“We want an asylum system rooted in kindness and compassion, not cruelty and hostility” Radio host blasts Ben and Jerry’s for getting involved the Rwanda deportation row.

With migrant charities and union bosses lining up to take the government to court for wanting to deport illegal migrants that have come to the UK in small boats to Rwanda, the people’s patience is wearing thin.

“We want an asylum system rooted in kindness and compassion, not cruelty and hostility” Radio host blasts Ben and Jerry’s for getting involved the Rwanda deportation row.

One of the big well known brands leading the charge of trying to stop the UK government doing its job in protecting the country against illegal migration is Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream.

It was reported on Talk TV that the ice cream manufacturer had been having a pop at the UK government. In their many tweets on Twitter, Ben and Jerry’s said: “It’s time to take to the streets!”

“Let’s show our leaders that, as caring people, we want an asylum system rooted in kindness and compassion, not cruelty and hostility!”

“Join one of these two demos if you can to stand against the #RwandaPlan”

Along with this tweet, was a picture advertising a mass protest outside Gatwick and the Home Office, with the heading “Stop the Rwanda flight.”

This has caused outrage on social media, with many people slamming the ice cream maker and calling for a boycott of their products. 

One person named Anita said: “Yes you’re right, it’s time to take to the streets.”

“To protest against people stopping these flights, to protest against people aiding and abetting human traffickers, to protest against people putting Britain’s own at the bottom of the pile with no thought of their safety ect”

Xavier said: “You do ice cream. Not politics”

A comment from John read: “We have a very well established asylum system thank you. Whereas these illegals are trying to bypass this system. How is this fair to genuine asylum seekers. The sooner these illegal immigrants are shipped off to Rwanda the better.”

With Ben and Jerry’s ice cream being a private company, they can say what they want. It is up to the general public of the UK if they support their rhetoric by buying their ice cream. As the old saying goes, if you go woke, you go broke.

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