Saturday, November 17, 2007


Here's an interesting insight into just how lunatic British immigration policy has become under ten years of the Labour tyranny.

"An illegal immigrant has demanded to be flown home after saying he was fed up with British people - because they are "rude and unfriendly". Mokhtar Tabet, 30 - who has been given a home, food and free travel around London - claims his local council has breached his human rights by moving him to a place he does not like. He was refused asylum in 2004 and but is, unsurprisingly, still here. He said: "The council evicted me from my home in September and moved me to Streatham, which I don't like. "The new place is small, and the kitchen closes at 9pm, so I can't have anything to eat late at night. They have taken away my human rights."

Poor Mokhtar. But it gets worse.

You see the local Council only pays his rent, his rates, and his utility bills. He is also given £32 a week in vouchers from Croydon Council to buy food with while he awaits deportation. And it's not good enough for our angry Algerian.

"Croydon Council only gives me food vouchers, they won't give me cash. I want the money. "I have nothing to buy new clothes with, I have to go to a refugee centre. But if there's not anything nice there, you leave with nothing. "I want the council to give me a bigger flat and money instead of vouchers."

Now it's worth enquiring as to why Mokhtar came to the UK. Turns out he left Algeria in 2002 after being arrested for refusing to give up his home so the army could monitor terrorist activity in his town. He needed to find a country where terrorist activity was not monitored so closely so naturally the UK came to mind so over he came!

This is the state the UK has been reduced to by the feckless immigration policy pursued by our political elite. This Algerian should never have been allowed into the UK for starters and it is an outrage that he has been the recipient of State Welfare, but obviously not enough for his high standards. He should be put on the next plane back to Algeria where no doubt he can obtain the cash and welfare benefits that even the UK cannot provide.
Originally posted on A Tangled Web

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