UKIP politician reports hate crime over ‘No country for old white men’ placard

Replace “white men” with the government certified victim group of your choosing and see what happens in Jolly Old England.

A placard targeting “old white men” which was held up by a woman at a march in London has been reported as a hate crime by a member of UKIP.

Angered UKIP Assembly group leader Peter Whittle shared the image on Twitter. The picture shows a woman with pink hair sitting on a man’s shoulders at a protest march in the British capital, holding up a sign which reads: “No country for old white men.”

Whittle said on Twitter: “I wish to report this placard, photographed at the Women’s March in Whitehall London on January 21st, as a possible hate crime @MetCC.”