"Truth seldom is pleasant; it is almost invariably bitter. A loss of courage may be the most striking feature which an outside observer notices in the West in our days..." Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Commencement address at Harvard University , June 8, 1978

Saturday, 9 May 2009


I wanted to know what services were available to asylum seekers and refugees in Swindon. So I went to interview a certain Mr Gerd Muller from the Harbour Project, in Broad Street.

The Harbour Project is a charity that provides services to asylum seekers and refugees. And the information I found was not really that shocking, not for me anyway- however, for the average Joe, who are only fed what the media and mainstream politicians want them to be fed, it may be a bit of an eye opener in various ways.

On the 7th of May, I went to the Harbour, and met Mr Muller. We sat in his Office, and as he was totally oblivious of who I am, and in actual fact didn’t have a clue that I am NF, starts off into a rant about how Asylum seekers have sub-standard housing and how they should be given more rights. And, as tempted as I was, I resisted arguing that in fact, asylum seekers have no right to be here, and in fact, if they were asylum seekers they would of resided in the next safe country, not crossing entire continents and 17+ safe countries to get to the “push over” known as Britain. But I had to keep my mouth shut and give him the impression that I was in agreement, otherwise I wouldn’t be able to get information out of him, and he would likely tell me to leave.

Anyway, after I told him that I had a place to be, and that I really needed to start the interview, he started giving me the goods.

The Harbour is a charity that is almost completely funded by the Swindon Borough Council (I am in the process of finding the exact amount from the council.) which in turn means that you, the tax payer, are funding the services that Harbour provides. So, you may be glad to hear that you, the taxpayer are paying your council tax so that the poor old “bogus” asylum seeker could use the Internet, make international phone calls, get free clothes and furniture, food parcels, and food bank vouchers, in which they can go to the Food bank in Swindon and collect a whole weeks worth of food, on top of this, the local authority provide these people, who have never paid a day of tax in their lives, with accommodation, fully paid by the council, benefits of £30 pound a week, and free educational classes in English.

Then, when the asylum seekers’ claim for asylum gets approved by the Home Office, they are then classed as refugees, which, in simple terms mean that they are citizens just without a British passport. They are then entitled to the same benefits as you, can get accommodation, and get free health care, all this while still receiving services from the Harbour, like free internet access, international calls, food parcels, food bank vouchers, clothing, furniture, ect… And while these people live on the body of our nation like leaches, British pensioners are left to rot in care homes, on state pensions that just cover the basics. Why is it fair that pensioners get less then unwanted guests that do not belong here, and have only come here to exploit the generous benefit system?

It may not be surprising to hear that since 2002, the amount of visitors to the Harbour has risen by almost 5,000 per annum. As the graph (below), which was given to me by Mr Muller, shows that in 2002/2003 the amount of visitors at the Harbour is just under 1,000, and in 2008/2009 the amount of visitors in that year was almost 6,000. As those familiar with Swindon will know, Broad Street, and the surrounding area is pretty much a non-white area, and as you will have also of noticed, what once was a relatively clean area, is now a complete dump, with rubbish dumped in every back allow. So they not only are taking taxpayers money, they are turning our streets in to their own personal dustbins.

If these so called asylum seekers were in deed, at risk in their country of origin, then they would go to the nearest safe nation. Under a National Front government, asylum seekers would cease to be brought to Britain, and future refugee assistance would take place in the country of origin of the natural disaster, famine or conflict or the nearest country that will provide a safe haven until the problems in their country of origin has been resolved. All the money that is put into the Harbour could be better spent, like on the failing educational system, or in helping the pensioners of Swindon stay warm during winter, or insuring that white, British families keep a roof over their heads. Stop wasting Tax payers’ money, VOTE NF

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