Nigel Farage game upsets UKIP

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Top marks to some enterprising school kids – their anti-UKIP game has outraged Nigel Farage.

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According to The Telegraph, the game – called ‘Ukik’ – sees the player tasked with kicking immigrants as far away from the cliffs of dover as possible. A twist on an old classic, often found on pub quiz machines (so you’d think Farage would be a fan).

Apparently Farage said “Those elements are risible and in many ways pathetic. I think I’m quite well known for having a sense of humour. […] I’m a public figure and of course people are going to have views. But elements of this game appear to cross the line.”

The kids, who are 18, have apparently since formed their own games development studio after studying at Canterbury Academy, a school geared towards encouraging kids to start digital businesses.

Our only question now is when will it be available on the app store?

James O’Malley

2 comments

  • This is simply an appalling game. The UK Independence Party is pro-controlled immigration – not anti-immigrant. Nigel Farage is a friendly amiable guy who doesn’t take himself too seriously, but this is borderline defamatory and is indicative of the level of brainwashing that the media are outputting to attempt to show that UKIP is a racist party, when it simply is not.

    • That’s correct and the smear campaigns against them during the European elections by the media was just disgusting.
      The media like many others don’t want any change of the current 3 party’s who all have exactly the same agenda as it could cause a problem to their luxury lifestyles they have .

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