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Illegal Immigrant in Britain Wants to Go Home; Says British are too Rude and Unfriendly

An illegal immigrant in the UK is demanding to be flown back to his native country of Algeria at Britain's expense because the British are too rude:

An illegal immigrant has demanded to be flown home after saying he was fed up with British people - because they are "rude and unfriendly".

Speaking today, Mokhtar Tabet, 30 - who has been given a home, food and free travel around London - claims his local council has breached his human rights by moving him to a place he does not like.

He was refused asylum in 2004 and is set to be deported.

He said: "The council evicted me from my home in September and moved me to Streatham, which I don't like.

"The new place is small, and the kitchen closes at 9pm, so I can't have anything to eat late at night. They have taken away my human rights."

Croydon Council says it has bent over backwards to help Tabet, who fled Algeria in 2002.

In reality, it's not that the British are rude and unfriendly to Mr. Tabet; it's that he obviously has an overactive entitlement mentality that not even the Brits are willing to totally appease:

A spokesman said: "Mr Tabet was accommodated in Norbury Crescent, with Croydon Council paying his rent, council tax and utility bills.

"In July, his landlord gave him two months' notice to quit the premises, and the council offered him a flat in Anerley Road, which he refused citing its poor state of repair.

"The necessary repairs were carried out and he again refused it.

"He was told that refusal would amount to him making himself intentionally homeless and he would be placed in hostel-style accommodation. He agreed to this."

Mr Tabet is entitled to return to Algeria at his own expense and admits that he "does not like it here".

But he refuses to do so and says Britain will have to pay for his travel if it wants him to leave.

He moaned: "I miss Algeria. The English people are not helpful, they are so unfriendly and rude.

"I thought I had made friends in Croydon, but when I ask them for money they don't give me it, so I know they can't be my friends."

What a total freeloader. Mr. Tabet goes to Britain illegally to begin with and, once there, realizes he doesn't like it and demands that the British government fly him home at taxpayers' expense. On top of that, he sees friendship as nothing more than a means to financial support. Will this guy's family in Algeria want him back?

Update: David Vance at JammieWearingFool has more on why Mr. Tabet went to the UK in the first place:

Now it's worth enquiring as to why Mokhtar came to the UK. Turns out he left Algeria in 2002 after being arrested for refusing to give up his home so the army could monitor terrorist activity in his town. He needed to find a country where terrorist activity was not monitored so closely so naturally the UK came to mind so over he came!


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Comments (11)

The symptoms of entitlement... (Below threshold)

The symptoms of entitlement disease has
been spotted in this country as well.
The sound of purse strings sucking closed
is the cure.

THEN LET HIM WALK ALL THE W... (Below threshold)
Spurwing Plover:


I'd give him a fishing rod,... (Below threshold)

I'd give him a fishing rod, a map to Algeria, a dinghy and a free ride to the coast.

I'd pay to get rid of him a... (Below threshold)

I'd pay to get rid of him and hope others would follow.

He can travel to Gibraltar ... (Below threshold)

He can travel to Gibraltar and then swim home for free.

This is what liberalism doe... (Below threshold)

This is what liberalism does to people. They turn into worthless, demanding people up to NO GOOD. You want a country full of these people? Keep electing liberals.

I am thinking he could be t... (Below threshold)

I am thinking he could be taken half way back, and "dropped off"

A few years in the motel of... (Below threshold)

A few years in the motel of no windows and rubber walls would take care of his wishes.

I cannot believe the nerve ... (Below threshold)

I cannot believe the nerve of some people. It truly is entitlement disease. Too many people feel that the world owes them something, and that includes the US.
Life, liberty, and the PURSUIT of happiness. Happiness is not guaranteed.

MMMM Buhbye, Mohktar. Go b... (Below threshold)

MMMM Buhbye, Mohktar. Go back to your shithole in Algerial and DLTDHYOTWO.

1 down, how many to go?

The Whole fucking lot of th... (Below threshold)
Luke William Pannell:

The Whole fucking lot of them should be hearded up and shot i cant beleive the rudeness of these people thinking we owe them something, i work hard and scrap by supporting my family knowing that im paying for some immaigrant to be housed better than i am.... and yet if we try to do anything on the subject you get barackaged by politcal correctness etc, yet if they want something like to get rid of christmas there opinion is welcomed with open arms by our gov... disgusting






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