News Brief – November 30, 2006
Teams of anti-riot prison officers spent more than 16 hours fighting to quell a riot that engulfed Britain's largest and most troubled immigrant removal centre, the Independent reported Thursday
Lin Homer, the director general of the Home Office's Immigration and Nationality Directorate, said detainees were being moved to other centres or to prison after a day of unrest. She vowed that no foreign prisoners would be released, telling reporters that the Home Office would continue "vigorously" to remove people from Britain.
This however is pure bureaucratic double-speak: say one thing to placate public concern, but do entirely the opposite.
Why so, you ask?
Well, ITN later reported that most of the failed asylum seekers and illegal immigrants would be released on bail
Making it almost certain that a substantial number will skip bail rather than face deportation.
So much for the authorities “vigour” in tackling the problem of illegal immigration but this is to be expected. As is the case across the western world, the authorities are covertly encouraging illegal immigration, acting on the orders of the real controlling powers, the Illuminati
This is to assist the break-up of social cohesion in preparation for the establishment of a new social order: a New World Order prepared for in secret hundreds of years ago and publicly unveiled more recently by George Bush Senior during Gulf War I.
To this end the likes of Lin Homer, like so many others, a political careerist ready to do anything to further her ambitions
, was appointed to office to facilitate the process by saying one thing and doing entirely the opposite.
In much the same way that Bush and Blair brought “peace” and “justice” to Iraq and Afghanistan, so the New World Order is brought into being. With lies and half-truths to ease its passage.
To this end events like the riots at detention centre are then 'allowed' to happen and then naturally publicised across the world
, which in turn encourages more illegal immigrants.
The fact that the British government is actively trying to encourage immigration, into an already overcrowded island, was revealed earlier this year when workers at Immigration and Nationality Directorate (IND) spoke to Channel 4 news
One former IND employee told the programme workers checking applications to stay in Britain had been under constant pressure to approve them quickly rather than seek extra information, which might have resulted in them being rejected.
"You were not given any credit for using your brains and finding out that something was falsified," she added.
"You were meant to skim over the top. If it virtually looked all right and it met most of the criteria, then you were to grant it.
"If you carried on, and you dug, or you thought something was a bit off, you were penalised for it.
"You lose out on your money, not meeting your targets, and being told that you have got to perform better.
"We actually ended up with the management team stopping you from refusing, and saying that you are being too picky, and you should have just granted that person."
Last updated 03/12/2006