The notorious Dictator of Rwanda, Criminal Paul Kagame and the British Conservative party, have decided to stab Orphans of the Tutsi genocide in the back , by making them homeless. The orphans have become victims of the ungodly asylum rendition project. The genocide orphans are to lose their homes and care to British Asylum seekers being smuggled from Britain to Rwanda. The genocide orphans have nowhere to go after being thrown out of a hostel by Prit Patel and Criminal Paul Kagame, both ungrateful former asylum seekers.
Britain will fly many asylum seekers 4,000 miles to Rwanda under a landmark plan to ‘take back control of illegal immigration’. Migrants travelling to the UK on small boats will be put on jets and sent to Rwanda while their applications are processed. Priti Patel has been ‘working night and day’ for the last eight months on the agreement with Rwanda.
What’s even very disturbing is when Prit Patel claims that: “Rwanda is a fundamentally safe and secure country with a track record of supporting asylum seekers. Under this agreement, they will process claims in accordance with the UN Refugee Convention, national and international human rights laws.” Its not a secret that the track record of supporting asylum seekers by Rwanda, is a business and not a humanitarian act. The human rights record of Rwanda is among the worst in the world. Maybe human cargo dealers find Rwanda safe, but the citizens of Rwanda have never felt secure. The regime of Rwanda has always boasted of how it does not respect foreign human rights/Freedoms and will never be lectured by the so called democratic countries.
A country that shamelessly makes its orphans homeless in exchange for Illicit human cargo is definitely a criminal state.
A shelter for traumatised victims of Tutsi genocide is being emptied to make way for asylum seekers being sent from the UK under the controversial Conservative plan.. Already 22 orphans have been thrown-out of hope house hostel to make room for Dictator Paul Kagame’s human cargo. Heartless Prit Patel visited the hostel last week in a stage-managed trip before details of the orphans became known. Residents said they were not given the chance to see or meet her. Officials briefed press that the 50-bed building was a privately owned former tourist hostel. The orphans are facing the ordeal during the commemoration of the Tutsi genocide of 1994.
There was no mention of the orphans, though one source said of Prit Patel’s visit: “There are more than 20 – you’d have thought it must have been fairly obvious.”
A resident added: “It is not a guest house. It has been a hostel, our home, for the last eight years.”
Orphans of the Tutsi genocide say they have nowhere to go after being thrown to the street under Patel’s cruel Rwanda refugee scheme.
Although now in their late 20s, the 22 survivors have no money or family and some face lifelong mental health battles. They were given a fortnight’s notice to vacate the hostel – ironically named Hope House – in capital city Kigali.
Tonight one vulnerable woman who has lived at the shelter for eight years said: “I barely know any other home. I was only told about moving out a few days ago. I have not figured out where I will go.”
Officials hope such accommodation centres will be far more cost effective than placing migrants in hotels, which currently costs the taxpayer £4.7million a day.
Meanwhile, the Rwandan dictator is busy touring the world using the name of Tutsi genocide survivors to solicit funding for his opulent lifestyle.
There has been global condemnation of the ungodly act. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has condemned the UK government’s plan to relocate illegal migrants to Rwanda, arguing that people “should not be traded like commodities.”
Responding to Thursday’s announcement of a new Migration and Economic Development Partnership between Britain and Rwanda, the UNHCR urged both sides “to re-think” the plans and to refrain from sending asylum seekers and refugees to Rwanda for the processing of asylum applications.
“People fleeing war, conflict and persecution deserve compassion and empathy. They should not be traded like commodities and transferred abroad for processing,” UNHCR Assistant High Commissioner for Protection Gillian Triggs said in a statement.
In her opinion, the initiative not only shifts asylum responsibilities and increases risks for migrants but also contradicts “the letter and spirit of the Refugee Convention.”
The UNHCR also pointed to the UK’s obligation “to ensure access to asylum for those seeking protection.”
“Those who are determined to be refugees can be integrated, while those who are not and have no other legal basis to stay, can be returned in safety and dignity to their country of origin,” the UN agency said.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has condemned the government’s “ungodly” plans to send illegal migrants to Rwanda.
In his Easter Sunday sermon, Justin Welby is expected to criticise Downing Street’s proposals and say the policy raises “serious ethical questions” and cannot “stand the judgment of God” or “carry the weight of our national responsibility as a country formed by Christian values”.
He said the plan is “the opposite of the nature of God”.
Lib Dem Home Affairs spokesman Alistair Carmichael said: “The proposal was shocking enough but to now be evicting Rwandans is appalling. Instead of opening safe and legal routes for asylum seekers, Boris Johnson and Priti Patel have reverted to cruel, heartless tactics.”
It has emerged Ms Patel issued a rare “ministerial direction” to push through the £120million scheme after officials raised concerns over it.
Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper said: “revelations about Hope House are the latest problem showing why civil servants could not endorse the plan. “Incompetence and waste are hallmarks of this government. Britain deserves better than this chaos.”
The Public and Commercial Services union labelled the scheme inhumane. Unions warned of a walkout by staff over the policy. Dave Penman, of the FDA, said: “Civil servants’ choice is to implement, or leave. That could mean elsewhere in the department, another department or leaving the Civil Service.”
Enver Solomon, of the Refugee Council, said: ‘We are appalled by the Government’s cruel and nasty decision to send those seeking sanctuary in our country to Rwanda.
‘Offshoring the UK’s asylum system will do absolutely nothing to address the reasons why people take perilous journeys to find safety in the UK.
‘It will do little to deter them from coming to this country, but only lead to more human suffering and chaos.’
Steve Valdez-Symonds, Amnesty International UK’s refugee and migrant rights director, said the ‘shockingly ill-conceived idea will go far further in inflicting suffering while wasting huge amounts of public money’.
The plan to fly asylum seekers 4,000 miles to Rwanda has faced heavy criticism and was condemned as unworkable and illegal by the UN’s refugee agency the UNHCR.
The Home Office did not comment on orphans, but said: “Rwanda will process claims in accordance with the UN Refugee Convention and ensure protection from inhuman and degrading treatment.”
Offshoring asylum seekers will be highly controversial, and even Tory backbenchers have questioned the expense.
Last month Conservative former minister Andrew Mitchell (Rwanda sponger) said housing asylum seekers at the Ritz hotel would be cheaper than offshoring, claiming the cost to the British taxpayer would be £2million per person, per year. Ministers are also braced for a legal challenge from human rights lawyers – as well as political opposition from Labour and the Left.
The world should not be fooled by human cargo cabal of UK and Rwanda- they’re not about saving asylum seekers, but to trade and profit from their plight. Why would the world entrust the lives of vulnerable asylum seekers with the Rwandan regime, when in the past they’ve attacked and killed refugees and asylum seekers around the world. Is this the so called infamous World reset or slip of the brains??