BBC lie that the Risitas meme is racist

BBC News, centrist state-funded media, is freaking out that weaponised autism might help Le Pen win, terrified at the rise of the new rightwing youth.

Their French reporter Helene Daouphars, is a rabid feminist, anti-British, globalist shill, who has on BBC News demanded France dump its problems on Britain; she said it is unfair fake refugees feel obliged to accept benefits in France due to British border patrols.

The Beep commissioned her to make a desperate hatchet job piece, seeking to demonise any threat to open borders.

She selects extreme Twitter accounts to falsely portray that Pepe, and even Risitas, basically Internet memes, are supposedly white supremacist anti-Semitic hate symbols, but a black lady they interview tells them Pepe’s funny.

Kong Yamang who the BBC present as the leader of the Great Meme War in France has only 68 folllowers.

It features a glass of milk emoji, when it was Black Lives Matter activists who made milk racial, by saying it’s a bigoted product due to most sufferers of lactose intolerance being black.

Time to stop paying for this rubbish! #AxeTheTVTax

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About the author: Luke Nash-Jones

Luke Nash-Jones is the Director of The People's Charter Foundation. He is a passionate campaigner for "proper Brexit", who opposes open borders.

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