'The Bradford-based Human Relief Foundation has been running a project to help the 'refugees' at the makeshift camp and previously claimed they were all 'fleeing war and significant atrocities.'But a visit by a team led by Kassim Tokan, the HRF deputy chief executive, discovered a totally different picture on the ground, with unwanted clothing and food being 'dumped and burnt' by the migrants.The organisation had been running a project to help the 'refugees' at the makeshift camp and previously claimed they were all 'fleeing war and significant atrocitiesInstead of vulnerable families fighting for survival he found the camp – dubbed the Jungle – was '95 to 97 per cent' adult men.'
Thursday, 8 October 2015
Human Relief Foundation considers cutting off aid for the Calais ‘Jungle’ per Daily Mail Online
The Daily Mail yesterday had this report that oddly has still not made it to the BBC's news reporting. Maybe the BBC only cover The Mail's reports when they involve a Conservative Prime Minister and porcine rumours.
The Mail's report http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3262220/UK-charity-considers-cutting-aid-Jungle-Calais-visiting-camp-deciding-migrants-no-real-reason-leave-home-country.html starts thus:
95%+ adult men, well that doesn't match with the BBC's coverage does it. There's a narrative to spread so I doubt that the BBC will go anywhere near this news.