U.K. Announces Plan to Ship Illegal Immigrants To African Nation For ‘Resettlement’

President Donald J. Trump huddles with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson at the United Nations General Assembly on Manhattan, September 24, 2019. Official White House Photo: Shealah Craighead.

The United Kingdom has announced new measures to curb its illegal immigration problem as the United States seemed determined to keep borders open. Prime Minister Boris John announced an agreement with Rwanda worth $157 million to fly individuals who illegally migrate to the U.K. to Rwanda so they can be resettled in the African nation.

The Daily Wire reports:

“Uncontrolled immigration creates unmanageable demands on our NHS and our welfare state, it overstretches our local schools, our housing and public transport, and creates unsustainable pressure to build on precious green spaces,” Johnson said in a speech last week. “Nor is it fair on those who are seeking to come here legally, if others can just bypass the system.”

Johnson noted that those attempting to arrive in the U.K. by boat “are not directly fleeing imminent peril as is the intended purpose of our asylum system” and that if they were they had “passed through manifestly safe countries, including many in Europe, where they could – and should – have claimed asylum.”

Johnson noted that British citizens had voted several times for the nation to get a grip on the illegal immigration problem that has plagued it, that those who make the journey are being exploited by smugglers and that they are putting their own lives at risk by making the voyage as many end up drowning.

Johnson announced tens of millions of dollars worth of new funding for the Royal Navy, which will take over operational command from Border Force in the Channel, so that it has the resources needed to tackle the challenge. The infusion of cash will be used to fund “new boats, aerial surveillance and military personnel in addition to the existing taskforce of patrol vessels, Wildcat helicopters, search and rescue aircraft, drones and remotely piloted aircraft.”

“Rwanda welcomes this partnership with the United Kingdom to host asylum seekers and migrants, and offer them legal pathways to residence” in the East African nation, Foreign Minister Vincent Biruta said.



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Probhat Raha
Probhat Raha
5 months ago

It was exactly my thought. All illegal immigrants from the USA should be sent back to their native countries along with ALL violent, unproductive criminal Blacks of USA to African Countries of their origin. USA should compensate those repatriation countries with financial incentives.

Cinti CB
Cinti CB
5 months ago
Reply to  Probhat Raha

Send any & all who the following description would fit;
Not only is there nothing ‘positive’ about them, there’s not, even, anything ‘not negative’ about them.
We don’t need this in our country-ship ’em out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Dianne
Dianne
5 months ago

Now why didn’t we think of that?? Oh, that’s right, we have a clueless President in the White House, who doesn’t know what to do, and whenever he does anything, he only makes things worse for America.

Nine Island Girl
Nine Island Girl
5 months ago
Reply to  Dianne

Even with his loss of cognitive skills, he knows this very well. It’s intentional.

Cinti CB
Cinti CB
5 months ago

All he has to do is wait to hear what obama tells him to do.

What?
What?
5 months ago
Reply to  Dianne

Or falls asleep

chei
chei
5 months ago

sounds like a good plan

Nine Island Girl
Nine Island Girl
5 months ago

What a noble concept. Can we learn from this?
Ahhh, never mind.

kurt bloom
kurt bloom
5 months ago

Old History,,, Back in the late 60s early 70s a couple hundred African/Americans that Jessey Jackson coined. Left the united states and flew to Africa to stay and live. When they got there they all went to the ocean and threw their Pass Ports into the ocean, a media event of that time. Three years later the last of them that were in africa got back to the USA. They should be interviewed today and asked why did they come back from such a nice country as africa.

Bill
Bill
5 months ago

Sounds like a plan.

Rio Sam
Rio Sam
5 months ago

I think we should send all of our illegals to an African country also.. at least they wouldn’t be coming back anytime soon!
Kudos to Boris!!

Cinti CB
Cinti CB
5 months ago

YAY, YAY, YAY UK,
YAY, YAY, YAY UK
YAY, YAY, YAY, UK
UK ALL THE WAY!!!!!!

dslady
dslady
5 months ago

How about we do the same thing and make an agreement with another African country and send every last one of those illegal aliens some where else. The United States does not need nor want them here. Legal immigrants are a blessing most of the time, but illegals are nothing but trouble.

Michele Plonski
Michele Plonski
5 months ago

I SO WISH WE WOULD HAVE SOME BRAVE POLITICIANS STAND UP AND DO THE SAME. HEY RAWANDA, DO YOU WANT A FEW MORE. WE HAVE WAY MORE THEN OUR NATION CAN HANDLE AN OR ABSORB. THEY WANT A CHANCE TO BUILD SOMETHING. GIVE THEM A CHANCE THERE. THEY HAVE A BETTER CHANCE OF FINDING OPEN SPACE TO DO SO. PLEASE AND THANK YOU

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