October 21, 2016
Only a heartless monster would deny this child asylum and infinite free everything.
Children being poor is sad, okay?
How is that hard to understand?
It’s time we, as a society, muster up the courage to bring all of the world’s children into our countries to prevent them from being poor.
And yes, that includes children who are 38.
The teenage refugee in Calais who Lily Allen apologised to ‘on behalf of my country’ has arrived in the UK to begin his new life.
Shamsher Sherin, 13, was part of a third group of child refugees brought to Britain after being loaded into a minivan in France.
He reduced the singer to tears during a BBC interview to highlight the plight of unaccompanied children living in the squalid Jungle camp.
And this afternoon she tweeted: ‘So happy to see that Sham Sher made it to the U.K. safely and won’t be risking his life jumping on to moving vehicles.’
So sad. So sad. Time to turn over our country to Moslems, I guess.
Meanwhile, the row over the age of migrants arriving in the UK intensified with the Home Office revelation that nearly two-thirds of child refugees quizzed about their real age last year were found to be adults.
In the 12 months to September last year, 65 per cent were found to be aged over 18.
The figures show the scale of how adult migrants try to deceive the UKauthorities in a bid to be granted sanctuary.
They emerged after Tory MPs raised questions about the ages of 28 refugees brought to the UK this week from the Calais Jungle.
Yesterday, one migrant in particular, wearing a blue hoodie with stubble on his chin, was rated by a facial recognition program as having the features of a 38-year-old.
Really, guys? Age-ism? In 2016? Come on. If he says he’s 13, he’s 13, okay?
It’s insane that we’re letting these grown men pretend to be children to sneak into our countries and wage jihad against our guys. It’s even more insane that we’re paying their living expenses while doing so.
The level of corruption and treason in our governments, not only in the UK but everywhere in the west, is breathtaking. It’s like something out of a dark comedy.
But I can’t bring myself to laugh.
Well, I do laugh a little.
But mostly, I just really want to gas those Kikes, you know?
Relax, merchant. It’ll all be over soon.