Most of the occupants are military-aged Muslim men who are threat to local women and girls. These freeloaders pretending to be asylum seekers are living like millionaires in £100 a night hotels while British pensioners are living like peasants and homeless British families are living on the streets – refused help by Social Services.
Not surprisingly, Nigel Farage gets slammed over what the media call a “public stunt shaming hotel for housing illegal asylum seekers.” Bromsgrove Liberal Democrats spokesperson Sam Evans accused him of whipping up hatred in the local community.
The New European “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. “These people are not illegal immigrants and are legitimately housed in our local area whilst awaiting a decision on their status. (That means they are illegal now)
“Nigel’s description of one of our hotels as ‘completely taken over’ by migrants is inaccurate and unacceptable.” Evans said the community members were happy to help out and that local runners donated sports equipment and other generous donations (Sure they were. Not) even though many people were experiencing their own hardships and challenges.
The usual Leftist Muslim sympathizers’ responses on Twitter:
@Rova_xo joked: “It wasn’t actually closed to the public #farage, we had a town meeting and all agreed to tell you that all hotels were booked up and closed to the public so you’d piss off. The decent people of Bromsgrove don’t want your hatred in our home town.”
Danny Wallace wrote: “This is Nigel’s whole life. Dressing up as Alan Partridge and then driving all the way to Bromsgrove to pretend he wants to stay there.”
One user suggested that maybe the hotel didn’t “accept racists”. “Its a 4 star hotel after all, it has higher standards,” she added.
And then there was this:
The UK continues to provide transportation for the illegals to the hotels:
These were the coaches being loaded up in Dover today.
Coming to a hotel near you? pic.twitter.com/gzV1TM2OD7
— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) August 4, 2020