Via Gay Star News:
HIV activists embraced in a gay kiss as they dumped half a ton of cow dung outside the South London office of UKIP. They were disgusted by UKIP leader Nigel Farage and other politicians in the party saying people living with HIV should be barred from coming to Britain. The World AIDS Day (1 December) protest symbolizes a rebirth by the London chapter of ACT UP (AIDS Coalition To Unleash Power), a group which has had been less visible in the UK in the last decade. ACT UP activist Gary Hunter said: ‘We’ve had enough of UKIP’s misinformation and offensive attacks on minorities. We wanted to show Farage that people living with HIV aren’t going to take his BS any longer – so we’ve returned it. ‘The vile crap that UKIP keeps spreading stigmatizes and ostracizes people living with HIV, gay people and immigrants.
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