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Immigration Laws? Bah.

Posted by Exile on August 21, 2009

I can’t help but wonder what the hell is wrong with the present laws and rules we have concerning those people who come to this land seeking asylum. We spend a lot of time and money supporting this bureaucratic industry that has become the Refugee Council which has, as it’s sole purpose, to decide who gets in and who doesn’t. Most that come here, get in. The EU has seen to that. Some, however, after an extensive, exhausting and often elongated period of discovery and investigation, don’t. They are deemed not to be in need of asylum. They may appeal. They usually always do. Some win the appeal. Others don’t. This process can go on and on, as long as there is a wide mouthed lawyer willing to take the case, all the way to the highest courts in the land. My taxes finance it. Lawyers get rich on it. I pay the bill along with everyone else who actually works in this land.

Finally for some, the options are exhausted. They are refused asylum. After years of heaving to and fro, hours of legal process, hearings and what not, they are deemed unworthy. Even though everyone had their day in court.

What happens then? Well, nothing. They refuse to leave and so I get to pay the bill again. They are enclosed in what we laughingly call refugee camps but which are really a form of open prison where one can come and go as one pleases and are looked after by the state. I’m still paying the bill.

Finally, after a long and often extended period, they are to be sent out of this land.
I get to pay for that too.

Or do they?

No. Not all of them.

Some disappear into the surrounding environment. We call it going underground. Illegal entry and immigration is what it really is. Some occupy churches and seek religious asylum or whatever it may be called. We don’t like raiding churches for some reason and priests don’t seem to mind their churches being occupied. Some even encourage it. I call it harbouring illegal immigrants, which is, by the way, illegal here in Denmark.

This happened recently. 35 Iraqis, all denied asylum have been occupying a church in Copenhagen. Finally, after about six weeks of asking nicely and being refused, the police went in and took them.

Huge uproar from the left. Huge protests from the anarchist youth. Big fight outside the church, started by same anarchist left wing youth. More bloody lawyers, more bloody inquests and demands for a further trial by the refugee council for each of the 35 illegals. Guess who pays that bill?
The left, apparently, can’t accept the findings of our legal system or have no respect for the law.

A delegation from Iraq came to formally identify the said 35 Iraqis. 34 are now positively identified as being fit for return to that country.

Some are still demanding more time to, once again, go through the vetting process for all of them, individually.

I say no. This has to stop.

We are doing it wrong. This shouldn’t go on for years. Once finally found unfit for asylum, these people should be placed under arrest the same day, securely imprisoned and then deported back to wherever they came from at the earliest convenience. It’s time to stop the pussyfooting around at my expense.

They had their chance. They had all the available help and support they could have needed. They were heard, examined, checked and investigated at huge expense and with all the help that could be offered and still , it wasn’t enough. Their case just simply didn’t hold water.

Ignoring that and allowing them to stay here is an insult to our laws, legal system and, not least of all, my wallet. Having no right to be here must mean just that.

They have no right to be here.

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Who’s Kidding WHO?

Posted by Exile on August 5, 2009

There have been 800 confirmed deaths in the world related to swine flu as of Tuesday afternoon. But another virus has killed thousands of people since January and is expected to keep killing hundreds of people every week for the rest of the year.

Hmm..? Ebola? Plague? Black Death? No. Just plain old ordinary influenza. So what’s all the fuss about? I figure it this way. The WHO has to justify it’s existence somehow and the annual "new strain of influenza that is going to wipe out humanity" scare is one of them.
In the meantime, worldwide, the annual death toll from the flu (the ordinary, boring, not to be concerned about, flu) is estimated to be between 250,000 and 500,000. The blessed and un-do-without-able-lest-we-all-perish WHO doesn’t seem to be the least bit interested. Which makes one wonder.

Mind you, we have known about ordinary influenza for donkeys years. It came to us naturally. Whereas, in contrast to ordinary flu, it cost billions of dollars to discover swine flu and give it an inappropriate name. The pharmaceutical companies are earning billions of dollars developing vaccines for it too. I guess that’s progress for you. The power of money never ceases to amaze me.

The USA is particularly stricken with the swine flu fever. Not the disease fever, but the “fear of getting it” fever. Some are attempting to placate the trembling masses. From CNN;

Seeking to put the swine flu outbreak in perspective Tuesday, Los Angeles County public health officer Dr. Jonathan Fielding echoed other public officials calling it "cause for concern, but not for alarm."

"Given the size of L.A. County, given the traffic between here and Mexico, it would be very surprising if we didn’t have any cases," Fielding said.

He said the county, where the CDC had confirmed 10 cases of swine flu by Tuesday, sees more than 1,000 flu-related deaths every year.

"So it would also not be surprising if there were deaths with swine flu — even if it had the pattern of seasonal flu," he said. "Thus far, the pattern we see in the United States is very similar to that of seasonal flu — relatively mild to moderate cases."

Didn’t you just know that? I hereby call the panic off. You can all rest easy. Unless you get the real flu. You know, the ordinary, boring, totally not dangerous flu. The cheap and cheerful one. Then you might really be in trouble.

But don’t mention it to the WHO.

Wouldn’t want to be accused of scare mongering. Would you?

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Nigeria Gets it Right

Posted by Exile on August 1, 2009

Not being terribly impressed of late by African governments, I was particularly encouraged by a report published in the Timesonline and equally discouraged by the response by the lefty loudmouths that apparently have little or no regard for the greater good of the people of Nigeria, From the article;

Nigerian security forces claimed victory yesterday over a radical Islamic sect blamed for some of the worst violence to rock the West African country for years after police shot dead its leader.
While police said that he died in a shootout human rights campaigners have alleged that he had been executed without due process and warned of revenge attacks to come.

Good. Summary execution is about the only justice that can be meted out to these taleban imitators who kill, maim and defile an otherwise peaceful population. Once they go the way of oppressive religious madness, they drop all pretence of respect for anyone’s human rights apart from their own. Mohammed Yusuf, leader of the so-called Nigerian Taleban, was killed after he was captured on Thursday night. His organisation, Boko Haram, (School is forbidden) have been dishing out their vile and evil form of Sharia for too long as it is. Where were the human rights bastards while all that was going on? Hiding their heads in their plush New York offices, I daresay. No outrage, no outcry, no human rights for those that Yusuf was killing.

The New York-based Human Rights Watch called for an investigation. “The Nigerian authorities must act immediately to hold to account all those responsible for this unlawful killing and any others associated with the recent violence in northern Nigeria,” Corinne Dufka, its senior West Africa researcher, said.

Why? What possible good could be gained from an inquiry into the summary execution of this madman with a gun and his bunch of equally insane followers? And just who are these Boko Haram assholes?

The militant group led by Yusuf, a militant cleric who professed admiration for Osama bin Laden, has been blamed for days of violent unrest in which hundreds of people died in clashes between his followers and security forces. The authorities collected hundreds of bodies from the streets of Maiduguri, the base of the cleric and his diehard followers, consisting mainly of unemployed university students.

Unemployed University students? How could they possibly support something calling for the destruction of books and schools? Maybe these universities are simple madrassas with a curriculum consisting of the koran and the AK47.

The following footnote from the article says more about Yusuf than I could. 

Yusuf had encouraged his followers to rid themselves of all material wealth while he was chauffeured around in a Mercedes all-terrain vehicle and amassed dozens of vehicles at his compound.

But of course, he was only motivated by his religious beliefs. Obviously. Good riddance to this piece of human excrement. Nigeria has got to be a better place for his demise.

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