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Just now, phantomfiddler said:

May we determine that "History" was not your strong subject ?

May we determine critical theory is not yours?

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It's a nice little earner for the Kent villains' who are supplying some of the boats.

 

And so many believed that Brexit would stop this happening 😂.  

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3 hours ago, Orton Rd said:

It does fit the narrative exactly- instead of discouraging illegal immigrants who could be Isis, murderers or rapists they are actually encouraging it by providing days out, money and 4 star accommodation, how is that going to discourage thousands more? The tax payer might not have paid for the jolly day out but they do for the rest of it. These people have NO right to be in the UK and need to be booted out.

Nasty unwashed foreigners ? Bludgers with no travel insurance ?

So anyway what happens to the small boats?

 

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43 minutes ago, roo860 said:

Just watched the Biased Broadcasting Company news, a reporter was in France at a beach location, illegals boarding a boat, police were called and never turned up, the French authorities don't give a f#@k!!!!!!

What do you expect them to do? And why? Is boarding a boat illegal? 

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2 minutes ago, Baerboxer said:

 

France, as usual lily liver and happy to shove the problem elsewhere needs to be much harder to about stopping these illegals leaving France

France is not the Soviet Union. People are free to leave whenever they want. 

 

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