Ridiculous migrant charity boss says of Glasgow deportees “It is wrong to call them illegal. It's just a matter of not having the right paperwork.”
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The biggest laugh I’ve had in ages came from Robina Qureshi, who runs a migrant charity in Glasgow and is fighting the deportation of two Indians which has become a cause celebre in Jockestan.
Robina, 56, who fashions herself as a human right campaigner (surprised there’s enough human rights to go round) said; “It is wrong to call them illegal. It's just a matter of not having the right paperwork.” What an absurd thing to say. It’s the whole damned point about coming to any country. You have a particular visa and you have to stick to it. Try that game in the US.
Anyway, they came here on one visa and overstayed. Now years later the Home Office has caught up with them and they are to be kicked out.
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There was a big hoo hah last week when Border Force officials tried to arrest the pair. Locals surrounded the van and police decided it was safer if they let them go for the time being.
The Home Office has made it clear that they will be pressing ahead with deportation again shortly. Good. All we need is more street protests stopping illegals being kicked out for the country to be overrun by people from round the world chancing their arm.
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Strangely there are fears in the Indian community that a recent immigration deal with India is behind a renewed push for deportation.
Under the Migration and Mobility Partnership India has agreed to the deportation of thousands of nationals believed to be in Britain in return for more visas for students and skilled workers.
Nicola Sturgeon and the rest of the dolts running Scotland on our money (they pick up £2,700 per person more than the English in state handouts) don’t like our approach to the illegals.
Lets see when they run the joint and are not just making political noises whether their attitude is the same. Mind you how bad must it be in your own nation to think that Scotland is the answer to more opportunity.
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