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Old 15th July 2016, 09:59   #1 (permalink)
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Now get us out of the human rights too

Back in April, when she was still in favour of Britain staying in the EU, Theresa May gave a speech in which she said even if we voted to Remain it wouldn’t prevent us pulling out of the European Convention on Human Rights.

Now that we’ve voted to Leave, what’s she waiting for?

If Mother Theresa really believes Brexit means Brexit, she should immediately instruct her new Justice Secretary Liz Truss to give notice that we intend to withdraw from the Convention and replace it with a British Bill of Rights.

After all, this was a Conservative manifesto commitment at the last General Election. The groundwork was prepared by Michael Gove and Chris Grayling, but Call Me Dave pulled the plug, claiming withdrawal would be ‘too difficult’.

Now that Cameron’s gone, it is May’s chance to show that she meant at least part of what she said during the referendum campaign. The Brexit vote has given us a golden opportunity to extricate ourselves not just from the EU but every single European institution which works against our best interests.

Although the Court of Human Rights is a separate entity from the EU, member states are obliged to obey its rulings. Yet despite this condition, Theresa believed we could disentangle ourselves without leaving the EU.

Now we’re heading for the exit, there’s nothing stopping us.

The simplest way is for Parliament to repeal Labour’s 1998 Human Rights Act, which incorporated the Convention into British law —described by Tony Blair as his greatest achievement in politics.

The Human Rights racket is the most pernicious piece of legislation ever to find its way onto the statute book.

As some of us warned at the time, it has proved to be a charter for crooks, terrorists, murderers, rapists and illegal immigrants — as well as being a goldmine for lawyers, such as Blair’s missus, the Wicked Witch, and her Left-wing colleagues at Matrix Chambers, aka Nonces ’R’ Us.

It has been used by politically motivated ambulance-chasers such as Birmingham-based Phil Shyster to hound brave British soldiers over fictitious claims of war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan. Other people have found themselves persecuted for their Christian beliefs.

And how many times have we been told we can’t deport foreign criminals because it would be a breach of their human rights?

Take the latest case of an illegal Somalian immigrant, Abdi Waise, who was supposed to have been kicked out of Britain after serving six years of an eight-year sentence for raping a young woman he snatched off the street in 2008.

His deportation order was stayed in 2013 when lawyers — paid out of legal aid, natch — launched an appeal on human rights grounds.

Three weeks after he was released on licence, Waise struck again, posing as a police officer in an attempt to kidnap young children on their way to school in North London and ply them with drugs. One of his victims was an 11-year-old girl.

Waise has a string of convictions, including robbery, theft and possession of cannabis. He was also charged with two sexual offences, including an attempted rape involving throttling, both of which were dropped. A further charge of attempting to kidnap a 15-year-old girl was left on file.

Yesterday, at Wood Green Crown Court, he was convicted of supplying class-B drugs, kidnap and attempted kidnap. Judge Witold Pawlak expressed astonishment that the deportation order had not been enforced three years ago. ‘If he had been deported then, all those children would not have gone through their unfortunate experiences.’

Precisely, but this case is pretty much par for the course.

Now get us out of the human rights racket, too: If Mother Theresa really believes Brexit means Brexit, she must put an end to the stronghold EU courts have over the UK, writes RICHARD LITTLEJOHN | Daily Mail Online
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Old 15th July 2016, 10:31   #2 (permalink)
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Ever since the Brexit vote, there has been an argument about the future status of EU citizens currently living here. Clearly it would be absurd and unfair to expel anyone who came here legally, is working, paying taxes and making a contribution to society.

But that shouldn’t mean we have to continue to give houseroom to foreign undesirables, rough sleepers, welfare scroungers, gangsters, murderers, rapists, terrorists, beggars, muggers and cashpoint crooks who have set up shop here — and who at present we seem powerless to deport.

Three weeks ago, Britain voted emphatically to leave the EU, to regain the right to make our own laws and control our own borders.

Our inability to manage immigration and kick out those who don’t belong here was a decisive factor.

Leaving the EU will only partly solve the problem. Getting out of the European human rights stranglehold will be a major contribution to restoring our national sovereignty.

A glorious, independent future awaits once we are free of the shackles of foreign laws laid down by judges we can’t name and didn’t appoint.

So what are you waiting for, Theresa?
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Re: Now get us out of the human rights too

Nail on the head.............secure borders. We are not a war with Europe, we are at war with some of the sh*t that's freely travelling through Europe unchallenged to get here.
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Re: Now get us out of the human rights too

Well said Norman.
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Re: Now get us out of the human rights too

Mrs May has already confirmed that there is not a large enough block if votes in Tory ranks.

So easy to blame " uman rites mate " when the law is ready to be used properly and Judges fail in their duty repeatedly.

I blame private education.

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