Sunday, 27 March 2016

BBC Radio Drama Gave Tips For Illegal Migrants In Somalia

'A BBC department that produced a radio drama giving practical tips to would-be migrants on how to cross from Somalia to Europe received nearly £90 million of British tax payers' money.

The drama, broadcast to Somalia and Kenya at the height of the migrant crisis, featured one character advising a woman to travel only with small luggage to make the illegal crossing easier.

Another character is later advised that "this current time is the best opportunity to reach Europe".The drama is produced by BBC Media Action, the broadcaster's charitable arm, which is funded by the British government's foreign aid budget.

Titled 'A Better Life than Today', it follows the fortunes of a group of Somali youths and has more than two million listeners on BBC Radio Somali.'

The thing is that I'm not really surprised, the BBC's obsession with promoting mass immigration from Islamic countries into the UK is very obvious.

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