(Easter weekend blog) Sometimes you have to laugh at how we are being taken for fools by the pleb-despising ruling elites.
You might remember how, about a year or so ago, the holier-than-thou, virtue-signalling, brain-dead, West-hating libtards mounted a campaign to pressure the Government into bringing supposed “child refugees” from the Calais Jungle camp into Britain.
Our Government, of course, quickly caved in. So a great media event was organised with the TV and press being invited to witness the first coach-load of “child refugees” arriving in Britain to show how liberal and welcoming and generous our Government was. But this turned into a bit of a PR fiasco when some cynics started to question whether the first “child refugees” really were children.
Since then, as I understand it, our useless Government has continued to ship in plenty more “child refugees”. But this has been done in secret, far away from the cameras and the press so nobody could expose that most of these “child refugees” aren’t children and aren’t refugees. They’re young men of military age sent to Britain by their families so that, once settled here, they could bring their whole families with 10 to 20 supposed brothers (all, no doubt, called ‘Mohammed’) to Benefits Britain where they could live off benefits and crime while filling in their spare time by raping white girls and stealing from shops in the sure knowledge that our politically-correct police have been instructed not to take any action against them.
Anyway, here’s a shortish video exposing how we’ve been tricked by the ruling elites. The first minute or so is a bit slow. But after that you’ll get the chance to laugh at how we’ve been fooled yet again by the migrant-loving, West-hating, liberal elites.
Perhaps the sign in the video should read “shave the children” and not “save the children”?
(Caveat – the presenter in this video makes some possibly insulting possibly true personal comments about two people in the video. I obviously cannot cannot condone these comments. But I do respect the presenter’s right to air his personal views about a serious situation)