Tuesday, 8 January 2008

"and he found himself in Ireland......"

Have you ever noticed the masterful phrase ‘found himself in Ireland’ used by the Immigration Industry and their shills in the MSM to describe the irregular arrival here of an asylum tourist? It goes like this: ‘His village was attacked by crazed tribesmen who burned down his house and hacked his wife and family to death. He barely escaped with his life and eventually ‘found himself in Ireland’.

Note by the way that all such claims are taken at face value by the 'journalists'. Never a case of ‘he said that…

But I've been trying to figure how someone like that could ‘find himself’ in Ireland. Certainly I could imagine him setting off, armed with a hefty swadge of money, forged documents, a cock-and-bull victim story and the name of a reliable trafficker. And eventually arriving here. But finding himself here?

So I try to picture the scene. Here’s Kojo, over in Lagos, going about his normal day-to-day activities, quietly robbing a cash machine. Then POOF! A blinding flash of light, a cloud of smoke, and suddenly he finds himself in Ireland.

Well, it’s the only explanation I can think of. Anyone else do better?

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Voodoo - thats how it happens. I thought Savant knew everything?

Daisy said...

After one has had a few it's usual to 'find themselves' somewhere, or could be he sleep walked all the way here with no shoes.

You never know. Truth is always stranger than fiction.

SAVANT said...

another good explanation.

Gem Junior said...

Pity they never "find themselves" in Jamaica. Or Haiti or Detroit....