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The UK is the latest European country to deploy its military to stop illegal immigration, after a surge of illegal alien migrant boats crossing the English Channel.  Home Secretary Priti Patel has announced that British military forces will be deployed to "turn back the boats".

Those granted asylum or seeking asylum in the UK receive more welfare there than in France, so many migrants try to cross to the UK for higher welfare payments.

In the last few months, Poland and Lithuania deployed their armies to the border with Belarus to stop Third World illegal aliens crossing from Belarus.  Lithuania's Interior Minister directed their military to use whatever force was necessary to keep illegal aliens from crossing the border.  Hungary, Austria, Macedonia, and Greece have also had their militaries on the border to stop illegal immigration, and Austria recently reinforced its military presence for that purpose.

Some years ago, Australia had a serious problem of migrant boats landing in their country.  Then Prime Minister Tony Abbot implemented Operation Sovereign Borders led by an army general which combined military and border patrol assets to identify the migrant boats before they reached Australian waters and then sent armed vessels to forcibly turn them around back to where they came from.  For the few that did manage to get through, their occupants were sent to offshore camps in places like New Guinea and not allowed into Australia.  These policies broke the back of the human smuggling business into Australia.

Being tough on illegal immigration works, and it is shameful to see the Biden regime colluding with the human smugglers and encouraging the rampant violation of our immigration laws.

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( October 6th, 2021 @ 12:45 pm )
Robust rules of engagement against illegal alien incursions are critical to the military stopping them. Greek, Hungarian, and Lithuanian soldiers have already fired live ammo to stop illegal aliens crossing the border. In the case of the Greeks, one illegal alien was killed and several wounded. A message has to be sent that illegal border crossing will just not be tolerated.

One thing the Brits do not seem to have thought of is to cut welfare payments to less than France. The Danes did think of that in the 2015 migrant invasion of Europe. Not only did they substantially cut the welfare given to asylum seekers, but they took out advertising in the areas where the migrants were gathering like Turkey to let them know that the welfare was cut. Of course, they did not rely just on that. Denmark also closed its land border with Germany to keep them out.

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