Arson, Lies, Ingratitude At Napier – An Everyday Tale Of ‘Asylum’ Folk?

We do seem to hear such narratives every day, don’t we?

Sky News is evidently prepared to swallow every unsubstantiated tale of woe they hear from two aliens whom they don’t even identify.


Majid (left) said he still suffered bouts of depression because of his time at Napier

‘Mysterious ‘Majid’ rants outrageously but hides from the camera – with Sky reporter’s connivance


‘Majid’ and ‘Mohammed’ spin weird and wonderful yarns, including a whopper about ‘attempts at suicide’ – all of which, unsurprisingly, have been unsuccessful, merely attention-seeking by spoiled grown-up brats!

‘Mohammed’ says he was scared stiff when fire broke out at Napier Barracks…

…but that fire and other mayhem was the work of ‘asylum’ ingrates!

Nowhere do either of the two free-loaders express ONE single word of gratitude for the hotel rooms…



….and ‘three-squares-a-day’ that they have so far managed to mooch out of unwilling UK tax-payers’ pockets.

Moreover, although it’s surely true that they oozed into Britain somehow without going through the proper legal channels that honest foreigners are obliged to use…



…they have the nerve to whine that ‘we are treated like criminals!’

They claim they need ‘asylum’ but no details about how many countries they passed through, in which they could have claimed that ‘aylum,’ so as to get their greedy snouts into the British public purse?

Sky News is pathetic, exposed by their own utter abject failure to engage in serious investigative journalism.


In a statement from the Home Office, immigration compliance minister Chris Philp said: “Napier has previously accommodated army personnel and it is wrong to say it is not adequate for asylum seekers.

The hapless Tory says not a word about punishment for the trouble-makers who ran amok, not a whisper to reassure the tax-paying public that the arsonists have been identified for deportation, as they clearly deserve.

So Priti Patel hardly comes out of this with any credit either – again unsurprisingly.