Thursday, 30 July 2009

Liverpool Crown Court Judge On Immigration

How long will Judge Ian Trigger keep his job? This is the question being asked in legal circles after the Liverpool Crown Court judge dared to tell the truth about the great immigration swindle.

Sentencing a Jamaican drug dealer to two years imprisonment, the senior judge declared that hundreds of thousands of migrants poured into Britain merely for the benefit system handouts and this had helped to double the national debt.

Judge Trigger made the remarks while addressing Rastafarian Lucien McClearley, who had claimed asylum in Britain.

“Your case illustrates all too clearly the completely lax immigration policy that exists and has existed over recent years,” Judge Trigger said.

“People like you, and there are literally hundreds and hundreds of thousands of people like you, come to these shores to avail themselves of the generous welfare benefits that exist here.

“In the past ten years the national debt of this country has risen to extraordinary heights, largely because central Government has wasted billions of pounds. Much of that has been wasted on welfare payments.

“For every £1 that the decent citizen, who is hard-working, pays in taxes, nearly ten percent goes on servicing that national debt. That is twice the amount it was in 1997 when this Government came to power.”

The accused arrived legally in Britain in November 2001 on a visitor’s visa. He was arrested in October 2002 after it ran out but claimed asylum and was released while this was being processed.

He then “disappeared from the radar of the authorities” the court heard. His application was rejected in 2004 but he was only arrested this February after police stopped a car he was driving and noticed it smelled of cannabis.

A search of his house in Everton uncovered cannabis worth £7,200, a gram of cocaine and a fake passport.

Judge Trigger, who is also a part-time immigration judge, told him that the “fact that it took nearly two years to process your claim shows how desperate the situation in this country has become.”

Article from the BNP website


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