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mercurydancer

LE
Book Reviewer
#1
May's migrant cat claim

BBC News - Theresa May under fire over deportation cat claim

It appears that the Lovely Ms May has tried to start up a cat fight and ended up in the litter tray. She should really have checked her facts... the cat was part of proof that the couple were together. Not quite the same as the cat was the reason why the chap was allowed to stay indefinitely, but there is something a little dodgy about attributing pet ownership to permanent entitlement to stay.

What is astounding is how rapidly and how nasty the responses were... RCJ hardly waited till the end of happy hour at the Cheshire (Cat) Cheese before issuing a response. Even the fat pussy Ken Clarke catcalled Ms May.

Certainly the funniest faux paws of the Tory conference.
 
#3
What is astounding, is how this comes under the heading of 'news.'

How boring are these conferences nowadays? How lazy are journos getting?

Complete and utter shoite.
 
#5
Its a very sad day when our senior politicians make tabloid jounalism look well researched and balanced. What an idiot; she must have known this was bollox and would be challenged. She should resign immediately on the grounds of being unfit to run a department of state due to chronic stupidity!
 
#6
I so wanted to be there when some apparatchik informed her that another apparatchik had fed her a pack of lies

I bet it started with ranting full of expletives, a huge does of panic followed by some face-palm and a calmed-down request to apparatchik Nº3 to . . "****ing SORT THIS OUT SO I DONT SEEM A BIGGER **** THAN I ALREADY LOOK!"
 
#7
The fact that some Bolivian illegal immigrant was even able to have the fact he had a cat offered up as 'evidence' to support his claim to stay in the UK is in and of itself part and parcel of the problem.
That's it. There's gonna be a huge drop in stray pets as every dodgy Dago is going to find yet another reason to 'prove' one thing or another to stay. Battersea will have to close it's doors due to lack of 'customers'

And for all those dodgy Nigerian and Ugandan's who suddenly 'find' their blatant homosexuality when it comes to deportation, should be forced to a test of weeks of sweaty man-love with a Government licensened group of obese middle-aged bears.
 
#8
The fact that some Bolivian illegal immigrant was even able to have the fact he had a cat offered up as 'evidence' to support his claim to stay in the UK is in and of itself part and parcel of the problem.
****! We should make you King of Everything. Is there no bounds to your knowlege? No job that can keep you off the internet for more than a single minute?
Are WE all you have?
 
#16
It's pretty easy to laugh at stuff like this, whatever your political views might be.

This is PC Sharon Beshenivsky. She's not laughing - 'cos she's dead.



She was murdered during an armed robbery carried out by this gentleman, Mustaf Jama, and a diverse, multicultural group of associates.



At the time of the murder, Jama had just been released from prison for another robbery. He was still in England because the government decided that deporting him back to his native Somalia would have breached his human rights, despite the fact that he was assessed as being likely to re-offend.

In a nutshell, Jama's human rights were judged to outweigh those of his victim.

He fled to Somalia immediately after the murder where he was apprehended, allegedly by a squadron of meaty fellows with black nasty over their eyes, and returned to the UK.

Jama is now serving a 35 year tariff. A friend, who helped him evade capture, served 18 months and was scheduled for deportation back to the dark continent. He appealed, on human rights grounds, and is now happily living off benefits somewhere in the north of England. You could not, as they say make it up.

If there is a single nugget of humour anywhere in that tale, I have yet to find it.

For every silly season human rights story about the family cat, there are many more about real suffering, like that endured by the Beshenivsky family, being caused by this Act.

For every Daily Mail outrage-o-gram about child killers suing for access to hard core porn in prison, there are real horror stories about convicted paedophiles getting unsupervised access to their kids due to their "right to private and family life".

For every leftie whose chest swells with pride as he tells you that Abu Hamza got £1 million in legal aid to ensure that his human rights weren't violated, there are people dying because their local hospital won't fund ten thousand quids worth of drugs. Incredibly, the Human Rights Act protects Somalian murderers but it does not apply to NHS patients!

Our government should be ashamed of the fact that it has been in power for over a year and has done nothing about this disgraceful legislation. Removing legal aid funding for anybody and everybody who wants to sue under the HRA would stop the worst abuses of the Act. It would also be great to see all of those learned champions of human rights suddenly not being so keen any more if they had to work on a no win no fee basis.
 
#17
It has to be stated the Human Rights Act,at the instigation of a party of traitors has done much damage to Britain,while at the same time benefitted those of Matrix Chambers hansomely.As one would say,you couldn't make it up.

This henious Act should be repealed forthwith.The continued retention of this Act is an insult to every hard-working law-abiding Briton.

Blair and his venal traitor of a wife should be executed.
 
#18
It has to be stated the Human Rights Act,at the instigation of a party of traitors has done much damage to Britain,while at the same time benefitted those of Matrix Chambers hansomely.As one would say,you couldn't make it up.

This henious Act should be repealed forthwith.The continued retention of this Act is an insult to every hard-working law-abiding Briton.

Blair and his venal traitor of a wife should be executed.
Sorry, not allowed any more. They have a cat.
 

mercurydancer

LE
Book Reviewer
#19
AM

I understand perfectly well about PC Beshinevsky, who died in the line of duty. If its to get technical, then murder is the ultimate denial of PC Beshinevsky's human rights. It was Jama who pulled the trigger and he got sentenced for it. That is the way our justice system works, and with Jama, he is in jail where he should be.

All murders and horrible incidents can be prevented in retrospect... If Jama had been denied asylum and if... for dozens of ifs... all of which would logically have prevented PC Beshinevsky's death. In this instance it comes down to Jama pulling the trigger of a gun on a police officer. Its his decision and no one elses. We can bleat on about immigration or any other related topic but it comes down to a single person deciding he is going to blow a police officer away. Of a matter of course Jama tried to avoid prosecution as criminals have a tendency to do, but he didnt avoid it, he got caught and imprisoned. I personally would have wanted the murdering cnut to swing from the end of a rope with me hanging on his legs to make sure, but this is currently not legal so my view is irrelevant.

However, I originally intended to point out that in the Tory conference, Ms May tried Daily Mail tactics and it backfired on her. She also got caned off senior Tories for trying such tactics, which backfired on fat Mr Jazz Clarke. The absurdity struck me very much.

PC Beshinevsky died as she dealt with a situation any front line police officer can face on duty. As such she commands my utmost respect.

Its a magnitude of difference between a cat being a deciding factor in permitting a Bolivian to reside in UK to Jama and his horrific crime.
 
#20
Personally I'm quite happy with the protection the HRA gives me from a State that I don't trust an inch.

I am delighted that someone has declared that I have the right not to be tortured, for example, and I don't mind sharing that with other people, no matter where they come from.
 

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