1930s Germany has demanded the immediate return of its fascist ideals, it has emerged.
The demand comes after far-right politician Nigel Farage was caught shamelessly copying Nazi propaganda in his latest anti-immigration poster.
Despite the clear parallels with Adolf Hitler, in recent weeks Nigel Farage has attempted to distance himself from the former fuhrer of Nazi Germany: “There is a huge difference between Adolf Hitler and myself.”
“One of us is a sinister xenophobe hell-bent on stoking hatred and violence against imagined external and internal enemies, the other was a sinister xenophobe with a moustache who was hell-bent on stoking hatred and violence against imagined external and internal enemies. That’s the difference.”
A spokesman for the former Nazi government of Germany, speaking from his hideout in Argentina, said: “It is totally unacceptable that Brexit campaigners are now plagiarising the great propaganda works of my regime. We call on Farage and his followers to either join the Nazi Party with which they have so much ideology in common, or else stop using our propaganda in their campaigning.”