‘Pound-shop fascists’ Britain First have been raising funds for their hate-filled, xenophobic cause by selling overpriced Remembrance memorabilia – imported from China.
The Daily Telegraph has reported Britain First’s marketing strategy, which uses that symbol of Remembrance, the poppy.
So poppy-themed merchandise has proliferated over Britain First’s merchandising wing, Lionheart GB, with remembrance pin badges selling for around £5 a time, as you can see from this image:
But these products are being bought from foreign (Chinese, in the example you’ll see) manufacturers at a tiny fraction of the selling price. Profit on the ‘White Cross Poppy Lapel badge’, for example, is around £4.80. Here’s the proof:
It must be particularly galling for Britain First’s supporters to find out that a group spreading hatred against the foreigners is cynically using foreign-made goods to fleece its own supporters of their hard-earned cash.
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