Dick Smith Launches Controversial TV Ad Campaign To Slash Immigration

The ads will air tomorrow...

Dick Smith Launches Controversial TV Ad Campaign To Slash Immigration ABC News / Tom Hancock

Millionaire Dick Smith has announced that he will be launching a new TV ad campaign advising politicians to cut immigration.

The campaign is said to launch on August 15 and will feature actor John Stanton, who starred in the controversial AIDS grim reaper ads in the 1980s.

John will be the narrator of Dick's disturbing ad which warns politicians that if population growth isn't monitored, there will be violence in the streets.

Image: Dick Smith Fair Go Campaign

The businessman told The Daily Telegraph that "I am doing this for my grandchildren because you cannot have endless growth and endless greed."

"If there are more people than the amount everyone gets to share is smaller."

The ads are a part of the Dick Smith Fair Go Campaign, which will also see him handing out toy pitchforks to warn of what is to come.

The aim of the campaign is to advise politicians to develop an immigration plan, of which Dick says he's willing to donate money towards.

Image: Dick Smith Fair Go Campaign

“Next election I will put $2 million into marginal seats supporting the party that has a population plan.

"This has nothing to do with party politics.

"As a nation we need a population plan like every Australian family already has, it’s just common sense."

Dick will be launching the Dick Smith Fair Go Campaign tomorrow morning before the ads air on Australian networks.

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