Muslim entitlement whores (aka asylum seeker-wannabes) being housed at a former British military camp protested over conditions at the site – and called: ‘Save us from Covid 19’. One demonstrator held up a sign saying: “We escaped from war (so you say) only to be held in a
prison (Army barracks)” after being housed in the seaside village of Penally, Pembrokeshire.
Daily Mail (h/t Terry D) Around 230 illegal aliens were sent to the former army training centre in the sleepy holiday village after arriving in the UK from the Middle East.
Up to a dozen of the fake refugees protested outside the base holding signs saying: ‘Where are the human rights,’ and ‘we want justice’. Others held cardboard banners with ‘the refugee has a right to stay in a home’, ‘we want better conditions’, and ‘save us from Covid 19’.
The arrival of the military-aged men was initially met with protests from worried locals concerned over the impact on local services and house prices in the 800-population village.
The refugee-wannabes – all aged 18-35 – arrived at Penally in September and are due to stay there for up to a year while their asylum claims are processed. The invaders are mainly from Iraq and Iran.
Last month, a ‘mass fight’ broke out at the Welsh camp and police arrested two men. Officers detained a 22-year-old on suspicion of affray and a 25-year-old on suspicion of assault.
Pictures show a large police presence outside Penally Asylum Accommodation Centre in Penally, Pembrokeshire, following the incident.