A Tale Of Two Cities – Preston & Dusseldorf

Ukrainian refugees

Above: A girl holds her pet after crossing from Ukraine into Poland at the border crossing in Medyka, south eastern Poland, on March 9, 2022. Notice there are no men.

News from Düsseldorf and Preston has shown once again the real difference between war refugees from the Ukraine, and those from Africa and the Middle East who arrive on our shores in dighy’s and in the back of lorries.

More than 2.5 million people have fled Ukraine into neighbouring countries since Russia launched a large-scale invasion of the country on February 24. The vast majority of these refugees are women, children and the elderly.

The heart-breaking footage of fathers, husbands and sons waving goodbye to their families at railway stations across Ukraine is in stark contrast to the usual refugee claptrap we are force fed. The men are staying to fight the invader, in the tradition of European men for thousands of years.

We are so conditioned to seeing young healthy males packed into dinghy’s or the back of lorries, that the sight of the desperate Ukrainian refugees has come as a shock to a lot of our people. These foreign migrants from Africa and the Middle East have travelled through a number of safe European countries in their desire to arrive in Britain, the fabled land of milk and honey.

Preston, Lancashire

In Preston, an ex-soldier has been killed after remonstrating with ‘students’ smoking cannabis outside his home. Eighty-six-year-old Frank Fishwick took action after he and his neighbours became fed up with ‘youths’ congregating in their stairwells, the city’s crown court was told.

The confrontation turned ugly and Mohammed Al Aaraj hit Mr Fishwick in the face, breaking his nose in multiple places. Syrian national Al Aaraj certainly knew how to repay Britain and its people for offering him sanctuary and the chance of a new life.

After the assault, Mr Fishwick refused offers of help when the police arrived and died the following morning from internal bleeding. Al Aaraj, a 19-year-old Syrian ‘refugee’ was sentenced to four years of youth custody. He had admitted manslaughter.

In court barrister Chris Hudson, defending, laid it on thick. Playing on every cringe-worthy weapon in the liberal armoury, he said Al Aaraj was born in Syria and saw his sister killed by a fighter jet’s bullet, which came through their bedroom wall. He said: ‘He has had a terrible upbringing.’

Al Araaj moved to Blackpool as a refugee and was able to finish his GCSEs despite experiencing racism at school. He had also been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, Hudson told the court.

Mr Hudson said: ‘He is an intrinsically decent young man.’ Since when has illegally entering Britain, taking drugs, attacking and causing the death of an old age pensioner been the signs of a decent young man? Only in the twisted mind of a self-loathing liberal perhaps.

Judge Altham said: ‘Whilst this must be a sentence of some considerable length, the mitigating factors outweigh the aggravating factors.’

Düsseldorf, Germany

On the evening of March 6, a 26-year-old Tunisian and a 37-year-old Nigerian are said to have alternately raped an 18-year-old girl from Ukraine in a hotel ship used as asylum accommodation.

First, the younger foreigner is said to have raped the young woman. The girl is said to have confided in the Nigerian immediately afterwards. Under the false pretence of protecting her, he lured the young girl to his room. He then also sexually assaulted her.

According to Bild newspaper, the victim is said to have fled Germany to Poland because she no longer felt safe in Germany.

refugees wait in a line to receive food aid in Calais
Young, male economic refugees wait in line to receive food aid in Calais, France. Where are the women?

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