‘The stranger in my house: I took a Sudanese ‘refugee’ into my home for six months. It ended when he called me heartless and racist’

Idiot woman.


  • Drunk_by_Noon

    “Take me in oh tender woman, sighed the vicious snake”

  • BillyHW
    • Drunk_by_Noon

      I remember that!

      • Watchman

        It’s still going on. Feminist thought stripped to its bare logic, purpose and effect.

    • Maggat

      I couldn’t finish watching that—whatever. If the stage blew up or any other logical end to this recital, let me know.

  • ontario john

    So he writes for the Toronto Star now??

  • marty_p
  • A few years back, a South-American friend of mine, out of the kindness of his heart, took in an African ‘refugee’ (from Sierra Leone, I think he was). After a number of days, or a couple weeks (I forget) the guest stole several clothes and things from his host, and buzzed off. We found him in a café and reproved him for his misdeeds. He threatened to use violence. That’s migrant gratitude for you.

    • Sid Falco

      “Sierra Leone” at the time was probably the place these confabulations all claimed to be from. Much like this “Sudanese” guy who looks North African.

    • Watchman

      Did this ‘friend’ of yours learn from the experience? If not is he still a ‘friend’? If so, why do you still persist?

  • Sid Falco

    There’s no fool like an stupid old lefty fool.

    • k1962

      Plenty of young ones too.

  • Watchman

    “I was glad that Mohammed got his asylum, but I felt too bruised to ever want to see him again.”
    Stupid woman, admittedly conned, abused and yet is happy to have him given asylum without telling the authorities what she had found out about the likelihood that her ‘Mohammed’ was not an actual refugee.

    I have no sympathy for her at all. None.

  • RottyLover

    Shame he didn’t rape her to death.

  • Brett_McS

    I think the Sudanese guy showed admirable restraint.

  • Silly woman.

    Give @$$holes like that guy NOTHING.

  • Flame

    You see, he is very good man. He didn’t cut her throat.

  • Flame

    You see, he is very good man. He didn’t cut her throat.