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‘Yeah… but where are you actually from?’ πŸ€¦πŸ˜‚ | Come Fly With Me – BBC

February 16, 2020

Ian Foot has been chief immigration officer at the airport for ten years and in that time. He’s seen a lot of changes Unfortunately in this day and age you have to be as careful with the people [that] work in the airport as those who are arriving? So I do spot checks on the staff. [I] select them at random Bring them in go through [their] documentation ask them a few questions Well when I say random, it’s only actually the black and brown ones I don’t bother with the yellow people, I found the other people no trouble at all. Very meek. Right I see your passport this afternoon. It’s the turn of Fly lo ground crew member Taaj to be interviewed. This is a British passport, you’re obviously not British. Yeah I am. We’ll we’ll see about that, Taaj Manzoor. Right where were you born? Bradford. Alright, where were your parents born. Oh, sorry. Sheffield. Alright, where were their parents originally from? Pakistan. Pakistan, we’re getting somewhere! So if there was a cricket match between England and Pakistan, who would you support? I don’t like cricket. Which sports do you like? BMX? Anything else? Cage fighting man, I love cage fighting man, you see it on saturday on Sky, Man there was this wicked fight, because there was one guy, right, He was being really cheeky man, he was really insulting the other guy, he was giving him all of that, but then the other guy came in and like mashed up his face man, it was like a plate of meat at the end of it, it was crazy. Alright, so, if there was a cage fight between an Englishman and a Pakistanian, whose face would you like to see mashed up? Yeah, but there isn’t any cage fighters from Pakistan, isn’t it? I think there’s one from the Wirral. He’s called something like Strange Reg Okay, how many times a week on average do you eat curry? Oh no, I don’t like curry. No, I prefer English food you get me like pizza, or Chinese. What is your chosen faith? I would have to say I think George Michael’s version probably still the best. Final question. Do you have a connection to Al Qaeda? Never met the guy. No, that name does it ring a bell… Yes? I think he’s one of my friends on Facebook. *nyooom* Is you on Facebook? Yes, I am on Facebook. Tell me your name man , I’ll come along and I’ll poke you. I don’t to be poked by people like you. I’M BRITISH, I’M PROUD OF IT, YOU GET ME? THAT GUY SHOULDN’T EVEN BE IN THAT JOB. HE HAS A RACIST AGENDA, WHICH IN THIS DAY AND AGE, IS T O T A L L Y U N A C C E P T A B L E Still, at least he got me off work for half an hour, isn’t it? He called me racist, did he? Well that in itself is anti-white Right, as far as I’m concerned he poses a very real threat, and as such I’m going to mark this file code red, and add his name to a list of people I feel threaten the security of this country. Also on the list are Hardeep Singh Kohli, Mark Ram Prakash, and Konnie Huq.

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  1. Back in 2011 this show was ahead of its time pointing out British prejudice against Muslim community. Fair enough it turned out Muslims in Britain today are stabbing people and running people over on a weekly basis in London, and forming child trafficking syndicates across Middle England, and aren't happy go lucky integrated people like in this video but that's not the point

  2. Yes. Where are you ACTUALLY from? Ethnic white are from here. Blacks are not. So, where are you actually from? What country does your parents sending money too in order to retire too when they are old

  3. its not racist. the show was highlighting how ridiculous everything about racism is, but doing it in a funny way. it was even showing you the stupidness of the interviewer.

  4. A bone truth reality across the pond. I would know I'm a yankee. And I live here.
    Every freaking time I go to an airport that's not Miami International they straight up bully me. They even try to beat me then play the victim, the security interrogation guards.

  5. This is so true, I'm degree educated and when I first came into the UK the Britons were checking if I knew how to turn the light switch on, because you know I probably came from a poor country and we don't have electricity there right? Such a narrow-minded, low class nation who knows absolutely NOTHING about the non-British matters and an outside world, outside their little bubble island. As far as British are concerned there is only UK there and everywhere else don't matter because it's a land of foreigners.


  7. β€œWhat is your chosen faith?”
    β€œI would have to say I think George Michael’s version probably still the best!”
    πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ genius

  8. I used to be a Chief Immigration Officer for many years, and I am highly offended….by the suggestion that CIOs read Jeremy Clarkson! How dare they? Can't stand the tosser!

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