No easy answers for Sajid Javid

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The Muslim British Home Secretary is quoted as saying that ““Unfortunately, this means that there are no easy answers,” he wrote. “So our response is focused both here in the UK and abroad.”. His position, which is to sympathise with the fools who are massing on the French shores, is typical of a Muslim who wishes to see as many Muslim compatriots as possible allowed into England, is his reply to the rhetoric of ‘no easy answer’

Well, Home Sec., I tend to disagree with both your statement and your attitude of commiserating with a horde of criminals who want to get to the bloody ‘promised land’, where the free benefits flow, where the Law is abused every second, and where the scum proliferate.

As one observer stated, “they’ve had plenty of practice in the Med, a few ferries and a number of slow-moving albeit massive cargo ships aren’t going to worry the dangerous fools (comprehensive term combining bogus asylum-seekers, bogus migrants, so-called refugees and a regiment of Muslim fanatics) bent on making the short passage across the Channel between Calais, Dunkirk and the English coastlines around Dover?

There is a course of action which is readily available to any Government, but they will not take it up because of the ‘liberal backlash’ which would erupt from every twat under the skies. What needs to happen is that Great Britain firmly states that it will no longer give any access to any criminal clown,, migrant, refugee, asylum-seeker; bogus or not, who arrives, by any means whatsoever, onto British soil. The form of address which should be adopted is simple, swift and easily achieved. The Police can simply arrest the criminal, or criminals, because they have broken the Law by avoiding the correct path of entry, and state, “ Turn around; I am now handcuffing you; you are being arrested, and will now be transported back to the shores of France, where you were able to gain asylum, and thence you will be deported back to the sewage-pit from which you came.”

There you are; Sajid: its as easy and as uncomplicated as that!

UPDATE:-

In a less than stunning announcement, the Muslim Home Secretary caved in and recalled two Border patrol boats from the Med., in order to provide the promised taxi service for the throngs of thugs who are now poised to swarm across the Channel. He states that Britain will provide support to the French authorities, and “persuade” this mob that they will be stopped. Under British Law, immediately the scroungers get past the half-way mark in the Channel, they are British responsibility. To house, to provide all legal benefits, to support and, in the end; to allow to remain, as a festering scab on the British taxpayer.

As a Daily Mail reporter stated:- In France, she reported that local police were pointing immigrants camped out at ports towards Britain. Part of Javid’s new emergency plan to halt the flow is to rely on increased co-operation from the French. Good luck with that. One thing we’ve learned over the years is that our French ‘partners’ can’t be trusted.

If they were serious about stopping immigrants heading for Britain, they would turn them back at the border when they attempted to enter France.Under international law, migrants allegedly fleeing oppression are supposed to seek asylum in the first safe country in which they arrive. In this latest case, that means Serbia. None of them should have any right to settle in Britain.

But the reason this country remains their No 1 destination is the same as it ever was. We’re not just perceived as a soft touch, we are a soft touch.

In Calais last week, Sue Reid spoke to a 33-year-old Iranian, who told her: ‘My friend reached England from here in a boat and is now in a three-bedroom flat in Birmingham. He likes it very much.’

I bet he does. What’s not to like? There are plenty of people born and bred in Birmingham who have been on the council waiting list for years and would just love a three-bedroom flat. Yet an Iranian can jump out of boat on a beach in Kent, make his way to Brum and move in straight away.

While we roll out the welcome mat, immigrants will continue to make the Channel crossing, secure in the knowledge that, once they set foot in Britain, the chances of them being deported are less than zero. Despite the current song-and-dance at the Home Office, the numbers will go on rising. In no time there will be so many small boats heading our way that it will be like Dunkirk all over again.

In ending, I would make specific reference to the Header photo of the small body of the Syrian boy who drowned as his father went with his family off from a Turkish beach in an attempt to gain a foothold in Greece. In spite of staying in Turkey, where he had a job, and safety, his sister paid thousands of dollars to people smugglers who stated that a professional would take them to Greece. But of course the smugglers lied, and it was the father, who had taken his family to their deaths, who was the only survivor. The photo itself, slanted and marketed as “Dead Refugee child” galvanised the world into hasty action, and pushed the Muslim mob ever forwards on their journey towards the conquest of the European world.

All it would take to get that bloody mob of scroungers, scum and the flotsam of the world a virtual free pass would be a similar picture on a Kentish beach: and our lords and masters would organise Channel Tunnel trains into a bloody shuttle service for this bunch of Muslim menace!

9 comments for “No easy answers for Sajid Javid

  1. Mudplugger
    January 1, 2019 at 3:36 pm

    It is virtually impossible for any genuine asylum-seeker or refugee to appear at the British coast. It is the duty of any such person to claim asylum or refuge in the first safe country, and that is never Britain.

    If they genuinely believe that Britain is their only valid sanctuary, they should present themselves at the British Embassy in that first safe country and make an official asylum application there.

    Therefore it is always wrong to use those excuse-terms of description for these ‘floaters’- the only term to describe those arriving on British shores is ‘Illegal Economic Migrants’ who, when they fail to satisfy immigration criteria (which they all surely will), should be immediately shipped back to their point of origin.

    A year of that approach would solve the ‘crisis’, albeit that it’s a crisis of our own making by failing to act with deliberation all along.

    • Haakslad
      January 1, 2019 at 7:10 pm

      These “immigrants” are nothing of the sort. They are illegal invaders – why does our government not see that?
      I for one do not want more “diversity” – which just sees us subjected to more domestic terrorism – but we won’t let this change our way of life blah blah
      A government’s primary duty is to protect its people – and for the last 20 years our governments (both Tory and Labour) have done their level best to shaft their people and import a hostile group that acts against the interests of the nation.
      That’s called treason in my book …

      • January 13, 2019 at 6:23 am

        They DO see that. They just don’t care.

  2. Valentine Gray
    January 1, 2019 at 8:02 pm

    It is not Javid, why was he given that position mother Teresa wanted to show how all inclusive she is, a few billion spent on a obsolete aircraft carrier and jets that can’t fly ,, we have one patrol boat for the channel. I tell you now she wants them here the odd jihadi or two we’ll get used to it.

  3. Pcar
    January 1, 2019 at 10:25 pm

    @Mike

    Hard hitting truth. Good.

    Littlejohn’s DM article is spot on.

    imo best action if Gov’t won’t tow back or sink (h/t JuliaM) is Ignore all calls for “help” and maybe pay for some mothballed large fast ships to race up & down Dover Straits, ship or wake might help.

    A fast, efficient and easy solution which I support.

    Godfrey: We must tow illegal immigrants back
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoEX28vI5jM

    Rescuing is simply paying blackmailers and encourages more blackmail.

    btw: https://altnewsmedia.net/news/no-easy-answer-for-sajid-javid/ – will it survive?

  4. Valentine Gray
    January 2, 2019 at 5:03 pm

    Salman Abedi Manchester suicide bomber was rescued by the Royal Navy during the Libyan civil war ,in my view they all have murder embedded in their minds its a matter of how its triggered, the multiple stabber at Manchester railway station shouting allah akbar was remanded for psychiatric reports, what triggered him? this will never end.

  5. Errol
    January 2, 2019 at 7:44 pm

    It’s only a difficult situation because they want to be seen as nice and kind.

    Government is not there to be nice, nor kind. It is there to set law and govern. Governing is not in the business of popularity, no matter how much the fools think it is.

    Sadly, if Javid is honest and says ‘international law states this, that, the other’ then the left wing press would savage him and he would never get elected again because people are stupid.

    As Sir Humphry said, it is better to be heartless than mindless.

    • Pcar
      January 2, 2019 at 11:37 pm

      @Errol

      Re: “As Sir Humphry said, it is better to be heartless than mindless.”

      Reverse of that more accurate for today’s pols.

      .
      It’s approaching the stage where I and many will approve gun-boat diplomacy and shoot & sink enemy invaders.

  6. Penseivat
    January 3, 2019 at 12:18 pm

    Apparently, Javid is being taken to task by the usual suspects for saying that it must be questioned why these people are leaving one safe country to come to the UK before claiming asylum.
    The answer is obvious, though no one dare say it.

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