Northern Ireland: Police chief warns of impending danger to border after Brexit, “no one in charge”

Northern Ireland’s police chief George Hamilton warned Members of Parliament that “there was no ‘go-to coordinator’ who was ‘actually taking responsibility’” for border security after Brexit, “as he warned of the risk from organised crime and dissident terrorists.” By terrorists, he means jihadists, entering Northern Ireland as part of the Muslim migrant influx:

Migrants are bypassing tougher cross-Channel security to get into the UK via Ireland….Smugglers are taking migrants from Calais and Dunkirk and flying them to Dublin, from where they cross the Irish border and travel onwards to London.

Calais is a hot spot for Muslim migrant crime. The Calais “Jungle” refugee camp, which at one point held a staggering 10,000 migrants, was dismantled but reappeared last year. Officials then referred to it as lawless and dangerous, and declared it to be a “no-go zone.” It still remains a violent no-go zone, and now Muslim migrants are traveling from it to Northern Ireland, from which some of them go on to London.

Once in London, some of them will add to the already spiraling crime rate there under the city’s Muslim mayor Sadiq Khan. Khan boasted last year that he planned on bringing in 1,500,000 more migrants. Khan continues to spend enormous resources on police services, not to crack down on violent crime, but to engage in a witch hunt against offensive speech.

The state of affairs are grim at the Northern Ireland border:

A smuggler, who gave his name as Azad, explained the process to a BBC researcher who posed as a migrant. My guy who will be with them is going to book all the necessary steps.

In another case, an Iranian who made the journey to the Northern Irish border said there were fewer checks in Northern Ireland and it was easier to enter the rest of the UK from there:

Hamid – not his real name – paid smugglers £10,000 to make the journey. He said the Irish route drew less police attention than entering the UK via London or Kent.

Unfortunately, the warning by Northern Ireland’s police chief George Hamilton is falling on deaf ears, as the UK government has embraced the suicidal globalist agenda and abandoned its people, putting police in harm’s way.

“Brexit chaos: PSNI chief claims ‘no-one in charge’ of Ireland border preparations – and Paisley says ‘sounds like a shambles,’” Belfast Telegraph, June 27, 2018:

Northern Ireland’s police chief George Hamilton has revealed the level of chaos surrounding preparations for the border in Ireland after Brexit, claiming that no-one is in charge.

Mr Hamilton told MPs there was no “go-to coordinator” who was “actually taking responsibility” for the project – as he warned of the risk from organised crime and dissident terrorists.

The chief constable revealed he had yet to submit a business case for how to bolster border policing because he was “trying to find a mechanism and an audience” for doing so.

“We feel like we are in the dark around all of this – we don’t have that go-to coordinator to assist with us, to tell us what the requirement is,” Mr Hamilton said.

The evidence was described as “very troubling” by Sylvia Hermon, an independent Northern Ireland MP – while the DUP’s Ian Paisley said it “sounds like a shambles”.

Mr Hamilton also revealed he had yet to have a meeting with Theresa May about the Brexit threat to the border – and that he had not met her at all since last October.

“There are so many issues to be dealt with, in such a period of time, that things are not getting the attention they require,” he told the Commons Northern Ireland committee……

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