TAXPAYER FORCED TO PAYOUT TO CRIMINALS BY THE EUROPEAN COURT – Have you any idea what it takes to become a judge in the United Kingdom?
Let me enlighten you… Firstly you’ll have to attend Law School. That’s a minimum of three years pouring of legal books learning vast amounts of case law and legislation – not to mention learning how the courts work and legal history.
After three years, and if you’re successful, you’ll end up with a Law Degree and have the ability to put the letters LLB after your name.
If you have aspirations of one day becoming a Judge then you’ll need to apply to one of the Chambers in the Inns of Court and undertake six months of Barrister training.
During that time you will choose with area of law to specialize in, such as Criminal Law. After six month you will be required to take the Bar exam and if you pass this you will receive the Barristers handshake – from this point on you will never be permitted to shake the hand of another barrister again.
After years of toiling within your profession and providing you are able to demonstrate a high degree of competency you will then become a Queen’s Council (Q.C). Maybe after another five years or so you will then receive a letter from the Lord Chancellor asking you whether you would like to take ‘robe’.
Yes that’s the route to becoming a judge in the United Kingdom – it takes hard work, unfailing dedication, substantial legal ability and above all a long time.
What about becoming a judge in say the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg? That is of course a completely different matter. Really all you need is a few chums who are non-elected European Commissioners. You don’t even need to be legally qualified.
If you do have the right connections and you do want to be a European judge then you’ll also be awarded with a ‘tax free’ salary of approximately £150,000 per year – that’s considerably more than a newly appointed British court judge.
Yes it’s not bad work if you can get it and that is the incredulous state of how EU Commissioners operate for their own benefit.
A new report has been released that reveals how the European court is paying out vast sums of your money to murders, terrorists and even traitors. Yes crime does pay and it will continue to do so for as long as Britain remains chained to Europe.
Since 1998 British courts have lost no less than 202 cases against the Strasbourg court dealing with Human Rights. The cases range from terrorists, paedophiles, murderers, rapists and yes even traitors.
To date some £4.4 million of taxpayer’s money has been handed out in compensation for breaching the Human Rights of criminals. The report details that the average payout is approximately £22,000 per person.
The recipients of your hard earned money include the traitor George Blake, the hate preacher and terrorist Abu Qatada and even a number of IRA murderers.
Once again the members of the House of Commons are demanding that Britain pull out of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) for not only is the taxpayer being forced to provide compensation for all manner of criminals the ECHR rulings are from judges that are not even legally qualified.
ECHR judges are merely ‘political’ appointees and few, that’s very few, have any legal expertise – again it appears to be a network of well connected friends and yes you are paying for it.
Only a few days ago a row broke out in the House of Commons after it was revealed that a number of Tory Backbenchers and Labour MPs have tabled a vote for November 8 for an advanced referendum on our involvement in the European Union – the move is to allow for an EU referendum in October 2014; ahead of the General Election.
Of course David Cameron is fuming and has publicly stated that he would use all of his powers to block such a move and that his plans for a 2017 EU referendum, if he is re-elected, could be in jeopardy.
This, in the eyes of many, is a clear message that Mr. Cameron doesn’t want to pull out of the EU and that he remains happy that the taxpayer continues to support a regime that is wholly non-elected.
What madness are we facing? Let’s look at the case of George Blake. Here was an individual who worked for MI6 and was caught selling sensitive information to the Russians. His actions directly caused the deaths of 42 MI6 agents and for his crime he was imprisoned for just 42 years – yes only one year per murder.
Blake then decided to write a book of his memoirs however this was blocked by the Government because such information could have done so much more damage and indeed cost more lives.
Unfortunately the ECHR didn’t quite see it that way and it was ruled that preventing him from writing his memoirs was a breach of his ‘right to free expression’ and the British Government, or more to the point the British taxpayer, was forced into paying £47,000 in compensation.
That unfortunately is just one example, here a couple more:
Abu Qatada – awarded £2,000 due to being unlawfully detained.
Kirk Dickson – awarded £18,000 after the British Government refused to allow him to father a child by artificial insemination. This was the Dickson that kicked a man to death after he refused to give him a cigarette.
Rupert Massey – awarded £5,496 due to stress as he had to wait four year before his case went to court. Massey was accused and convicted of abusing three young boys over a period of 14 years.
The list goes on which the graphic below provides further details.
A number of MPs are calling this little more than a Charter for illegal immigrants and criminals in which the ECHR is handing out taxpayer’s money for any possible form of breach it considers against a person’s human rights.
Again we have calls to scrap the Human Rights Act 1998 and pull out of the ECHR which would then allow British courts and professionally trained judges to dispense justice that was not only right and proper but could do so without falling foul to the ECHR at every turn.
How bad is the situation? If a person fails to get a ruling in their favour in a British court they may take their case to the ECHR; of which the British Government is obliged under current EU legislation to provide.
Even those cases involving disputes with private companies are permitted to seek a ruling from the ECHR.
In effect the British taxpayer is forced to cover the costs of such a case and pay for any compensation that the ECHR deems appropriate.
Whilst many MPs and indeed Ministers find this insulting, little or nothing has been done to rectify the situation. Right now there are three things the British Government should do in order to protect the taxpayer from being continuously financially raped by the EU and that is to scrap the Human Rights Act 1998, pull out of the ECHR and finally have an EU referendum in which hopefully the taxpayer will finally be rid of Parliament that is not only morally and financially bankrupt it is run by people who we are not permitted to vote in or out of power.