Calais mayor ‘disgusted’ by UK policy on refugees | World news | The Guardian

According to the Guardian, Natacha Bouchart says David Cameron has shown contempt for people of Calais, and demands financial aid from UK.

Source: Calais mayor ‘disgusted’ by UK policy on refugees | World news | The Guardian

Perhaps Ms. Bouchart has read the BBC article on the UK’s foreign aid budget and feels that the UK is a soft touch?

It’s funny how the Guardian and the BBC support each other’s stories? Perhaps, there’s a secret liberal agenda?

Thoughts?

One response

  1. Dr Alf should not be in the least surprised at the closeness of fit between the BBC and the Guardian’s “liberal agenda”.

    All the Guardianistas, and the bulk of the people at the BBC, went to the same schools, the same blue brick universities, had similar “champagne socialist ” parents and lived in similar areas of Islington, Notting Hill and Hampstead. This is true of politicians, lobby correspondents and those in the so-called” Westminster bubble”, who all live a guilded and easy life, dining at El Vino’s and the “Gay Hussar”, getting free publicity for each other’s latest books, plays, films, television miniseries, charities and ventures, and never really having to strive or struggle for anything.

    Many of them in later life are trained by the Fabian Society and Common Purpose in how to think, how to operate and even how to lead.

    They become experts at “triangulation” and “moral relativism”, everything must be “inclusive”, even if it means traducing the Judeo Christian ethics that this country was once founded upon, and replacing it with questionable alternatives.

    One can see this by the guests and their dress, when featured on the BBC with some leaving their arms exposed so that tattoos indicating their allegiance can be clearly seen and others choosing to do so through hand signs and neckwear.

    The Guardian helps such people through publicising events where these people are to appear and through lionising them in editorials.

    Out of this, we get a doctrine of “We know best”, whereby ordinary people are meant to buy into the idea that money can be conjured out of thin air and double-think.

    Thus we get someone like Jeremy Corbyn saying that his programmes if elected to the Prime Ministership will be funded out of £140 billion gbp in unpaid taxes yet at the same time he is for printing money in a form of “people’s QE.”

    None of this is questioned by the Guardian, and the BBC who simply want the Government out of the way so that they can go on plundering licence fee payers and preventing ordinary people from advancing, going into business for themselves or becoming a buy-to-let landlord.

    Collectively these are people who like refugees and economic migrants because those people make good cooks, nannies and menial workers in their houses but like Sir Richard Branson’s servants who come by boat to his private island they can soon be sent off leaving them and Sir Richard free to entertain their guests at night.

    At least the old Edwardians were honest and kept the servants in the house downstairs where they could be summonsed by buzzer from the servants quarters but now it is a case of be a guestworker do what you have to do and then go.

    As for the Mayor of Calais, she should know better given the Rwandan holocaust which killed a million people and which France did nothing to stop along with all the refugees it created leaving Paul Kagame a black mini Hitler in power and receipt of aid from America and of course Britain and France. She is a woman who has forgotten her history as well because it was the French who selected the Alawite sect of Syrians to run that country and it was they along with the UK who effectively created Iraq and Syria out of thin air from the ruins of the old Ottoman Empire.
    More recently France has been dropping weapons from the air to assist Syrian rebels, so it is partially to blame for the flood of refugees it now wants the UK to take more of.
    France’s record in Vietnam isn’t much to write home about either because their misrule led to the precursor to the Vietnam War which led to the deaths of 1 million people, refugee flows and land still uncultivatable due to chemical defoliants. Part of that misrule was an expedition by the French navy to crush the seeds of revolt whereby they bombarded Haiphong when it was full of ordinary people killing more than 6000 of them. An event like that today would be regarded for what it is, a war crime but today the episode is forgotten.

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