By Southwest Nationalist. With due apologies to all readers, it’s Nick Clegg again! – yes, we’re all sick of him, even the Liberal Democrats are, but this had to be worth bringing to people’s attention – this time with comments on the Human Rights Act and European Convention on Human Rights.
There we have it, in words of one syllable, thank you for making that clear Nick.
Under the Liberal Democrats watch it is here to stay. The insane European Convention on Human Rights, given further legal effect in the UK.
Foreign rapists and terrorists we cannot deport are here to stay, it’s against their human rights.
Every single decision has to be made with reference to a code of rights that is arbitrary, senseless, and often reaches decisions which fly in the face of common sense.
If sanity prevails and they fail on human rights here, there is always an EU court for you to fall back on.
A vast and tangled legal bureaucracy which reaches its tentacles into every aspect of our existence is here to stay.
That’s what voting Liberal Democrat gets you, your rights given away under the guise of a human rights act.
Who among you can honestly say that Britain is a better place for the insanity of the Human Rights Act?
It isn’t, it has become a comedy of the absurd, a land where a foreign killer can be allowed to remain here and funded by the taxpayer because throwing him out would interfere with his family life
A land where rights are accorded to all who violate our rights.
Human Rights has handed all rights to the perpetrator, and taken all rights away from the victim, victims to be, or the nation as a whole.
Human Wrongs would be a more apt name for the way in which the whole legislation is enacted and applied, and for the damage which it does to our society.
Still, Nick Clegg – and I promise to try my best not mention him again in an article for at least a week, we’re all sick of him – supports it.
Just for Nicks benefit though, is this a triumph for human rights? – Iraqi Kurd Aso Mohammed Ibrahim who left 12 year old Amy Houston to die under his car after a hit and run gets to stay in UK because of human rights laws – BBC.
Enough said, surely there must be a human right which classes every word Clegg says as torture or degrading treatment.
Maybe it’s worth a test case?