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November 28, 2010

Somali Pirates on Their Way to British Welfare Line

Posted by Dave Blount at November 28, 2010 10:24 AM

One advantage of the Islamification of Britain is that soon Britons won't have to travel to the Indian Ocean to get kidnapped by Somali pirates:

Two members of the Somali pirate gang that held Britons Paul and Rachel Chandler hostage for 388 days are believed to have family in the UK.
One of the pirate leaders says he plans to travel to the UK to join his wife and two children, who have claimed political asylum and live in London. …
A second pirate involved in the seizing of the Chandlers is suspected to have lived in Britain and to have family living in London. It is unclear whether his family has also claimed asylum and whether either family receives benefits.

It certainly would be unusual if they aren't getting benefits. A life of luxury at taxpayer expense is one of the main enticements for the hordes of Muslims flooding into Britain, the other being the convenience of having infidels to murder so close at hand.

Both men are said to have received a 'cut' of the estimated £625,000 ransom paid for the release of Mr Chandler, 60, and his 57-year-old wife.
Investigators say the revelations raise the possibility of pirates travelling to Britain and of part of the ransom money being transferred to family members in the UK.
Their warnings come just weeks after Home Secretary Theresa May highlighted the links between British extremists and Somalia, with some UK citizens travelling there to train alongside Al Qaeda-linked groups. Anti-terrorist investigators believe some have returned to Britain and they have been looking at associations between the UK and pirate gangs, who currently hold some 40 ships and 500 crew hostage.

Multiculturalism certainly is livening things up in Britain. Look for plenty of excitement much closer to home than Africa as the once great nation allows itself to deteriorate into Somali North.

On a tip from Dystopic PC.