Society swings the pendulum from one extreme (denying Jews a safe haven while Hitler’s Germany and other Europeans murder them) to the open borders mania racing across Europe and the West today.
‘Lock your doors. Your holiday hotel’s full of asylum seekers’: What British pensioners were told as they headed for a mini break in Cheshire – and found themselves on the frontline of the migrant crisis
- Asylum seekers are being housed at the Britannia Hotel in Stockport
- British pensioners on a three-day coach tour were told to lock their doors
- Hotel is raking in taxpayers’ cash for rooms that might otherwise be empty
About half-an-hour into their three-day coach tour, Michelle and Kate were told they would be spending the first night in a hotel crammed with asylum seekers.
‘The driver told us to lock our doors and not to leave any valuables on show,’ says Michelle.
‘He said he thought some of the refugees might have gone from the hotel by the time we arrived, but when we got here there were still plenty around.
‘They are wary of us and we are wary of them,’ adds Kate, still slightly astonished at the strange turn her short summer break has taken.