Aug 22 2015
What could possibly go wrong? UK to house teenage Muslim illegal aliens next door to a primary school
After Kent County Council announced plans to accommodate unaccompanied illegals from North Africa and the Middle East, all boys, at the former Ladesfield Care Home in Vulcan Close, which is between a primary school and a nursery school, furious parents are pulling their children from the schools. And who can blame them?
UK Express The three-storey former Ladesfield care home will house 40-50 male refugees aged 16 to 18 who have arrived without parents at Folkestone and Dover.
Blacked-out windows, barbed wire fences, CCTV and security guards will be added to the temporary reception centre, next to Joy Lane School in Whitstable, Kent. It is due to open next month but it has already triggered concerned families to find new schools for their children (rather than risk them being raped by the Muslims)
Mother-of-three, Emma Sands, 44, who has a nine-year-old daughter at the school, said: “We are told they are 16 and 17-years-old, but from previous experience from other centres, they are actually not of that age – they are older. Mrs Sands said she did not want to see barbed wire fences and security guards right next to her daughter’s school.
Another mother, who did not want to be named, said: “I have been looking at other schools for my daughter. “One of our concerns is that the authorities won’t be able to keep proper control over these illegal aliens who see young white girls as “fresh meat,” theirs for the taking.
The number of migrants aged under 18 in Kent County has doubled in the last three months to 605.
Kent Online Victoria Madden, who has two children at the school, said: “The protest is about the fact we were not told and had no chance to voice our opinions on the housing of 16, 17 and 18-year-old ‘young men’ – as they put it in our meeting – probably no more than 20 feet from the school.
“They’re talking about putting up six foot fences, 24 hour security – I didn’t send my kids to school for it to be a prison. “I sent my kids to school so they had the free run of the playground without wondering what’s behind the six foot fence.”