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Public Support British National Party’s Opposition of Human Rights Act

Post by Guest on Fri May 13, 2011 7:18 pm

A new survey has shown the majority of people agree with the British National Party’s stance on the Human Rights Act.

Three quarters of Britons feel the Human Rights Act is being used too widely, while 64 per cent think human rights should not be protected for people who break the law.

Just over half of people questioned, 51 per cent, think the Human Rights Act is bad for British justice.

The study of over 2,000 people, commissioned for ITV1's Tonight programme, comes at the same time as an independent commission – set up by the Government to examine human rights legislation – begins work.

It follows the case of Aso Mohammed Ibrahim, an Iraqi asylum seeker, who ran over twelve-year-old Amy Houston and left her to die under the wheels of his car in Blackburn in 2003.

He served just four months in jail and wasn’t deported, despite his asylum claim being rejected, because of Human Rights laws.

An immigration judge ruled that Ibrahim was allowed to stay in the country because he had established a "family life" in England by fathering two children here.

Amy’s father, Paul Houston, believes the Human Rights Act should be redrafted to balance people's rights with their responsibility to obey the law.

He said: "Everybody has human rights; that's what they're saying.

So what I am saying is with those rights comes responsibility.

If you are irresponsible, then you deserve to lose those rights."

For years the British National Party has campaigned for an end to the 1998 Human Rights Act and withdrawal from the European Convention on Human Rights, both of which are exploited to abuse Britain’s hospitality by the world’s scroungers.

As Mr Houston himself put it, the Human Rights Act is nothing but a “charter for thieves, killers, terrorists and illegal immigrants”.

We would introduce a new British Bill of Rights that would guarantee certain basic civil liberties and fundamental freedoms to British people.

Before he was elected prime minister, David Cameron pledged to abolish the Human Rights Act if the Conservatives came to power; unsurprisingly, that has transpired to be just another promise he has reneged on. Twisted Evil

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Re: Public Support British National Party’s Opposition of Human Rights Act

Post by Guest on Fri May 13, 2011 7:21 pm

They don't want to get rid of the act because of the BNP though Mr D, much as you would like to think so. They want to get rid of it because it is unjust. The British public are very good as opposing things that are unjust, whatever their politics.

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Re: Public Support British National Party’s Opposition of Human Rights Act

Post by Guest on Fri May 13, 2011 8:06 pm

Another total "balls up" by the disgraced Nu Liebour party. I'm not surprised at the statement contained in Mr D's post Quote -- "As Mr Houston himself put it, the Human Rights Act is nothing but a “charter for thieves, killers, terrorists and illegal immigrants" Unquote ---- Those quoted are just typical Nu Liebour supporters and voters.

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Re: Public Support British National Party’s Opposition of Human Rights Act

Post by Guest on Sat May 14, 2011 12:03 am

I disagree with this. Human rights are for everyone, no matter how vile you may think them. Even prisoners of war who five minutes ago were shooting you have the same rights as you. These rights are inherent, according to the laws of nature and nature's God.

HOWEVER

This bill greatly exceeds what is required to protect the BASIC human rights of every person who sets foot in the UK. It is redundant because of the UN and yes, European human rights treaties the UK has already signed, and if they repealed it tomorrow I wouldn't mind a bit.

What I object to is the notion that someone has the right to repeal someone else's human rights. It doesn't take much imagination to see how such a concept could be abused by government and other groups.

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