It is being reported by the mass media that ‘Child Migrants’ are being bussed all over the country from the now dismantled ‘Jungle’ camp in Calais.
The Plymouth Herald for example, published a story:“First Child Migrants from the Calais Jungle have arrived in Devon” which has since been taken offline, after a comment was left claiming that 20 of these children were refused entry to a local hostel as they were “Too Old” and why didn’t the Herald mention it?
This was spotted by an eagle-eyed reader in that area, who then informed the Outlaw.
My question is therefore: “Why are entire articles being pulled from media websites simply because of a reader’s comment?”
Is it because it is becoming too difficult now to disguise the simple fact that the greater majority of what the Government and the Media are describing as‘Children’ are anything but?
Are the Great British public, now starting to point out, using their right to comment on mainstream media websites, what should have been obvious to everyone all along?
Or is there a perfectly plausible and logical explanation?