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Cross Channel Migrant Issue

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Seems some of these poor starving "Asylum seekers" have got bigger ideas ...


snip "Police are dealing with what’s being called an ‘ongoing incident’ on
board a ship off the coast of the Isle of Wight. Local media are reporting there has been an attempted hijacking of a crude oil tanker. It’s being reported that there are a small number of stowaways on board the Nave Andromeda"


Hmm.. I wonder if they found out its destination was Paraguay?
 

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Seems some of these poor starving "Asylum seekers" have got bigger ideas ...


snip "Police are dealing with what’s being called an ‘ongoing incident’ on
board a ship off the coast of the Isle of Wight. Local media are reporting there has been an attempted hijacking of a crude oil tanker. It’s being reported that there are a small number of stowaways on board the Nave Andromeda"


Hmm.. I wonder if they found out its destination was Paraguay?
Or worse still, the Isle of Wight.
 
Seems some of these poor starving "Asylum seekers" have got bigger ideas ...


snip "Police are dealing with what’s being called an ‘ongoing incident’ on
board a ship off the coast of the Isle of Wight. Local media are reporting there has been an attempted hijacking of a crude oil tanker. It’s being reported that there are a small number of stowaways on board the Nave Andromeda"


Hmm.. I wonder if they found out its destination was Paraguay?

Isn't Paraguay landlocked?.
 
More on the activist liars, sorry lawyers writing to the Graunidid to complain about criticism being levelled at them from the government,


There's also coverage in the Daily Unmentionable that's worth a look.
 
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Johnson and Patel are baiting lawyers to distract from the real threat to our freedoms

Yet another Guardian opinion piece massively undermined by some of their comments.

"The lawyer’s job, indeed duty, is to test the current one to its limits on behalf of a client"

"Yes and No. I recall visiting a central London law firm for standard advice regarding a redundancy payment in a fairly straight forward case only to find the lawyer glancing at my un-ringed left hand and announcing "I'd like you to explore the discriminatory angle". Here's the thing I'm not gay and I hadn't been discriminated against. The redundancy was the result of a closure. I gave up on the lawyers there and then and handled my own negotiations. But I remember that experience whenever I hear about people taking their employers to the cleaners for previously unmentioned 'discrimination' years ago, or the myriad of accusations that pop up in other areas.

So is it possible that the same legal firms which encourage employees to make bogus or ill foundered claims about their employers also encourage immigrants to make similarly ill foundered claims to support their applications to stay? Of course it is.

Everyone has a right to be fairly represented, but not to be represented by lawyers who make a mockery of the law, exploiting loopholes and encouraging plaintiffs to play fast and loose with the truth for advantage, and occasionally breaking the law themselves. In one UK case I was advised by my lawyer to assume the other side had hacked my phone. When I expressed shock and amazement, he basically indicated 'Well that's what they would do in their situation'. This is the reality.

And suffice to say it's yet another problem that the UK seems to have imported from the US, where the greed and maleficence of lawyers is legendary. Sometimes I dread the thought of a trade deal with the US, for the can of worms it will open. I have also had legal dealings in Northern Europe and found their lawyers abide by the spirit as well as the letter of the law. It's quite refreshing. I prefer it that way, and so should everyone. It’s all part of fighting corruption which comes in many forms.

I appreciate this is separate from the specific issue of judicial review but if the government is seeking reform, it should set about making a once in a generation reform of the whole broken system, rather than simply tinkering with the bits it finds most disobliging."


"Some lawyers' approach to immigration law sometimes seems very "American" to say the least. The common tactic of waiting for a deportee to be en route to his or her flight and then filing yet another last minute claim which requires yet another hearing, does seem to this "outsider" to be designed more to generate fees than achieve any actual effecT"
 
All that aside, the migrant issue with resulting lack of anything close to a robust response by HMG, the absolute moon howling debacle that has been BLM and the inevitable decline towards a SJW communist state has left me feeling that it's too late to do anything about it. The country is lost. I honestly don't think that there's anything that can reverse this.

I've been working on the other half trying to convince her that this place is going to be an absolute hell hole for our kids to grow up in, think Australia might be the place to be. We're both skilled workers so should be able to move there legally.

Don't go just yet, I believe the tide is turning and it is because many here feel the same way you do.

The 'Long March' ( Maoist bullshit ) through the Establishment has seen its best days and there is now a kickback happening.
Arguably, its first milestone was Brexit.
 
Don't go just yet, I believe the tide is turning and it is because many here feel the same way you do.

The 'Long March' ( Maoist bullshit ) through the Establishment has seen its best days and there is now a kickback happening.
Arguably, its first milestone was Brexit.

We shall see, there has to be something major for that to happen. The US will be a socialist country soon under the leadership of Harris, what they do we tend to follow.
 
I'd pay good money to live there. Tart it up, good fishing and spearfishing, no one bothers you and miles of open water to play with rifles.

You'd still get the Urbex lot coming over in ribs and kayaks to post photos and videos on social media
 
We shall see, there has to be something major for that to happen. The US will be a socialist country soon under the leadership of Harris, what they do we tend to follow.

My gut feeling is Trump will be returned again - for the very same reasons we are talking about- and by the very same people who put him there last time. Plus some.

He is quite possibly the most bizarre public speaker in office I have ever heard. But what he actually does is better for America than what eg Hillary would have done.
 
My gut feeling is Trump will be returned again - for the very same reasons we are talking about- and by the very same people who put him there last time. Plus some.

He is quite possibly the most bizarre public speaker in office I have ever heard. But what he actually does is better for America than what eg Hillary would have done.
I agree, he doesn't play by the establishments rules, which is exactly what's needed to get the Western world out of the hole it's in. However, I can't see him getting a second term, the liberals just hate him too much. They seem to vote out of emotion rather than thinking.

Interestingly LBC this morning was "Which one would you vote for" The overwhelming majority said Trump, then some daft Trollip phones in, she would vote for Biden because she thinks Trump is a nasty man....

Sorry love, but we need nasty people in charge!
 
Johnson and Patel are baiting lawyers to distract from the real threat to our freedoms

Yet another Guardian opinion piece massively undermined by some of their comments.

"The lawyer’s job, indeed duty, is to test the current one to its limits on behalf of a client"

"Yes and No. I recall visiting a central London law firm for standard advice regarding a redundancy payment in a fairly straight forward case only to find the lawyer glancing at my un-ringed left hand and announcing "I'd like you to explore the discriminatory angle". Here's the thing I'm not gay and I hadn't been discriminated against. The redundancy was the result of a closure. I gave up on the lawyers there and then and handled my own negotiations. But I remember that experience whenever I hear about people taking their employers to the cleaners for previously unmentioned 'discrimination' years ago, or the myriad of accusations that pop up in other areas.

So is it possible that the same legal firms which encourage employees to make bogus or ill foundered claims about their employers also encourage immigrants to make similarly ill foundered claims to support their applications to stay? Of course it is.

Everyone has a right to be fairly represented, but not to be represented by lawyers who make a mockery of the law, exploiting loopholes and encouraging plaintiffs to play fast and loose with the truth for advantage, and occasionally breaking the law themselves. In one UK case I was advised by my lawyer to assume the other side had hacked my phone. When I expressed shock and amazement, he basically indicated 'Well that's what they would do in their situation'. This is the reality.

And suffice to say it's yet another problem that the UK seems to have imported from the US, where the greed and maleficence of lawyers is legendary. Sometimes I dread the thought of a trade deal with the US, for the can of worms it will open. I have also had legal dealings in Northern Europe and found their lawyers abide by the spirit as well as the letter of the law. It's quite refreshing. I prefer it that way, and so should everyone. It’s all part of fighting corruption which comes in many forms.

I appreciate this is separate from the specific issue of judicial review but if the government is seeking reform, it should set about making a once in a generation reform of the whole broken system, rather than simply tinkering with the bits it finds most disobliging."


"Some lawyers' approach to immigration law sometimes seems very "American" to say the least. The common tactic of waiting for a deportee to be en route to his or her flight and then filing yet another last minute claim which requires yet another hearing, does seem to this "outsider" to be designed more to generate fees than achieve any actual effecT"

When I was starting out in the law, the wise old owls said that allowing advertising would be the slippery slope. They have been proven completely correct.

It started with ambulance chasing; now there is the sort of behaviour you describe. Once, it was a byword for honour, being a member of that profession.
Regretfully, while there are still a number of decent citizens in there, solicitors – I can’t speak for barristers in the same way – have lost the status they previously held.
 
Did you miss the bit about rifles and spearfishing?

Some of them are reasonably good at sneaking around undetected, it normally helps going places you're not supposed to be

Saying that they don't normally expect to be shot at either
 
I'd pay good money to live there. Tart it up, good fishing and spearfishing, no one bothers you and miles of open water to play with rifles.

Not quite.



Green triangles are what you're looking at in the pictures. To make life that little bit more unpleasant one of your neighbours is the SS Richard Montgomery. there's also a lot of traffic as you're right in the middle of the Thames estuary.
 
Some of them are reasonably good at sneaking around undetected, it normally helps going places you're not supposed to be

Saying that they don't normally expect to be shot at either

Ja, difficult to sneak up undetected unless they're in a submarine I should think.
 
Not quite.



Green triangles are what you're looking at in the pictures. To make life that little bit more unpleasant one of your neighbours is the SS Richard Montgomery. there's also a lot of traffic as you're right in the middle of the Thames estuary.

Definitely going to need the rifle then.
 

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