LONDON (AFP) – Tens of thousands of people marched through London in protest against Britain’s refugee policy on Saturday, with new Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn attending in his first political engagement only hours after being elected.
The march to Parliament Square, which went past Prime Minister David Cameron’s Downing Street office, urged solidarity with the huge numbers entering continental Europe.
Marchers on the peaceful rally danced to music, blew whistles and waved placards reading: “Refugees welcome here”, while others read: “No human being is illegal”, “Open the borders”, and “Refugee lives matter”.
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Marchers on the peaceful rally danced to music, blew whistles and waved placards reading: “Refugees welcome here”, while others read: “No human being is illegal”, “Open the borders”, and “Refugee lives matter”….Canada has a similiar movement headed up by Harsha Walia and her “No One Is Illegal” crew of anti-democratic nation haters.
Refugees welcome here! New immigrants welcome here! No one is illegal! And on, and on we go. Well, “That was easy”. We can do away with our border services, our policing agencies and all others whose task it is to examine and determine the bona fides, the evidence of genuineness of all those who darken our doors as a nation. We already, and for some years have had evidence of infiltrators who are Islamists, radical adherents of political Islam and whose purpose is the destruction of our society and our otherwise fairly peaceful lives. 10,000 march in London while millions sit at home and fume, angry and aggrieved at a political leadership bent on achieving an already determined goal while totally ignoring the dissent of the majority.