February 14, 2016
— The Sun (@TheSun) February 13, 2016
Now your own flags are illegal, goyim.
Can you imagine the feelings you would feel if you fled the brutal civil war in Pakistan only to arrive in another country to see that they have a flag?
A man in South Yorkshire, England has been asked not to wear his Who-style Union Jack jacket by alleged council officials because it may cause offense.
Jason Mawer was given the jacket for his birthday in January. Its design is inspired by legendary rock band The Who, and being a big fan, he was thrilled. This joy turned to shock, however, while walking around his hometown when he was confronted on two separate occasions by two different people who told him to remove the jacket because it could cause offence. Mawar says he believes the hypersensitive busy-bodies are council officials.
Mawar was first stopped while walking through his hometown of Barnsley by someone who he was “sure” was a “council enforcement officer.”
The person was wearing a high-visibility jacket and told him he shouldn’t wear such clothing while in town, the Daily Mail reported.
“To be honest I was in a hurry and I was walking along as she asked me to take it off. In the end I just said, ‘No I’m not taking it off,'” Mawer told the newspaper.