Friday, 9 March 2007

Backlog of Illegals Cleared

Well i dont know about the rest of you but yesterday i had my ear glued to the radio throughout the day. I eagerly anticipated announcers reporting our ferryports and airports at a complete standstill as hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants with mobile phones exited our land poste haste, under what must rank as one of the hardest hitting government initiatives we have yet seen! How many actually left? That would be none then, Mr Reid? Nil, nada, zilch. I want to know what these boys in the homeoffice are on - maybe some of Cameroons stash? After getting over my shock at finding my country still full of illegals, i thought of a few questions:
1) Were they text in English? If so - we may as well give up now, as even half the bloody "legals" cant speak English after years here.
2)If they were text in a multitude of foreign tongues - how many languages and translators were involved?
3)Were they given phone credit to "pass it on"?
4)Were any that did turn up for deportation sent back into the UK as they didnt have a passport?
5) If we have their phone numbers then they can be traced easily and removed from the country - why havent we done so?

The mind boggles! I also understand that they will no longer be allowed to claim benefits. Excuse me, but for a moment there i thought Reid said "no longer claim benefits" - does the word "illegal" as applied to criminal immigrants mean nothing to our "not fit for purpose" home secretary? How in gods name are we giving money and services to people who are not even here legally! As usual the liberal left bedwetters are wringing their hands and snivelling into their fairtrade hankies that this will cause hardship amongst the illegals, making them destitute and more likely to turn to crime (like that isnt an issue currently?). Its a tough old world out there and in Britain we are full up and fed up! Reid needs to get a grip on reality and then get a grip on these illegals and remove them pronto. That will save the taxpayer (yes - you and i again) countless millions of pounds, would mean some additional work would become available for the indigenous British population AT A DECENT RATE of pay (this "argument", if it can be called one, that the migrants and illegals "do the jobs the british wont" is garbage and morally flawed - it is corporate greed - that is all!).
I am sure the government will roll out further "initiatives" over the coming weeks as we head towards various elections. This type of action does nothing but give ammunition to the chattering classes, making no impact at all in the real world we inhabit.

Post Script: apparently ONE illegal was sighted on a li-lo heading towards France. However when apprehended he claimed (through a taxpayer paid for translator) he had merely got the tide times wrong and would be back again tommorow

Rupert Brooke (1887-1915) - English Poet:

If i should die, think only this of me: That there's some corner of a foreign field that is for ever England. There shall be in that rich earth a richer dust concealed, a dust whom England bore, shaped, made aware, gave once, her flowers to love, her ways to roam, a body of England's, breathing English air, washed by the rivers, blest by suns of home.
And think, this heart, all evil shed away, a pulse in the eternal mind, no less gives somewhere back the thoughts by England given, her sights and sounds, dreams happy as her day, and laughter, learnt of friends,and gentleness, in hearts at peace, under an English heaven".
("The Soldier" - 1914)

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