Where is the justice?

I’m just going to juxtapose these two headlines for you:

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He’s just been deported to the UK, and  set free on our streets, even thought he could kill again. And now?


Yes, because UK Immigration is a soulless, evil, corrupt organisation who chose the low-hanging fruit of a law-abiding wife to deport, because they can’t be bothered to deal with the illegal immigration which constantly evades them (because they aren’t even trying to catch them).

When I heard from my ex that a Romanian man in Colnbrook had told him that as soon as he was deported he would meet his wife, and she would drive him straight back into Britain, I was amazed. They’d done it before. Straight through the Channel Tunnel, or over on a ferry – she simply drove him back in, and until he was caught committing a crime again, he’d be free to do what he wanted.

Meanwhile Irene Clennel’s sick husband is without his wife, without her love and support. He is also unable to travel out to be with her due to his health problems. He is stuck in the UK, and she has been sent back to a country where she has absolutely nothing to her name. She was send back with just £12 in her pocket, and nowhere to stay, and no family to meet her when she landed.

Please say a prayer for Irene Clennel and her husband. This is a devastating blow from a corrupt and evil administration. I hope it is swiftly reversed. I believe it is a breach of her husband’s human rights. There is a fundraising page at the link below, if you are able to contribute.

God Bless you


Read more: Irene Clennel deported

Read more: Murderer deported to UK


Necessity is the mother of invention – UPDATED AGAIN

How often have you heard or used that phrase? Well I don’t think it would be any more apt than in this story from the Daily Mail (Link)


Yes, really:

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It’s rather amusing, but also very sad. I cannot imagine what life must be like for lorry drivers who cross borders today – the risk not only of having the back of your wagon broken into (and why, guys? because you don’t have adequate locks? Your back doors CAN be locked securely, and even have special types of lock fitted which are tamper proof – I know this because my ex boyfriend was a lorry driver), but of being used as a free ride into another country as well.

I call upon lorry drivers to refuse to work on routes that cross borders without adequate locks. You shouldn’t feel the need to resort to this kind of behaviour to make your point.

Perhaps this story is just so much more propaganda – who knows with what we see in the papers today. Whether it is true or false, it is painting a very poor picture of our border security.

God Bless you



Following on from this I did some research, and it shows that lorry drivers are being FINED if they carry illegals, even if they are unaware of them and report them to the police themselves. This comes from a trucker forum: (Link – and I recommend you read it all)

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Click for full size, or visit the site to read the thread.

It’s incredible, isn’t it? Well not really. The rules of the road are like that – you, as a lorry driver, are responsible for your load and your vehicle. You have to check everything from your wheel nuts to whether your load is secure, and not likely to fall off the vehicle. If anything, even a piece of paper, falls off your vehicle, on the public road, you can be fined. Mud off a tractor used to make my ex very angry – but the rules are not the same for farmers it would seem!

This is why loads should be covered etc. But vehicle security is perhaps not a high priority for vehicle manufacturers, and if you are driving a vehicle with shipping containers on board, you have no control over the security level of the container you collect – all you can do is check the vehicle after every stop.

This is bad news for truckers.

God Bless you


Here is a video I found today too – this is what truck drivers are up against – lots of swearing in this (subtitled). Absolutely appalling, and WHERE ARE THE POLICE???? Standing around in FANCY DRESS as far as I can see.