The United Nations Refugee Agency and the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) have told the UK government not to use the Royal Navy to stop the incessant stream of illegal migrants sailing across the Channel from France to England.
The organisations said in a press release put out in response to the British government’s announcement that it would utilise its military to protect its borders that they were “troubled by the proposal to intercept boats and return those attempting to cross the English Channel irregularly”.
The globalist organisations have said that the UK can deal with the increasing number of boats crossing the Channel to England with illegal migrants as the numbers remain “low and manageable” in their opinion.
The UNHCR and the IOM have both claimed that mass migration is “inevitable, desirable, [and] necessary” and view attempts by sovereign nations to defend their borders as counter to their agenda.
In the first eight months of 2020 over 4,500 illegals have crossed the English Channel and landed in the UK straining services already stretched due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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