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Too Little Too Late?

Posted in Britain, Conservative Party, David Cameron, England, European Union, Human Rights, Immigrants, Muslim, News, Sharia Law with tags , , , , on 29/03/2015 by floroy1942

I was somewhat surprised to read in the news last Monday that the government is at last promising moves to crack down on Muslim extremist preachers and Sharia Courts. A great initiative, but could it possibly be too late, for much of the damage has already been done. But there again, better late than never…right!

Cameron - "Damn I Should Have Thought Of This Earlier"

Cameron – “Damn I Should Have Thought Of This Earlier”

To be honest it does make me want to vote Conservative at the election, because there will never be such a plan put forward by that clown Miliband and his Labour Party, for they rely too much on the Muslim vote.

It is well known that certain Muslim areas of British cities and towns are run on the principal of Sharia Law, and the law of the land is being totally ignored. Not only that, for at least twelve years extremist Muslim clerics have been preaching hate to many of the Muslim communities in our midst.

Anjam Choudrey And His Message

Anjam Choudrey And His Message

Remember Abu Qatada and Abu Hamsa? Anjam Choudrey still walks the streets reciting his message of hate to anyone who will listen, and let us not forget our Universities that invite radical clerics to address seminars!

The messages of hate for the British people, our land and traditions have been spread far and wide by these people for more than a decade, and only now will the government do something about it. It really makes you wonder who’s side they are on.

This blatant hate campaign should have been stamped out as soon as it began, and we should have impressed on the Muslim community that we will not stand for it. Either they adapt to our ways or they can leave, it’s as simple as that.

Banned Radical Cleric Sheikh Omar Bakri Mohamed

Banned Radical Cleric Sheikh Omar Bakri Mohamed

It is one thing to go after these people and quite another when we try to deport them, for we have seen with the Qatada and Hamsa cases that they can spin out their appeals for more than ten years before we finally deport them. It is for this reason that I think they should be deported immediately once sufficient proof has been collected, and if they wish to appeal they can do it from their own country.

As we all know, the Human Rights Laws passed on to us by Brussels have been a big thorn in the side of British Justice, for literally thousands of criminals and radicals have escaped deportation by using these laws. It is way past time that the government told Brussels where to shove them, for our own laws have always been adequate in seeing  proper justice done.

Theresa May

Theresa May

Home Secretary Theresa May said on Monday, “To those who choose consciously to reject our values and the basic principles of our society, the message is clear: the game is up. We will no longer tolerate your behaviour.”

Under a Conservative government she said, measures would be brought in to include bans for groups which fell short of current terrorism proscription orders, closure orders to shut down premises owned or used by extremists, and extremism disruption orders to target individuals who incite hatred. Regarding Sharia Law she said there would also be an independent figure commissioned to investigate the use of Islamic law by Sharia councils, used to settle family and inheritance disputes by some British Muslims.

Sadly, the one thing she did not mention is the deportation of offenders, and that in my view is one of the most important factors. There can be little doubt that it is very important to rid the country of all these trouble makers so that those who live here can do so in peace.

Some Muslims Want Peace In Our Land!

Some Muslims Want Peace In Our Land!

I am sure it will be much easier for the average Muslim to assimilate into British society if they do not have a radical cleric whispering subversion in their ear. I am sure we will see a lot less Muslim youth sneaking off to Syria and Iraq to fight with the Islamic State, and Muslim criminals will certainly be less troublesome if they know they can no longer hide behind the Human Rights laws to stay in the country.

I am fairly sure that if we take the right steps to eradicate Muslim subversion Britain will be a lot happier place to live. Let’s hope it happens!


The Cat Fight – May Purrs While Clark Bites

Posted in Britain, Conservative Party, Extradition, Human Rights, UK with tags , , , , , on 09/10/2011 by floroy1942

Not for the first time Ken Clark (Justice Ministry) is in a ‘spat’ with a fellow Cabinet colleague, and this time he had Theresa May (Home Secretary) in his sights.

Theresa May At The Conference

This last week has seen the news filled with reports of Ken hitting out at her over remarks she made on The Human Rights Act and deportation at the Conservative Party Conference. As usual, he is totally out of touch with the mainstream of opinion among the public when it comes to criminality and the deportation of undesirables.

Theresa May speech extract:

Theresa May made a point during her speech that too many criminals and  terrorist suspects were successfully avoiding jail sentences and/or deportation using the Human Rights Act, in particular Article 8 which states:

Article 8: The Right to Privacy

(1) Everyone has the right for his private and family life, his home and his correspondence.

(2) There shall be no interference by a public authority with the exercise of this right except such as is in accordance with the law and is necessary in a democratic society in the interests of national security, public safety or the economic well-being of the country, for the prevention of disorder or crime, for the protection of health or morals, or for the protection of the rights and freedoms of others.

The article itself does not prohibit sentencing of criminals and terror suspects, but unscrupoulus lawyers have twisted its meaning over the years to mean something totally different than was originally intended. Judges too appear to be afraid of the Act insofar as they appear to always err on the side of caution when making  judgments in such cases.

To any normal person, the key phrase would be “in the interests of national security, public safety or the economic well-being of the country”.

This does not imply that a confessed criminal can get off because he has five children who depend on him, or a terrorist can avoid deportation because he has family in the UK. 

Ken's Not Happy

In the days following the speech, Ken Clark was obviously feeling ‘hot under the coller’ and let loose with a string of jibes at the Home Secretary about the particular reference she made to a cat being responsible for preventing a terror suspect from being deported. He refused to believe that such a case existed.

Ken Clark Reaction:

Naturally enough, this whole business was accompanied by a whole string of ‘cat’ jokes, but it took the Daily Telegraph newspaper to finally unearth the ‘cat story’.

In 2008, a Bolivian deportee was allowed to stay “because he had been with his ‘boyfriend’ for four years, and together they owned a cat called Maya”. The Judge, James Devittie, concluded under the Section 8 plea, seperating the man from his friend and cat after four years would cause him ’emotional trauma’, and the cat reinforced this to a major extent. The judge spoke of “the increasing significance of pets” in many countries when making such decisions.

After this little ‘gem’ appeared on the front pages, you would expect Ken to retire to his corner with egg on his face, but not our Ken, he is a cat fighter after all.

Theresa May is campaigning for the abandonment of The Human Rights Charter, and to some extent I can go along with that, BUT, in the case of Article Eight, it is not the rule that is at fault, it is the interpretation. Using the Act (the above quotation) correctly does not mean judges have to bow down to it and release criminals with a family, or terrorist suspects with a cat.

This is what is currently wrong with our present justice system, the judges are afraid of it,  and it is up to Ken Clark to give the proper leadership and insist that it is interpreted correctly!

Theresa May speech in full.



Burgler’s Prison Sentence Breaches His Human Rights!

Posted in Benefits, Britain, Children, England, Human Rights, Insanity, Justice, Parenting, Prison, Theft, UK with tags , , , , , on 28/05/2011 by floroy1942

Now I know the British Justice system is rotten to the core! It has been announced that convicted burglar Wayne Bishop has been released on appeal after serving six weeks of an eight month sentence for burglary and dangerous driving.

Unthinkable Reunion

Why? Because it breached his right to respect for family life under article eight of the Human Rights Convention. So argued his lawyer Ian Wise, as he pointed out that Bishop was the sole carer of his five children during the evenings. According to the clever Mr. Wise, the eight month sentence had had a “disproportionate’ impact on Bishop’s family life and the children should have been a “primary consideration”.

Quoting article eight of the Human Rights Convention Wise told the appeal judges;  “We submit that the judge erred in law in failing to have proper or any regard to the children that he (Bishop) was the sole carer for. The interests of the children should be central to the decision making process where children are affected by a decision.”

A Scroungers Best Friend

In other words, if you want to be a criminal, make sure you have plenty of dependent children and you can get away with murder! Oh! And like Mr. Bishop, make sure you are on benefits as well!

At least one MP will be happy with the decision, and that’s Ken Clark, because at least Mr. Bishop will not be a burden on the tax payer while in prison. On second thoughts, he will be making more money on the outside drawing his benefits, but that won’t come under the Justice Minister anyway, so who cares!

Tired Of Your Job?

All this just proves how messed up the legal system and human rights law in Britain is. With each passing day we hear more and more ridiculous stories, like my post yesterday about one of Mugabe’s torturers being given sanctuary in Britain.

Just how much longer will it be before we get back to a sane system of justice that puts the fear of God into criminals so they do not want to offend again.

There can be little doubt we have not heard the last of this ruling for it has set a precedent in law, and will be used again.

Whatever happened to: If you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime! I guess its irrelavant now because there is no ‘time’ anymore.


When The Law Is An Ass!

Posted in Arab, Britain, Children, England, Government, Human Rights, Immigrants, Justice, Modern World, MP's, Muslim, Parenting, Police, Political Correctness, Prison, UK with tags , , , , , , , , on 17/12/2010 by floroy1942

Supposedly, the law is all about justice, but the sad fact is, these days it means very little and is often farcical. This is true of a monumental miscarriage of justice in Britain being discussed at the moment.

Ibrahim - Not Even Remorse

In 2003 a failed Iraqi immigrant ran over a 12 year-old girl on the streets of Blackburn, England, and ran off, leaving her dying, trapped under the wheels of his car. The immigrant, Aso Mohammed Ibrahim, had previously been caught three times driving while being banned and for having no insurance, and was awaiting deportation after a failed bid to remain in the UK.

After the accident, Ibrahim was charged with driving while banned and failing to stop after an accident. He served a four month jail sentence and was released. Unbelievably, he was never charged with manslaughter over the child’s death and got away ‘scot free’ for killing the girl.

Ibrahim had previously entered the country claiming asylum because, being an Iraqi Kurd, he was ‘persecuted’ by Saddam Hussein’s regime. He was due for deportation in December 2009, but after release from prison in 2003 he had met a British woman and got married, having two children with her.

British Justice - Not So Impartial Anymore

As a result of his family status, despite being convicted of a string of offences, including, drugs possession, criminal damage and theft, he will be allowed permanent residence in the UK because his lawyer argued he has a right to family life under Article 8 of the Human Rights Act. To me that is a crock of baloney!

The Bereaved Father Fighting For Justice

The father, Paul Housten, whose only child was mown down by Ibrahim and thereby has no family any more, has been trying for the past seven years to get justice for his daughter, but sadly, the law was not up to the task. Once again we see an immigrant playing the human rights card to his advantage.

I find it inconceivable that he was never brought to trial for the death of the young child, and the sad thing is, he has never shown remorse for the death he caused. All the law seemed interested in was that he had, once again, been driving without a licence and that he fled the scene of the accident. An innocent child died, but her death meant nothing to the legal profession. Anyone who was not an immigrant would have been charged with the young girls death and spent several years in prison.

Amy - The Innocent Victim

There is without doubt one law for native Brits and one for immigrants, and that is to say the least shameful! The laws in Britain are in urgent need of overhaul, because at the moment, they always favour the criminal at the expense of the victim. This has been demonstrated time and again during the last twenty years.

The government has promised a review of the human rights laws in Britain, but I fear as always, they will not go far enough. That terrorists and immigrants can use these laws to escape deportation or even prosecution for crimes committed is appalling. These laws have been usurped and twisted by dubious lawyers time and again in order to get their clients ‘off’, and the only people who can put a stop to it is the government. Are they up to the task? I doubt it!



Today the government has issued a statement to say there will be an appeal against the ruling by the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal in this case. PM Cameron has expressed his outrage at the ruling which he says has: “Left me with great anger”. The UK Border Agency will appeal the decision at the Upper Tribunal in the hope of getting a just decision.

Let us hope that eventually, justice will be served.

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