RAF officer cadet run down by asylum seeker

napier

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#3
There's no reason why a below knee amputation should 'leave his career in ruins'. Get a prosthetic and carry on doing whatever people do in the RAF.
 
#4
I know the fella, as he posts on a motorbike site that I frequent. He's in HC still, as far as I know, and is a top fella.

Shameful episode.
 
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napier said:
There's no reason why a below knee amputation should 'leave his career in ruins'. Get a prosthetic and carry on doing whatever people do in the RAF.
What would Douglas Bader do?
 
#6
I've met a few Iraqi asylum seekers. Everyone one of them was in fact an Iraqi criminal hiding out here, because if they were back in Iraq, they'd probably be killed by an angry mob. By that definition they are seeking asylum, but it's got nothing to do with politics or dissident activity, they are just trying to save their worthless skins. Here they get a slap on the wrist and carrying on their criminal activities forever, and when in court, out comes the large chopped onion and they play the 'woe is me, I'm a troubled persecuted asylum seeker, and I just behave like this because I'm deeply traumatised.'

Excess alcohol too? Not a very good muslim either. He'd be flogged under sharia law.
 
#7
Although you are correct and this fella should be on the first flight back to the Sandpit, you are making an assumption on his religion.

I am, of course, splitting hairs.
 
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walt_of_the_walts said:
I've met a few Iraqi asylum seekers. Everyone one of them was in fact an Iraqi criminal hiding out here, because if they were back in Iraq, they'd probably be killed by an angry mob. By that definition they are seeking asylum, but it's got nothing to do with politics or dissident activity, they are just trying to save their worthless skins. Here they get a slap on the wrist and carrying on their criminal activities forever, and when in court, out comes the large chopped onion and they play the 'woe is me, I'm a troubled persecuted asylum seeker, and I just behave like this because I'm deeply traumatised.'

Excess alcohol too? Not a very good muslim either. He'd be flogged under sharia law.
The fact is Asylum is freedom from persecution NOT prosecution - he should be sent home and face the law in his own shoite country
 

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the_guru said:
Although you are correct and this fella should be on the first flight back to the Sandpit, you are making an assumption on his religion.

I am, of course, splitting hairs.
Not exactly a stab in the dark though was it? Anyway, its moot, as if it was Gehenna for all the tippling Muslims, there wouldn't be much space left :)
 
#10
My deeply cynical copper mate was talking about some of the conversations he has..."Now, I see you left Iran because of persecution. From experience I presume you are claiming either gay, Christian or shagging the wife of the Chief of Police, who, from what I can see, seems to be getting hosed by most of what my dad would have called Persia. Now I'll assume options one and three are mutually exclusive, so which option or pair did you choose?

....I'm also concerned that you said you would certainly be killed if you returned, when in fact in the year following the issue of your new shiny British passport you went back three times. Forgiving chap, the Chief of Police".

...and so on, endlessly.
 
#11
The fact is Asylum is freedom from persecution NOT prosecution - [u said:
he should be sent home and face the law in his own shoite country[/u]
I am out in the Gulf at the moment and you often read in the papers that so and so has been done for embezzlement and has been sentenced to 4 years prison, AND WILL BE DEPORTED AT THE END OF HIS SENTENCE.

Why the hell cannot we do that, if convicted, do the time and out you go.
FFS his case has not been resolved, even more reason to sling him out as if he can phuk up like this before he gets a right to stay, (ie should be on best behaviour.) what the hell is he going to be like after permission is granted.

Yeah Yeah okay I will grow up and smell the roses/coffee or whatever :x

On your rights:- Saudi Aramco.......................
You are not allowed to bring in pork, books of a religious or political nature,(that buggers up reading about the crusades, freemasonry etc,) or porn.
Also you will not bring in cds,dvds of music games etc.
No cameras as photography is illegal.

FFS they want to make that a very boring trip.
Gadge
 
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Can't believe the asylum seeker wasn't seeking legit' asylum, or that he would have been (badly) driving a car, paid for by tax payers' money, or that he would have been intoxicated/DUI, without licence , insurance, etc. Just doesn't happen does it. And he gets away with ruining someone's life, to boot. Almost scot free? That would be far too judgemental.
 
#13
The news story says that his asylum situation is unresolved ?

Doesn't this incident resolve it fairly quickly ? F**k off home, aslylum denied (at the end of the sentence). And if you are caught here again in the future 5yrs detention.

Sorry you can't live in your own country, but this one doesn't need you - good luck finding another one.
 
#14
I FCUKING HATE THIS COUNTRY.
I HATE GORMLESS BROWN AND HIS CRIMINAL GOVERNMENT

WHEN WILL THIS SH1T STOP :threaten:
 
#15
Having flown a light aircraft (a Cessna) I can assure you that controlling the thing when flying with an above-knee amputation is a doddle...

What really f*cks you is controlling the plane on the ground since you can't (easily anyway) use the toe brakes.
A below-knee amputee might/should find things easier however ....
 
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napier said:
There's no reason why a below knee amputation should 'leave his career in ruins'. Get a prosthetic and carry on doing whatever people do in the RAF.
Thanks for the top tips napier. Unfortunately not everything that gets put in the Lincolnshite Echo is gospel. My leg is most definitely amputated ABOVE the knee, about halfway up my thigh. My right hand and arm were also smashed, quite close to amputation. A fratured skull, 4 fractured vertabrae and a fractured pelvis to round it off. I've been in the ranks for 18 years, so I'm not some 'wet behind the ears' sprogg. Do I reckon my career is in ruins? Finishing the commission is almost definitely shagged, and even staying in the ranks is a big question mark.


unixman said:
Having flown a light aircraft (a Cessna) I can assure you that controlling the thing when flying with an above-knee amputation is a doddle...
What really f*cks you is controlling the plane on the ground since you can't (easily anyway) use the toe brakes.
A below-knee amputee might/should find things easier however ....
Not everyone in the RAF flys aircraft. I'm a radar and comms tech by trade, c0ck all to do with flying planes. I can't stand the f*cking smelly things or the weirdo's that work on them.

As for my little Iraqi friend who tried his best to kill me, Foyad Mohammed Ali the 'unresolved' Asylum seeker who can't be deported, don't get me f*cking started on that one.

Hello to my mate the_guru btw, very good fella.
 
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stumpyjock said:
napier said:
There's no reason why a below knee amputation should 'leave his career in ruins'. Get a prosthetic and carry on doing whatever people do in the RAF.
Thanks for the top tips napier. Unfortunately not everything that gets put in the Lincolnshite Echo is gospel. My leg is most definitely amputated ABOVE the knee, about halfway up my thigh. My right hand and arm were also smashed, quite close to amputation. A fratured skull, 4 fractured vertabrae and a fractured pelvis to round it off. I've been in the ranks for 18 years, so I'm not some 'wet behind the ears' sprogg. Do I reckon my career is in ruins? Finishing the commission is almost definitely shagged, and even staying in the ranks is a big question mark.


unixman said:
Having flown a light aircraft (a Cessna) I can assure you that controlling the thing when flying with an above-knee amputation is a doddle...
What really f*cks you is controlling the plane on the ground since you can't (easily anyway) use the toe brakes.
A below-knee amputee might/should find things easier however ....
Not everyone in the RAF flys aircraft. I'm a radar and comms tech by trade, c0ck all to do with flying planes. I can't stand the f*cking smelly things or the weirdo's that work on them.

As for my little Iraqi friend who tried his best to kill me, Foyad Mohammed Ali the 'unresolved' Asylum seeker who can't be deported, don't get me f*cking started on that one.

Hello to my mate the_guru btw, very good fella.
Good man and a bump of this thread just to let people know that stupid comments by mongs like Napier have a real world impact, so stop being a fcuking throbber and think about what you post, eh? We all like to have a friendly pop at the Bluejobs, but I bet you'd struggle to carry on any sort of military career with the injuries suffered by Stumpyjock, who's username predates his injury, in an ironic way.

If I can tolerate talking to a Scotsman ( :) ) maybe Napier can get his head out of his clacker?
 

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