Brittany Pettibone’s Home Office Letter

If the letter Brittany Pettibone supposedly received from the Home Office is genuine, Amber Rudd needs to be kicked out of office with as much force as permissible:

It reads as though written by a particularly thick SJW who left school to work the night shift at a Sports Direct warehouse. Using the “I” pronoun instead of “we” when representing the Home Office, the actual content, and the litany of grammatical errors and spelling mistakes, suggest this is fake. I suspect it is, and I sincerely hope it is. Lauren Southern has invented stories before, and although I know nothing about Sellner and Pettibone I can’t rule out their doing the same. Somebody – preferably someone in Parliament – should ask Rudd to confirm its authenticity. If it came from her office, she needs to go immediately.

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26 thoughts on “Brittany Pettibone’s Home Office Letter

  1. the whole thing is like a bad trip

    i very much fear we won’t be seeing tommy robinson active for much longer

  2. i very much fear we won’t be seeing tommy robinson active for much longer

    No, I think the authorities are hoping he meets with serious harm and can rely on the press to ignore it or say he had it coming.

  3. The standard of English in that letter is atrocious; surely it’s a fake.

    If it’s real then the individual who wrote it may just find themselves on the receiving end of a defamation suit from Tommy Robinson.

  4. The Home Office is refusing to comment on whether the whole thing is real or not.

    Indeed, which is why someone should ask the question in Parliament. Whether this is real or fake, the public need to know either way. But then, Rudd and her ilk have always been better weasels than truth-tellers.

  5. Also “insight” instead of “incite”, a verb which the Home Office must surely know how to spell…

  6. Surely the real thing is just a boilerplate with a few specfics filled in, not a unique letter?

  7. The use of “I” in these sorts of letters are pretty common. Have a quick google, i used “home office immigration letters rejection” and looked at the images. Plenty of examples of the use of “I” when explaining the decision.

    You also see if on shows like Border Force etc where the immigration office when reading from a semi script as to why they are rejecting an applicant form entering the UK, they use “I” when replying to the applicant.

  8. If real, the juxtaposition of this kind of thing with Hug a Jihadi and Give Them A Council House and Free Money For Life is very much not a good look indeed…

  9. Well Tim, it has to be said that judging by the standard of the people selected to stand in airports welcoming us home (/sarc), borderline illiteracy is only to be expected.

    Perhaps sir vince should have added in his list, “when passports were blue, faces were white, and home office officials were capable of writing decent English”

  10. It would hardly be surprising if real, though. After all Geert Wilders was banned from entering the country. And they’re trying as hard as they can to ban Trump.

  11. It reads like English is the writer’s second language. Diversity hire at Luton airport exceeding their remit, perhaps?

  12. Being a member of a “right wing organization” will now get you banned from England?

    The Special Relationship is being sorely strained this week.

    (Methinks that, if this were a fake letter, we’d have heard that from your Home Office by now. Instead, they’re going to stall any reply so that the “fake letter” excuse gets as much mileage as possible.)

  13. Diversity hire at Luton airport exceeding their remit, perhaps?

    It wouldn’t surprise me if they put uneducated immigrants who can barely speak English to man the immigration booths and vet who comes in or out. They seem to have adopted this policy in a lot of British embassies, at any rate.

  14. Methinks that, if this were a fake letter, we’d have heard that from your Home Office by now.

    I expect the Home Office has no idea, and we’ll find out some middle-manager saw fit to write this letter honestly thinking he was allowed to do so, and there’d be no repercussions. And he might be right.

  15. I forgot to mention that Luton is ground zero (pun intended) for the whole Tommy Robinson thing, so it’s not inconceivable that the immigration official might be a Muslim with a grudge

  16. The letter looks photo shopped. The text in the top right hand corner has been cropped.

    What stories did Lauren make up.

  17. I’ve seen worse from public authorities.

    https://travel.stackexchange.com/questions/69115/ive-been-granted-temporary-admission-to-the-uk-for-only-three-days-what-can-i/69127#69127

    See above for another similar botched job (unless this one’s fake too! — you might need to scroll up for the photo).

    Anyway, not a fan of Pettibone at all, but I do think this letter is real.

    Benaud: our public funding is pretty tight, not all printers are properly aligned. Regards.

  18. Tommy Robinson wrote a book (no ghost writer for him) called Enemy of the State. It is worth reading if you want to see how far Britain is dowm the crapper. Plus it will put some cash into his pocket if you buy it (I would NOT recommend you reserve it at the library).

  19. I suspect that the reason that the written English in the letter is so bad is due to the fact that the person who wrote it uses English as a second language. I would also lay a firm bet that the individual in question originally hails from a country where a certain religion of peace is widely practiced.

    The upshot is that Great Britain has let in hordes of foreigners and allowed them to begin taking over the country. The mayor of London is Muslim. The last time I went through English customs I played a game of ‘spot the white guy’ amongst the people working there.

    Brittney in effect wasn’t entering the UK – she was trying to get into one of those shitholes that Trump was recently talking about.

  20. If the letter Brittany Pettibone supposedly received from the Home Office is genuine, Amber Rudd needs to be kicked out of office with as much force as permissible

    Whether it is genuine or not (i think it probably is) Amber Rudd in any case needs to be kicked out of office with as much force as permissible, as she is as useless as her predecessors.

  21. Jack Hughes,

    Indeed. I can’t remember the last time we had a decent Home Secretary.

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  23. The letter is real, it’s just written in PIDGIN ENGLISH, for the UK is full of blacks, Muslims and third world non whites for the supposed sake of diversity. Insofar as such, the home office staff are probably minority white.

    As a result, the letter is written in “Ebonics” because the “Queen’s English” and proper grammar is apparently racist!
    If this WAS fake, we would of heard from the Home Office by now.

  24. It will. in all likely hood, have been issued by an immigration officer at the port of entry (Luton?). The letter header and footer (inc last para) is a standard HO letter template and the middle bit explaining (in not very good English) why they have been refused entry will have been written by the immigration officer, who, it would seem, is not a British native speaker.

    Oh the irony.

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