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Tuesday, 29 June 2010

Asylum” Plague Which Is Sucking the Lifeblood from The UK

The “Asylum” Plague Which Is Sucking the Lifeblood from Our Nation

The evil curse of “asylum” and mass immigration propagated by decades of Tory/Labour rule has provoked a plague of swindlers, thieves, crooks and vermin from across the globe to descend on Britain and suck the lifeblood from our nation.
The situation has become so out-of-hand and rampant that even the controlled media is struggling to ignore the parasites descending on Britain. A series of unrelated articles published over the last three days illustrates the point:
Richard KombeRichard Kombe(1) 27th June 2010: Bogus asylum seeker Richard Kombe, 49, set up a crooked aid agency and used fake IDs and passports to get more cash off councils.
Kent Police found he stole more than £270,000 over four years.
At Maidstone Crown Court, Judge James O’Mahony jailed Kombe for four years on nine counts of fraud. He described the Congo-born thief as being “utterly hypocritical”.
(2) 27 June 2010: Jailed for three years: Iraqi asylum seeker Mahira Rustam Al-Azawi used a series of false identities to milk Britain's lax benefit system over eight years.
An asylum seeker bought three homes and sent her son to a fee-paying school by illegally claiming more than £700,000 in benefits, a court heard.
Mahira Rustam Al-AzawiMahira Rustam Al-AzawiMahira Rustam Al-Azawi, 49, used a series of false identities to milk Britain's lax benefit system over eight years.
Although she never worked, she was able to purchase three properties — two of which she rented out — worth in excess of £1 million.
The court heard that Al-Azawi first came to Britain as a student, and went back to Iraq once she graduated. She later returned to Britain to claim asylum, and was given income support and housed by Lambeth council in south London.
She travelled to Ireland for a brief period and claimed asylum under a different name, and was also given Irish nationality, as was her son.
(3) 26 June 2010: Asylum seeker Ahmed Warfa sexually assaulted two women.
The 36-year-old, of Stamer Street, Stoke, approached his first victim as she waited for her friend outside Wetherspoons in Hanley on the evening of November 5 last year.
Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court was told yesterday that Warfa began rubbing the top of her arms and she told him to go away. She then decided to leave. But he pursued her and put his hands on her breasts.
A few hours later he approached another woman, pushed her against a window and placed his hands on her breasts. The woman's boyfriend called the police and followed Warfa until they arrived. Warfa, who came to the UK from Somalia, was arrested. He later spat at a police officer who tried to take a swab from his mouth.
He pleaded guilty to two charges of sexual assault and common assault.
Judge Robert Trevor-Jones handed Warfa a community order with 12 months' supervision, 200 hours unpaid work and ordered him to sign the sex offenders' register for five years.
(4) 25 June 2010: Stowaways hiding in the back of a lorry headed for Harrogate have been captured by border officials at Calais.
Five Afghan men were caught by border police crouched in the back of the truck amidst a lorry-load of electric fans.
A body-detection dog had led officers to a Spanish registered freight vehicle, driven by a Spanish driver, at around 8.45 am on June 17.
The five men were passed back to the French authorities, and the truck allowed to continue on its way, although the driver and haulier may now be liable to a fine.
Samuel AlongeSamuel Alonge(5) 25 June 2010: A Nigerian man arrested at his wedding rehearsal is the latest person jailed from a UK Border Agency investigation into sham marriages in Northampton.
Samuel Alonge, aged 39, was arrested while preparing to get married at the Holy Sepulchre in April to his Dutch 'bride'.
Northampton Crown Court heard how he provided a forged Nigerian passport, which held a false visa to remain in the UK, along with a fake gas bill for a flat in Northampton House, Wellington Street, along with a forged tenancy agreement.
The sham marriage to an EU national would have granted him the right to stay on the UK, work, claiming benefits and use the NHS.
Alonge, who overstayed his visa after arriving in the UK in the mid-1990s, was sentenced to 14 months after pleading guilty to immigration offences.
Alonge's conviction brings the total sentences for the 13 people arrested and convicted during the UK Border Agency's Operation Sandford to 20 years.
Komba CisseKomba Cisse(6) 26 June 2010: An illegal immigrant peddled cannabis and "minded" thousands of pounds worth of crack cocaine for his landlord.
Komba Cisse came to the UK from Nigeria in November. He was told he could stay in a house in Beresford Street, Shelton, on the condition he worked for the man who let him stay there.
Prosecutor Scott Coughtrie told Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court that police went to the house on 31 March to make inquiries as to the immigration status of people in the property.
They found a total of 87.5 grams of crack cocaine, potentially worth £8,750, and 21.455 grams of cannabis with a street value of £220. Police also seized £1,538 cash.
(7) 25 June 2010: A group of illegal immigrants were found in a lorry at the Port of Dover suffering from exhaustion and dehydration.
The 17 men were discovered at the Eastern Docks after banging was heard coming from the back of the vehicle and it was stopped.
One of the men was taken to the William Harvey Hospital in Ashford, while the other 16 were treated at the scene by ambulance staff and are currently with officers from the UK Border Agency.
The Polish driver of the articulated lorry, which arrived in the UK by ferry from France, has been arrested and is now in police custody.
- 25 June 2010: Four illegal Vietnamese immigrants have been jailed for a total of nearly nine years for running a ring of cannabis farms in the Midlands — including one on ‘Millionaires’ Row.’
Tung Le Nguyen, 30, of no fixed abode, was sent to prison for 30 months after he pleaded guilty earlier this month to conspiracy to produce cannabis.
Huang Hoang, 37, also of no fixed abode, received a two-year jail term after her guilty plea to the same charge plus one of producing the drug.
Linh Aka Nguyen, 48, and Son Van Nguyen, 37, both of no fixed abode, were jailed for two years each after both men pleaded guilty to cultivation of cannabis.
Cops discovered the ring after they saw Tung Le Nguyen acting suspiciously on the B&Q car park in Axletree Way, Wednesbury, in February.
He was found with a set of keys to one drugs factory, nearly £3,000 in cash and a supply of food for others staying at a “safe house”, Sandringham House, Gorway Road, Walsall.
When police raided the premises they found up to 13 Vietnamese people there and £35,000 cash. One of the people was Huang Hoang.
Tung Le Nguyen was arrested at a house in Birmingham Road, Walsall where 400 cannabis plants were found. A car parked outside contained papers which led to three other cannabis factories being raided.
Three defence barristers said the quartet had come to the UK to raise money for their needy families back home.
These incidents are merely the tip of the iceberg as they are the only ones to have actually made it into the pages of the controlled media.
Make no mistake, Britain is being subjected to an invasion, aided and abetted by successive criminal Tory and Labour regimes who are responsible for creating the system in the first place.