From Eritrea to London: Refugee's 3,500 mile journey MAPPED but he expected 'MORE from UK'
The Eritrean fled persecution in his war-ravaged country, survived nearly drowning at sea, faced kidnap by ISIS, starvation and dehydration and made it to Britain by hanging on to the outside of a Eurostar train.
But he has turned his nose up at the UK and its goodwill by telling Express.co.uk he expected MORE from the country putting a roof over his head at the expense of the taxpayer.
The asylum seeker is one of scores of migrants who have illegally entered the UK and are being housed in properties owned by a hotel magnate in a quaint village near Heathrow, while their applications for asylum are processed.
They stay in picturesque Longford, outside west London, for initial asylum processing.
And then one day the Luftwaffe might fly overhead and drop pallets of rifles — and a Nazi army of 2 million people would be 500 miles inside the borders of the USSR.
Panzer divisions would reach them and reinforce them in very little time.
Of course, Stalin would never have allowed it. Stalin wasn’t stupid.