Sunday, May 10, 2020

Record Numbers Crossing The Channel As Supreme Courts Makes Deporting Them Harder

During the last week, Jihad Watch has been reporting about the escalation of illegal migrants flowing into Britain via the English Channel and remaining there. The migrants are coming from Iraq, Syria, Kuwait, and Iran. More than 550 have been smuggled in since the coronavirus lockdown began; in a single day, 91 arrived.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson promised to “send illegal migrants back to France,” yet nothing has been done, while more keep flooding in.
Migration Watch UK has spoken out against “criminals” who are exploiting Britain’s “gaps and weaknesses,” which should have been a priority to fix years ago. After failed Prime Minister Theresa May resigned over her Brexit failure, there was hope that at last the UK would begin cleaning up its immigration problems and closing loopholes which have provided fertile ground for jihadists.
One Afghan people-smuggler declared: “If police catch you, they never send you back. It’s secure to go, no danger. He’s right. No danger, no consequences, only a free-for-all, putting national security and safety from the coronavirus on the back burner. Then there is the economic strain on taxpayers.
The ease of entry into the UK via the English Channel is a sad commentary on the state of affairs in the UK today, especially in light of the fact that while all this is going on, police are busy hunting down citizens who are deemed to be defying coronavirus lockdown orders. Even children are being harassed, intimidated and fined, yet nothing is done about Muslim illegals pouring in. The UK government has also recently rejected a petition demanding the release of a report on the ethnic background of Muslim rape gangs. Former Home Secretary Sajid Javid “ordered research into the ethnicity of grooming gangs” as a part of “working to improve the ‘targeting’ of child sex abuse networks and ‘prevention activity,’” as well as assimilation issues. But it looks as if that research will not be released to the public.

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