Seems a whole heap of those noble, intelligent, law-abiding, cultured, useful, hard-working, handsome, sweet-smelling, peaceful, well-read, dapper, witty, talented, charming, magnificent migrants made it through the tunnel the other day…
But Theresa May has not disclosed exactly how many illegals reached British soil.
Speaking after a meeting of the emergency Cobra committee this moring Mrs May said an ‘undisclosed number of migrants’ had stormed the French port before illegally entering the UK through the 30 mile tunnel.
The remarks follow two nights of chaos in Calais, with hundreds of people successfully breaching fences near the port last night, and 2,000 rampaging through the terminal the night before.
Mrs May’s announcement comes as Eurotunnel said it has blocked more than 37,000 people attempting to cross in to the UK this year.
If you’re one of those people who hopes that something be done, don’t worry your little head! Of course something will be done!…
We will be dealing with anybody’s asylum claim in the normal way as we always do.
See! They’ll be processed in an orderly manner, nice places to live will be found and a nice map to the benefits office will be handed out. So there! And everything will be fine… Because, as we know from SCIENCE (as performed by eminent Scientist Martin Luther King Jr) all people, of all races, from all places are the same in every way and any group is just as likely as any other to, let’s say, achieve space travel or cure cancer or build magnificent technologically advanced civilisations.
And there’s definitely no chance at all that just because some people may come from a violent, poor, crappy place that they themselves are violent, poor and crappy. No, the violence, poverty and crappiness of the home country is not at all connected to the people who live there. The violence, poverty and crappiness is a whimsical mist-like thing that comes from nowhere and exists independent of humans. So relax, buddy!
Hey, if you prefer your anti-immigrant rants in the form of fiction, may I suggest this book…