September 5, 2018
In 2011, a London bank thought it would be a good idea to put an African cannibal in charge of their equities trading team.
Want to know how that ended up?
Kweku Adoboli, the former trader who was found guilty of causing a $2.3bn (£1.8bn) financial loss, has been detained by the Home Office as preparations for his deportation to Ghana begin.
Adoboli, 38, was jailed in 2012 for the fraud, which was the biggest in UK history. He was freed after serving half of his seven-year sentence.
The former trader, who is Ghanaian, has not lived in Ghana since he was four years old and describes himself as British. Foreign nationals sentenced to more than four years are automatically considered for deportation unless they can show that there are compelling reasons to allow them to stay in the country.
Adoboli, who has been living in Scotland with friends since his release, was detained today when he made his fortnightly check-in at a police station in Livingston. He was taken to Dungavel, an immigration removal centre in Scotland.
A letter seen by the Guardian from Home Office minister Caroline Nokes has confirmed the government’s intention to deport him from the UK to Ghana, his country of birth.
While I have no intention of understating the nog’s role in this attempted swindle, I suspect that there’s more to the story than what we’re being told. Because here’s the thing: the universe has laws, and one of those laws – as anyone who’s familiar with Dr. William Pierce’s work will know – is that it simply isn’t possible for a fraud involving billions (with a B) to not involve at least one ratfaced kike.
Regardless, Kweku clearly isn’t as dumb as his forehead development suggests. For one, he was smart enough to appeal to the kinds of people that would condemn his deportation, namely, fellow colorfuls and white women.
He has appealed to the home secretary, Sajid Javid, not to deport him because of his longstanding ties with the UK and the fact that he is working hard to educate people to avoid making the same mistakes he made at UBS.
Sajid Javid: a Moslem serving his own tribal interests at the expense of his white hosts.
His solicitor, Jacqueline McKenzie, said the case raised wider issues about the deportation of offenders who have grown up in the UK and are settled here. “This is a really unfair situation for Kweku,” she said.
Jacqueline McKenzie: a negress serving her own tribal interests at the expense of her white hosts.
His MP, Hannah Bardell, has appealed to the Home Office to stay removal proceedings against Adoboli, but in a letter dated 24 August, Nokes wrote that the Home Office was satisfied its actions had been proportionate and that all the issues raised, such as the length of time Adoboli had lived in the UK, had been fully considered. “As such, the arrangements for Mr Adoboli’s deportation to Ghana will proceed,” she wrote.
Hannah Bardell: a white woman serving everyone’s tribal interests except her own.
All reports seem to suggest that Kweku’s deportation is a done deal, but apparently the Paki Home Secretary has the power to overrule it on a whim – which he very well might.
In the meantime, the nog set up a crowdfunding campaign, presumably as one final attempt to extract more shekels from gullible Britons.
Here’s the photo that accompanies the campaign. It speaks for itself…