Never Mind The Laws, Let Our Feelings* Reign!!!

Ellie Mae O’Hagan demands we ignore the laws, and listen to (what she assumes to be) our hearts instead:

How can a man who would rather die than return to his native country be gaming the system?

Errr…. because blackmail can always be relied upon to work on the soft-hearted (or more accurately, soft-headed)?

Immigration has always been a thorny issue politically, and successive governments have ratcheted up the tensions in order to win easy points from the electorate. Now we seem to be in a position where any public figure who says something in defence of immigrants is accused of failing to understand the concerns of ordinary people, concerns that were preyed upon and magnified by politicians in the first place.

Yes, it’s the dastardly politicians that make us resent the politically-imposed flood of Third World immigration to our shores.

And with former Labour politicians such as Jack Straw confirming the worst by apologising for his own government’s immigration policies, it is likely to become ever more politically difficult for future governments to change existing practices.

But where does that leave people like Muazu?

Hopefully, Ellie, it leaves them in Nigeria.

When can we acknowledge that immigrants and asylum seekers are human beings who deserve some measure of safety – some quality of life?

Well, sure they do. But that should be pursued in their own country, rather than by upping sticks and fleeing somewhere else. How will anything ever change, otherwise?

There has to be some point at which these policies give way to compassion and civility.

Translation: “Let ’em all in!”

* Does not apply to all feelings, of course…

14 comments for “Never Mind The Laws, Let Our Feelings* Reign!!!

  1. Errol
    November 28, 2013 at 10:50 am

    Rather begs the question of just why Ellie hasn’t moved there to improve things.

    Why are we responsible for improving their lives? What about those people without jobs here, who are trapped in poverty? What about those victims of crime because of the attitudes of such immigrants? What happens when we’ve no jobs (now) and we can’t afford homes (now) and we haven’t any money left (now) for welfare to lavish on wasters deciding someone else should pay for their lives? (now)

    As usual, it’s the bleeding heart liberal mindset. No logic, no sense, just tosh.

  2. Derek
    November 28, 2013 at 12:30 pm

    how many times do asylum seekers say that they are in danger in their own country, and then go back there for a holiday

    • Furor Teutonicus
      November 29, 2013 at 9:25 am

      There are a couple of “well known” families here, where ALL are “asylum seekers,” (or where,before our stupid fucking “Government” caved in and gave them passports.)

      At any given time a good three quarters of them are “back home” visiting relatives…… for SEVEN and EIGHT months at a time!

      Especialy those of them who are “requested to assist the police in their enquiries.”

      You don’t have a warrant for them on first sight, forget it, they are OFF!

      This also applies to those still in the “asylum process.” They are allowed so many months per year out of Germany.

      Where do they go? Why of COURSE(!) back to that very place they are seeking asylum FROM!

      To add more comedy, they are also entitled to German dole, even when “back home… SO are their relatives, ie Mothers, ALL of the men they suspect of being their Fathers, Brothers, sisters, Grannys. PLUS, their familys, as dependants, can get their health care paid fopr by German insurance, even when they have NEVER set foot here, and have no intetion to.

      This is LIFE LONG once approved!

      P.S These “well known families” number in the HUNDREDS of members for each!

  3. john in cheshire
    November 28, 2013 at 1:26 pm

    I propose that the mantra for 2014 should be : It’s not my problem.

    • December 3, 2013 at 6:12 pm

      I agree.

  4. November 28, 2013 at 1:42 pm

    “that should be pursued in their own country,”

    I completely agree, but if they absolutely have to leave, why are they crossing half the world to get to the UK from Nigeria?

    They would have to cross at least four countries, half of which are France and Spain. Portugal, Greece, Italy, Austria and Germany are also closer, as are Morrocco, Algeria, Lybia and Egypt, so why the UK?

    Why can these leftie muppets not see the obvious? On exit from Nigeria they may well be asylum seekers. On passing through or skirting round all the countries above they become scroungers.

    • Mudplugger
      November 28, 2013 at 1:55 pm

      The ‘leftie muppets’ can clearly see the obvious – their ‘obvious’ is that this group produces a guaranteed, and breeding, volume of bottom-feeder votes here to maintain the welfare culture and their own party structures.

      Not unlike the Catholic Church, which requires a continuing supply of poor people to swallow its messages (the meek inheriting the earth, it will all be wonderful once you’re dead etc.), to maintain its hold on these wretched folk and to enhance its coffers from their ‘mites’. Hypocrisy all round.

      • November 28, 2013 at 2:13 pm

        True of course 👿

      • Ed P
        November 29, 2013 at 8:03 pm

        A quote lifted from dear Anna Raccoon, “Money is the root of all religion”.

        • December 3, 2013 at 6:11 pm


  5. November 28, 2013 at 4:52 pm

    It amuses me how boggled MPs appear when trying to account for the rise in BNP, UKIP etc votes. It’s never about immigration “really”, it’s just misunderstandings exploited by extremists (not all extremists, of course).

  6. Mark R
    November 29, 2013 at 1:06 am

    “…that should be pursued in their own country, rather than by upping sticks and fleeing somewhere else. How will anything ever change, otherwise?”

    This is one of the crucial points, and one that is rarely made. Spot on.

  7. Uncle Gus
    December 2, 2013 at 1:11 am

    I just assumed the fellow was innocent of any wrongdoing, because the Government were so determined to get rid of him.

    • December 3, 2013 at 6:10 pm


      Sadly, he’s back.

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