If you're unlucky enough to be forced to shake hands with a HATER and BIGOT of non-muslims, here's what they'll do and why they'll do it.
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
BOMBS HURT: Islamic terrorism makes me feel... South Yorkshire Police putting an end to 'hate' - just like they did when thousands of English girls were being gang-raped by Pakistanis in Rotherham and elsewhere. Keep up the good work, officers!
Mastermind behind one of Britain's biggest ever heists was caught on police bug boasting he could 'buy a Lambo'
- Security guards staged fake robbery on their van so £7million could be taken
- Ringleader of the gang was later caught on police bug boasting of his wealth
- He now faces jail along with his wife and the two 'inside men' Loomis guards
Hussain Rafaqat boasted he could 'buy a Lambo' after his gang stole £7million from a security van near Heathrow Airport
The mastermind of one of Britain's biggest ever heists was caught on a police bug boasting to his brother that he could 'buy a Lambo'.
Thieves stole £7million when they staged a fake raid on a cash-in-transit van near Heathrow Airport in a plot described in court as worthy of a Hollywood movie.
A recording device caught plotter Rafaqat Hussain bragging: 'Mate it was the job. I f***ing robbed seven million,' just over a month after the theft.
The bug was placed in his car after police arrested Loomis van drivers Mohammed Siddique, 32, and Ranjeev Singh, 40, in March.
Sandip Patel QC, prosecuting, said: 'The police obtained authority to place a recording device in his Audi.
'On 22 April Hussain flew back from Pakistan and was collected by his brother. They then travelled home. They did not know they were being recorded.
'While travelling back Hussein spoke to his brother about the Loomis theft. He said "mate. It was the job. I f***ing robbed seven million."
A police reconstruction shows just how much space the £7million would have taken up
The prosecutor added: 'He said his share was going to be two million and two others had been arrested [Siddique and Singh].
'He boasted that he could buy any car he wanted, he could buy a "lambo".
'He said he wanted to lie low, he said "I want to chill for six months, buy houses and do them up, flip them and make some money".
Nearly a million pounds was transferred into a Pakistan bank account in the name of Hussain's wife, Razavana Zeib
Bespectacled Hussain wept in the dock today as his barrister Bairaj Bhatia said he had 'failed his family' by carrying out a crime that 'reminiscent of the script from the Thomas Crown Affair'.
Prosecutors said £900,000 was transferred into a Pakistan bank account opened in the name of Hussain's wife, Razavana Zeib, prompting her arrest.
Hussain arranged to buy a house in Heathersett, Norfolk with the stolen money, the court heard.
After the £7m raid he arranged for an old criminal acquaintance Gary Carrod, 33, to burgle the elderly owner's home in a bid to lower the price.
He smashed the windows and caused it to flood, leaving the pensioner 'very distressed', the court heard.
Hussain has an extensive criminal history with 64 offences stretching back to 1992.
His most audacious prior offence was a motor scam in which he stole cars while taking them out for test drives.
Hussain, Siddique, Singh and Carrod will be sentenced by Judge Stephen John later today at Kingston Crown Court.
Security guards Mohammed Siddique (left) and Ranjeev Singh (right) were the 'inside men' who staged a robbery so the money could be spirited away. It has never been recovered
Hussain's wife, Razvana Zeib, 34, will be sentenced at a later date after the judge ordered a pre-sentence report after she pleaded guilty to conspiracy to burgle and commit money laundering.
Siddique and Singh, both of Slough, were convicted of conspiracy to steal.
Carrod, of Taplow, admitted conspiracy to burgle at Kingston Crown Court on Monday, 11 September.
Hussain, of Slough, admitted conspiracy to steal, conspiracy to burgle and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
Razvana Zeib, of Slough, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to burgle and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
The hearing continues.
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Former Home Office chief admits huge numbers live in the UK 'under the radar' and many will never be sent home
- David Wood said there are 'enormous difficulties' in removing overseas nationals
- He told MPs there needed to be a 'risk' and 'consequence' for illegal immigrants
- Unauthorised migrant population in Britain during 2001 estimated at 430,000
- Think-tank Civitas suggested illegal immigration now running at 150,000 a year
Britain is home to more than a million illegal migrants, a former Home Office chief admitted yesterday.
After years of denial across government, a senior official finally acknowledged that huge numbers of foreigners are living here ‘under the radar’.
David Wood, who was head of immigration enforcement until 2015, told MPs few of the illegals were ever likely to be sent home.
They include visa overstayers, criminals who have escaped deportation, failed asylum seekers and those who have sneaked into the UK.
More than a million illegal immigrants are unlikely to ever be removed from Britain, MPs have heard (illegal migrants try to board a truck in the French port of Calais)
Campaigners point out that the undocumented migrants are putting the nation’s schools and hospitals under strain and may not be paying taxes.
Giving evidence to the Commons home affairs committee, Mr Wood said: ‘There are probably over a million foreigners here illegally at the moment. There’s a large number, so no one could ever remove them really.’
He also told MPs that Brexit could result in a ‘whole group of potential illegal immigrants that there wasn’t before’. EU nationals overstaying visas would be targeted as easy to remove while ‘more harm-based cases are left’.
Official statisticians say it is impossible to give an accurate number for people living here unlawfully. The last Home Office estimate – from as long ago as 2001 – was 430,000.
Tim Loughton, a Tory member of the home affairs committee, said Mr Wood’s estimate was ‘worryingly high’.
He added: ‘It does raise questions about the ability of the department to make sure we have a watertight immigration system in place to deal with people who are not supposed to be here, especially post-Brexit.’
Christopher Chope, the Conservative committee member who drew Mr Wood into the admission, said: ‘It is mind-boggling that there are so many people here who should not be here and we don’t know what to do in response.
‘The figures illustrate the paucity of any removals whether compulsory or voluntary and it suggests we do not have any controls over the people who are here.’
More than three million EU residents live in the UK and ministers have insisted they want them to stay post-Brexit.
Individuals in the UK for more than five years will be required to apply for ‘settled status’ while others who have arrived more recently will have time to ‘regularise’ their standing.
Mr Wood said EU nationals overstaying visas once a new system comes into force could become ‘quite easy candidates for removal’ due to pressure on resources.
‘If they overstay that, they go into this illegal community,’ he said. ‘That is a bit of a worry going forward, because with pressure on resources they will be quite easy candidates for removal.
With pressure on enforcement teams and removal numbers, there might be an over-concentration on simple-to-remove Europeans and more harm-based cases are left.’
Ministers have introduced measures to create a ‘hostile environment’ for those with no right to be here. Illegals are barred from renting homes or opening bank accounts and driving licences can be refused or revoked.
An Immigration Act introduced last year made it easier to prosecute an employer who knows, or ‘reasonably suspects’, that their employee should not be in Britain.
But the Mail has regularly published images showing gangs of illegal immigrants being caught in lorries which have reached the UK from across the Channel.
Last year, it was revealed how the number of illegal immigrants discovered sneaking into Britain hidden in trucks, cars and trains has almost trebled in a year.
Lord Green of Deddington, chairman of MigrationWatch, said: ‘For some years we have been pointing to the likely scale of illegal migration to the UK.
'This now seems to be confirmed by a former official who was responsible for these matters at the Home Office. It is an astonishing number of people coming below the radar to Britain.
All of them, in practice, have access to the NHS and education for their children.
'There is no way the Government can remove so many people but they are right to make the environment much more difficult for people who have no right to be here.’
Despite a backlog of nearly 27,000 failed asylum seekers who were deemed ‘subject to removal action’, the Home Office deported fewer than 3,500 in 2016.
This is a fall of two thirds since 2010, when the Tories came to power.
The Home Affairs Committee is examining the capacity of the immigration system to cope with the challenges posed by Brexit, including the task of documenting the three million EU citizens.
A Home Office spokesman said: ‘It is harder than ever before for those with no right to be here to remain in the UK. Whether it is working, renting a property, opening a bank account or driving a car, we can now take tougher action on those who flout the law.
‘There are no official estimates of the number of illegal immigrants living in the UK, as illegal migration is a clandestine activity and we do not recognise the one million figure suggested by David Wood.
‘We expect those with no basis of stay to leave voluntarily and where they do not we will enforce their removal.
This includes foreign criminals of whom we returned more than 6,000 last year.’
The Home Secretary has admitted there could be as many as one million illegal migrants in the UK, but doesn’t know for sure either way.