Good morning. A post for those who are concerned about our future. I have been reading through two of my previous posts. . . . . .
21st July 2013. Common sense politics. A guest post. Written by Auntie Nellie aka me. Here is an extract, from a letter to the Prime Minister.
So, how many more people are you planning on inviting in, how many more can you fit onto our tiny island? We give shed loads of money to people, virtually as they walk off the boat, or get out of the back of the lorry that they just travelled half way across Europe in. Why is all this happening? Because we are full up. . . . 76 comments on this post.
26th April 2016. A Question and an answer. (Topic closed) A follow up from the post in 2013. Here is an extract. from this post.
The movement of whole populations from one country to another is what I would class as an invasion, Europe is being invaded. People will keep on coming, whole armies of them, it's like a great tidal wave that can't be stopped. My prediction. In years to come Europe will change beyond all recognition. . . .103 comments on this post.
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I seem to remember that I wrote these posts at the time Brexit was being debated. Reading through the comments there were conflicting views. Most of the discussions were civilised, very little anger, and Anonymous was allowed to comment. Some readers chose to not come back, fair enough. Some readers chose to agree with me, also fair enough.
In the last six years things have moved forward, and what it shows is that the plan for globalisation was formulated years ago. What has happened since 2016 shows that all western Governments are colluding with each other under the umbrella of Klaus and his gang. It really took off in early 2020 when a mysterious bug was predicted to wipe out half of the worlds population. Now we move from one crisis to another, all planned.
So it doesn't surprise me that the boats still come, because that's the plan.
BREAKING: A total of 1,295 people were detected crossing the English Channel in small boats on Monday, the highest daily number since current records began, the Ministry of Defence said.