No-one is Illegal


29 responses to this post.

  1. This was actually funny as well as deadly serious, what a great way to raise awareness of these issues! I have relatives who dread coming back into the country after going to visit their families and they are not in any way illegal but have every reason to fear customs and the sometimes arbitrary behaviour of officials.


  2. The problem also is that officials seem not to be fully conversant with immigration laws.


  3. Posted by ders on May 29, 2011 at 5:28 pm

    You wouldn’t mind if me and a few friends turn up at your house, let ourselves in and eat your food take your kids things and drink your beer then. FFS


  4. Posted by ders on May 30, 2011 at 12:15 am

    It’s not need, it’s want, it’s good you care, easy target and when your kids ask where did everything go, why is nothing left, why did you give it all away, where did them people go, why did they show you no respect, why didn’t they say thank you, why did you put them before us, why?

    What then.


    • Posted by ders on May 30, 2011 at 12:42 am

      Oh yeah, some of the people coming along need you to change the way you do things, some will bring drugs and guns, oh yeah and some like the females younger, but hey no-ones illegal and if you say they are well that could lead to your arrest, racism.

      We’ll come when we’re ready.


      • I’m not denying that criminal gangs come her and abuse our system. They spoil it for genuine EU workers and should be given the boot. But criminals and sexual deviants are everywhere Ders. We have our very own, home-grown perverts and deviants here.

        Anyway immigrants aren’t the only ones trying to exploit our system. Our own MP’s exploit it. The wealthy here exploit it. British bankers etc. . . It must be a human thing, noting to do with nationality.

    • That’s a bit drastic isn’t it. You should expand your reading material and give up on the Daily Fail and Migrationwatch.


  5. Posted by ders on May 30, 2011 at 12:29 am

    When you country is beset by record levels of unemployment, common sense says that politicians and employers should be putting British born workers first, and ensuring that those born here fill the few vacancies that are available.

    That would make sense, but what has common sense got to do with things these days?

    Despite atrocious unemployment figures published last week, which showed record numbers of unemployed and a non existent recovery, the one glimmer of hope there was that the actual overall number of people in work rose by 210,000.

    New jobs had been created. Surely some good news for the British worker?

    Of course not. Of those 210,000 new jobs, a staggering 173,000 went to workers who were not born in Britain. Less than one in five actually went to someone born within this country.


  6. Posted by ders on May 30, 2011 at 11:04 am

    Most asylum-seekers are not genuine.


  7. Dear Earthpal, your tolerance of internet trolls is true testimony of your compassion and humanity!


  8. Posted by ders on July 7, 2011 at 10:22 pm

    Only things you ignore, facts and real life for many.
    I know you hate taking off the rose tinted glasses, not everyone is as nice as you wish, pretend they are.
    Anyway the comment was for the, lets pretend i’m poor, goo, tight arse. 😉


  9. Posted by ders on July 11, 2011 at 6:01 pm

    Gang rape and paedophillia= media-hysteria? go figure.


  10. Give over Ders. You’re twisting my words.


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