Category Archives: Migrants

Live exports

Live exports And that sinking feeling Now awash with a salty foam Drowning in a maelstrom of frightening waves So far from home Sold off to the slaughterer away across the sea Getting that realisation of how it has to … Continue reading

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Passports in the channel

A reminder how little This great world’s become Rubber boats packed with migrants And there are some Coming from far To our four star hotels It may sound like flannel Passports in the channel But we know where they are

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Sweden and the Law

How awful it’s becoming sharia bloody law All the migrants over the years And now we know what for Our freedoms we thought Sacrosanct Usurped by all these sods Culturally abominable Drawing on these rods Of what we see as … Continue reading

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Madeley Court Hotel Telford (migrant heaven )

Hidden in a exclusive part of Telford Historic down through leafy lanes we see A most attractive building A real historic wonderland Packed with migrants Aliens men They might be anybody Fighting age It’s off the page It’s wrong my … Continue reading

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Mac Donald Kilhey Hotel

A posh hotel in Craxton Wood Overlooking the Worthing lakes The Arley Reservoir Built in 1884 and actually it’s what it takes built by one Thomas Fairhurst He Couldn’t have dreamed all these years later Full of migrants it would … Continue reading

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Bibby Stockholm

The Bibby Stockholm Bobs gently in the harbour Portland cried aloud, the People who Do not want hordes of blooming migrants Camped out in their parish Yes it’s true First of all the legionaries Caused problems That fixed then The … Continue reading

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Hendlip

A torrent of terror In palatial style Spread fine in the countryside More than a mile From anywhere really Greenery boughs Country lane peacefulness Herbs and wild flowers The Pear Tree Inn Independent we think A good sized football pitch … Continue reading

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Llanelli no thanks

242 migrants won’t be Housed in a hotel In Llanelli The local people Have protested and so The fight back from locals Who all said no Have won House prices were dropping away Lots of real fear Losing their local … Continue reading

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Ann Widdicombe

This women is a warrior She is brilliant she is strong What’s happening with the little boats Of course it’s bloody wrong Our hotels packed with migrants Alien migrants too All with I phones doctors dentists Good clothes, it is … Continue reading

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Migrant hotels

Migrant hotels in every town Beautiful places What is going down Nobody really knows who they are Mostly men from near and far Lots of green spaces Curiously Locals can’t stay there Ridiculously Those migrants we see Are dressed well … Continue reading

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Unbelievable frustration

The small boats A crescendo Papers thrown away Choppy seas The channel They are coming everyday Hordes it’s like an invasion The Home Office appears Not really up to scratch with them And thus ongoing fears Are raised really all … Continue reading

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Free love

What do we remember Free love it rocked their world A kind of true persuasion Massively it hurled Itself into the psyche All those years ago A country full of mountains And lakes and Winter snow A land of many … Continue reading

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More migrants

Angry clouds Sky borne shrouds Alien tribes Kind of weird vibes No idea Unvetted, clear Already we So near the sea With costs of living And the govt giving Illegals care It’s a nightmare But they are here And we … Continue reading

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A pink and grey barge

A pink and grey barge Bobs on the sea Home to the illegal migrants Who be Full of irreverent blankness But who Find themselves with a welcome Pack Yes it’s all true Portland and Weymouth Seascapes of old Nature is … Continue reading

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Migrants in Weymouth

An influx of men No women no children These are not families Who the hell are they Thrown at a port Where people reside They were born here were schooled here All this denied Import 500 and who and what … Continue reading

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Adversity all round

A converted barge One wonders What utopian spirit lies What an assembly of structures Does this modular realise Stakeholders, every which way Dramatic Personae People ware and management Underneath the sky A ménage of ministry experts Hold the purse strings … Continue reading

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Migrants

A sunny day No waves about The rubber boats Be in no doubt Are on their way To UK Shore Mostly men Whose keeping score Not all of them Are picked up some Scarper rapidly Those that come Many without … Continue reading

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Albanian migrants

They come here on the rubber boats Passports in the sea Treated just like angels Coached off to liberty Hotels country houses Motels here and there Food, free board doctors dentists Certainly no despair Migrants from Albania

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