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Cameron And The Human Rights Act

Posted in Britain, Conservative Party, David Cameron, European Union, Human Rights, Immigrants, Justice, News, Politics with tags , , , , on 31/05/2015 by floroy1942
A Man With A Hard Job Ahead Of Him.

A Man With A Hard Job Ahead Of Him.

The European Human Rights Act (EHRA) has for years been a bone of contention in the United Kingdom. Now it seems that David Cameron is trying to get it replaced with a British Human Rights Act (BHRA). I wish him luck, but it seems it will be a hard road to follow.

Already some Tory backbenchers are rebelling against the decision, some after having quiet conversations with Nicola Sturgeon who is dead against the idea. She is very busy sowing the seeds of dissension among Cameron’s backbenchers to back up her own refusal to accept the planned legislation.

Nicola Sturgeon - A Woman Who Knows What She Wants And How To Get It!

Nicola Sturgeon – A Woman Who Knows What She Wants And How To Get It!

What some of these people do not seem to realize is that immigrant criminals, and even British criminals are making a joke of British justice by using this act to escape proper punishment, or in the case of many immigrants, to evade deportation. The list of problems caused by this Act is endless, and it fails to ensure that justice is done in many areas.

Before Tony Blair brought in the HRA in 1998 there was nothing wrong with the justice system in this country. It worked well, for all classes of people. Justice was done and more importantly, seen to be done. Now we have a pot pourri of laws that allow many criminals to escape proper justice because of the dictates from Strasbourg.

The HRA is intended to protect ‘right to life, privacy, and free speech’ among others, but when you look at life in the U.K. today, at least free speech has been successfully stifled by Tony Blair’s Race Laws which protect immigrants. Say a single word against immigrants on the street today and you are immediately arrested. But as we all know, the reverse is not true!

Rights For Whom?

Rights For Whom?

There have been many cases of immigrant career criminals that our courts have not been able to deport because of Article 8 of the EHRA, which is the so-called ‘Right to Family Life’. So we are forced to allow them to stay and they continue with their chosen profession.

As I have often said, it took more than ten years before Britain could deport the two Muslim Imams who were recruiting impressionable young Muslims to go and fight for the Jihad. You may remember Abu Qatada and Abu Hamsa. Ten years of constant appeals to the Human Rights Court in Strasbourg about one thing or another, but we won eventually, even if it did cost the tax payer many millions.

Aso Mohammed Ibrahim Will Be Allowed To Remain In The UK Despite Leaving Amy Houston, 12 Dying In The Road.

Aso Mohammed Ibrahim Was Allowed To Remain In The UK Despite Leaving Amy Houston, 12 Dying In The Road.

There is also another story I wrote about an immigrant career criminal who ran over a small girl with his car. He stopped, got out of the car and looked at her, but instead of trying to help he drove over her with his rear wheels and sped off. Needless to say she died. The Justice system wanted to deport him because of his continuous criminal activities but couldn’t because he claimed a right to family life with an English girl he married. They did not live in the same town let alone the same house, but Strasbourg told Britain we could not deport him. Such is the Human Rights Act in all its glory!

It is true that there is much good in the Act for it protects many otherwise vulnerable people, but there are areas where it goes much too far, especially in the area of crime. Now the Court wants to stop us sentencing serial murderers and rapists to life imprisonment for example! They say we must review the case every so often with a view to releasing these maniacs!

The Fate Of British Justice

The Fate Of British Justice

Believe me when I say we would be much better off without this millstone around our necks, and introduce a proper Bill of Rights for the U.K. One that at least ensures that justice can be done as in the old days, but at the same time protects the vulnerable. What we have now is totally inadequate, for it can be misused in many ways by those wishing to escape justice.

Roy.

The EU Is Now Too Big For Its Boots

Posted in Britain, Equality, European Union, Government, Human Rights, Immigration, Justice, News, Politics, UK with tags , , , , on 30/03/2014 by floroy1942

A news item today confirms to me that the European Union has become too big, too bureaucratic and too powerful. It concerns a demonstration in Brussels Belgium of people demonstrating for separatism. Those demonstrating were from as far afield as Catalan in Spain, Scotland, South Tyrol, and the majority from Flemish Belgium.

Brussels DemonstrationThey were demonstrating for separatism from their parent countries, wishing to control their own destiny instead of relying on government from their nations capital. But it made me think hard about all the rules that are being applied across all member states by a bunch of bureaucrats in Brussels. Slowly, bit by bit, countries have relinquished individual freedoms to these people, and in mine, and I might add many other people’s opinions, it has gone way too far.

Member StatesThe basic concept of mutual defence among the European nations has now reached a stage where all important decisions relating to the governance of a country have been handed over to Brussels. European nations now have to bow to the justice system and the immigration laws as dictated by the nameless, faceless politicians in Brussels. Not only these, but many other policies adopted by governments across the bloc. This has had a catastrophic effect on the livelihoods of the majority of its citizens.

After Ten Years Abu Qatada Is Finally Deported

After Ten Years Abu Qatada Is Finally Deported

Britain in particular has been hard hit by these rules from the EU, in particular concerning justice and immigration. Our laws and justice have been withered away by rules from Brussels, and in particular the CHR in Strasbourg in that we can no longer deport undesirables, and we must release from prison hardened murderers, rapists and pedophiles because we have “infringed on their Human Rights”. As a good example of EU interference, let me remind everybody that it took more than ten years to deport the radical Muslim clerics Abu Qatada and Abu Hamsa from our shores after their constant appeals to the CHR in Strasbourg.

Foreign Workers In Britain

Foreign Workers In Britain

On the immigration side we have been forced into accepting people from all over Europe to come and work here, thus taking jobs away from ethnic British which is one reason why we have such high unemployment figures. We have to pay them benefits, which most of them send to their own country, at a time when we are staggering under the weight of millions of immigrants allowed in by the traitor Tony Blair and his corrupt government. Our Social Services are close to collapse, and there is insufficient housing for our own people to the extent where the government has now decided we must build new cities on ‘Green Belt’ land.

Is this country supposed to accept immigrants until the whole country is built on? Perhaps in years to come people will travel from all corners of the country to view the last tree standing in Britain! But at least all the immigrants will have homes to live in!

One thing we should also bear in mind is that the EU is pressing for Turkey to become a member. Should that happen, under the current rules we can expect a flood of Turks coming to Europe to find work. Although most may well try Germany, we can certainly expect more than our fair share, especially with our generous benefits system.

EU Member States

EU Member States

Britain is of course not the only country that suffers under the EU yoke. Germany, France, Belgium, Denmark all have problems with too many immigrants, but many are at least more sensible with the way they give out benefits. Only Britain has officials standing on the docks and at airports waiting to hand out the first benefit payments to immigrants. In countries like Germany for example they have to work for, I believe, five years before they receive any benefits. Also they have taken a stronger stance against the interference from the CHR in Strasbourg. Makes you wonder why we cannot do the same thing. I guess its all down to our weak politicians.

We Give More Than We Recieve

We Give More Than We Receive

I am not advocating that the EU should be scrapped, but there has to be a limit on the power they hold and the amount of interference they can wield in a country’s affairs. They are perfectly capable of representing European countries on the international stage, and of course some form of mutual defence pact is also important, but they have to be stopped from dictating how a country runs it’s internal affairs.

Many believe we are headed for a United States of Europe, but that will probably mean that all power will be yielded to Brussels by all member states. That in my view is a very dangerous precedent.

Roy.

Ken (Clark) Finally Gets Something Right!

Posted in Britain, Conservative Party, England, Europe, Extradition, Human Rights, Immigrants, Justice, Nick Clegg, UK with tags , , , , on 19/11/2011 by floroy1942

Ken's On A Roll!

After a year of bumbling, Ken Clark the Justice Secretary, has at last got his priorities right and is doing something useful for a change. It seems he is finally taking positive steps to stop the endless court appeals of people who are due for deportation from the UK.

Ever since the European Human Rights Act (EHRA) came into force in 1998, anyone who is rejected the ‘Right of Abode’ in Britain for criminal or others reasons has had the legal right to appeal a deportation order time after time. This has meant that they could stay in the country at tax payers expense for years while their endless appeals are heard.

Danga and Girlfriend - How Can She Have Two Children With a Twice Convicted Rapist?

The stories of callous criminals who have used this Act are endless. William Danga, a Congolese convicted of raping two young girls (one aged four) was released in 2006 after serving just half of a ten year sentence. He was ordered to be deported but claimed he ‘lost’ his passport which prevented it. He then jumped on the ‘appeal train’ and used the well-tried ‘Article 8’ (Right to Family Life) of the EHRA because he had children with his english girlfriend. He has since been arrested and convicted on fresh rape charges, and sentenced to fifteen years after which authorities will try once again to deport him.

Ibrahim - A Callous Killer

Just two months ago, Nigerian rapist Akindoyin Akinshipe also used the same defence and beat his deportation order. Some time ago I reported on Aso Mohammed Ibrahim, an Iraqi Kurd with a long criminal history, who sidestepped deportation after he ran over a 12 year-old girl with his car and left her to die in the road. He too used the Article 8 ‘right to family life’ defence.

In fact a total of 200 immigrant criminals have won the right of abode in the UK using the infamous Act, which to me is a shocking state of affairs. The whole sordid affair is an outrage to common decency and an insult to the good people of any nation.

Open To Misuse

Now it seems our judiciary are moving towards a UK Bill of Rights that could replace the Human Rights Act if the Conservatives have their way, however, it is reported that Nick Clegg of the Liberal Party is saying the EHRA must stay and is opposed to the idea. If that is true, then I have one thing to say to Mr. Clegg: “Sir! You are a disgrace” (and I am being very kind and very polite!!!!!!).

Ken Clark said the new laws would put an end to the situation where “everybody who’s just lost his arguments about deportation should be able to go there and get in the queue, wait a few years to get it all re-heard again when he’s lost the argument three times already”.

Council of Europe - Member Countries

It is Britain’s turn to hold the chairmanship of the Council of Europe, which oversees the court, and this began earlier this month. Mr Clarke said: “A lot of member states have been pushing for similar things, and a lot of them believe a British chairmanship is the best time to deliver it, and they think we’re the best hope of drawing this to a conclusion. The term human rights, it gets misused. There is a tendency in this country for the words human rights to get thrown about as much as health and safety. Both of them get hopelessly misused.” Well, I have to say you got that right Ken! 

He says the agreement with the European Court of Human Rights could be agreed as early as  April next year at a conference to be held in London. Personally, I think tomorrow would be better!!!!

Roy. 

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