Locals in Sidcup, United Kingdom, have chased out muslim invaders in a protest which led to the eviction of over 20 persons.
The Home Office moved three muslim invaders into a property in Penhill Road last Thursday, which was not approved by local council.
Without giving any notice to the council or residents, more followed over the weekend and it resulted in a demonstration being held outside their home on Sunday.
“The crowd were shouting ‘save our children’ and ‘save our streets’ – speaking before the demonstration, Stacey Simpson, 35, of Penhill Road, said she was worried for the safety of her five children.
All kebab was removed following the hour long protest.
Syrian invaders relocated after clash with neighbour in Stoke-on-Trent
A family of islamic invaders who came to Stoke-on-Trent from Syria were moved from their new home within hours of arriving in the city after concerns were raised over their safety.
The affected extended family – three adults and six children – have been put up in a hotel for at least a week after being forced to leave their council houses.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council acted after a ‘derogatory’ comment was reportedly made by a neighbour about the ethnicity of the family in one of two houses in the same area.
The refugees in the second property also moved out of their home in support of their loved-ones.
She added: “The family were shaking and crying and even asked to be taken back to Syria.”
Good riddance. That must have been one hell of a derogatory comment.
My hat is off to the brave locals of both towns for standing up to the foreign hordes.