Abid Naseer deportation case is utter insanity

Are you an Islamist terrorist?  Do you want to wage violent jihad against the decadent infidel in the west?  Would you like the security of knowing that if you’re from a country that has the death penalty – and you are caught by the security services of your target nation – they will allow you to stay, at the cost of and under the protection of the people you had set out to murder and maim?  If your answer to these questions is ‘Yes’ then you should be trying to attack the United Kingdom!

A special immigration court, hearing an appeal against deportation, has ruled that Abid Naseer was an al-Qaeda operative – but could not be deported because he faced torture or death back home in Pakistan.  This is the man identified as the leader of an al-Qaeda cell that, MI5 and the police say, intended to bomb shoppers in Manchester.  Despite his intentions, this Pakistani national is being allowed to stay in this country.

Only a country run by craven bureaucrats could construct a process that enables a foreign national accused of planning terrorist atrocities against civilians to remain in that country for his own protection, at the cost of the people he was planning to kill.  Not only is our judicial system incapable of dealing with fanatics who wish to murder us, it is determined to put their ‘rights’ before our ‘interests’ and force us to cohabit with them on these islands. It is a perversion of common sense and an example of the warped moral relativism that is undermining this country.

I wonder how many Britons like the idea of a special immigration court blocking the deportation of a member of a terrorist organisation who allegedly sought to bring death and destruction to these shores. Why should the political class and their judicial activist friends be allowed to undermine the interests of the United Kingdom because a sovereign country has the death penalty and the terrorist who is a citizen of that country might lawfully be subjected to it as a consequence for his actions?

Does anyone believe the new politics address this insanity?  Don’t count on it, the politicians don’t care what we think.  A point made all to clear by our new Home Secretary, Theresa May, who while ‘disappointed’ is stating she doesn’t intend to appeal the decision.  Don’t like it, ordinary citizen?  Tough.  Our political class has spoken.  Enjoy the new politics – it’s not much different to the old.

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4 Responses to “Abid Naseer deportation case is utter insanity”


  1. 1 Henry Gurwood 20/05/2010 at 11:33 pm

    So – who forms this special immigration court, and what are their contact details?

  2. 2 useless eater 21/05/2010 at 5:29 am

    Regardless of what this man has done, or not done, it is never right to send someone to face torture even if they have been responsible for taking another’s life.
    TORTURE is something no human being should be subject to & as long as we allow it, inflict it, ignore it, then none of us are safe & we must always strengthen human rights rather than accept the fascist like powers our government grants itself that could be turned on you or I, or our families should it suit those who see themselves as our rulers.
    If you oppose what this man is alleged to have done, how can you then say he should be tortured?
    You make yourself the same as the thing that you oppose.
    FFS, do you really mean you would want any human being to be tortured?
    If you think torture is ever ok, then you set the precedent that you or others reading this can also be tortured in the right circumstances.

    What is also lacking is any context of 2 illegal wars of aggression & occupation which has seen well over 1 million Iraqi people killed & countless injured, maimed, raped, traumatised, poisoned & documented systemic use of torture on men, women & children is established.

    If I had seen my father shot in front of me or my mother or sister raped, then I would want to hurt those responsible.

    The biggest criminals who have caused the most harm to the people of Britain don’t come from other countries, they are the politicians, banksters & secret services who conspire routinely to oppress, control, steal, lie, kill the British people.

    Wise up. Think for yourself & above all know who the real enemy is. You will remain in servitude until you can see the truth.

  3. 3 alex jones 07/07/2010 at 4:42 pm

    The names of those judges should be released to be shamed publicly( Where are the Human rights of the great majority??). In any event the world has fortunately a country that really takes care of criminals and terrorists, the US! The will surely take care of him for good!!!


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