Sunday, June 24, 2012

Here we go again

Why is it that the judiciary and politicians conspire by badly written and unwanted laws to allow people the majority do not want here to remain in this country?
An Afghan Muslim who claims he killed people while fighting for the Taliban has used the Human Rights Act to remain in Britain – despite Government efforts to deport him.
Zareen Ahmadzai, who spent three years fighting in Afghanistan, has admitted using a Kalashnikov rifle and firing rockets, as well as supplying weapons and food to the Taliban.
The Home Office rejected his claim for asylum, and when his appeal also failed, Ahmadzai was detained at Harmondsworth immigration removal centre in West London while awaiting deportation.
Yet when the 30-year-old – who initially did not speak English – mounted a fresh appeal, he was able to overturn the Home Office’s case on the grounds that his life would be at risk if he returned home.
The decision is another setback for Home Secretary Theresa May, who is under pressure to reform human rights laws following a series of high-profile cases in which Muslim extremists have avoided deportation.
Yes, that's right, a guy who arrived here illegally, couldn't speak the language, boasts he may have murdered people, possibly even British troops is allowed to stay because he claims his life might be in danger.
I know what most of my fellow countrymen will be thinking and it will be something along the lines of  'that's your problem, not mine.'
Again and again the Human Right Act has been used to allow undesirables to remain here often enough living on benefits whom the indigenous population neither want or are prepared to tolerate. Yet our idiot politicians and the judiciary who interpret the laws our idiot politicians put on the statute books have allowed the situation to persist beyond the point of madness.
Come the election time however none of the main parties will even have the removal of this odious act in their manifesto's. Indeed none of them will even have the option of leaving the EU to close the asylum door in their manifesto's either.
It strikes me that a vote for one of the big three is a wasted vote, they obviously will not give us what we want, just mealy mouthed platitudes and broken promises.

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DerekP said...

A vote for the LibLabCon, or the Green party, is a vote to destroy our country and our civilisation.

Anonymous said...

I don't vote LibLabCon, they are the same party anyway. UKIP and BNP for me.

ReefKnot said...

And who is funding this guy's legal team I wonder ? Who is paying to allow him to make and win his appeal? Would it be the same group of people stupid enough to continue to fund his existence here - paying housing benefit etc ? Why yes, step forward the good old British taxpayer.

Anonymous said...

What makes him think his life won't be in danger if he remains here?
Sometimes, being an ex-squaddie allows you the opportunity of looking at alternative solutions.