Crisis In The English Channel: Nearly 1,000 Invaders Cross In Single Day
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Great news for the Brits this weekend: Channel migrants: Nearly 1,000 people cross in single day, BBC News, Sunday, October 29, 2022.

Almost 1,000 migrants crossed the English Channel in 24 small boats on Saturday, the Ministry of Defence says

It brings the total number of migrants making the journey from France so far this month to 6,395.

Government figures collated by the BBC show 39,430 people have crossed on small boats so far this year, compared with 28,461 who arrived in 2021.

For comparison, last year’s figures were TRIPLE those in 2020:

The number of people who crossed the English Channel in small boats last year was treble the number for 2020.

Figures compiled by the BBC show at least 28,431 migrants made the journey in 2021… In 2020, a total of 8,417 people crossed the Channel in small boats.

[Channel migrants: Crossing numbers in 2021 triple 2020’s figure, BBC News, January 4, 2021]

Sunday’s story added the appalling information:

Home Office officials told the Home Affairs Committee the nationality of those crossing the Channel was changing, with Albanians now the biggest group.

Albania supplies Europe’s most violent criminals. The new arrivals are no doubt recruits to the Albanian campaign to take over the British drug trade: REVEALED: How Albanian gangsters fighting for control of the UK′s cannabis market are posting social media videos of kidnappings and beatings as a warning to rival gangs, Daily Mail, October 21, 2022.

The January 4 story is full of Government lies about plans to stop this invasion. However, Sunday’s story is primarily interested in complaints about conditions at the reception center located at Manston Airport in Kent.

RAF Manston played a large part in the Battle of Britain, and subsequently in the air war over Europe.

I think the usually very young men of the Royal Air Force who went so stoically to their invariably ghastly deaths from Manston in WWII would agree with Peter Brimelow: “People Should Be Hung From Lampposts, They Should Be Burned Alive, For What They’ve Done To Britain.”


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