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  • ross1948 17:15 on June 19, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , electronic tagging,   

    Electronic Tags For Crimmigrant Curs? OK – If Embedded In BIG Collars! 

    What’s required, of course, is to get some real policing, haul the politically correct constabulary…


    …off their knees and have them saturate areas where ‘asylum’ aliens are known to flock.

    Cops usually DO know likely target areas for corralling criminals, make no mistake.

    Apart from being a good idea in itself, having police go after the swine mob-handed is an idea alluring also because of the storm of shrilling…

    …it would provoke from the vilest elements in the land, the pro-crimmigrant media rats, the over-paid legalice…..

    ….and the agitprop ‘charities’ and ‘NGOs’ which we have identified often enough.


    But when the undesirables are tagged, the tags should NOT be attached to some inconspicuous body part, not their wrists or ankles.

    There should be a large distinctive crimmigrant-collar….

    • Petra Malley 22:08 on June 19, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      I would much prefer it if Johnson and Patel displayed just a few grains of responsibility and stood up for Britain against that ECHR.
      However, since that is as probable as my next birthday being my 21st, the tagging is an acceptable short-term measure.
      Your suggested improvement is, if I may say so, delectable.


    • Amanda Adams 00:33 on June 20, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      Love that collar, but why not tattoo them on their foreheads, a great big A, as well.
      Better still, kick them out as any sane government would have done long ago.


  • ross1948 00:01 on January 27, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , electronic tagging, , Stephanie SIlberman   

    How DARE Canadians Say Illegality’s Against The Law? 

    Of course this left-liberal drivel just HAD to have been written by a professor!


    Electronically monitoring migrants treats them like criminals

     Leftist academics are not often noted for basic humour, never mind self-deprecation, but this strange woman, Stephanie Silverman ...


    an ‘Adjunct Professor’ at the University of Toronto – checking her out, we learn that her sociolegal research on immigration enforcement focuses mainly on detention practices in Canada, the US, and the UK –

    …might be interpreted as deploying a rare bit of self-mockery, because we are initially shown clear photographic evidence of migrant illegality, a big picture ==

    Hasil gambar untuk somali migrants manitoba railroad tracks

    ‘migrants from Somalia cross into Canada from the United States by walking down a train track towards Emerson, Manitoba in February 2017.

    Honest migrants arrive at border check-points, with passports and visas, etc., as I did, even though not a migrant, at Niagara, the last time I crossed from the USA to the Dominion of Canada.

    So these Somalis, scenting Turdo’s Trough, were not in any sense ‘refugees…’



    ….just crimmigrants keen to stick their snouts into Canadian tax-payers pockets.

    She’s upset that some of the few sensible people in Canadian law enforcement want to tag that sort of swine.

    Of course nobody’s proposing such treatment for honest migrants, those who have waited in the long queues for approval as legal immigrants.



    In times past, they were welcomed by Canadian leaders, but these days?

    Justin wants to welcome blood-stained jihadists from the ISIS rape-gang! Plus the sort of Somali crimmigrants caught on camera, sneaking in along the tracks.

     What’s being mooted is a way of keeping track of those who delight Justin Turdo, not decent migrants.

    And Little Steph is horrified.

    …Canada is a “destination state,” and most migrants who have made the long journey here would prefer to live openly and co-operatively with authorities and their communities.




    Like, uh, Steph, who gives a tinker’s cuss what these arrogant illegal aliens ‘PREFER?’ 

    Most normal Canadians – those who don’t lurk in ‘intellectual’ isolation on campuses – would ‘prefer,’ surely, that they be kicked back across the border they violated at dead of night.

    Or at least lock ’em up til deportation can be organised.  But our pinko prof is not having any of that!



    …this program is a step backwards as an alternative to the inhumane practice of detaining migrants, sometimes in provincial jails.


    Throw money at the uninvited intruders. Steph’s best alternative is quality support and services to migrants based on their individual needs…

    It gets worse when she tires to pretend she cares about the tax-payer, when she expresses her abhorrence of  immigration detention or coercive monitoring practices.

    Such “case management” techniques even lead to increased rates of voluntary deportation, a costly problem for Canada where most deportees are “forced to leave with escorts or (have their transportation costs paid by the government…”

    Use RCAF transports, load them on in batches, and despatch them with gun-toting reliables! Give the crew and the guard a week’s leave somewhere nice on the way back!

    Money well spent!

    Let’s be realistic. She doesn’t care about wasting public money – she whines on about how tagging will criminalize, stigmatize and alienate migrants…

    Heck, they are illegal – self-criminalised!

     And if the aliens are that alienated, then they can make their way back to the alien lands they belong in!

    But not in her view – she even expands on her hand-out plans,  demanding – release…with free access to high-quality legal counsel and social welfare services for a financial cost that is much lower than imprisonment.


    I keep reading about homeless vets and old folks, and LOTS of REAL Canadians who are facing REAL troubles and THAT’S where tax dollars should be directed.



    Put her best alternative to a referendum, alongside options like electronic tags, detention in jail and/or deportation…

    …then let democracy decide!

  • ross1948 12:08 on September 24, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: electronic tagging, , , , semi-closed detention   

    Arrogant Illegals ‘May Not Be Ready’ To Leave Europe! 

    Last of the summer wine? Gorgeous sunshine, as I prepare to head across Jakarta to have a few cold ones with a former colleague who’s moving house.

    Nice day yesterday, warteg for an arvo meal, delighted to see my fave waitress has returned from her kampung near Tegal, in Central Java, after a year. She was the one who got me to start English classes in my free time for her and her colleagues.

    • warteg
    • After she left, the others dropped out, but Lia is keen, so maybe she can persuade the new gals to form a fresh study group. They have no money so can’t pay, but they are a cheery bunch, so it’s always fun.

    But no such heartening news from Europe.

    If you want to throw up today, just read this extract from an EUObserver report on how crimmigrants proven even by the EUSSR’s own lax standards to have no legitimate grounds whatsoever to be in the civilised world ‘may not be ready to take up assisted voluntary returns…’


    • insanityfair
    • ==========
    • What a crock! These illegal aliens should not be ‘assisted.’ They should be seized, incarcerated in dire conditions, so their lives are made so unpleasant that they’ll beg to go back where they came from!  

    And no cushy plane-rides home. Container ships, a bargain to hire for mass deportations, no fun below decks for weeks…


    • a22ee-snoutsintrough


    …and how much money would be saved in terms of the largesse the swine devour while sleazing around Europe’s welfare troughs for months – years, rather?

    ‘Unless they see they will be returned anyway,” says a Brussels document, they won’t get the hell out!

    Right. So lock them up, administer a flogging or two, put them on bread and water?

    Oh, no…whatever would the robed clowns in Strasbourg say!


    • Empty Threats, But Cameron Will Cower From Crim-Loving Court
    • ==================
    • Instead, the EurocRats simper, ‘if no other solution is found, “returns must be enforced” with “electronic surveillance” and “semi-closed facilities” as alternative measures to just locking people up.’    https://euobserver.com/migration/130161

    Electronic surveillance? So they still roam freely, savouring the joys of Europe?


    out with them


     Semi-closed facilities?  What good is a semi-closed facility?

    Oh, it might upset the parasites if they can’t get out for some fresh air when they feel like it!

    What the heck is wrong with just locking people up? After all, again even by the current rules, rejected asylum seekers can already be detained for up to 18 months. 

    But how many of the HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of lying undesirables are already detained?

    How many have been kicked out?

    Approximately 425,000 people were issued with a return decision in 2013 but only around 167,000 left the EU, according to the EU’s statistical office Eurostat.

    • Nick The Knife 05:48 on September 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I was watching them on tv today, and I think you are not far wrong on this, they are mostly military age, men, no dependents, and dead right they’re aggressive.
      Hungary’s the example everyone should follow, but with one improvement, guns blazing.
      The Croatian ambassador was on BBC a few hours ago saying ‘they cannot be stopped.’
      News for him, that’s why countries have armies, so they can stop invasions. His Croatiian forces last week just folded rather than fight, what a sorry lot..


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