August 26, 2005

Expulsions illegal, UN tells Clarke

For once in a very long time I am in agreement with the Tyrant Blair and his henchthing Clarke.
Tony Blair: UK will exclude and deport non-UK citizens 'who express what the government considers to be extreme views that are in conflict with the UK's culture of tolerance'
A little broad brush, but deporting intolerant religious zealots here to destroy British Culture is a good thing. It is what government is for, protecting the society that the governed have formed.
Charles Clarke: UK will exclude or deport non-UK citizens [for]
  • writing, producing, publishing or distributing material
  • public speaking including preaching
  • running a website
  • using a position of responsibility such as teacher, community or youth leader
to express views which 'foment, justify or glorify terrorist violence in furtherance of particular beliefs; seek to provoke others to terrorist acts ... or foster hatred which might lead to inter-community violence in the UK'
This is right. It is also New Labour, finally, waking up to it's responcibility to protect British society, rather than trying to destory it. This may be a case of my enemy's (Islamism) enemy (Britian) is my friend as it is highly unlikely that New Labour could continue to generate it's brand of authoritian government under the even more authoritarian, and immutable, Sharia that the Islamists want to force on us. But it is better than fawning over their every desire as happened before.

The un however is awefully upset by this sudden show of backbone by New Labour.
A senior UN representative last night threatened to cite the British government for violation of human rights over its planned deportations of alleged terrorist sympathisers.
Of course Prof Novak, we should not deport these people, after doing everything to avoid them being tortured or killed. Afterall all they want to do is destroy our society, instigate a murderous, torturing, anti-democratic regime, and are willing to kill and terrorise as many people as need be to do it. It's not like they are Gay and want to live or something. As Perry de Havilland of Samizdata points out:
If the UN says something should or should not be done, it is a safe bet that doing the opposite is most likely the correct course of action. Thus when the UN says Britain must not expel Muslim clerics who incite terrorism, clearly this is indeed the best policy.

It does not matter if a compass always points south, as long as you know that you can use it to find your way just as effectively as with one which always points north.


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