A British journalist spotted an advert which appeared in Gulf News and her skewed comments are going viral.
Katie Hopkins, a controversial journalist and commentator whose career revolves around hate-spewing and vile sentiments spotted the ad which offers ‘UK Residency for all families – free education and free medical with other government benefits”.
The 44-year-old has spouted anti-immigration and anti-Islam comments before, tied her intolerant far-right views up with one caption in which she dubs readers ‘tea-towelled loons’, and adds that ‘freeloaders not welcome’.
“It’s not free you tea-towelled loons. British taxpayers fund it. Freeloaders not welcome.”
Advert in Gulf News throughout UAE & Muslin Countries
“Bring your whole family to U.K. FREE HEALTH. FREE EDUCATION. FREE BENEFITS
It’s not free you tea-towelled loons. British taxpayers fund it. Free loaders not welcome. pic.twitter.com/mFYNzJxBIr
— Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) August 24, 2019
The comments are surprisingly on the fence
While some want Hopkins out of the UK:
I'd rather their entire population moved here than keeping you in the UK.
— Chris Clee (@CCleePolitical) August 24, 2019
There are also people who agree with her sentiments
With impending D-Day for Brexit (British exit from the EU) looming on October 31, some UK residents are looking forward to the country’s official departure from the mainland.
Once out of the EU the door will be locked
— colin quinn (@tobes106) August 24, 2019