DICK SMITH SPENDS $1MILLION ON GRIM REAPER AD CAMPAIGN

Businessman Dick Smith is pressuring politicians to slash the number of immigrants accepted into Australia in a $1 million 'disturbing' ad campaign threatening violence and poverty.

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