Britain to send an extra £100Million to Pakistan

Theresa May has decided to send an extra £100Million in foreign aid to Pakistan while it spends its own money on its nuclear weapon and space programmes.

The news comes as Pakistan announces a massive increase in military spending.

To add insult to injury, Britain herself has no space programme and instead takes part in a collective venture with other EU states.

Breitbart News, in its article published on 5th January 2017, reported that:

“Figures from the Department for International Development (DfID) show Britain will give more than £440 million to projects in 2016/17, an increase of £105 million from the £336 million given in 2015/16.

“This comes despite Pakistan announcing a massive military spending plan, putting an extra £654 million into its defence budget, an increase 11 per cent to £6.7 billion.

“The country also has a separately-funded nuclear weapons programme, while its space programme, which has successfully launched a satellite, has a budget of around £19.5 million per year.”

Last year, the BNP reported that successive governments in Britain continue to send £11Billion+ of British taxpayers’ money abroad as ‘foreign aid’ to twenty of the most corrupt countries in the world.

The National Audit Office justified BNP objections to the scandal by confirming that there was “little evidence that the money was being spent effectively.”

“It’s yet another slap in the face to hard-pressed Brits struggling to make ends meet.”

BNP Chairman Adam Walker told reporters.

“The Department of International Development claims the money will help combat poverty and terrorism in Pakistan, while on the other hand Theresa May continues to allow hundreds of thousands of Muslims into Britain, many of who have travelled across two continents and countless countries as bogus asylum seekers to abuse Soft Touch Britain.

“Theresa May is having it both ways at the expense of the British people.”

The BNP is demanding a stop to all foreign aid until the 1.7million children living in severe poverty in Britain can be looked after, the thousands of pensioners facing freezing to death each winter in their own homes can afford their energy bill, and our NHS is funded and able to function properly.



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