Illegal Economic Leaches Set Fire To Napier Barracks

Published on 29 January 2021 by Kirsty

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Last modified 7 February 2021

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Doesn’t this just prove that it’s not about getting to safety, it’s all about the free ride when they get here.

Security guard at Napier barracks with the private number plate (Jihad)

Dramatic footage from Napier Barracks shows large plumes of smoke billowing into the sky above the barracks this afternoon.

Dozens of emergency service workers are currently on scene as huge flames can be seen engulfing at least one of the buildings. 

The barracks have been used by the Government to house 400 illegal benefit leaches since September.

Some of the illegal asylum leaches who had tested positive for Covid were moved into 4 star hotels yesterday to ease pressure on the site, but those who remained at the accommodation area became ‘angry’ that some had been allowed to leave and a ‘riot’ was started involving around 100 illegal asylum leaches.

Sources said staff were barricaded into a room, although they managed to get free, while windows were smashed and a building was set on fire.  

Pictures from the scene show dozens of emergency services in attendance including police and ambulance crews.

An insult to the British taxpayer.

A spokesman for Kent Fire and Rescue Service said: ‘We have been called to assist Kent Police at the Napier Barracks in Folkestone, following reports of a fire. Eight fire engines have been sent to the scene.

‘People living and working in the surrounding area are advised to close their windows and doors as a precaution, due to smoke coming from the incident. People are also asked to avoid the area.’

A Kent Police spokesperson told MailOnline: ‘We were called to a report of a disturbance at Napier Barracks in Folkestone at around 2pm on Friday 29 January.

‘There was also a report of a fire in one part of the building. Officers are at the location, along with Kent Fire and Rescue Service.

‘At this stage there have been no reported injuries and enquiries remain ongoing to determine the cause of the fire and establish whether any offences have been committed.’

Over the weekend, it emerged that a coronavirus outbreak had ravaged the Kent site with 120 thought to have tested positive. 

A number of the illegal asylum leaches were reportedly evacuated from the site this week and taken to alternative accommodation in a bid to control the outbreak.

There are reports of illegal asylum leaches carrying out hunger strikes in protest against the ‘unbearable conditions in the camp. 


  1. Baker

    Just deport them, never grateful anyway. Just take advantage

    12 February 2021 - 13:34 – Reply

  2. Terina

    The day after they were visited by that Calais refugee charity. Did the charity suggest the arson?

    11 February 2021 - 14:39 – Reply

  3. Rick Hall

    They are in our country illegally ! send them home any appeals can be sorted from there, have british people not had enough of this crap government?

    8 February 2021 - 11:06 – Reply

  4. Justin

    It doesn’t surprise me but still wow!!! So blatant how is that even allowed!!!

    7 February 2021 - 14:56 – Reply

  5. Paul

    Disgraceful, send them back.

    7 February 2021 - 13:37 – Reply

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