Nigel Farage released a brand new video highlighting that 52 illegal migrant boats came to Britain yesterday yet the media refuse to report on it. Nigel then went on to talk about the consequences from this crisis; one problem is when cultures clash and gave an example of an all-girls school in Birmingham that due to threatening behaviour from illegal migrant men house in a hotel that’s nearby, the school has encouraged parents of the girls to use different travel routes to get to schools as well as using different bus stops.
Nigel said: “I’m going to case, for example, this coming this week a couple of you have written to me and thank you. I’m not going to name the school. I think that would be wrong of me. But the girls school in Birmingham where the headmistress has now written to all the parents saying the girls use different bus stops. The girls must take different routes to and from school every day because there is a hotel very close to the school that has been taken over by illegal.”
“Migrants and their language, their behaviour towards young girls are unacceptable bordering on the dangerous. These are the knock-on social consequences of allowing a very large number of people illegally to stay in our country. And you know, if you come from a completely different culture than there are forms of behaviour that they may find acceptable that we find totally Unacceptable we’ve seen this happen in Malmo in Sweden and other cities around Europe. I don’t want it happening in any cities in this country.”
Nigel also said: “Please keep this in your heads 85% of those that come our young men between 18 and 30 “
With a record number of illegal migrants coming into Britain from across the channel, the government need to step up and withdraw themselves from the Dublin agreement states an emergency for the reason to do so. The risks of these people coming here illegally are too risky to our national security, especially when many thousands have come to our beached onto our shores to run inland into Britain never to be seen again.
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