Tobacco Cross 1st Class with Amber Leaves awarded for extreme valour in the face of the enemy (UKBA)

"Excuse me folks,can I just butt in this to-do
about some pissed pict trousered Che Guevara fan.
I have just arrived home half dead after being subject to humiliation,intimidation,inquistion,
starvation,water denial and mental torture for
3 hours and fifty minutes at the hands of
Her Majesty's GrenzeSchutzeSonderKommando
(UK Border Guard..Hull Docks Gulag)
My alleged crime,I had been to Ostend to buy
an "allowance" of Amber Leaf.............WHY?
I may have to make this easy to read for socialists ,secondary modern and comprehensive
educated Yonners and numpties....WHY? again
BECAUSE it is a lot cheaper to buy in Belgium
YEP folks tis a fact of life 6 packs of Amber Leaf costs £480 less than in RIPOFF UK
After 28 pages of hand written interrogation I
was finally ejected into the bright sunshine of
Humberside in the hope of finding the valiant
men and women of England ready to storm the
Bastille of oppression
Alas only the swoop of a thin seagull broke the stillness.
I ,although ageing, am up for some rebellion ,some resistance,but when I glance around the Round Table of Blogdom in the quest for fierce Knights all I see are well used
keyboards and mice without balls.

Oh in case you are worried about the Amber Leaf,I've still got them


The Gothic North

Wanted urgently ....Shakers and Fighters"


You sir, deserve this award. The location of your engagement and your adversaries are well known to us. My colleague suffered much the same in a recent incident although his ordeal was 20 mins shorter. He was also arrested twice (he is still unsure how you can arrest someone who is already arrested). He too had many pages of interrogation but does not have the figure. He came away with his goods, a Notice 1 and a written warning about his future conduct. He has the ID numbers of those concerned ... maybe they are the same?

As in all resistance movements there are only a few who actually have the courage to stand up and do something positive ... the rest stand back and offer mutterings of rebellion. Hasn't it always been thus?

We shall however carry on and others will join us once they see that it is possible to stand up to the UKBA and win. Pour yourself a large drink, light up a cigarette and enjoy your victory ... you've earned it.

We shall pour ourselves a drink also ... to you, sir ... and the next battle.


  1. Thanks for the acclaim,but greater was the inner satisfaction of denying Wasteminster's grasping purse of £500 +.

    For more rebels ,the written word is essential
    ,the web has been tried but as yet does not reach the ones who think no one cares.

    There must be a blogmaster who can collate
    rousing items from around the web and news ,
    post it up on a monthly site so we can all print off and push out to the unknowing.

    We Hope

    North Goths

  2. youll find very few rousing items about ukba. theyve got everything stitched up so much it would put the mafia to shame. most people are scared shitless of them and so keep quiet even if they do get there baccy home.

  3. Some happy things to do when pulled over because you thought the gormless girl was just making conversation when she asked where you'd been and you didn't mention Belgium...

    Make notes - mention this will be a great article in your blog for your half million readers (this makes them a leetle bit careful) - then mention you don't earn £100K a year by ignoring opportunities for an article (this really winds up the guy in his uniform as you've shown relative values)
    (I wish I did earn that, but he don't know)
    Ask him a point of law and if he can't answer then say 'do you mind if I make a quick call? My schoolchum's a QC.'
    Always be exceptionally polite and formal..
    Act sympathetic to them.. "I suppose this must be a bit boring for you, harassing people like us whilst your colleagues try to stem the tide of terrorism and illegal immigrants? Still, we all have our jobs, no matter how humble.
    Just remember to wind them up properly it's critical not to be too obvious and always polite.
    Petty little Hitlers.. there's a special place awaiting them when they die..


"In the eyes of the Tribunal the review letter contained several preconceptions, prejudgments and non-sequiturs"

"the absurdity of this reason is demonstrated by simply stating it"

"We therefore find that Mr Sked misdirected himself as to the Policy in carrying out the review and his decision is therefore one that no reasonable review officer could have arrived at."

... commonly known here at N2D as 'Skeds' ... that is to say these are Judges comments regarding UKBA Review Officer Ian Sked's reasons for rejecting peoples appeals against seizures.

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