Imprisoned for political beliefs

Fellow patriot,

A big thanks to all those concerned patriots who complained to the High Sheriff of London demanding EDL leader Tommy Robinson be removed from the dangerous conditions in which he was being held.

Thankfully, our campaign has been successful, as they have moved Mr Robinson from the wing in question….THANK YOU to all those who took part in our campaign!

Now we have another issue.

Although now much safer, Mr Robinson has been denied his basic rights while being held.

We ask you to once again get involved in this campaign to ensure his basic human rights while being held on remand.

Remember: Tommy has been convicted of NOTHING and as an innocent man should be afforded basic rights to maintain his dignity while in jail.

Mr Robinson, leader of the anti-Sharia English Defence League (EDL), is being treated differently as a result of his political profile.

Following a complaints drive organised by Britain First he was moved from a dangerous part of Wandsworth Prison.

However, it now appears that he is being denied his basic rights for politically motivated reasons.

We have received the following information from a reliable source concerning Tommy’s present circumstances:

Britain First1. He is still in the same clothes he went to prison in. They are refusing to allow him clean/ fresh clothes – family members took clothing in but they would not allow it to be handed over.

2. He has received no mail or money from anyone and he knows his wife gave in a postal order for a large amount whilst visiting.

3. He is being refused all privileges.

4. With no money he cannot purchase razors, food etc. and is having to eat the slops provided.

5. He was arrested with £90 but at the prison when asking for his money he was told he didn’t have any. Where has this £90 gone?

We urge all concerned members and supporters to write to their MP seeking assurances that Tommy is being allowed his basic entitlements, especially mail which allows him to keep in contact with the outside world.

It is important that British patriots keep up the pressure on the British state to treat Tommy with fairness and respect.

Please click below to email your MP using our special system:

http://www.britainfirst.org/email-your-mp

Yours sincerely
Paul Golding
Chairman, Britain First

Immigration is not good for the UK.

Theresa May recently made ambiguous references regarding the renegotiation of EU nationals’ free movement. She was also concerned that restrictions for Romanians and Bulgarians will be lifted after December 2013. Her comments worried the A2 nationals, who are subject to a seven year transitional measure before gaining full access to the UK labour market. Numerous articles and reactions that subsequently appeared in the Romanian and Bulgarian press, online forums and discussion groups speculated the meaning of the Minister’s declarations.

Suggestions regarding further barriers to immigration within the EU could be just populist attempts to show to voters that the Conservatives are still “tough on immigration”. After all, similar threats targeting Greek nationals were made earlier in May. The Conservative Party – which struggles in the polls behind Labour – might just have wanted to divert attention from other failed promises. For example, the periodically-released immigration data show that the net migration target is hardly reachable. The UK Ambassador to Romania clarified that restrictions will be lifted starting January 2014.

The facts remain the same the UK is over populated with over crowded schools, roads and water shortages. Immigrants don’t benefit the UK they lower wages for most British people who are lucky enough to get work that can pay the mortgage. Most immigrants head for London and have to be supported on Housing Benefit etc. We have seen a vast increase in gang related crime as immigration has increased.

How will we pay for immigrants when they get old? It will be the death of our NHS.

Open the floodgates.

A NEW wave of Eastern European immigration will put tens of thousands of British workers’ jobs at risk, claim experts.

Twenty-nine million Bulgarians and Romanians will have the right to live and work here under European “freedom of
movement” rules coming into force at the end of next year.

That will pave the way for a new flood of migrants heading across the Continent to escape grinding poverty in their own countries and snatch jobs away from UK workers already suffering because of the global economic crisis.

Critics warn of a repeat of the time Poland and other Eastern European nations gained the same rights in 2004, leading to an influx of cheap labour into Britain.

Welfare fraud and asylum chaos

A family of African fraudsters stole at least £4million from taxpayers in a 20-year scam.

One created fake identities for up to 100 children to milk the benefit system.

She also claimed to suffer from HIV and require costly drugs – but in reality sent them back to Uganda to be sold for huge profits.

A court heard that supplying the drugs for so many years cost the taxpayer more than £2million.

A further £154,000 went on education for the ‘family’, with £37,500 for a single higher education course.

Fraud relating to accommodation costs and sub-letting of flats cost £650,000, and the family’s myriad benefits totalled £900,000.

During their six-week trial, a jury heard how the group ‘conspired together to create, use and exploit’ false identities in order to carry out the staggering fraud.

Ruth Nabuguzi, 49, ‘employed multiple identities … so many that the true number of identities may never ever be known’.

Nabuguzi, originally from Uganda, made claims for HIV/AIDS drugs costing £2,280,000. She also received £500,000 in housing benefit from Newham Council in east London, Croydon Crown Court heard.

Nabuguzi came to the UK in 1991 and claimed asylum for herself and four children she had left behind in Uganda.

Three years later, she used the name Jane Namusisi to apply for asylum again – along with two more children. In 1999 – using the name Pauline Zalwango – she applied once more, this time with three children.

She is believed to have regularly travelled back to Uganda and bought at least three properties in and around the capital Kampala.

Dennis Kyeyune, 29, is thought to be Nabuguzi’s son or nephew. Police found a black holdall at his east London home hidden on a shed roof with a vast array of fake documents, described as a ‘kitbag for the commission of identity fraud’.

Foreign criminals in UK jails.

Just 62 foreign criminals have been sent home under the Tories despite David Cameron’s pledge to remove thousands from British jails.

The Prime Minister promised a crackdown two years ago  after it emerged that more than 11,000 foreign inmates – one in eight prisoners – are clogging up our jails.

But official figures released this week show that fewer offenders are being deported than when Labour was in power.

Since January last year, only 62 have been sent home to serve the rest of their sentences – 25 to just one country, the Netherlands.

Just 30 were returned in total last year – far less than the 89 in 2010 and 64 in 2009. Each inmate costs taxpayers £45,000 a year – meaning the total bill is over £500million.