Thursday, September 22, 2016

Refugees with Benefits: Female Aid Workers are Getting to Know Muhammad in Calais

Calais when it sizzles

The article below makes it clear that sex between aid workers and residents of the Calais refugee camp comes in many permutations - male aid workers with female refugees, male aid workers with prostitutes in the camp, relations between aid workers (females? males?) and underage refugee boys and so on. But apparently the most active category is female aid workers having sex with male refugees.

It's Sex in the City, but without the $300 dinner tabs.

And who are we to judge activist Emily for wanting an exotic break from pajama boy Trevor back home?

But the symbolism of "aid workers" inviting Muhammad into their tent is hard to miss.

Didn't someone once say everything is about sex? Perhaps they weren't totally wrong. What else better explains the otherwise inexplicable "pro-migrant" policy of some Europeans?

A policy that arguably might be reduced to the two-word invitation of that famous Kurt Cobain song.

From today's Daily Mail (originally cited by The Muslim Issue): 
Calais aid workers are regularly having SEX with migrants from the Jungle camp - with FEMALE charity helpers the most likely to sleep with a refugee 
  • Calais volunteers have been accused of having sex with camp migrants 
  • Whistleblowers claim some are having several sexual partners in one day
  • It is alleged some volunteers are suing the camp as 'a free for all festival' 
  • Some aid workers said the allegations should have been kept private
Calais aid workers volunteering in the Jungle have been accused of having sex with migrants, some of whom are believed to be underage, according to a whistle blower. 
The revelations have caused a furious row on Facebook, with some volunteers claiming the allegations should have remained secret and criticised the whistle blower for expressing his concerns. 
According to the whistle blower, some volunteers avail of the service of the Jungle camp prostitutes, while others have multiple partners in one day. 
 Other aid workers have complained that unscrupulous volunteers are treating the camp like a 'free for all festival' and 'find it difficult to keep it in their pants'. 
The original allegations were aired on a Facebook thread concerning the People to People Solidarity group, which has since been deleted. 
It was claimed that female volunteers were more likely to have sex with male migrants than any other combination. 
One volunteer was described as having 'a bad reputation' for sleeping with male refugees and was asked to leave the camp. 
One male volunteer had to be 'persuaded by other male volunteers' against returning due to his 'inappropriate behaviour with female refugees'.
According to the original post, the whistle blower claimed: 'I have heard of boys, believed to be under the age of consent, having sex with volunteers. 
'I have heard stories of men using the prostitutes in the Jungle too. I have heard of volunteers having sex with multiple partners in one day, only to carry on in the same vein the following day. 
'And I also know, that I'm only hearing a small part of a wider scale of abuse.' 
Several volunteers severely criticised the whistleblower for discussing the abuse allegations in an open forum. 
However, one volunteer defended him claiming: 'It always really worries me that we're more concerned with the press/our reputation than we are with the sexual abuse itself.'

According to the Independent, some volunteers believe sexual relationships between aid workers and refugees is 'natural' while others believe it breaks the 'usual codes of conduct'. 
The UNHCR said it has a 'zero tolerance' policy concerning the sexual exploitation of refugees in such camps. 
However, some of the volunteer groups in the camp do not have clearly defined 'codes of conduct', while others complain about so-called 'independent volunteers' who are not attached to any particular group. 
Clare Mosely, founder of Care4Calais told the Independent: 'At the end of the day it isn't recognised as an official refugee camp, it's an illegal settlement. So we’ve got no way of forcing anyone to leave. That is the difficulty.'

Read the rest at the Daily Mail here, and commentary at The Muslim Issue here.


  1. Satan is having a field day. It's too easy these days.
    Could someone educate the female aid workers that Muslim men believe they/we are ALL prostitutes who would have sex with anyone at any time? They are playing right into the mindset, and proving the Muslims RIGHT on this point.
    What sickness.

  2. It IS all about sex. The two urges we have that are easily abused are the propagation of the species, and preservation of life.

    Hence, untrammelled sexual activity, and gluttony are the most public sins. Our problems go much deeper than sex with strangers in a camp. The damage is done by what children are exposed to - these children filled with lustful thoughts are the grown-ups who have sex with strangers in the camps.

  3. Some sins should be covered up. There is no need to report on such disgusting things.

    1. I don't know about you John, but I feel like we all know too much these days. Life today is going to mean long purgatories for us all, before we'll be fit for heaven.