph obtained by National Vanguard. (Any readers in the Islington area of London, or any other place such a billboard has been erected, please send us a higher-resolution photo in which all of the billboard’s verbiage can be read. You may initiate the conversation via our contact form.)
In a city with a high non-White population, all of the children depicted on the pro-sterilization billboard are White — a clear indication of the intent of whoever is paying for this chilling, offensive, and disgusting anti-White monstrosity.
Meanwhile, another billboard was just forced down in the United Kingdom — a billboard that called for the defeat of a pro-abortion candidate (it said little more than the url stopstella.com) and simply displayed a picture of an unborn White child in the womb at nine weeks (see image below).
UK Company Apologizes for Pro-Life Billboard Aimed at Local MP
An advertising company has apologized for displaying a pro-life billboard in the United Kingdom, saying it is removing the ad and will make a donation to a pro-abortion charity.
The billboard was erected in Walthamstow, East London, as part of the #StopStella campaign. The campaign is in reference to local Labour MP Stella Creasy, the leader of a movement to force legal abortion on Northern Ireland later this month. Creasy is now pushing to fully legalize abortion throughout the United Kingdom via amendments to the Domestic Abuse Bill.
The organization the Centre for Bioethical Reform UK paid for the 20-foot billboard, which featured a picture of Creasy next to an image of a baby who was aborted at 24-weeks gestation. The billboard read “Your MP is working hard…. To make this a human right.”
Clear Channel, the company that produced the billboard, issued an apology and pledged to donate the money they were paid for the advertisement to Abortion Support Network. The apology followed a series of tweets by Creasy about a seperate billboard from the same campaign which appeared overnight Sept. 30.
In addition to calling out the company, the MP asked to Metropololitan police to invesitgate the ads as “harassment.”
Centre for Bioethical Reform UK, which is the UK branch of the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, said that the aim of the billboard was to inform the people of Walthamstow about “the humanity of the unborn child and the reality of abortion.” …
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Source: National Vanguard correspondents and Catholic News Agency