The free-speech campaigner behind the Sadiq Khan blimp that is due to fly over Parliament Square today has denied being anti-Semitic after old tweets were uncovered.
Yanny Bruere, 28, is the main organiser of the 'Make London Safe' protest, which will see a bikini clad blimp of Mayor Sadiq Khan fly over London for two hours today.
The tweets were apparently on an old Twitter account of Bruere's with the handle @Yanny1112, according to Bellingcat
The account has now been deleted but screenshots of the content is being shared on social media and is being described as anti-Semitic.
Demonstrators launch a giant bikini-clad blimp of London Mayor Sadiq Khan over Parliament Square today
Demonstrators launch a giant bikini-clad blimp of London Mayor Sadiq Khan over Parliament Square in London
Yanny Bruere, 28, has faced criticism after old tweets have resurfaced. He has been accused of being anti-Semitic
The crowdfunded 29ft Sadiq Khan blimp prior to being blown up for the demonstration in London
In one exchange when responding to a tweet about Ken Livingstone he says: 'speak out against the Jews at your peril.
'You know who's in control when you're not allowed to speak about them.'
Speaking to TalkRadio he confirmed the account belonged to him but denied the comments were anti-Semitic.
The Sadiq Khan blimp has been flown in