Ibrahim, shown above with her 36'' TV, her high-speed broadband, a Playstation 3 and some pirated DVDs, has won a case at the European Court of Human Rights allowing her to remain in this country and live off benefits despite her being a Somali national with no rights in the UK. She is not British, her four children are not British. Her only claim to our largess is that she used to be married to another Somali who obtained a Danish passport and he used to work in the UK as a bus driver, before living on benefits in the UK when he gave up that job.
Ibrahim's children are in school in England and according to the ECHR that is sufficient to "anchor" her to the UK. Now, we the taxpayers, must support her and her brood for decades to come, probably the rest of her life if we're being realistic. Shamefully the British charity Shelter paid for Ibrahim's legal costs, possibly using your donations.
To cap it all the cheeky woman complains that her free house isn't big enough!
The second story is more generalised. This is Madhur Hussein, an Asian living in the West Midlands...
Poor Mr Hussein suffers from type II diabetes and has lost one hand, two feet and his eyesight; a cause for sympathy you might think. Think again - type II diabetes is a lifestyle choice. Over-eating and under-exercising are the primary causes, and one in four of all Asians in this country has it. Mr Hussein is merely an exemplar of his kind.
The prevalence of diabetes in the white population is about one in four hundred!
The Asian population must be costing us a fortune in medical bills. On top of diabetes they also have a far greater propensity to congenital disease and disability due to persistent inbreeding (marrying cousins usually) and they are also more prone to rickets due to wearing inappropriate clothing; eg burkhas.
Any argument in favour of immigration should factor in these costs.