Thursday, 1 April 2010
You Cant Make It Up
If you want to know what the future will look like if the present Multi-cultural system is allowed to fester on, then take a look at the image above and the story below.
Its like Brass Eye come true innit.
Check out da picta wiv da artikle - its like wicked man !
BRISTOL T-shirt designers Shola Neathey and Candeace Moulton decided to send out a message of their own in response to British National Party leaflets posted through their doors.
They have produced a T-shirt with the slogan: 'BUN BNP'.
"We were getting these BNP leaflets through our doors, and we found them quite offensive," said Shola, of Totterdown.
Candeace, of Knowle West, added: "We didn't agree with what they were saying, so we decided to make our point with a T-shirt slogan."
The logo – which also glows in the dark – is the latest in a range of slogans that Shola and Candeace have put on their range of T-shirts.
Shola explains: "It means we don't agree with the BNP. To 'bun' something basically means to 'stuff it' in street talk."
Shola, 24, and Candeace, 23 – who are sisters – run online urban fashion company, Swagga Like Us, which specialises in T-shirts with logos based on street phrases.
They decided to create a political slogan in response to the BNP campaign that has been taking place in Bristol ahead of this year's election.
Prime minister, Gordon Brown was recently shown a Swagga Like Us creation with the logo 'If It Don't Make Money, It Don't Make Sense' when Shola and Candeace visited Downing Street as part of a Community Heroes event.
They set up Swagga Like Us with the support of the Prince's Trust and Knowle West Media Centre, and will be holding an official launch party tomorrow at the Warehouse nightclub in Prince Street, which will feature acts including Crazy Cousinz with MC Versatile; Slick Don, Flirta D and a dance performance by Phresh Boiiz.