African woman pregnant with quintuplets flew to Britain for their £200,000 birth, and now is fighting to stay for their further care

Bimbo Ayelabola with her British-born babies
(Sophia A. asks: “Would you call this a Bimbo eruption?”)

Why do Westerners keep allowing this kind of thing to happen and seem so utterly helpless and lacking in will to stop it? (See also the previous entry.)

The answer is simple. Whites have lost two essential and normal things: their belief in themselves in relation to other peoples and nations (which exists on what I call the horizontal dimension), and their belief in right (which exists on what I call the vertical dimension). Without those two, related beliefs, whites are left with two false and perverted beliefs that have replaced them: a conviction in their own unappeasable guilt in relation to nonwhites, and a belief in their unlimited obligation to help nonwhites. As long as this remains the whites’ dominant belief system, they and their civilization are doomed. It’s all over but the shouting, or rather the kvetching.

Here is the article from The Sun (which has several more photos):

A NIGERIAN mum who headed for Britain when she learned she was pregnant is battling to stay after having QUINS, The Sun can reveal.

Within days of discovering she was expecting she obtained a visitor’s visa for Britain.

And she ended up getting the best treatment possible on the NHS following an emergency Health Service scan which showed she was expecting four babies.

After months of taxpayer-funded care—costing an estimated £200,000—Bimbo had a complex Caesarean op 32 weeks into her pregnancy on April 28.

Doctors at Homerton Hospital, in Hackney, East London, then discovered there was a fifth baby.

Now, two months later, Bimbo is applying to the Home Office to extend her stay in the UK because boys Tayseel and Samir and girls Aqeelah, Binish and Zara—although healthy—are too fragile to fly home.

Bimbo is also arguing that there is no “support network” of family and friends left in Nigeria to help her bring up her kids because they are all in the UK already.

Bimbo’s husband Ohi, 37, is not. He came to Britain to visit her in hospital but fled back to Nigeria after discovering it was a multiple pregnancy and he faced being responsible for the brood.

The Home Office will now decide whether to grant Bimbo a six-month extension of her visa which expired on June 27.

Officials are also considering sending her a bill for the huge cost of her six months of care which included treatment by consultants, paediatricians, nurses, midwives, social workers and back-up staff. But Bimbo would be unable to pay anyway.

She insists she had no idea she was expecting more than one child when she sought a UK visa after getting pregnant in November.

Bimbo had bought supplies of the fertility drug Clomid over the counter in Lagos and began taking two a day—double the recommended dose. The drug is also supposed to be taken for five to seven days. But Bimbo popped the pills for two months before discovering she was pregnant—and deciding to head for London.

She said: “I had already had miscarriages and couldn’t bear the stress another pregnancy would cause. So I decided to visit my family in London. I thought I would stand a much better chance of avoiding another miscarriage in a calmer place with friends and family. Now if I go back I’ll be on my own without even a roof over my head. My entire family support network, three sisters, four aunts and virtually all my school friends, live here.”

Bimbo is helped by her sister Stella, 26, and a Nigerian school pal. They take turns to feed the babies in Stella’s two-bedroom flat in Poplar, East London. But they are struggling to make ends meet as each baby costs £70-a-week in milk formula and nappies alone. Bimbo is being backed by immigration lawyer Mark Dada. He has applied to the Home Office for her to stay.

But a Home Office spokesman said: “The NHS is a national health service, not an international one. We expect those with no right to be in the UK to leave. otherwise we will remove them.”

Tory MP Chris Skidmore said: “It’s not acceptable for health tourism to continue in the way it has done.”

There’s also a piece on Bimbo the Magic Mother at the Mail.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at July 05, 2011 08:04 PM | Send

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