Sunday, 3rd March 2013
THERESA MAY VOWS TO PULL OUT OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS – The British people could finally see sensible justice if Theresa May, the Home Secretary, sticks to her vow to pull out of the much discredited European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).
The ECHR has become the bane of British justice as it continuously prevents the Home Office deporting foreign criminals such as Adu Qatada.
Certainly Adu Qatada is not the only known criminal to be residing in the UK, among the thousands of others we have murderers, rapists, terrorists and all other filth you can imagine under the sun residing in the UK, mainly on welfare, and all because the ECHR will not allow them to be deported.
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If, and this is only if, the Home Secretary can garner sufficient support, then British justice will finally be handed back to the British Courts. There is still one hurdle the Home Secretary will have to overcome and that’s the Human Rights Act 1998, set up by Tony Blair’s Government, but if the Home Secretary can pull out of the ECHR there are no reasons why the Human Rights Act could not be seriously amended in order to remove the ludicrous sections that give criminals so many rights, foreigner or domestic.
The ECHR has been directly responsible to blocking the deportation of Adu Qatada and many others, it is even responsible for allowing prisoners the ‘right to vote’. In the eyes of most British Citizens their view appears to be that a criminal, once convicted, looses all rights to interact with society; the consensus appears to be, ‘if you cannot act and conduct yourself in a law abiding way, then your rights as a citizen are forfeited upon incarceration’.
Yesterday I wrote an article about my perceptions of the recent Eastleigh By-Election and how I felt that the UK voter had finally lost all sense of reality by voting in the Liberal Democrats.
The reason for my comments is the plain fact that it is the Liberal way of doing things in the UK that has landed us with most of the problems that we have today. For instance we no longer have Corporal or Capital punishment, due to the liberal way of thinking. We also have major issues with the ECHR because of the liberals.
Once again the British public are able to see the damage the Liberal Democrats are capable of after Theresa May announced her decision to try and pull out of the ECHR. It was the Liberal Democrat Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, a very keen pro-European supporter, who was the first to stand up and announce that he would personally veto any such plans to withdraw from the ECHR.
I have to say that the Eastleigh By-Election result, that is the public voted in the Liberal Democrats, was an enormous shock; however it was one way to send a clear message to David Cameron and the Conservative Party that the public had no confidence in their administration.
David Cameron is now desperate in trying to put together a Manifesto for the next General Election. The theme will, as many suspect, revolve heavily around the EU in order to stave off a possible defeat by the UKIP.
Is this too little too late? There are many, including myself, who believe David Cameron is trying to blackmail the British public to re-elect him in 2015 through the promise of an EU Referendum.
What the British public wants is action and action now. Almost every promise David Cameron had given during his successful bid to become Prime Minister has been broken.
If David Cameron really wants to see another term in office then now is the time to show the British people what he and his government are made of. Let the government, as a whole, support Theresa May and pull out of the ECHR and then within the next few months hold an EU Referendum. These two measures alone will allow David Cameron to hold his head up high and announce, if nothing else, that he stuck to the principle of democracy and allowed the British people to determine their fate.