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  • ross1948 18:30 on April 6, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Disabled deportations, , Guardian sob story,   

    Typical Guardian Bleeding-Heart Bilge! 


    Typical Guardian bleeding-heart bilge, and all the more offensive in the way they frame their report…

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    …of how ‘the Home Office has been criticised‘ but omitting details of who made the criticism! 

    No doubt we could perm any mix of rent-a-mouth legalice…

    Identify This Legalouse, “Scared,” But Heedless Of Migrants’ Many Victims

    ….fat on legal aid payments, and/or ‘rights’ rat-packs (also in receipt of public funds)….

    …or left pressure groups styling themselves as ‘charities!’

    Who knows, who cares?

    This latest whine is about ‘deportation decisions affecting disabled people!

    Disabled Brits are a legitimate concern for British people but disabled aliens are the concern of the countries they belong in.

    If they are being deported, they have shown that they are undesirables.

    Disabled scumbags are no less scumbags by virtue of their disability.

    • fundamentalist Muslim cleric Sheikh Abu Hamza, head of religious and political affairs for the Supporters of Sharia,

    Pig Hamza Convicted, But Snake Cameron Blocked REAL Justice! 

    Remember that filthy savage we wrote about years ago?

    And that same maxim certainly goes for the only such specimen the Guardian offers as an example.

    ‘..Osime Brown, a 22-year-old with autism, from Dudley, who is facing deportation to Jamaica.

    Brown was sentenced in 2018 to five years in prison for the robbery of friend’s mobile phone…

    NB – the Guardian clearly confirms this no-good was found guilty of robbery.

    So why does the Guardian hack then muddle that confirmation to include these words.

    ‘...a crime he denies…’

    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/apr/04/home-office-new-deportation-law-may-discriminate-against-ethnic-minorities

    Has the case been reopened on grounds of jury-tampering, or falsified evidence?

    No?

    

    Then why mention a denial entirely predictable from any guilty robber aware of deportation risks?

    Aw, but it’s SO SAD!

    Brown left Jamaica when he was four and has no family or support there.

    ..

    As any normal Brit might say…

    Who gives a flyin’ FLIP?

    … 

    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/apr/04/home-office-new-deportation-law-may-discriminate-against-ethnic-minorities
     
    • Mack the Knife 20:43 on April 6, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Somebody said that deportation would be a death sentence for this criminal.
      Can we crowdfund his ticket?

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    • Vicki 21:40 on April 6, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      What makes those Guardian and BBC people hate their own country so much!
      They have brains and can read and must know that Britain was a great country but they always run it down and mock all the good things about it.
      It is so hard to take.

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  • ross1948 12:18 on February 16, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Guardian sob story, , UKdeportations   

    Deported Thugs Sob Story – Can Guardian Get Any Worse! 


    Sadly, the Guardian is probably NOT the only weeping willow in the dank UK media swamp to publish a big piece about how those poor, victimised convicted violent criminals, deported last week to Jamaica…

    Rape, manslaughter and Class A drug-dealing?

    UK Judge Jerks Side With Criminal Aliens! 

    …are so very unhappy there.

    BOO HOO BLOODY HOO!

    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/feb/14/jamaicans-deported-by-home-office-go-into-hiding-fearing-for-lives

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    Who gives a tinker’s cuss!

    Deport the rest of them NOW!

     
    • Pamela 17:45 on February 16, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      The Guardian reminds me of how Churchill characterised Russia, a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma? I think I have his words in the wrong order but you know what I mean.
      Do they expect anyone to sympathise with criminals who commit serious crimes in our country and are therefore sent back to where they come from?
      Does anyone sympathise with such people?
      Why would anyone?
      Could these Guardian journalists explain why they themselves obviously do?
      It is completely baffling to me.

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