Corrupt European yuman rites judges have been
accused of ‘alerting’ radical Muslim cleric Abu Qatada to the fact he still had time to lodge a last-ditch appeal against deportation.
Because what does Britain need for what ails it? Obviously it needs more jihad terrorists. “European court ‘tipped off Abu Qatada over deadline to help him make last-ditch appeal to stay,'” by Brendan Carlin in theÂ Daily Mail, April 21
Outrage in Britain
The British government has beenÂ poundingÂ “meddling” from Europe in the wake of a scandal overÂ theÂ extradition of abu Qatada, an Islamist radical that was delayed by a Strasbourg ruling. Now London is demandingÂ radical reformÂ of the European Court of Human Rights,Â a move opposed by Berlin.Â By Carsten VolkeryÂ more…
Mrs May Â and her Government insist on revering and obeying the Human Rights Court in Strasbourg.
Peter HitchensÂ exposes thisÂ noisy, empty fraud on the public:
This court would have no actual power, if our ruling class had not willingly given it that power. If Britain withdrew from the entire Council of Europe tonight, nobody could or would do anything about it.
But we don’t withdraw, because our governing class long ago discovered that, in the name of ‘Human Rights’, it could override our old laws without any need for a vote or a debate.
The real Islamist threat to Britain and the rest of Europe comes from uncontrolled mass migration from Muslim countries. Combined with our national refusal to defend our British, Christian culture, this is rapidly creating a powerful and influential Muslim vote which will increasingly change our country.
European human rights judges have been accused of ‘alerting’ radical Muslim cleric Abu Qatada to the fact he still had time to lodge a last-ditch appeal against deportation.
Furious Home Office sources last night claimed that it was the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) itself that privately told Jordanian-born Qatada that there was still the possibility of an appeal
But they say there was no similar attempt by the Strasbourg-based court to warn Home Secretary Theresa May of the impending deadline.
Senior sources in Mrs May’s department told The Mail on Sunday that the ECHR had reminded Qatada last Monday that he still had the option to appeal.
One said: ‘They took it upon themselves to go to Qatada’s legal team and say, “You haven’t appealed yet. Are you likely to appeal?”â€‰’…
But Tory MPs denounced the court for ‘an outrageous and partisan’ interference with the UK’s internal affairs and called on the Government to demand a ‘detailed explanation’ of the court’s actions…