Illegal alien invaders using makeshift RAFTS to cross channel as Britain braces for fresh influx

CALAIS migrants are now using homemade rafts to try to sneak into Britain amid warnings many are making increasingly desperate attempts to cross the Channel following the dismantling of the Jungle camp.

h/t ZD

  • Ron MacDonald

    Sink them.

  • tom_billesley

    This should shake the complacency in Britain that relies upon the Channel as a barrier, albeit a leaky one. It should, but in political circles it won’t.

  • Dana Garcia

    Winston Churchill said, “We shall fight on the beaches.”

    • Alain

      I recall a poll years ago that found that the majority of post WW II young British adults thought Churchill was just a fictional character and never existed.

      • V10_Rob

        Hard to blame them, considering most post WWII British leaders are as impressive as a bowl of cold oatmeal.

      • Dana Garcia

        Wow, that explains a lot about the sad state of Britannia these days.

        And also the power that comes from controlling the education system.

    • tom_billesley

      Britain better look in the archives for the designs for a flame fougasse

  • What a bunch of friggin idiots.

    Until Europe as a whole starts sending ALL of these invaders back the flow will not stop.

    Europe will soon no longer be a white continent. And it will descend into civil war.

    All will be lost because of progressive pipe dreams.

    • pdxnag

      Multiculturalism transforms into monoculturalism when Muslims are mixed in to the brew.

  • G

    A bit of vigilante action could end this quickly if local police could be persuaded to be “engaged in a serious matter somewhere else” at specific times.

    5 or 6 suppressed long range shots from a high powered rifle would puncture enough inflation cells of one of those rafts to deflate and sink it.

    • k1962

      Or just send them back when they do run into trouble. From the sounds of the Channel conditions, they won’t make it on their own anyway.

      • lolwut?

        It’s very doable in a boat with good sized engine.

      • tom_billesley

        The raft idea has been tried before, not to cross to England but to get a few miles out into the navigation channel to make a distress signal to a ferry from Calais to Dover in the hope they’d be picked up and landed in England.

        • k1962

          Excellent. That is the solution. Keep bringing them back to France. If they’re not happy, they can go home.

          • Rosenmops

            Or tow them back to Africa.

  • mauser 98

    illegal sheepshaggers go to hardware store buy glue and rubber make a seaworthy raft
    authorities , locals notice nothing
    story needs some salt
    raft in pic not home made

  • Maurice Miner

    And to think that once upon a time, the UK’s national sport was pub darts!

  • Kathy Prendergast

    As long as the rafts are suitably “makeshift” and sink well before they reach the other side, I don’t see a problem.

  • Kathy Prendergast

    What a shame that carnivorous fish like piranhas and sharks can’t live in the Channel’s chilly waters. Maybe dogfish though; I’ve heard that a school of them can strip a body down to the skeleton in minutes (the things you learn, knowing people from Newfoundland!)