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Woke officials ‘working’ from home are trying to sabotage Boris’ immigration plan

IN cities across the country, hungry militants are throwing off the covers, sharpening their claws and looking for easy prey: the long-suffering British taxpayer.

They’re the Corbynista officers, red tooth and claw, and after two years of hibernating in front of the TV, they’re ready to strike anywhere near you.

Guido Fawkes' website has brought to light a craze of fake horrors on a Home Office-approved online consultation site

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Guido Fawkes’ website has brought to light a craze of fake horrors on a Home Office-approved online consultation site
Unelected Mandarins and Home Office officials are teaming up to block illegal flights across the Channel to Rwanda under Home Secretary Priti Patel's plan

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Unelected Mandarins and Home Office officials are teaming up to block illegal flights across the Channel to Rwanda under Home Secretary Priti Patel’s plan

We are witnessing the first direct challenge to elected authority since Marxist miner leader Arthur Scargill attempted to overthrow Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s.

The devil, as Archbishop Justin Welby might say, makes work for idle hands.

Thanks to Covid, these strike-happy troublemakers don’t even have to leave the house to launch their attack.

The pandemic could be over. It’s safe to mingle. But millions of civil servants are now openly defying ministers’ pleas to stop working from home and return to their desks.

CHALLENGE TO DEMOCRACY

Up to 70 percent of bloated public servants surf the web on the sofa and watch Netflix instead.

A union leader in Whitehall had the gall to denounce the idea of ​​actually having to show up as “vindictive”.

Now, The Blob has gone a dangerous step further by sabotaging key government plans to stop murderous human smugglers from trafficking in human misery.

In a blatant challenge to democracy – and its civil service code of neutrality – unelected Home Office mandarins and staffers are uniting to block flights of illegals across the English Channel to Rwanda under Home Secretary Priti Patel’s plan.

A similar idea was developed by Tony Blair’s Labor government in talks with Tanzania and nearly implemented by his Home Secretary, David Blunkett. She was supported by Minister Yvette Cooper, who now, as shadow Home Secretary, denounces the Rwanda plan as “shameful”.

Denmark, hailed by the left as a progressive paradise, is currently in negotiations with Rwanda for the very same deal.

But that hasn’t stopped a hysterical outburst from shroud-waving leftists branding any attempt to send migrants to the East African nation as “racist”.

Guido Fawkes’ website has brought to light a craze of fake horrors on a Home Office-approved online consultation site.

Bitchy workers ridiculously compare themselves to WWII Holocaust Nazis who claimed they were “just obeying orders.”

Some of these greenhouse plants fear their “sanity” is at risk.

Many are openly calling for a strike. “Can we be brave together and just say no?” one wails.

Another wrote: “Can our PS (Permanent Secretary) advise staff on how to deal with our conscience? I no longer feel safe telling people I work for the Home Office.”

These sensitive souls are non-dismissable Jobsworths who earn 11 percent more than private sector workers, plus perks. They have little real life experience.

Still, they seem to believe they have veto power over government measures that voters overwhelmingly support.

In a blatant challenge to democracy – and its civil service code of neutrality – unelected Home Office mandarins and staffers are uniting to block flights of illegals across the English Channel to Rwanda under Home Secretary Priti Patel’s plan.

Such challenges from supposedly impartial officials bring Whitehall into a war with the elected government of the day – a threat no government can afford to ignore.

The mutiny has been simmering since the start of the Covid lockdown.

Entire departments—education, transportation, the Foreign Office, and even the Treasury—came to a virtual standstill.

As is well known, the DVLA license department kept its mouth shut, snuggled up in front of the television and let mountains of driving license applications pile up untouched.

Covid exposed longstanding failings of the NHS, the country’s biggest employer, and other public health agencies caught on the wrong foot by the worst epidemic since the 1918 Spanish flu.

Only the police seemed to be working overtime and abusing their power to prevent ordinary citizens from going about their daily lives.

It would always end with calls for wage increases, fueled by the rising cost of living. Now that the pandemic is ending, union militants have smelled blood. We’re headed for a summer of dissatisfaction.

40,000 railway workers are threatening the “biggest strike in modern history”.

Ports and airports are at a standstill at the start of the holiday season.

For Boris Johnson, this is both a threat and an opportunity.

SETTING FROST

The public sector – including the popular NHS – is ripe for reform. Ministers should tackle it head-on.

There are already plans to take 40,000 off the payroll. But there’s a lot more fat at this joint.

Ministers should announce an immediate hiring freeze aimed at cutting the state’s nearly six million workers – many of them “hidden unemployed” – by 10 percent.

We should urgently review the future of pensions, the final salary pension that hardly exists anywhere else.

Those who refuse to return to their desks should lose their rail subscriptions and, for the majority based in our capital, the average London weight allowance of £4,000 a year.

Public service is too big for its boots. It’s stuffed with leftovers. And she abused her declared role as a non-political servant of the people. It’s cull time.

https://www.the-sun.com/news/5175951/cull-woke-civil-servants-rwanda-immigration/ Woke officials ‘working’ from home are trying to sabotage Boris’ immigration plan

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