The United States is not the only country that is being inundated with illegal migrants entering the country – the United Kingdom is also starting to buckle under the huge weight of migrants, crossing the English Channel and running up the beaches, disappearing into the interior of England.
In one day, 1,295 boat migrants – most of them young, fighting aged men – crossed the Channel – and according to the Ministry of Defence (MoD), that number smashed the previous record by over 100.
The Telegraph reported, “In the busiest day of the year, the Royal Navy and Border Force intercepted 27 boats from France, each on average carrying nearly 50 migrants, who were brought ashore.”
“That is the largest number since the previous high of 1,185 in November last year and takes the total of migrants reaching the UK past 22,500 so far this year, more than double 2021’s rate.”
“So, 1295 people illegally crossed the Channel yesterday. It is a new record. Nearly all young men, many from Albania. This is a disgrace,” commented Nigel Farage.
Farage is a long time British politician who has been exposing the amount of people entering the country illegally, not naïve to the fact that they target countries like England, to reap the rewards of its benefits programs.
According to reports, and Farage, the migrants are from Albania – a country not currently in a conflict with any other country – and because of it, they are not refugees at all, but are rather economic migrants.
Reports also state that some of these boat people are also entering the country carrying weapons, and there is no way to know who any of them are, since they are not fingerprinted, vetted or recorded in any way – the Royal Navy and Border Force boats enabling the migrants by picking them up and taking them back to English shores.
Currently, the existing migrants already in the UK are costing British taxpayers over five million pounds sterling every single day and the entire process is being facilitated by human smugglers and traffickers.
Still, the free life offered to them for absolutely no reason, is not enough for some, and a protest on top of a hotel in northern England, was the center of a protest on its roof – migrants asking to be sent to a “better city.”
Other migrants are forced to live in free accommodation, get free food and have free money and the government is planning on spreading out the migrants by sending them to asylum center facilities.
Protests were sparked after it was suggested that a small village with a disused Royal Airforce Base – Linton-On-Ouse – with a population of only 700 residents, was to be home to over 1,500 migrants, most of them young men.