in case you thought the idea of building anti-migrant walls in the English Channel is either 1] trolling by Number 10 or 2] blue-sky thinking
I can reveal Home Office has launched a secret consultation with the maritime industry into how this might work:https://t.co/7dGZR8nrmf
— Jim Pickard (@PickardJE) October 1, 2020
At this point, the government should probably just stop talking about immigration.
They have all shown that it is a total scam, that they will tell you anything and never do the thing they told you, because there is a driving agenda behind the public face of the policy.
At this point, everyone is just trying to replace the populations of white countries with the world’s genetic sewage with as little resistance as possible.
Nicola Sturgeon has slammed proposals to build an asylum processing centre in the Western Isles or Shetland, saying the Home Office idea would be “met with the strongest possible opposition” from Bute House.
Ministers are also said to be considering a plan to convert disused ferries and North Sea oil rigs into processing centres in a bid to deter migrants making dangerous crossings from France.
The most senior civil servant at the Home Office, Matthew Rycroft, told MPs that “everything is on the table” when it comes to “improving” the UK’s asylum system.
Labour called the proposal to process people on ferries “unconscionable”.
The first minister reacted with fury, posting on social media: “They can rest assured that any proposal to treat human beings like cattle in a holding pen will be met with the strongest possible opposition from me.”
They can rest assured that any proposal to treat human beings like cattle in a holding pen will be met with the strongest possible opposition from me. https://t.co/qhfxQMSRxG
— Nicola Sturgeon (@NicolaSturgeon) October 1, 2020
Home Secretary Priti Patel is expected to address the issue in a speech at the Conservative Party conference on Sunday.
Ms Patel is reported to have told Tory MPs that the asylum system is broken and has accused “leftie-supporting lawyers” of exploiting the system to keep migrants in the country.
Asked about the reports, Downing Street said no decisions had been made over the location for a processing centre.
The prime minister’s official spokesman said: “We are developing plans to reform our policies around illegal migration and asylum to ensure that we’re able to provide protection to those who need it, while preventing abuse of the system and the criminality associated with it.
“That includes looking at what a whole host of other countries do, but the work’s ongoing.
“There have been lots of ideas reported and a significant number of them that I really don’t recognise.”
Responding to Ms Sturgeon’s remarks, the spokesman added: “The UK does have a long and proud history of offering refuge to those who need protection and tens of thousands of people have rebuilt their lives in the UK and we will continue to provide safe and legal routes in the future.
“The Channel crossings have put into very sharp focus the issue of gangs facilitating people to make what are life-threatening, perilous journeys.
“We need to take action to address the issue of illegal migration, and to deal with a route, which is putting people in grave danger.”
Yes, you see – it’s only about the process, not the concept of replacing the population.
When immigration started, it was taken for granted that these people would remain a small fraction of the population. Apparently, that was considered reasonable.
From that point, we’ve never had a discussion about what exactly the long term plan is, but it is clear that whatever the stated goals, our entire populations are slated to be replaced.
Processing them on a desolate island is funny, but it doesn’t actually change anything.
This policy of replacing the nation is the fault of women.
Women didn’t build any nation. They do not know the value of anything, because they produce nothing at all.
Anything that women are involved in, they will destroy.