Friday, December 2, 2016

The Siberian Hamster Owner Is No More... Manuel, Knows Nothing...


The Siberian Hamster Owner Is No More...
Manuel, Knows Nothing...
by Nicholas Ashton, CEO/CIO, CommSmart Global Group - Virtual Crime Center

Those who never viewed Fawlty Towers or Farty Towels, Know Nothing!

This week we lost the most well-known migrant from Barcelona, Spain, Manuel of the short comedy series 'Fawlty Towers, written by John Cleese and Connie Booth.

The Siberian Hamster was Manuel's ''Basil the Rat" and the last in the series. If I sound like I was well connected with the BBC series, I was, with the millions who laughed our asses off for the twelve only episodes, which by the way, I own!

Manuel played by the beloved Andrew Sachs, who passed on this week, was an immigrant who was put down each week by his boss in the most outrageous ways and we all laughed.  

Bullied beyond belief and we found it funny.  Immigrants whether legal or illegal are ill used, mistreated and live in fear.  They should not!  

Britain, and America were and are built on immigrants who came to these lands and toiled to make them what they are today.  Sadly, they are not as pleasant as some people think and most misuse information on immigrants is swept under the carpet.

Illegal immigrants are a concern as the headlines and police reports show us. The borders of the USA are compromised each and every day as these people flow freely across the non-existent wall. Including drug dealers and potential terrorists. 

Great Britain has suffered and continued with immigrants which the European Union states they must accept.  British law enforcement will tell that once this free flow of European immigrants started, crime on the streets changed radically, rape, sexual crimes, human trafficking, drugs, knifings and petty crime, such as pick-pocketing increased beyond understanding.  British police introduced the 'Stab Vest' for all officers, that is how bad it was and still is.

I digress from our famous migrant, Manuel, (Andrew Sachs), we love you admired your capabilities as an actor we loved and you have left a glowing mark on us all.  

 'I Know Nothing...'    Thank you. 




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