ANOTHER hero Gurkha banned from Britain - WE START PHASE 2

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Phase 1:

British officials in Nepal told the wizened old warrior who put his life on the line for King and country: "You have failed to demonstrate that you have strong ties with the UK.

Mon tae fcuk!! :x

What does the Old Boy actually have to do to get his Cupa and a Biccy from the sisters?

Result - ARRSERS plant a size 10 boot up the FCO's jaxxy ;) Mr Pun VC comming to town


Phase 2:

Good cut over at page 135, see Kierans post.

I rather suspect that the patron of the VC and GC Association will be having words about this when she gets to hear of it.

I believe HMQ does a very good 'we are not amused' and wouldn't like to be the civil servant who'll be on the receiving end...
Shagging Disgraceful, our pitiful Government and Country gets worse by the day! lets hope there are some Journies reading this thread who will splash the thoughts of those serving and who have served in Her Majesty's Forces and actually have a lot more respect for Johhny Gurkha than for practically every civvy in our once Great Country!

This is lower than low, *********!
Now then Journo's

You read everything else. Quote this, and make a stink about it.
I'm sitting here fuming after reading that, immigrants can flock in from all over Europe and further afield, but a man who's won the Empire's greatest gallantry award is refused entry....

Disgusting, what can our illustrious Government think of next...
Just what is this country coming to?

Name and shame the scrote(s) who made this shocking, shameful, disloyal and above all truly outrageous decision.

Then nail him or her by the eyelids to this mans dustbin.

They are not worthy of licking this mans toilet clean.
This is beyond belief,

surely the 'govt officials' are aware that he was prepared to lay down his life for King and Country!

What more does a person have to do to prove his loyalty - the simple fact that he served the Crown for many years should be enough, or so you'd think. This decorated warrior should have the red carpet treatment when applying for entry to the Uk, not have the door slammed in his face.

F**kin civil servant jobsworths
That is disgraceful, wrong and hopefully someone out there just has a sh*t sense of humour.

Get the old chap over here - I have no problem with my taxes paying his health care and anything else he can scrounge off the state (enough white trash do it, this chap's earnt it)

It's about time ALL Gurhkas, serving and ex get the proper recognition from our Government and appropriate treatment.
I've also met several serving soldiers, 2 South Africans and a Canadian (I've met lost of others but I'm not sure if they were applying for passports) who could not get a British Passport. All three have been to either Iraq, Afghanistan or both.

But someone who actually wants to come and fight against us and those with absolutely nothing else to offer can simply waltze in, grab the handouts and do as he pleases. Even when we find out they are terrorists we still can't f""k them off! Human Rights Act, not to mention the inept, middle-class, ex-student union-marxist hypocrites that run our country.

Despair!! It makes me want to cry, it really does....
How dare they treat a former soldier and recipient of the VC like this, it's disgraceful!!!, tell him he is welcome to live in my house for the rest of his days and I'd just like to see how many coppers have the balls to try and forcably remove him while I'm there!!. If I knew how to I'd do that number 10 petition thing!. :censored: :x :pissedoff: :pissed: :crash:
Incidently, here is the citation that earned Tulbahadur Pun his Victoria Cross.

This is the man that our government believes had not earned the right to live here........

No. 10119 Rifleman Tullbahadur Pun, 6th Gurkha Rifles, Indian Army.

In Burma on June 23rd, 1944, a Battalion of the 6th Gurkha Rifles was ordered to attack the Railway Bridge at Mogaung. Immediately the attack developed the enemy opened concentrated and sustained cross fire at close range from a position known as the Red House and from a strong bunker position two hundred yards to the left of it.

So intense was this cross fire that both the leading platoons of 'B' Company, one of which was Rifleman Tulbahadur Pun's, were pinned to the ground and the whole of his Section was wiped out with the exception of himself, the Section commander and one other man. The Section commander immediately led the remaining two men in a charge on the Red House but was at once badly wounded. Rifleman Tulbahadur Pun and his remaining companion continued the charge, but the latter too was immediately wounded.

Rifleman Tulbahadur Pun then seized the Bren Gun, and firing from the hip as he went, continued the charge on this heavily bunkered position alone, in the face of the most shattering concentration of automatic fire, directed straight at him. With the dawn coming up behind him, he presented a perfect target to the Japanese. He had to move for thirty yards over open ground, ankle deep in mud, through shell holes and over fallen trees.

Despite these overwhelming odds, he reached the Red House and closed with the Japanese occupations. He killed three and put five more to flight and captured two light machine guns and much ammunition. He then gave accurate supporting fire from the bunker to the remainder of his platoon which enabled them to reach their objective.

His outstanding courage and superb gallantry in the face of odds which meant almost certain death were most inspiring to all ranks and beyond praise.

Ayo Ghurkali!
Outrageous decision by some tool of minor buerocrat... this man deserves full citizenship.

Has a petition on this veteran's behalf has been started?
this country'll never cease to amaze me. just when i think it couldn't fcuk up any more....
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