This is an updated version of a post we removed last Thursday under the same heading. Serco complained about the article in general and highlighted inaccuracies. We accept there were two inaccuracies and have corrected those. We have amended other parts of the text and included a statement from Serco in answer to questions put to them. We believe that what is written here is fair comment.
ALTHOUGH every murder mystery is different, there are no more than a handful of motives for murder. Sexual jealousy and revenge are on the list. But 90 per cent of murders in fiction and probably in life are eventually solved by following the money.
The same goes for the protracted murder of our English identity and the obliteration of our children’s futures.
All sorts of reasons are given why our country is becoming inundated with migrants who are impossible to assimilate. The most common is that nobody knows what to do about it. This is not necessarily the real reason, as we saw recently with London Mayor Khan’s ULEZ legislation. This evil was imposed not because nobody knew what to do. It could easily have been prevented through simple, decisive action by our supposedly Conservative government, or at least delayed until the next mayoral election.
In the same way, our government could have overridden the legal and non-legal objections to a radical limitation on the migrant influx. They found it easy enough to override legal protocols when forcing lockdowns, masks and experimental mRNA injections on us. Why do they not use similar high-handedness to control illegal migration? Following the money will reveal why they do not.
The migrant inundation has long been generating a lot of money for a few while fermenting a burgeoning lawlessness to intimidate everyone else. In the last few weeks it has resulted in uncontrollable mass demonstrations of anti-Semitism by migrant Islamists and their delusional supporters. There are many motives including envy and ancestral hatreds. Yet the reason which seems least discussed is the greatest and most obvious: the teleological incentive whereby huge sums of tax money are awarded to a few companies for accommodating thousands of men, many of whom may hate England or are encouraged to hate England once they are here, and who certainly have not passed any citizenship test and for whom an army of asylum lawyers advocate. At taxpayers’ expense.
In 2019, two of these companies , Mears and Serco, were awarded the largest shares of a £4billion national contract ‘to house those who have made applications for asylum in the UK covering hotel and longer-term accommodation’. The companies are also contracted to handle other support for asylum seekers, contracts that have proved profitable. In 2019 Serco said that it stood to make at least £150m annual revenue specifically from its provision of asylum seeker accommodation.
Serco, described by the Times as once ‘the darling of the stock market and go-to outsourcing contractor of the Blair and Brown governments’, and ‘mired in investigations by the Ministry of Justice and the Serious Fraud Office’, was rescued by its well-connected former CEO, Rupert Soames, the grandson of Sir Winston Churchill. Under him, profits rocketed and are forecast to run higher than ever this year this coming year, thanks to its worldwide immigration contacts. Alongside the Pharma, medical supply and other lucky contractors, Serco also profitably participated in the Test and Trace disasters during the government’s response to the Covid scam. The company is now making further money by running migrant hotels – it has said it expects to make higher profits during 2023 after reporting a rising demand for workers to run immigration services for the UK government.
It is hard to say the communities where migrants have been found hotel accommodation have similarly profited. A year ago it was reported that up to 40 staff at a Yorkshire hotel allegedly lost their jobs as immigration staff moved in alongside refugees. In June a hundred employees at a hotel identified as a potential dwelling for hundreds of asylum seekers were, reportedly, also informed of their impending job losses. In Llanelli, South Wales, the four-star Stradey Park Hotel allegedly sacked its staff after gaining the Home Office contract.
A spokesman for Serco has told TCW that ‘the company uses hotels to accommodate asylum seekers when no other accommodation is available. It is part of the AASC [Asylum Accommodation and Support Services] contract. Once a hotel has been confirmed by the Home Office, we put in a properly trained team to manage the asylum seekers who are there. The hotel’s existing staff are not expected to manage young male asylum seekers without training. We do not know how many people left the hotels as they were not our employees’.
Regardless of who is responsible for hiring and firing, the fact remains that hundreds of unemployed young men, many of whom feel not a shred of gratitude towards the country which is housing and feeding them, are foisted upon neighbourhoods which cannot control or contain them. These same communities who suffer are forced indirectly and sometimes directly to pay for their own desolation as well for the asylum lawyers’ gravy train that keeps them here. Seventy per cent of asylum claims in the year to June 2023 were given grants of protection.
It’s not only lawyers, the outsourcing companies and the drug corporations that drain our country’s money. As Andrew Bridgen has pointed out in his Bill to prevent Britain yielding sovereignty to the unelected WHO, big money interests are behind the WHO’s pandemic preparedness treaty and the amendments to the International Health Regulations. These are poised to drain England’s life-blood increasingly rapidly while demanding even more protection money from what increasingly looks like an unaccountable government.
It is the same story with the spider’s web of Net Zero interests. Money is flowing unaccountably out of our country. It flows into foreign industries which provide the energy we are preventing English industries from generating.
These are a few examples of how ‘following the money’ enables us to see why England is being destroyed while the government promise to look into the matter at some future time, and the Opposition chides them for not selling out more rapidly and whole-heartedly.
It is almost enough to make one wonder whether some in authority are personally profiting from the systematic murder of England. But I am sure none would accept backhanders or have shares in firms involved in migration or Net Zero.
Some journalists, notably Paula Jardine in TCW, have followed the money assiduously. Canada’s Rebel News with its relentless hounding of Justin Trudeau and the Epoch Times in the US are conducting parallel investigations. All these are doing excellent detective work. There are many others.
The only trouble is that these publications are usually preaching to the converted or merely irritating the unconvertible. Although their detective work is making waves, its results have yet to be generally known or aired by the MSM. The question is whether England’s murderers can be caught before our land is a corpse in the graveyard of Europe while the muezzins wail six times daily from the turrets of the great mosque built over its skeleton.