FAILED ASYLUM SEEKER GETS FREE FLYING LESSONS AT THE TAXPAYERS EXPENSE – Meet Yonas Admasu Kebede a failed asylum seeker from Ethiopia.
Yonas Admasu Kebede is one of the thousands of asylum seekers who have been denied entry to Britain and in fact the order has been signed so that he must leave Britain by next year or face deportation.
Considering the Government has denied Yonas Admasu Kebede entry you might think that he would be held in a detention centre until such a time that he decides to leave voluntarily or where he is forced to do so.
Unfortunately that is not the case and certainly Yonas Admasu Kebede’s particular case is not unusual.
Until the authorities are able to execute the order by the Home Office the taxpayer is forced to ensure that Yonas Admasu Kebede is well cared for and even educated.
Yonas Admasu Kebede’s chosen educational vocation is that of becoming a pilot and therefore the taxpayer is now being forced to cough up £10,000 to pay for flying lessons.
On top of that Yonas Admasu Kebede will also receive a further £10,000 to cover any living expenses.
In for a penny, in for a pound… Yonas Admasu Kebede wasn’t simply handed such a lucrative package but rather had to drag the authorities through the courts to get it.
Yes that means that the taxpayer had to pay for all the court costs and lawyer fees on top of what he was finally awarded; all because it would have been a breach of his human rights under the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR).
Whilst critics call the court’s decision deeply unfair and offensive to the British taxpayer there’s another twist to this for Yonas Admasu Kebede’s younger brother Abvi has also been denied asylum and his deportation runs in conjunction with his brother’s.
As with Yonas Admasu Kebede the taxpayer is being forced to fund Abvi’s education as well – he is currently taking a degree course.
You might at first perceive that Yonas Admasu Kebede’s case is a recent one; that is he and his brother recently arrived in Britain – not so.
Yonas Admasu Kebede and his brother Abvi arrived in Britain with their father in 2004. Collectively their asylum applications have all been denied but the Home Office gave each of boys leave to stay in Britain until November 2014. Why?
The boy’s Yonas and Abvi, were quickly abandoned by their father; it is perceived this was a ruse in order to create sympathy that would eventually allow the boys to be given British passports and therefore remain.
Since being abandoned both boys have been living in care facilities at the taxpayer’s expense and because the boys have no parents that can be located the local council, under law, had a duty to meet living and educational costs for the pair.
Under normal circumstance, or rather within the law, the costs of living and education is restricted; that is education is provided to apprenticeship or college level only but their lawyers successfully argued that their current immigration status bars them from applying for a student loan for their chosen vocations and therefore the taxpayer must provide funds for the costs of such education.
The Labour controlled council did appeal; at yet more cost to the taxpayer and lost. The Government has now said that their case will simply pave the way for others to take full advantage of the taxpayer.
It could be argued that Yonas and Abvi are at least trying their hardest to get a decent education so that if successful they could use this as the basis for a further appeal to their deportation and indeed become productive and taxpaying members of British society.
The issue here is that no British citizen would have been given such an opportunity. Under normal circumstances most students are required to pay their own tuition fees which are achieved through student loans.
On another issues it has to be asked why it has taken 10 years for these boys to be finally given a date whereby they must leave Britain. The argument here will be that we had a duty of care to protect the boys as both were just children at the time of entering Britain.
Despite the father abandoning his children you might wonder if it would have been cheaper for the British authorities to track him down and hand him his offspring rather than burdening the taxpayer all these years.
Yes we Brits don’t like to appear inhumane and we feel that we have a responsibility to take care of the globes poor and under-privileged but the liberal indoctrination is not one of moral sensibility but rather emotional blackmail for turning our backs on these people is viewed as nothing short of evil.
I’ll probably get attacked here by the liberal progressives for such a view but the truth is the British taxpayer is simply being used and abused.
If you are one of the liberal progressives who feel that our views at meebal.com are nothing short of a racist or bigoted rants then ask yourself how far you went in protesting against the war in Iraq.
Currently Tony Blair is responsible for murdering over 500,000 innocent Iraqi men, women and children. That figure doesn’t include all the lives lost from those serving in the armed forces and the death toll continues to rise on a daily basis.
It is astounding how some quarters in the British public will openly vilify anyone with the view that we should put an end to the abuse the taxpayer endures but will so quickly and conveniently ignore the true atrocities being perpetrated by our Government.
Britain needs a new direction; we need to change our views and acknowledge that we cannot and should not be indoctrinated into the ideology that we are responsible for others – especially when most of these refuse to show any responsibility for themselves.