May 2, 2012

SandBoxBlogs: Telegraph UK "Chaos at border control deepens as immigration staff announce strike"

Let's do a reverse hypothetical.

After all, with all the posting of patterns she sees between illegal immigration uprisings in the area, demonizing of authority in the area, blanketing through power and censorship of voices in the area, gangs and drugs in the area (and) our culture and lifestyle in the area; it's only fair to give  a voice spot to the 'other side'.

Those that are for wide open borders.

For legalizing all drugs. 

For zero checks and balances in the illegal foreign nationals sectors of our population.

Here's the questions:

What would happen if we just stepped back as a nation, took our hands off all of the above and just let it all run loose and free?

For that matter, what would happen if we all woke up tomorrow and there were no customs, ICE, DEA agents and no cops helping out those agencies? 

Matthew Holehouse:
"The Immigration Services Union, representing 4,500 border staff, will stage industrial action next Thursday as part of a national public sector strike over pensions. It will inform the Cabinet Office today of its plans.

The move could see hundreds of staff at Heathrow and other airports affected, adding to the delays already being endured at passport control.

Home Office ministers yesterday revealed they would draft in an extra 80 border staff at Heathrow in "hit squads" to tackle the immigration crisis after the Home Secretary Thereas May was brought before the Prime Minister to explain the "unacceptable" queues of over two hours.

Lucy Moreton, the deputy general secretary of the Immigration Services Union, today said: "We don't want to cause disruption, but if the Cabinet Office continues to ignore our concerns over pensions then that is what we are going to do. We have hundreds of members at Heathrowso it will have a significant impact."

The dispute is over Government plans to give border staff with a flexible retirement age instead of pegging it at 65. Ms Moreton said that could force her members to work until their late sixties or even 70 as the state retirement age rose...."  (Read more?  Click title)

"Unapologetically pursuing and tracking patterns within the news others make since 2010."

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