Tuesday, 2 September 2008

Death of a cultural enricher

The Scissors Sisters were responsible for one of the most gruesome murders in Irish history, when they dismembered asylum tourist and devout Muslim Farah Noor. The Sindo gave us an updated insight into this particular cultural enricher, and inadvertently, the shambolic state of our asylum ‘system’

A few extracts:

“Noor was a serious abuser of drink and drugs and couldn’t hold down a job”

“Noor arrived in Ireland in 1996 and immediately sought refugee status. His initial application was turned down. He appealed [an expensive process, all paid for by the Irish taxpayer], claiming he was from Somalia and that all his family had been killed. This was all lies. He was actually from Kenya where he left an abandoned wife and three children”

“He cane to Ireland where, he later claimed, he had been told there was plenty of money for asylum seekers and plenty of women. Noor appeared to believe he was on a sex, drugs and drink holiday in Ireland’. He clearly was. The photo in the Sindo shows him disporting himself beside a luxury swimming pool.

Then the piece de resistance“He was granted asylum in 1999”. Well done lads. Great decision. Good to know the ‘system’ is in such good hands.

Prior to being granted asylum in 1997 he raped and impregnated a mentally disabled Chinese girl who was only sixteen. Soon after he impregnated another sixteen year-old.
This girl said that he ‘always carried knives and regularly beat and raped her’. He was convicted on three occasions but did not serve time in jail"
Again, well done lads. Rather than jail him you gave him asylum. Must have diversity, you see.

The whole think makes you feel great, doesn't it?


Robert said...

Traditional family values alive and well in Pakistan:

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - A Pakistani lawmaker defended a decision by northwestern tribesmen to bury five women alive because they wanted to choose their own husbands, telling stunned members of Parliament to spare him their outrage.

“These are centuries-old traditions, and I will continue to defend them,” Israr Ullah Zehri, who represents Baluchistan province, told The Associated Press Saturday.

“Only those who indulge in immoral acts should be afraid.”

The women, three of whom were teenagers, were first shot and then thrown into a ditch.

They were still breathing as mud was shoveled over their bodies, according to media reports, which said their only “crime” was that they wished to marry men of their own choosing.

Zehri told a packed and stunned Parliament on Friday that Baluch tribal traditions helped stop obscenity and then asked fellow lawmakers to stop making such a fuss about it.


SAVANT said...

Truly horrific. Bet they do nothing to him though.

Anonymous said...

It seems even the parliament in Pakistan was horrified by this.

Anonymous said...

He won't further his own political career by opposing the 'cultural' traditions of his electorate! Western politicians aren't much different.

Anonymous said...

!8 ceart - too true!