Immigrants - Some Documents
Immigrants - Some Documents
When you find yourself involved in a heated argument with a Leftie Mug about immigrants, illegals, asylum-seekers, refugees, etc it's good to be able to draw on some official documents. Below I've listed a few that I've come across and may prove useful against the delusionals.
Illegal - Asylum - Refugee
Illegal - Prohibited by law. And this is why UKGov and others dislike this clear cut definition. It is a bullshit-free term.
Asylum seekers - Individuals who have lodged an application for protection in a new country (ie, the UK) on the basis of the UN Refugee Convention or other legislation. Until a decision is reached on their application, that individual is called an asylum seeker. If approval is granted, the person is recognised by the UK as having refugee status and has permission to remain in the UK either long-term or indefinitely.
Refugees - The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) defines refugees as people fleeing conflict or persecution who must not be expelled or returned to situations where their life and freedom are at risk. This criteria distinguishes refugees from other migrants, particularly economic migrants, who choose to move to improve the future prospects of themselves and their families.
Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
Blair's Animal Farm New Labour were elected in 1997 and straight away set to stuffing the UK with their mass-migration plan. I discuss elsewhere that far-left fanatics view mass-migration as a way of cancelling the British establishment and way of life; The Far-Left Cancelling Culture.
This is the legislation that ties the hands of politicians.
Immigration and Asylum Act 1999; legislation.gov.uk
Immigration and Asylum Act 1999, Wikipedia page.
Asylum accommodation and support - National Audit Office
The following is an audit document produced in July 2020 about the sham that is illegals/asylums:
Asylum accommodation and support, National Audit Office, Home Office
Some key facts from the report, bearing in mind that it refers to data up to March 2020 and doesn't include the sham of the post-March 2020 illegals invasion:
£4billion estimated total value of the new asylum accommodation contracts and the AIRE support service, 2019 to 2029.
48,000 asylum seekers in accommodation under new contracts, March 2020.
96% increase in asylum seekers in initial (short-term) accommodation, July to October 2019.
£560 estimated cost per month for each accommodated asylum seeker compared with £437 under previous COMPASS service – a 28% increase.
26 days the average time that accommodated asylum seekers spent in initial accommodation before being rehoused in longer-term accommodation, between September 2019 and February 2020.
More than 1,000 accommodated asylum seekers in hotels each night, October 2019 to March 2020.
47% of local authorities (180 of 382) have agreed to house asylum seekers in their area, March 2020.
A couple of my own observations:
It is known that some illegals have spent more than 8 months in hotels; source.
In March/April 2020 it was known that illegals were being placed in 53 hotels, and suspect the "more than 1,000" is a mile off; source.
UKGov states: "More than 1,000 accommodated asylum seekers in hotels each night ...". This is a classic hoodwinking technique. Would that be 1,001 illegals or 10,000?
The 1951 Refugee Convention
The UN's 1951 Refugee Convention says that once a person is in the jurisdiction of a country - such as territorial waters - then authorities are obliged to rescue people, bring them ashore, and allow them to lodge an asylum application. However, under the long-standing EU deal called Dublin III the UK has the right to send back anyone who is seeking asylum if they could have reasonably claimed it in another country along the way. Illegal immigrants entering the UK from countries such as France have no case.
UN's 1951 Refugee Convention, UNHCR UK.
The Dublin Convention or Dublin III is recognised by the EU Fascist State and clearly states that those seeking refuge should apply in the first safe country they reach.
Dublin III Regulation, gov.uk.
Dublin Convention, Wikipedia page.