Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
Dedicated to exposing, and resisting, the all pervasive nanny state that is corroding the way of life and the freedom of the people of Britain.

Thursday, January 04, 2007

Nanny Bans Emigration

Nanny Bans EmigrationLike all third rate dictatorships, Nanny does not like it when people emigrate. Emigration sends a clear signal to the world that all is not quite as it should be in Nanny's Britain.

As such Nanny was especially displeased when one of her own Home Orifice staff tried to emigrate in November 2006.

Nicholas Faulkner, a Home Orifice security consultant, made the rather bold move of sending an email to Bliary Poppins herself.

Unfortunately he has now been sacked, for having the temerity to write to Nanny.

Mr Faulkner said in the mail that he had waited years for a visa to the US, so that he could leave Britain. Seemingly Mr F was not happy with high house prices, taxes and mass immigration.

He said that he felt disenfranchised.

Surely not in Nanny's Britain!

In the mail he noted that given the close relationship Mr Blair enjoyed with President Bush, could he help?

Mr Faulkner didn't think he was putting his job at risk, because he shared his office with Abid Javaid. Abid was the immigration official who kept his job, despite being exposed earlier as a leading member of an extremist Islamic group which Nanny wanted to ban.

Unfortunately Mr Faulkner was wrong.

A few days later he was fired for gross misconduct. Mr Faulkner had his contract terminated at the Immigration and Nationality Directorate in Croydon, where he had been aiding the national identity cards project.

Quote:

"I am flabbergasted.

My treatment compared to that of Abid

says an awful lot about what is wrong with this country

and what is happening to democracy
."

Rather oddly though, after being fired, he then received a note from No 10 thanking him for his letter and saying that it was being referred to the Foreign Office.

Don't you just love this country?

5 comments:

  1. Nanny's reaction to Mr. Faulkner's letter reminds me very much of many a prison film, in which an inmate has the temerity to speak out against the abuses of the system. The warden invariably thanks the inmate for his "constructive crticism," ensures all and sundry that the inmate's allegations will be investigated with the utmost vigilance, and then arrranges to have the poor bastard severely beaten, hospitalized, then transferred to some hellhole even worse than the one he's been serving time in. That'll show the rest of 'em.

    Nanny doesn't really believe in "constructive criticism," unless of course she's the one doing the criticizing.

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  2. Lord of Atlantis1:55 PM

    Mr Faulkner is lucky that he was 'only' sacked the way things are headed in this country. His experience demonsrates only too well the hypocracy of Nanny and her minions.

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  3. Grant8:33 PM

    I think Mr. Faulkner should make a complaint to the Bullying Czar whoever he or she may be. I'm sure we must have at lease one by now. Probably many - mostly self appointed.

    Maybe it would be something to occupy the Bar Steward for a few months?

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  4. So, not content with scuttling the ship, the captain now tries to stop anybody from getting into a lifeboat.

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  5. Anonymous9:07 PM

    Hi I AM Nick Faulkner. I have just seen this article and your comments. Maybe you would like a follow up. I received a reply from the Foreign Office informing me that they basically cant help with getting out. Also I have not worked for 13 months and I have had my security clearance withdrawn. Bet Rabid Abid is still there though!!!!

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