Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Remember what the liitle boats achieved at Dunkirk evacuation

The Dunkirk evacuation of the remnants of the BEF and allies took place between 27th May and 4th June 1940. A total of 338,226 soldiers were evacuated back to England many carried in small boats similar in size to those now being used to cross the Channel by migrants. The number is almost exactly the same as the official figure of migrants admitted to the UK in the last 12 months. The difference is that this is an invasion of our counyry not an evacuation of our soldiers.

The argument that as we are not in the Schengen zone we are immune from this mass migration has just been blown out of the water and as in 1940 we have been found to be unprepared. Mrs May's best effort is to increase our coastal security in the next year!

I do not blame the migrants I blame our political EU obsessed, Guardian reading elite, who have stuck their heads in the sand on this issue for many years.. The only solution is to make it clear by word and deed those migrants caught crossing the Channel illegally will be sent back to where they came from.

Where are these 18 Afghan migrants we rescued two days ago Mrs May. Have they been deported? If not why not?

Sooner or later there will be drownings and sure as eggs some drowned in the Channel will be children who will be washed up on our beaches.

Mort pour le political elite de Bruxelles.

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