Yep – hard on the heels of the EU’s Juncker laying out his plan for dealing with the refugee ‘crisis’
we have Juncker talking of the next ‘wave’
“We are tackling the root causes of the next migration wave, in the next coming decades if we are addressed in a proper way the climate change problem, because tomorrow morning we’ll have climate refugees and we have to know that. And we should surprised or astonished if the first climate refugees are coming to Europe. We have to act now.”
IF you consider that the puppet masters speak in code – and if you consider that ‘climate change’ has ZERO to do with the weather – but rather has EVERYTHING to do with the MOOD of the PEOPLE………… then you might interpret much of what these politicians pontificate in a rather different way?
They are FRIGHTENED of the growing awareness of the people – cos this threatens their political power base.
THINK about it
Then SPEAK OUT
The press is full of it. Naughty people trying so hard to get to Britain. What a cleverly orchestrated distraction from establishment paedophilia.
Just when things hot up for Greville Janner and the push to villify Ted Heath, Calais becomes the centre of attention. How clever.
It is too easy to blame these people for wanting to come to the ‘land of plenty’, they are told that is just what it is!
IT’S THE SYSTEM THAT IS WRONG THAT ALLOWS IT IN THE FIRST PLACE.
Camoron can do NOTHING and the reality is, he doesn’t want to either. The EU won’t have it and are actively encouraging this farce.
As an island race surrounded by our channel wall, it would not be hard to stop this overnight, WE ARE NOT PERMITTED!
So, stop hitting out at the migrants, you would do the same in their position. Vent all wrath at the Government for not having the balls to say a big NO to the Brussels Mafia.
“I’m calling on the prime minister to agree with President [François] Hollande for the UNHCR to be brought in to register those people camping out at Calais, and go through a proper process of managing asylum applicants.”
or – set up camps?
use military force?
The British Armed Forces are set to get involved in the Calais migrant crisis for the first time in order to keep the roads clear ahead of a weekend of chaos, Whitehall sources said.
Military planners are considering opening up barracks to relieve roads in Kent blocked by lorries unable to cross the Channel.
David Cameron will chair a meeting of the Government’s emergency committee Cobra on the Calais migrant crisis on Friday morning.
As the Government struggled to respond to the ongoing chaos:………………
More than 150 people are believed to have made it from Calais
But Peter Sutherland, UN special representative on migration, said he had been amazed by the “absolute nonsense” being alleged over the crisis in Calais. (he’s not the only one)
Mr Green said: “In the end it’s happening in France so the French have to be the effective authority.
“The single biggest protection we have is our border in France.If the French took that away we would be seeing those scenes in Kent……..
Tourism in Britain – (historic – don’t panic)
Those visiting the country so far this year (2014) included 11.38 million from EU countries, 1.1 million from the rest of Europe, 1.57 million from North America and 2.28 million from the rest of the world.
Looks like any excuse to mobilise the military ?
We would like to hear from people who are affected by the crisis……a migrant surviving in a camp in Calais – or endeavouring to make the perilous journey to the UK………….
They’ve got an ‘app’ for that…..
The figures are a fresh illustration of how difficult it will be for David Cameron to cut net immigration to under 100,000 a year.
The European Union’s Eurostat data agency revealed that a total of 985,000 foreigners were granted citizenship in Europe in 2013.
Some 207,500 of them had successfully applied for UK passports – the most since records began in 1962.
Eight per cent were nationals of other EU states, mostly eastern Europeans.
Only three per cent of UK citizenship applications were refused in 2013, reigniting criticism that British conditions are too soft.