War Criminals, Gangsters, Murderers and Rapists Win Right to Stay in Britain
War criminals, gangsters, rapists and murderers have won the right to stay in Britain under the “human rights” law, but Tory Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke has now specifically refused to do anything to stop this ongoing swindle.
According to the latest figures released by the Home Office, it appears as if no less than 139 alleged war criminals, from countries such as Iraq, Afghanistan and Rwanda, have been given permanent residence in Britain.
The flood of suspects seeking ‘asylum’ in Britain has now made this county the world’s “war criminal capital,” media reports have claimed.
Britain has been compelled to accept the flood of alleged criminals (some of whom are claimed to have taken part in the massacres in Rwanda) by a combination of EU human rights legislation, the UK’s Human Rights Act and the EU’s Convention on Human Rights.
Earlier reports revealed astonishing decisions by the courts which have allowed serious repeat criminals the right to stay in Britain because deportation would “affect their right to a family life.”
In one instance, a murderer won the right to stay in Britain using the logic that deportation to his home country would place the citizens of that country at risk.
The European Convention on Human Rights has recently been in the limelight after the European Court of Human Rights ordered Britain to give prisoners the vote and a decision by the Supreme Court in London that sex offenders in England and Wales could appeal against having to register with the police.
The court’s decision was based on the finding that the lack of a review was incompatible with the European Convention on Human Rights.
Speaking during a BBC radio interview, Mr Clarke said there was no chance that his government would abandon the EU regulations.
The British National Party would not only remove itself from these increasingly insane international bodies, but also withdraw completely from the European Union as well.