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We’ll need a lot more tower blocks for the invading hordes of Priti’s People

Monday/Tuesday blog

The pride of British architecture?

Here’s a typical UK tower block. In this case it’s the infamous Grenfell Tower:

Wikipedia tells us that the building’s top 20 storeys consisted of 120 flats, with six per floor – two flats with one bedroom each and four flats with two bedrooms each – with a total of 200 bedrooms. Its first four storeys were non-residential until its most recent refurbishment, from 2015 to 2016, when two of them were converted to residential use, bringing it up to 127 flats and 227 bedrooms; six of the new flats had four bedrooms each and one flat had three bedrooms.

In total Grenfell Tower was supposed to house about 600 people. But the more cynical amongst us may suspect that many of those who were given cheap or even free council accommodation there chose to live somewhere nicer and then illegally sublet their properties to large families of multi-cultural enrichers who turned the building into a Third-world slum fire hazard by having their electrical appliances connected with faulty DIY wiring:

and dumping all their crap and old mattresses and prams and cycles and whatever in the corridors and stairwells blocking fire doors and fire escapes:

But, of course, we’re not allowed to mention such suspicions as that would be racist.

I don’t know what has happened in the multi-million pound Grenfell inquiry. But one thing we can be certain of is that us ghastly white Brits will be blamed for everything and nobody will ever mention that the probable reason the fire started was that the occupants had turned the building into an overcrowded, garbage-strewn, filthy, dangerous, Third-world slum.

Priti’s Border Farce ferry service busier than ever

On just one day last week Priti ‘Useless’ Patel’s free ferry service brought an astonishing record of 592 illegal invaders from French beaches to the UK. So far this year, Priti ‘Totally Useless’ Patel’s Border Farce ferry service has carried 11,314 multicultural invaders to the UK. For the whole of 2021 we can expect at least 20,000 pieces of Third-world garbage to be brought to the UK by the (IMHO) worthless waste of skin Patel.

We’re going to need more tower blocks

Assuming a tower block like Grenfell Tower can accommodate 600 diverse, vibrant, multi-cultural enrichers, to house the 20,000+ Patel’s People being brought to the UK by Patel’s Border Farce ferry service this year, we’re going to need to build around 33 Grenfell-sized tower blocks this year. That’s one new Grenfell-sized tower block every eleven days.

Let’s hope the diverse, vibrant, enriching new arrivals don’t turn their new homes into Third-world slums and set fire to those just like I suspect they did at Grenfell Tower.

“Taliban unlikely to conquer Afghanistan” says Biden

To cheer us all up on yet another dismal, globally-warmed Monday morning, here’s America’s Comic-in-Chief, Joe Biden assuring us that a rapid and imminent Taliban takeover in Afcrapistan is unlikely:

9 comments to We’ll need a lot more tower blocks for the invading hordes of Priti’s People

  • A Thorpe

    The tyrants in Downing Street will probably use an alternative solution – anybody with spare bedrooms will have to take them in.

  • david brown

    May I suggest that readers of this blog plug it -or post links to it on on-topic articles eg main stream national press .
    Such as Telegraph, Guardian, Daily Mail ,Mirror.
    As an example I comment on China seeking do deal with Taliban to get control of strategic minerals. With link to snouts-in-the-trough.
    People can also post on some youtube news channels such as BBC and GB news.

  • twi5ted

    Dont vote tory in local government. My area went tory from libdem about 5 years ago and they spent the next few years approving every new high rise building. The fruits of this is now becoming apparent as huge blocks of flats with no parking are appearing everywhere throughout the borough. The council swung back to libdem and cannot see it ever returning tory now given what they did.

    I refer to these as the slums of tomorrow. They seem hugely out of place with hundreds of flats built in areas with just bus route to connect them to the towns. So maybe they wont need to build more as they flats they need are already being built and if they stay empty can easily be taken by the council.

  • William Boreham

    The Wall Street Journal sums it up:

    President Biden’s statement on Saturday washing his hands of Afghanistan deserves to go down as one of the most shameful in history by a Commander in Chief at such a moment of American retreat. As the Taliban closed in on Kabul, Mr. Biden sent a confirmation of U.S. abandonment that absolved himself of responsibility, deflected blame to his predecessor, and more or less invited the Taliban to take over the country. With that statement of capitulation, the Afghan military’s last resistance collapsed. Taliban fighters captured Kabul, and President Ashraf Ghani fled the country while the U.S. frantically tried to evacuate Americans. The jihadists the U.S. toppled 20 years ago for sheltering Osama bin Laden will now fly their flag over the U.S. Embassy building on the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
    Our goal all along has been to offer constructive advice to avoid this outcome. We criticized Donald Trump’s deal with the Taliban and warned about the risks of his urge to withdraw in a rush, and we did the same for Mr. Biden. The President’s advisers offered an alternative, as did the Afghanistan Study Group. Mr. Biden, as always too assured of his own foreign-policy acumen, refused to listen.
    Mr. Biden’s Saturday self-justification exemplifies his righteous dishonesty. “One more year, or five more years, of U.S. military presence would not have made a difference if the Afghan military cannot or will not hold its own country,” Mr. Biden said. But the Afghans were willing to fight and take casualties with the support of the U.S. and its NATO allies, especially air power. A few thousand troops and contractors could have done the job and prevented this rout.
    Worse is his attempt to blame his decisions on Mr. Trump: “When I came to office, I inherited a deal cut by my predecessor—which he invited the Taliban to discuss at Camp David on the eve of 9/11 of 2019—that left the Taliban in the strongest position militarily since 2001 and imposed a May 1, 2021 deadline on U.S. forces. Shortly before he left office, he also drew U.S. forces down to a bare minimum of 2,500. Therefore, when I became President, I faced a choice—follow through on the deal, with a brief extension to get our forces and our allies’ forces out safely, or ramp up our presence and send more American troops to fight once again in another country’s civil conflict.”
    Note that Mr. Biden is more critical of his predecessor than he is of the Taliban. The President has spent seven months ostentatiously overturning one Trump policy after another on foreign and domestic policy. Yet he now claims Afghanistan policy is the one he could do nothing about.
    This is a pathetic denial of his own agency, and it’s also a false choice. It’s as if Winston Churchill, with his troops surrounded at Dunkirk, had declared that Neville Chamberlain got him into this mess and the British had already fought too many wars on the Continent.
    Mr. Trump’s withdrawal deadline was a mistake, but Mr. Biden could have maneuvered around it. He knows this because his Administration conducted an internal policy review that provided him with options. The Taliban had already violated its pledges under the deal. Mr. Biden could have maintained the modest presence his military and foreign-policy advisers suggested. He could have decided to withdraw but done so based on conditions on the ground while preparing the Afghans with a plan for transition and air support.
    Instead he ordered a rapid and total withdrawal at the onset of the annual fighting season in time for the symbolic target date of 9/11. Most of the American press at the time hailed his decision as courageous. The result a mere four months later is the worst U.S. humiliation since the fall of Saigon in 1975. The Taliban is saying it wants a “peaceful transfer of power” in Kabul, but the scenes are still redolent of U.S. defeat. The scramble to destroy classified documents. The helicopters evacuating U.S. diplomats. The abandonment into Taliban hands of valuable U.S. military equipment. Worst of all is the plight of the Afghans who assisted the U.S. over two decades. Mr. Biden said Saturday that the 5,000 U.S. troops he is sending will help in evacuating Afghans and Americans. But there are thousands of translators, their families, and other officials who are in peril from Taliban rule and didn’t get out in time. (See nearby.) The Biden Administration was far too slow to get them out of the country despite urgent warnings. The murder of these innocents will compound the stain on the Biden Presidency.
    The consequences of all this will play out over many months and years, and none will be good. The illusion, indulged on the left and right, that the U.S. can avoid the world’s horrors while gardening its entitlement state, is sure to come home to haunt. Adversaries are taking Mr. Biden’s measure, and there will be more trouble ahead. The costs will be all the more painful because the ugliness of this surrender was so unnecessary.

  • Brenda Blessed

    When the USA was intending to invade Afghanistan and then Iraq after 9/11, I wrote in the comments of several national online newspapers that it was a rope-a-dope strategy being practiced on the USA by its Islamic enemies. I was called every name that would get through the moderation.

    Unfortunately, as the mind-numbing deception was exposed by “conspiracy theorists” over the years since 9/11, it has turned out to be primarily a rope-a-dope strategy practiced by America on itself, which is still ongoing with Covid-19 and climate change.

  • Bad Brian

    Maybe Britain and the USA should invade Afghanistan to teach these people western values and democracy as well as allowing their women to go to school and stop them harbouring terrorists although it was Pakistan who were looking after Bin Laden and family in a big house next door to a Pakistani military base.

    We could aso invade somewhere else like Iraq on the nonsensical grounds that they are pals with the Taliban and are thirty seconds away from releasing weapons of mass destruction.

    it’s not such a bad suggestion and I am sure that most people in intelligence and the military would agree with me.

  • Loppoman

    They’ll now need to put extensions on the tower blocks to accommodate the extra Afghans

  • Jeffrey Palmer

    With what’s left of our army and airforce in the Baltic states trying to annoy the Russians and the navy messing about off China, when Patel’s imported foot soldiers decide to march on Westminster our own regime will fold quicker than that of Afghanistan. Who’s to stop them? Certainly not Cressida’s fingernail-painting PC PC’s.

    Patel yesterday claimed that British Taliban fighters returning to the UK ”can expect to be investigated by the police.” Wow, doesn’t that fill you with utter confidence, knowing that Cressida Dick and Anil Kanti ‘Neil’ Basu will be investigating Taliban fighters on our behalf!

    Meanwhile, battalions of Human Rights lawyers quiver with anticipation, armed with stacks of legal aid application forms needing only a name and a date.
    And just wait for our Judges to start ruling that it’s ‘unsafe’ to deport Taliban fighters to Afghanistan because the Taliban are in charge there.

    There’s some brilliant Western foreign policy results for you, all starting off with funding Islamist radicals to fight the Soviets. Guess what – your enemy’s enemy isn’t always your friend. Having defeated the Soviets, why would the Islamics not think that they could defeat the USA and UK as well?

    But even the Soviet puppet regime in Kabul lasted for three whole years after the USSR pulled out. One wonders just what our military trainers were teaching the Afghan government’s soldiers over the last twenty years. Gender-free pronouns, perhaps? It just shows the stupidity of trying to impose a false veneer of democracy on a medieval narco-state in which religious, tribal and clan loyalties vastly outweigh the naive enthusiasms of Western NGO’s.

    If the Afghan army itself refuses en masse to fight after twenty years of training, why the hell should our squaddies be forced to do it for them? Those six hundred young men are probably the only combat-ready troops the UK has left; it would literally be a suicide mission, and I could think of much better uses for them (see my first paragraph).

  • david brown

    Do any readers have a legal practical solution that the UK Government could apply to contain this. Such as a new law making it a criminal offence to knowingly arrive with out Identification. Could undocumented migrants by sent by agreement to a safe overseas location for processing. DNA testing to help determine true nationality Failure to make full disclosure of nationality could be used as grounds to bar them .
    Of course any new legislation would be challenged in the courts.

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