Sunday, 20 January 2008

Today's Home Office Cock-up

We've had the illegal immigrant who was employed as a security guard at the Home Office, not to mention numerous illegal immigrants who were working there as cleaners, but this story really does take the proverbial biscuit. In fact, I think it takes the whole pack:

An asylum seeker with a false passport worked for almost a year processing immigration appeals, it emerged yesterday.

Eugene Tawanda Madzima landed the job at the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal Service after supposedly undergoing background checks.

Officials were tricked by a faked letter from the Home Office saying the 24-year old had permission to stay in the UK.

Madzima was so well regarded at work he even gave a staff training presentation at the AITS centre in Leicester.

He was caught only when he tried to use the forged passport to open an HSBC bank account.

As Madzima was jailed for 12 months at Leicester Crown Court for holding forged documents, Judge Simon Hammond said the situation was "staggering" and "beggars belief".

He added: "Why was he able to get a fulltime job with the Appeals and Immigration Tribunal Service, of all people, who are meant to be dealing with people seeking asylum?

"No proper checks were made and yet he must have been on their records. "

Words really do fail me. Is there anyone at the Home Office who isn't an utter buffoon (apart from the apparently rather cunning asylum seekers and illegal immigrants, that is)?

4 comments:

English Rose said...

Hi Do you want to add English Rose to your blogroll? because I have deleted Cry for freedom because 2 blogs is too much I only need one.
Take care x

Fulham Reactionary said...

Okay, I've just added English Rose, and removed Cry for Freedom.

Umbongo said...

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"Is there anyone at the Home Office who isn't an utter buffoon"

The employees at the Home office are not such buffoons that any of them actually loses their job over this. BTW Sir John Gieve (the well-known serial incompetent), having made a pig's ear of the Home Office, is in the process of adding to the pig's ears that are our financial regulation arrangements. In the favourite phrase of our useless rulers, "lessons have been learned" all right. Unfortunately they're the wrong ones.

Anonymous said...

GOOD COMMENT ON 'STREET JIHAD' at http://www.bnp.org.uk/2008/01/21/racial-assaults-in-nelson-lancashire/

"One has to consider why there is limited or no publicity about anti-white ‘Racial Incidents’. If Publicity and The Press is controlled, which it is, local people in areas which are regularly affected will tend not to realise that there are many similar incidents across the country.

They will feel that the one they do know about, the local incident, is unusual and and consequently, they will not make too much fuss.

They may also feel that their feelings about all the immigration problems and spin-offs affecting them are not felt by many others across the country. They therefore do not react particularly strongly.

Suddenly though, through sources like the BNP, they will realise that they are not unique in their feelings and that many others feel exactly as they do.

When enough people find out that there are thousands, nay maybe millions, who feel precisely as they do, then The BNP will gather strength,exponentially, i.e.the more supporters gained, the faster supporters will be gained.

I have a feeling that this gathering of support may begin to happen in 2008 and that this is perceived by t he “Government” and others. Therefore it is possible that concerted and maybe draconian efforts, could be initiated by the Authorities to control strongly the potential effect I have outlined.