Apr 20 2015
Controversial British journalist Katie Hopkins under fire for saying: “Rescue boats? I’d use gunships to stop (illegal alien Muslim) migrants”
“You may as well set up a Libya-to-Italy P&O ferry,” says this bold and gutsy woman after my own heart! Katie Hopkins ‘doesn’t care if Muslim invaders die at sea’ as she reveals her solution for this dangerous and out-of-control illegal alien Islamic tsunami from Northern Africa and the Middle East into Europe.
UK Mirror (h/t David P) A blistering row over a controversial Katie Hopkins article about migrants in The Sun shows no sign of dying down more than a day after the piece was published.
Long accustomed to the wrath of the leftist Muslim-pandering media and politicians, Katie says what most people think but are afraid to voice in public.
Hopkins says: “NO, I don’t care. Show me pictures of coffins, show me bodies floating in water, play violins and show me skinny people looking sad. I still don’t care. Because in the next minute you’ll show me pictures of aggressive young men at Calais, spreading like the deadly norovirus on a cruise ship.”
Katie went on to say she believes the UK should “get Australian” (turning back all the boats before they reach Australia) in the way they deal with these illegal Muslim invaders because “they threaten them with violence until they bugger off”.
She continued: “Make no mistake, these migrants are cockroaches. They might look a bit like ‘Bob Geldof’s Ethiopia circa 1984’ but they are built to survive a nuclear bomb.” They not only survive, they breed like cockroaches when they aren’t raping white European women.
“Once gunships have driven them back to their shores, boats need to be confiscated and burned on a huge bonfire.
Illegal alien Muslim invaders are flooding Europe by the hundreds of thousands every year, giving Europe exploding crime increases. The vast majority never work, never assimilate and live on state welfare with their big families.
Last year than 170,000 illegal migrants crossed the Mediterranean to Italy and as many as 3,500 died. At least twice that number are expected this year.