Hodjanernes Blog

3 marts 2006

War Memorial Converted into Toilet

Filed under: Europa, Indvandring, Islam, Moske, Minaret — Hodja @ 18:35

The Southern Cemetery in Calais, France used to serve as a memorial to British soldiers who died liberating France from the Nazis. But a new wave of invaders has converted it to another purpose: public toilet.

Immigrants from the Middle East and Africa use the area as a launching pad to carry their invasion from France to the United Kingdom. They wait in makeshift camps for opportunities to sneak onto trucks to get them across the English Channel.

Their contempt for the culture they are in the process of displacing naturally extends to the memorial cemetery they have converted into an open-air toilet. As one immigrant puts it, “It is just an old museum and a park to commemorate a battle that was long ago. We need somewhere to sleep and to go to the toilet while we wait to get into Britain.”

British moonbattery has invited the invasion. Amesh from Afghanistan explains:

Most of us have applied for asylum already in other European countries but the British are soft and let you stay. … We email our friends in Britain and they tell us to throw away our identity papers. They also tell us which outlawed groups to say we belong to so the British believe our lives are in danger and won’t send us back to our home countries. I have a friend in a B & B in Hastings and he tells me he gets fried eggs and toast and bacon and sausages every morning for breakfast and a nice hotel room with a sea view.

“The problem is there are no toilet facilities at this war grave,” says Peter Francis of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. “We cannot lock the shelter as war graves are designed to be visited so people can understand the price paid for the freedom we enjoy.”

We had better enjoy this freedom while we can, because today’s primarily Muslim invaders have no more respect for it than the Nazis did. Unfortunately it looks like they’ll be around a lot longer — possibly longer than we will.

Fra Moonbattery


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