SIC criticised for paving the way for hundreds of Vidlin migrants to enter Shetland

LAXO BORDER CONTROL STATION BRAVO 53B – The Shetland Islands Council has taken a hammering from the Shetland public after allowing hundreds of Vidlin migrants entry into the Mainland of Shetland.

The outcry comes after the SIC built a specific road aimed at helping people make the treacherous journey from Vidlin to Laxo Border Control even easier.

The Laxo border was established to control the flow of Whalsay residents coming to and from Shetland civilization, but has also served as a way to prevent Vidlin residents from polluting Shetland’s delicate genealogical ecosystem.

It is believed that a Vidlin splinter group called the Lunna Hood coordinated with Whalslamic State the recent acts of Cuppa Toyrorism in Whalsay.

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