French interior minister blasts UK for being too ‘economically attractive’ for illegal migrants

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More drama between Britain and France, but no real plan is in place in either country to stop illegal Muslim migration.

As the two nations engage in public heated exchanges, accusing one another, neither country has closed its borders or corrected its suicidal open-door immigration policies. It is easier for France and Britain (in their view) to continue diplomatic rows and finger pointing — while continuing to sacrifice national security — than it is to be called “Islamophobic.”

French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin charged: “Britain must take its responsibility and limit its economic attractiveness. Britain left Europe, but not the world. We need to work seriously on these questions, without being held hostage by domestic British politics.”

Nonsense. France and Britain both need to change their immigration policies, start vetting migrants, and shut down open-door migration.

“Migrant crossings: UK must make itself ‘less economically attractive’ to those making journey, French interior minister says,” by Andy Hayes, Sky News, November 28, 2021:

The UK must make itself less economically attractive to migrants, France’s interior minister has said.

Gerald Darmanin added that France would not be “held hostage” by Britain’s domestic politics.

People gather in Calais and Dunkirk because they are “attracted by England, especially the labour market which means you can work in England without any identification”, he continued.

“Britain must take its responsibility and limit its economic attractiveness.

“Britain left Europe, but not the world. We need to work seriously on these questions, without being held hostage by domestic British politics.”

Migration across the English Channel has become an even more pressing issue after 27 people died on Wednesday….

This article by Christine Douglass-Williams at JihadWatch.org is republished with permission. ©All rights reserved.