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It is alleged that a refugee from Afghanistan who lied his way through our asylum system is a Russian spy who worked for the Foreign Office, accessed British military and intelligence secrets, met the now King Charles and then Prime Minister David Cameron.
He was stripped of British citizenship in 2019 after MI5 claimed he was working for Russian secret services.
These allegations, if true, highlight how foreign actors can use and abuse our asylum system to plant spies right at the heart of Britain.
Patrick blasted the deportation system in Britain
He reportedly claimed he was fleeing the Taliban and had come straight from Afghanistan, despite living in Russia for years.
Apparently he went on to work for GCHQ, MI6, the Ministry of Defence, the Home Office.
But is it any wonder when you consider that a skint asylum seeker with a potentially fatal injury is currently outwitting our Metropolitan Police.
Abdul Ezedi is STILL at large. This is a sorry tale about the decline of Britain.
What does it say about Britain that a man with half his face hanging off due to what looks like chemical burns can just stroll around and nobody bats an eyelid. Like it’s normal.
But the big story here is Britain’s deportation scandal.
Even if we caught Abdul Ezedi tomorrow and he was found guilty of the horrific crime he’s accused of, as it currently stands we still couldn’t deport him afterwards.
He’s failed an asylum bid twice, and committed a sexual offence. He stayed in Britain and went on to, allegedly, try to kill his ex-partner with acid and harm children.
But let’s add him to the list.
The Reading jihadi who murdered three people during a knife rampage, Khairi Saadallah, had his deportation dropped a year before his attacker, Ernesto Elliott was on a deportation flight.
A load of luvvie celebs and supposedly some Labour politicians as well protested against the flight.
He stayed in Britain and then went on to commit a murder.
We need to deport foreign criminals before they have the chance to commit more crimes.
Tory MP for Redditch and deputy party chair Rachel Maclean put forward a debate in Parliament on this today. Now I actually caught up with Mrs. Maclean.
She said that allowing criminal asylum seekers and immigrants to stay in Britain is tearing this country apart.
Priti Patel has waded in
“We’re talking about something very precious.
“That’s our sense of nationhood, our precious democracy, and that’s an inheritance that we’ve had from previous generations who fought for this country and have fought for the peace that we enjoy at home.
“And when we have allowed people to come in and literally kill us, we have been literally killing ourselves with kindness in some cases”,
She says there’s concerns that institutions like the Church of England provide a massive loophole for criminal asylum seekers to stay in Britain.
“I think the one that is really concerning is the one about conversion to Christianity because it is right that we have a system that allows people to have a well founded fear of persecution.
“If they are sent back to that country, they would be tortured and their lives would be in danger.
“And this is part of international law and it’s something that we’re part of.
“However, it’s also it’s not true to say that there aren’t loopholes in that system.”
She went on, quite unsurprisingly, to say that she thinks things will be worse under Labour.
“They have got the wrong priorities and they’ve always sided with the people committing the crimes rather than the victims of those crimes. They’ve put those foreign national offenders above our own citizens and that’s why I believe they are a risk to our national security.”
Obviously Labour would deny that.
But former Home Secretary Priti Patel has now weighed in explaining how victims have to live through the trauma of being abused by foreign national offenders.
“Traumatised And do you know what? They’re even more traumatised.
“They relive that trauma all over again when they see members of parliament, celebrities, the media, BBC, so-called expert witnesses, as exposed by the Mail on Sunday this weekend, campaigners and lawyers backing the rights of criminals over them.”