The group of mostly military-aged, young Muslim men, many of whom arrived in Britain illegally in small boats via the English Channel, used their suitcases to barricade the front doors to the Pimlico Comfort Inn and staged a protest against what they consider to be “offensive living standards” afforded to them by the British government.
Free food, free accommodations, free cash isn’t enough for these ungrateful illegal invaders, while 230,000 British citizens, many of them veterans, sleep in the streets.
REMIX News The group was recently transferred from a hotel in Ilford, Essex, but told reporters that their new accommodation was not to their taste and refused to return to their rooms until they are each provided with private accommodation.
“They said we’re going to move you to another, better place. They gave us this postcode. When we checked on Google Maps, we said, oh this is very nice. But when you get in, it’s like a jail. And they treat you very, very bad. They treat you like an animal,” a 21-year-old Iranian national who arrived in Britain via small boat told The Telegraph newspaper.
Some complained that they had previously been assigned two people to a room, but were now expected to share an en-suite room with three others. The group also bemoaned the smell from the toilet and poor internet access. “We are not kids, everybody had a private room. We need a private room. How do you live with four men?” asked a 26-year-old African male, who considers the taxpayer-funded accommodations to be substandard…despite the fact that tourists used to pay £100 plus per night to stay there.
Richard Tice, the leader of the Reform Party founded by Nigel Farage, filmed an exchange with an Iraqi Muslim national named Dia, one of the migrants objecting to the living conditions.
The asylum seeker-wannabe, who’s been living off the dole in the UK for 2 years, complains that the size of rooms and bathrooms are too small and have bad WiFi, and he does not get enough weekly money. He added that he “can do nothing” with the government allowance of £8 per week, as London is “too expensive,” although he noted that his hotel accommodation and food are paid for on top of this.
Commenting on the stunt, backbench Conservative MP Lee Anderson tweeted: “The bare-faced cheek. If you don’t like our tax payer funded rooms then there is your old tent waiting back in France. You know where France is? It’s that safe country you left where they will accept an asylum claim.”