I'm travelling to Calais and Ouistreham, two French ports that are under siege from a migrant invasion with one country as their destination — the UK.
We're exposing the lies told by the mainstream media, the EU and our own government.
It's not the first time I will have been there. But it appears that things have changed for the worse. Migrants are walking across continents and multiple countries in the EU Schengen area, unchallenged.
From across Africa and the Middle East, they invade the UK because they are told by the NGOs — the human rights industry — that borders do not matter, the UK is a utopia where they will find welfare, jobs on the black market and housing.
We are seeing the mainstream media pictures of migrants in boats — it's good, cheap pictorial copy. The invasion of the boats is minuscule compared to the hidden invasion via trucks. They come in their thousands.
President Macron had ordered the closure of the jungles and camps and dispersed the migrants around France. Paris became a sh*thole, other towns saw an increase in crime.
The migrants made their way back to Calais. We are told there are only a couple of hundred migrants in and around Calais. This is a lie. There are still many hundreds, possibly thousands.
Many migrants been holed up in makeshift tents for up to two years and are now ready to use whatever means to get here. They hate France and other EU countries — for many of them, there is only one destination, the UK.
These illegals are entering the UK on a daily basis. Despite the tough talk from Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, the government is not being honest about the dangerous illegal immigrant population in the UK. Some estimates count them at 3 million.
We're going to tell you the truth about the migrants and the dangers facing the innocent UK truckers and small business owners.
This type of reporting is quite costly — and unlike our mainstream competitors, we’re not backed by big corporations or government funding. For myself, a camera crew, and a small security team to protect us from people smugglers and criminal gangs, we expect our total costs to amount to about £5000.
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March 8, 2019: In the area that once housed the Calais Jungle, Janice found at least 100 illegal migrants in a camp in the middle of a business park.
March 8, 2019: Janice meets Kevin, a hard-working, no-nonsense truck driver from Huddersfield, UK. Kevin sat down with Janice in a truck stop in Calais, to describe some home truths about how criminal migrants impact his life.
Old Calais Jungle still occupied, British taxpayers sent £100 million for these flimsy French security fences
March 7, 2019: We are told that there is no migrant problem in Calais; that they have all been dispersed around France. But as I’ve discovered firsthand, many have made their way back to the former “Jungle" and they're determined to break into Britain.
“The impact of migrants on Ouistreham has been catastrophic”: Local French business owners speak out
March 6, 2019: Janice wanted to hear about the effects of the migrant crisis on local businesses in Ouistreham, France.
March 5, 2019: When people think of the migrant crisis, they often think about the Calais Jungle. What few people realize is that once the Jungle was destroyed by French authorities, many of those migrants simply decamped to smaller, lesser-known French ports.
March 1, 2019: The migrants in Ouistreham are angry. They are being told by the people smugglers and charities that Brexit will stop their passage. All lies. They're becoming increasingly desperate. We were threatened earlier in the day when we tried to interview them, so we retreated to our car. But they kicked the doors, thumped the windows and tried opening the doors.