Migrant Risk and Lack of Assessment

In this short post I would like to draw the reader’s attention to this excellent piece on YouTube highlighting Rishi Sunak’s appeal for Brits to take illegal migrants in to their homes. Of foreign heritage himself the piece’s author Mahyar Tousi has adopted British way of life and essence and totally understands from an impartial point of view the current problems with illegal immigration. Forget Rishi Sunak. Maybe Mahyar should currently be occupying number 10.


Where is health and safety when you need it?

Today risk assessment is everywhere. From teachers at school, energy suppliers breaking in to fit new smart meters, university field trips etc. The first concern and obligation is risk and doing a risk assessment.

If you sit on your roof ridge today re-pointing your chimney with nothing but good balance and an Ebay ladder for access, you’re always on the look out for someone from the council or a neighbor dobbing you in for not having the right equipment or safety gear.

This brings me to my point. If Rishi Sunak is suggesting British people take illegal migrants in to their homes where is the risk assessment? It seems today that everything we were taught as children has gone out the window. Don’t talk to strangers. Don’t take substances if you don’t know what they are. Trust the police. Pay your taxes as they will help provide you with a good infrastructure for social cohesion and a good life. Good and wise words indeed.

Where is the liability?

So if Sunak is suggesting such a thing, where is the risk assessment and where does the liability lie? Of course there is no risk assessment, there is no legal government liability and if all goes wrong you’re on your own. The fact that the current government is constantly acting in ways that appear crazy and is becoming increasingly more dangerous could lead one to ask if it is a legitimate government or one of occupation acting like a terrorist organization and hostile to the indigenous people? Personally I think it’s way past the time for millions of UK citizens to come together and get this lot removed from office and tried in a court of law but I can’t see that happening anytime soon.

Taking strangers in to your homes with no idea of who they are, no idea of their background and no idea of their intentions is a dangerous thing. Worse, if it all goes wrong it was your decision and the government only suggested it with no legal consequence for them and no right to recourse for you apart from trying to throw the guest out and getting arrested for it.

In a previous post I suggested what’s currently going on in the UK is being allowed to happen with our security services being told to sit back and watch or worse, facilitate it.


Let’s be honest about what is going on and call it what it is. Treason.

A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear. Taylor Caldwell, A Pillar of Iron

In these crazy times we must think and think again before we act or pay the consequences. Well meaning is a wonderful thing and a great strength. It is also an easy thing to target and abuse.

Peace to all.


3 Responses to “Migrant Risk and Lack of Assessment”

  1. ian says:

    A perfect appraisal of the situation.

  2. Belyi says:

    Mr Sunak seems to have several mansions in which he could house a large number of illegal immigrants. Is he going to set an example to everyone else?

  3. pete fairhurst says:

    Another excellent post John that hits the nail on the head again. Please keep them coming!

    The government’s job is surely to look after, and to protect, all British citizens, and a lot more too. Not to welcome unknown foreigners into our country with open arms. Foreigners who often end up being funded long term by our tax payments too

    It is treason, there’s no other way to look at it. It’s a betrayal of our nation and it’s a betrayal of all our citizens too. The fact that most EU countries do the same is no excuse, they have all been captured by bad actors as well

    Yes we have the power to stop all this if enough of us acted. But I see no chance of that. The woke propaganda has been relentless and very successful too. Seems to me that subsequent generations to mine [boomer] mainly seem to accept this burden without thought, as though it is reasonable. Youngest generations most of all