Does anyone need convincing that the UK immigration ‘system’ is a scandal which would be comic if the consequences were not so tragic? Scarcely a day goes by without a report which highlights how ineffective our control over our borders and who lives in our country is. The ConDem government have made noises over immigration, but the truth is that they have lost control.
Only the British National Party
Can Put it Right!
Let me tell you about some of the latest reports to cross my desk.
Rhomaine Miyando Mohan abused the laws of our country. He was deported in 2006 for overstaying a one-month visitor’s visa by six years. He conned his way back into Britain on a fake passport. Then he was jailed twice for a series of crimes including cocaine possession.
He has appealed against deportation five times in seven years in what Senior Immigration Judge Waumsley described as a ‘contemptuous disregard for British immigration law’.
Recently the decision was taken to deport him again. Yet he has conned his way in before and may do so again. What a joke at our expense.
Jonathan Bartley Stables, an American, originally won leave to stay in Britain on the grounds of having a five-year relationship with his gay partner.
Two years ago he was jailed for five years after admitting five charges of fraud. Described by the trial judge as ‘a persistent, accomplished and practised fraudster’, he was listed for deportation.
But, on appeal, another judge ruled that Stables — under Article 8 of the Human Rights Act (which demands a respect for family life and privacy) — had a right to stay with his partner.
According to the judge, this right outweighed any public interest in stopping crime by foreigners in Britain.
Raja Mohammed Khan, of Rotherham, South Yorkshire, also used Article 8 to overturn the Home Office’s attempt to deport him, after he killed a man in a car crash while high on heroin.
Because his second child, a son, has a British passport through his mother, Khan won his appeal not to be deported on the grounds of his human rights to a family life.
Rohan Cecil William Winfield came to Britain from Barbados 13 years ago as a visitor.
He overstayed his visa and went on to marry a British woman with whom he had three children. He then had an affair with a Spanish girl in London who bore him a baby daughter.
Later, he raped the Spaniard and was jailed for three years for the attack and ordered to be deported after his release from prison.
But, in July, a judge ruled that Winfield should be allowed to remain in Britain because his removal would ‘violate his human rights and those of his family’ — under Article 8 of the Human Rights Act.
Time to take action
Perhaps you can understand why these cases make me so angry? Don’t you feel the same? Foreign criminals are allowed to abuse human rights claims to stay in this county. Imagine how their victims feel. The young Spanish girl who was raped. The family of the man mown down by an immigrant high on heroin. Who speaks out for their human rights?
I can tell you that only the British National Party speaks out for these victims. They are at the centre of my thoughts. That’s one of the reasons I keep fighting and why we so desperately need the British National Party. I can’t win the battle on my own. I need your help. The activists on the streets need your help.
There are simple ways to help spread the truth and wake up the British people to what is happening to our beloved country. Spread this message on social networks, and consider giving a donation, whatever you can afford to help fund our campaigns.
Think about the victims of these criminal immigrants. Think about the system that allows them to stay in our country. Then resolve to do something to make a difference. Don’t just get angry – get even.
I know that you feel as outraged as I do when reading these stories, but anger is not enough. We need to act to prevent our country being abused. Please call 0844 809 4581, or donate online and fund the fightback. You give us the strength to carry on exposing the immigrant criminals and the crazy system that protects them.
Nick Griffin MEP
British National Party Leader
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