In his ongoing investigation into illegal aliens arriving at Britain’s shores during the coronavirus lockdown, Nigel Farage uncovered how 48K of them stay in 4 star Spa Hotels, at a £2 billion cost to the taxpayer.
Following his bombshell videos about mass illegal immigration on Britain’s southern coast, which revealed how extensive it is and the French Navy’s involvement, former Brexit Party MEP Nigel Farage has discovered more shocking details about the ongoing illegal migration crisis.
After arriving in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire – an area of which was previously exposed in using illegal immigrant labour in a diner there which served the Conservative MP for the area Sajid Javid – he took eyewitness testimonies. He noted that young women were often ‘scared to go out’ because of illegal aliens ‘wolfwhistling’ at them, and making them feel uncomfortable, being the main problem in the area. He also noted that while the aforementioned Javid had assured locals that the residence provided for the illegals would be ‘temporary’, and having ‘said nothing’ beyond that, but that there were no rooms available for the foreseeable future in any of the local hotels.
Those involved were aged between 18-26, mostly. Residents also reported, as discovered by Farage, being ‘shocked’ especially after the local media had suggested that the new arrivals had been ‘welcolmed’ by the local community and a local meeting had taken place, despite the locals being unaware, and the lack of any such meeting. It was then revealed that up to 48K have been housed around the country in such 4 star Spa Hotels, at an estimated cost of £2 billion, with that set to be a final £4 billion over the next decade.
He noted that the British government were doing nothing about it, and that due to all the freebies the government hand out, it made Britain an ‘attractive’ destination for such migrants. Local residents admitted feeling ‘annoyed’, and that when they tried to email Javid he ‘ignored’ them. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was also heavily criticised, along with Home Secretary Priti Patel, of who interviewees stated ‘talks the talk, but doesn’t walk the walk’, with Farage noting that Patel’s failure to act led to the situation ‘down the road’.
He concluded the video by arriving at the Hitlon hotel in Bromsgrove, which when he asked hotel staff whether he could book a room, they admitted he couldn’t do so, and the camera crew couldn’t look around, as the site was allegedly ‘closed to the public’, despite Farage noting that they were ‘a lot of people here’, referring to the illegal aliens staying there. It later transpires that the hotel staff couldn’t disclose who was staying there, and others escorted Farage off the site. One worker revealed that he worked for Serco, a company of which has been awarded £2 billion for their work in terms of moving illegal aliens around the country.
Farage then noted that even if their asylum claims were to be rejected, they would simply find work ‘picking fruit’ or the ‘trade in Leicester’ – referring to the illegal slave labour used in sweatshops there, which was recently revealed – and would therefore become a part of the ‘illegal slave economy’. He then condemned the Conservative Party for doing ‘nothing’, and warning that some of the illegal aliens could be working with ISIS, noting the ‘horrible acts’ done by failed asylum seekers before. He then noted that the mainstream media will ‘condemn’ him for talking about, making a final plea to viewers who have similar problems in their area to come forward, claiming that he wanted the ‘full story of what is going on in our country’.
While being commended for his journalistic work by much of the mainstream right, some were critical of Farage’s coverage. This most notably came with the Liberal Democrat spokesperson for the local area, Sam Evans of who noted that ‘whilst we understand concerns about illegal immigration, it is unacceptable that Mr Farage should travel to Bromsgrove to make a video criticising people temporarily housed here for safety reasons due to the pandemic’. He continued with, these people are not illegal immigrants and are legitimately housed in our local area whilst awaiting a decision on their status. Due to UK law they are prohibited from working in the UK. Nigel’s description of one of our hotels as ‘completely taken over’ by migrants is inaccurate and unacceptable’.
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