Forced to the floor of the plane, his head held down, Zoran was told he would be taken to Rwanda no matter what. The 25-year-old Kurd, strapped into a restraining harness “like a dog”, was one of the few asylum seekers to be taken on to the controversial deportation flight before it was grounded at the last minute after European judges intervened on Tuesday night. (Independent)

Surely if the aim is to deter people from coming to the UK and to reduce trafficking then the best methodology is NOT to behave like them. Sadly, Priti Patel, Boris Johnson and their hired thugs do not see it that way. Are they one and the same then?

It would not surprise me. Treating people like trash and profiting from it. Sounds like a Tory.

And finally:

“Deceits favourite role is playing the victim”. Paul Galindo

‘The British construct cannot exist without adversity; internal or external, or without an enemy; real or imagined. Which is why it creates them – to toxically ‘galvanise’ a fabricated ‘stoic-victim’ mentality. And explains why we ‘children’ will always be at war with someone until we break the UK aristocrat-engineered cycles of our own indoctrinated destruction.’

‘The Real Last UK Colony: The English Working Masses’ (2017)

Douglas James

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