The continual influx of illegal Muslim migrants into the UK via the English Channel is a massive crisis. Likewise, Muslim migrant rape gang activity was a crisis, and remains one. The similarity between the two is that the UK government is trying desperately to cover them up to create an illusion of public safety. They don’t want people to lose faith in their government, but the truth continues to leak.
To save his own political career amid his diving popularity, Boris Johnson recently announced that he was deploying the military to stop English Channel illegal entries. But the hope was short-lived. How serious was Johnson? Merely a couple of days after his announcement comes news that the UK Home Office will be covering up how many migrants are entering the UK via the English Channel.
Promise upon promise. The UK government is making a fool out of its citizens while putting them in harm’s way. Read the latest news about Muslim migrants illegally entering the English Channel HERE.
Brexit was driven by public opposition to open-door immigration. Brexit archetect Nigel Farage “said that the plan to quash daily reporting figures ‘must not be allowed to happen’, noting that the public is ‘seething’ over the government’s failures.” That they are. And the Johnson government keeps on getting in deeper. Farage predicts that tens of thousands more are on the way, “that some 60,000 illegals will make the journey across the English Channel. Earlier this week, the Home Office was reportedly warned that up to 65,000 could land on British shores this year.”
So much for Boris Johnson’s announcement about military intervention. Instead, the illegals will be welcomed into Britain as national security is imperiled and the coverups continue.
“Migrant Coverup: Home Office to Stop Publishing Daily Illegal Migrant Figures,” by Kurt Zindulka, Breitbart, January 21, 2022:
Priti Patel’s Home Office has been accused of attempting to cover up the scale of the migrant crisis in the English Channel after plans to scrap the publication of daily boat migrant figures were leaked to a British newspaper.
On Wednesday evening, the British broadsheet most closely connected with the Tory government, The Daily Telegraph, reported that the Home Office, under the direction of Home Secretary Priti Patel, is planning to release the number of illegal migrants who cross the English Channel on a quarterly basis rather than reporting the numbers in real-time as has been customary to now.
The move to release migrant figures every three months was revealed by the UK’s Office for Statistics Regulation (OSR), which told the paper: “We have urged the department to take account of user need for a more frequent publication.”
Last year, a record 28,400 illegal migrants crossed the Channel on small boats set off from the beaches of France, more than three times that seen in the year prior.
While January is typically a quiet month for people smuggling operations across the busy waterway due to wintery weather conditions, the furious pace of boat migrant crossings has only escalated, with nearly 1,000 migrants crossing since the start of the year, compared to 223 during the entire month last year.
The mooted move to scrap official daily reporting of illegal migrant crossings by Home Secretary Priti Patel — who previously vowed to the British public to make illegal boat migration an “infrequent phenomenon” — has drawn heavy criticism from border control advocates.
Commenting on Thursday evening on GB News, Migration Watch UK chairman Alp Mehmet described the plan as “absolutely insane” and “undemocratic”.
Mr Mehment [sic] questioned whether the move would be effective in covering up the numbers of migrants as journalists only have to count the migrant as they are brought ashore by the Border Force.
The Migration Watch chairman said that the decision was likely influenced by the besieged government of Prime Minister Boris Johnson wishing to avoid the “flak that follows when large numbers come in”.
Dover MP Natalie Elphicke said: “This is not a statistical exercise – this is a serious crisis where people are exploited by criminal gangs on a daily basis and lives are tragically lost. Daily figures are vital so the progress in tackling this crisis can be properly monitored.”
The government, which promised to ‘take back control‘ of the nation’s borders following the official departure from the European Union at the beginning of 2020, has been frequently criticised for failing to do so, as well as so far failing to come to an agreement with the EU or France individually on the issue of migrant returns.
In order to quell a growing revolt against the Prime Minister over repeated lockdown partying scandals, the Tory government has embarked on a so-called “Operation Red Meat” strategy of offering up traditionally conservative agenda items to appease the base, including sending the Royal Navy in to coordinate the migrant response….