Twitter users spot badly formulated yellow vest flyers handed out at a heated London rally

& # 39; We stand for … abuse of children, people starving and corruption & # 39 ;: Twitter users joke badly dressed yellow vest racers handed out at heated London rally

  • Right-wing protesters distributed flyers that explained their demands in London
  • The copy-cat demonstrators mentioned what we stand for & # 39; on a piece of A4 paper
  • In addition to "justice for our boys & # 39; and & # 39; Brexit & # 39; they also stand for & # 39; child abuse & # 39;
  • Twitter users spot the Yellow Vest UK people because of their poor English skills

Darren Boyle for MailOnline

Right-wing demonstrators demonstrating near Downing Street today distributed flyers claiming to be in favor of child abuse, pensioners living in poverty and corruption in charity.

In a badly formulated missive with the title "UK Yellow Vests and What We Stand for", the author shows a remarkably poor knowledge of the English language.

The most important requirement was "justice for our boys & # 39 ;, followed closely by" Brexit & # 39 ;. But third on the list they represent is & # 39; child abuse & # 39 ;.

Right-wing demonstrators have handed out flyers today during their "yellow vest" demonstration in London, claiming inadvertently that they are in favor of child abuse, corrupt government and people starving

Right-wing demonstrators have handed out flyers today during their "yellow vest" demonstration in London, claiming inadvertently that they are in favor of child abuse, corrupt government and people starving

Twitter users decided to mock the group behind the flyers because of their poor use of English

Twitter users decided to mock the group behind the flyers because of their poor use of English

Twitter users decided to mock the group behind the flyers because of their poor use of English

They continue their list of things they support with the & # 39; abuse of children in the system & # 39 ;, & # 39; homelessness & # 39; and despite their previous support for the armed forces, they claim they stand for "veterans suicide & # 39; and & # 39; veterans on the street & # 39 ;.

They also support universal sanctions & # 39; and # 39; People starve & # 39 ;, followed by & # 39; & # 39; pentioners & # 39; living in poverty & # 39 ;.

Twitter users accused the people behind the folder of a poor knowledge of the English language.

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