Illegals Injure Cops, Then Break Out? Make ‘Em SUFFER!
Spain’s seven detention centres hold people living in the country illegally until they decide whether or not to deport them.
- And a dashed good idea, I hear you say.
At least if illegal aliens are under lock and key, they can’t go out prowling with the consequences we saw in Koln at the start of 2016, and as we still see all over the place, as in Austria and Denmark.
But what good is a detention centre if the guards can be over-powered?.
NINE Algerians have escaped from a detention centre in southern Spain after starting a riot.
Javier Monje, the Police Union’s spokesman in Murcia, has called for the centre to be closed, saying it ‘cannot stay open a minute more’, adding that police were under equipped.
What does Senor Monje actually mean? Are the poor Spanish cops not sufficiently well-armed to take out the riotous rabble?
Or maybe they are, but are under Brussels-diktat orders not to use their guns.
That kind of supranational sticky-beak interference wouldn’t surprise me, or anyone who understands whose side the EUSSR is really on. Just think back!
When Spain did put up serious resistance to defending its frontiers – with mere rubber bullets, not even the sort that would be both more appropriate and more effective – that EuroCommissar at once began bleating on behalf of the lawless savages?
“I expect clarifications from the authorities,” Ms Malmstrom said. BBC News – EU to probe Spain over rubber bullets fired at migrants
But there has been a growing number of riots as detainees and critics say the migrants are living in prison-like conditions.
Bloody good thing too.
If I were caught sneaking into Indonesia in a little boat at dead of night across the straits from Singapore, darned certain I’d be locked up.
Unauthorised border violations are illegal in most every country (except maybe Italy, where Red Renzi has decriminalised!) so prison-like conditions are entirely appropriate.
Or should the crimmigrants be housed in posh hotels, as indeed happened in the UK when Theresa May was Home Secretary?
And is still going on – why else are the Calais curs so keen to cross the Channel?
Make ’em wish they’d never left ‘home, sweet home!’.