Might have been the plan all along

November 22, 2012 7 Comments
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When I read headlines about the failure of the UK Borders Agency, I often wonder whether it actually achieved a task it was set out to do by the previous administration, rather than what it was supposed to do as written on the tin.

Telegraph.

The UK Border Agency made virtually no effort to trace more than 120,000 asylum seekers and migrants, a damning report will say today.
The agency incorrectly reassured MPs that “extensive checks” were regularly being carried out, John Vine, the independent chief inspector of borders and immigration, said.
Because the agency said it could not find the individuals, it was able to move the cases into an archive and therefore clear its backlog before a deadline last year. The failures have led to asylum seekers and migrants who would otherwise have faced removal from the country gaining rights to remain in the UK, Mr Vine said.
Some 37,500 applicants whose cases were effectively written off as there was no apparent trace of them are now expected to be located after a review.
The agency was so overwhelmed with work that at one point more than 150 boxes of post, including letters from applicants, MPs and their legal representatives, simply lay unopened in a room in Liverpool, the report found.
Keith Vaz, chairman of the home affairs select committee, which was given misleading information by the agency’s then-acting chief executive, Jonathan Sedgwick, said it was a “devastating” report which showed the agency was “in danger of overseeing an effective amnesty” for asylum seekers.

I do just wonder who wasn’t doing their job, I suspect that it was a culture of failure or laziness, no proof of this other than the fact that the Unions (specifically the PCS) are known to have direct links to the Socialist Party (England and Wales) the new name for what was once called Militant tendency.

And as it always was the idea that somehow or other British culture could be changed by mass immigration into the sort of society that would welcome socialism (and to rub the right wings nose in multiculturalism) one could always assume that allowing UKBA to fail from within was part of the plan.

As it is, we don’t have a clue where the illegals went, if we find them they’ll use human rights to claim asylum due to now having families here (right to a family life anyone?)

Perhaps it is just a suspicion on my part, but it does seem awfully convenient knowing what we dio know about socialist intentions for our country.

7 Responses to Might have been the plan all along

  1. November 22, 2012 at 5:54 pm

    And don’t forget “capitalist intentions”, either. Too many workers chasing too few jobs drives wages down.

    Since Attlee flooded Lancashire with Indians for the cotton masters, politicians have been taking backhanders – party irrelevant.

    Maybe even before Attlee’s time. Does anyone seriously think East European and German Jews were taken in for altruistic reasons?

    East enders hated them not just because they were foreigners, but because they drove wage rates down too.

    • November 22, 2012 at 6:41 pm

      Many of these are not interested in jobs

  2. Greg Tingey
    November 22, 2012 at 6:36 pm

    “Maybe even before Attlee’s time. Does anyone seriously think East European and German Jews were taken in for altruistic reasons?”

    LYING BOLLOCKS

    They came here, of their own accord, fleeing persecution, usually from the Tsar’s dominions.

    “East enders hated them not just because they were foreigners, but because they drove wage rates down too.”

    MORE LYING BOLLOCKS

    Tell that to the dockers who helped the jews during the battle of Ridley Road, or during dock-strikes in the pre WWI period, by halting debt payments, until better times.

    Do I detect an anti-semite here?
    If so, I don’t feel well.

    • mona
      November 22, 2012 at 9:51 pm

      try The Tap website , dear Greg, try to be brave there is nothing new in anti-semitism or any anti-some race or another

    • David A. Evans
      November 23, 2012 at 5:43 pm

      Not often I agree with you Greg but I’m with you all the way on this.

      The Jews were in general well received in East London.

      DaveE.

  3. mona
    November 22, 2012 at 8:43 pm

    The Tesco research unit knew that the true population of Britain was 90,000,000 two years ago, they should know buy up land for development, blair, camoron (two cheeks of the same arse) want more migrants, african, asian from anywhere, loose your identity as a people you’ve had it, corporate gangsters, planning laws removed build anywhere, give third worlders public housing, get our young on the mortgage rack, hey NWO, thats the way to do it.

  4. Tatty
    November 23, 2012 at 4:16 pm

    the agency said it could not find the individuals, it was able to move the cases into an archive

    As opposed to court for issue of an arrest warrant. Y’know since such are only issued on the basis of “suspicion” of commission of a crime, anyway.

    Not having legal residence in this country is, by definition, an illegal act.

    Not very creative with The Law, are they.

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