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Tuesday, 27 April 2010

Britain Worlds Dustbin & laughing Stock?

Nigerians in the Home Office and Pakistanis in the Foreign Office: No Wonder Britain Is the World’s Laughing Stock

April 27, 2010 - By BNP News
Nigerian fraudsters work in the Home Office handing out fake passports, and Pakistanis work in the Foreign Office distributing memos which insult the pope — no wonder Britain is the world’s laughing stock.
The recent arrest of Nigerian passport holder Bridget Idigbe at her place of work at Lunar House, Croydon, was the third conviction in a year for similar offences of a member of staff at the immigration centre.
Ms Idigbe sold passports and travel documents to illegal immigrants after being given the power to grant applications and stamp passports or immigration documents. She was jailed for six years.
The Nigerian national, who was jailed for six years, had worked in the department since 1990.
Her conviction brings to at least 14 the number of Lunar House staff convicted of immigration fraud over the past two-and-a half years. All of those arrested have been immigrants themselves, some of them illegally resident in Britain.
For example, Jahangir Alam was jailed for 14 months in June 2008 for arranging indefinite leave to remain for his brother.
Aisha Ajia was sentenced to three years and six months after a jury delivered a guilty verdict in April 2008 of 11 counts of misconduct.
Nigerian John-Ayo was jailed for nine years in February 2008 for selling 207 travel documents for illegal immigrants to use.
It comes as no surprise then, to learn that what the media call “British Pakistani” Anjoum Noorani was the leader of the Foreign Office’s Papal Visit Team which drew up a document mocking the upcoming papal visit.
According to reports, Mr Noorani has been moved to “other duties” after he gave authorisation for the memo to be sent to Downing Street and three Whitehall departments.
It would not even be possible to conceptualise British people working in the Pakistani Department of Foreign Affairs, or Yorkshiremen running the Nigerian Department of Internal Affairs and issuing permits for other people to enter Nigeria.
Yet this is precisely what is happening in Britain today, courtesy of decades of insane immigration policies pursued by both Tory and Labour parties.
The British National Party is the only political party which demands an end to this madness and a restoration to First World standards and norms in our nation’s civil service — before we are dragged completely down to the level of the Third World.
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