The virility of the foreign

A British volunteer who worked in the Calais “Jungle” migrant camp has left her husband and reportedly plans to marry an Afghan migrant so he can live in the UK.

Helen Muller started a relationship with the migrant after travelling to France to work in the camp at a medical caravan.

The 28-year-old, who was married to Richard Muller and has two children, said the man was volunteering as a translator while he was waiting to get into England when they started talking “for hours” every day.

Ms Muller, who works in a residential care home in south Wales, told the BBC she is now divorced and concentrating on getting her partner, who has not been named, to the UK, admitting she may have to marry him to make sure he can stay here.

“Everything has had to become a lot more serious a lot faster,” she said. “For him to be able to legally move to the UK I would have to marry him within three months of him getting here. Everyone says I am crazy but it is the only legal way he can come here.”

Echoes of Polly’s Viking really, isn’t there?

29 thoughts on “The virility of the foreign”

  1. Disgusting.

    Afraid I forget who brought the idea forward, but there’s a very reasonable theory where in a healthy society which has only been slightly raped by demographic invasion, the women are first to react, even before the men- c.f. Червона.

    As soon as it gets to ‘large amounts of men are being killed by invaders’ the survival instinct kicks in, and you see the kind of horrors that are occurring in Western Europe today.

  2. Woman meets man she likes more than her husband and decides to give it a go. Such a thing happening in the ‘jungle’ was probably a statistical near-certainty.

    This is not a story. I’d call it an invasion of privacy but the woman seems to be a willing participant. Not so much the husband. I feel sorry for him. Not because his wife has left him, but because the details of it are in the papers. That’s shitty.

  3. On the practicalities, I presume he gets to keep the kids, and quite possibly the house too? I wonder where she plans to live when she returns to the UK with her new husband.

  4. TTG–The bitch is also deserting 2 small kids. A high price for a case of vagina tingles.

    Was it SMFS on here who said that whichever side wins–we white men or the RoP– the women–with a few honourable exceptions–will fuck the winners.

    He should never be admitted. And she should lose her UK citizenship and be deported.

    Like it or not we are now in a war. For the survival of the West and Western values. If we don’t start fighting it we will lose. Making an example of a traitor is a good start.

  5. Woman meets man she likes more than her husband and decides to give it a go. Such a thing happening in the ‘jungle’ was probably a statistical near-certainty.

    Especially if the woman in question is a Welsh slag.

  6. I have no sympathy for the husband. I bet there were numerous warnings of this sort of mentality long before the wedding, and he appears to have allowed her to go off to France to ponce about in a refugee camp with barely a whimper. Women behave like this because men let them: nobody should have touched her with a barge pole right from the start. Marrying her and giving her 2 kids has only emboldened her.

  7. Andrew M

    Thanks for the link! No real surprise here! No doubt similar stories are appearing across Sweden and Germany. As MrEcks says, this is a civilisational struggle and one side has surrendered. Sadly for them, their 23 gendered multicultural heaven is likely to remain chimerical – much more likely their LGBTTQSM (etc) friends will appear in videos being produced by the successor to ISIS in 15 years time, quite possibly in Europe….

  8. Mr. Ecks

    Was it SMFS on here who said that whichever side wins–we white men or the RoP– the women–with a few honourable exceptions–will fuck the winners.

    Except that it’s the women who are deciding who wins. And it’s not us.

    He should never be admitted.

    The Australians are proposing exactly that.

  9. Yuk

    “Like it or not we are now in a war. For the survival of the West and Western values. If we don’t start fighting it we will lose. Making an example of a traitor is a good start”

    We aren’t in a war because not allowed to fight. More like we are being genocided slowly. Probably with the benefit of hindsight in a couple of hundred years it will look quite fast.

  10. RdeJ–I think Tim Newman covers that point.

    Tomsmith–The fight is not really with the RoP. They are only imported mercenaries. Given the return of our strength they can be sent packing–literally and metaphorically with little difficulty.

    The battle is with the left. And step one is to throw off the “racist” bullshit that the arch-liars have spent 50 years cultivating.

  11. So Much For Subtlety

    Tim Newman – “I have no sympathy for the husband.”

    I do. He did what society told him to do. Society says women like nice men and so boys should grow up to respect women. But they f*ck wife beaters who also have a reasonable chance of cutting their women’s throats.

    Western men should act accordingly.

  12. Up to 14 years imprisonment for a marriage of convenience might be a slight impediment for a dim girl who announces her intentions in the Daily Mail.

  13. I do. He did what society told him to do.

    No, he did what the vocal minority of society, consisting mainly of women, told him he should do.

    Society says women like nice men and so boys should grow up to respect women.

    Indeed, but he ought to have known what respect is and that it is earned. I bet he just let her walk all over him because he wanted to get laid.

  14. ‘her partner, who has not been named’

    Name him Christopher Spencer. That’ll make it easier to get him in.

  15. It looks like she’s going to get him in under the family reunion rules.
    But why can’t she be made to go to Kabul?

  16. Shakespeare got it right

    Henry V, Act III, Scene 5: the war going badly for the French

    Dauphin: Our madams mock at us, and plainly say
    Our mettle is bred out and they will give
    Their bodies to the lust of English youth
    To new-store France with bastard warriors.

  17. @ Ecks

    “TTG–The bitch is also deserting 2 small kids. A high price for a case of vagina tingles.”

    Men do it for penis tingles all the time. Having never been on any side of a broken home, I can’t tell you what’s best for the kids here.

    “And she should lose her UK citizenship and be deported.”

    … probably not that, though.

  18. From the Daily Mail comments:

    “A friend married a Chinese woman and can’t bring her into the country because he is not earning sufficient to support her. So this lady will be in the same boat. I hope she enjoys living in France.”

    I had completely forgotten about that. Guardian says the threshold is £18,600. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/jul/09/couples-protest-18600-minimum-income-rule-foreign-spouse-uk

    From some immigration lawyer:

    Additionally, these Rules disproportionately affect women, 55% of whom earn less than £18,600, compared to 27% of men. These Rules also put young people at a disadvantage. 53% of 20-29 year olds would not meet the minimum income requirement as opposed to 36% of people aged 46-60 years old. Finally, those living outside of London are at a disadvantage with, on average, 43% earning less than the income threshold, compared to 27% of Londoners.

    A young(ish) Welsh woman whose last job was in childcare? No chance.

  19. Mr. Ecks
    Not quite, I meant through the ballot box. It is widely claimed that left wing parties would virtually disappear if women were disenfranchised.

  20. Just to be clear, Julia, I’m not proposing women be disenfranchised. I favour an “only tax payers vote” system.

    The last figures I saw gave Republicans two states for every one the Democrats held if only men voted. The effect is apparently less pronounced in the UK, but I’m only repeating what I’ve read.

  21. I had completely forgotten about that. Guardian says the threshold is £18,600.

    And, surprisingly, it’s not wrong. Daughter had to wait 5 months after she got married to even send in the paperwork so she could import her (USian) husband while she built up the relevant earning history (having just finished her MSc so not having earned much for the previous year.)

    It was all a bit Excel (me) and snatching every opportunity for overtime (her.)

  22. Oh, as a note – it is either having been in a job earning at least £18,600 per annum for at least 6 months, or demonstrating £18,600 in earnings over the last 12 months. There are savings and investment routes as well.

    For her, it was very close which of the two main routes she would reach first – demonstrable earnings just won out (so we didn’t have to find out whether they consider doctoral grants as “earnings” in a “job”.)

  23. As bob rocket pointed out my first thought was doesn’t this count as an announcement of a marriage of convenience

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