Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Abu Qatada: We're stuck with him

Back in Februart 2009 I blogged about Abu Qatarda, saying how he was wanted all over the world but seems determined to stay where he is not wanted, that is here in the UK.


Well, the blighter has gone and won his case in the European Court of Human Rights (did the court actually check he is human?) and we are not allowed to deport him to his native Jordan; not because there's a risk he may be tortured there, no, merely because there's a risk that evidence already obtained through torture may be used against him in court.

However, in fact there is no risk of such evidence being used against him because the Jordanians have already tried him in absentia, found him guilty, and sentenced him to life in prison.

So soft-touch Britain is left hosting yet another undesirable. The government will appeal and AQ will remain in prison during the appeal process, but it looks like sooner or later he'll be a free man in the UK.

Then of course we'll give him free accommodation, money for food and other expenses, free medicine if he needs it, and he'll be free to trawl the mosques of Britain consorting with fellow muslims. He'll probably impregnate some of our women as well.

This blog would much rather see him in an Arab jail.

2 comments:

Wendy Ascham said...

"Experience shows that critics generally betray their lack of sense by the illiteracy of their postings. . ." That is very insulting. This is the first time I've read your blog and I wanted to comment on the above post, but I don't think I will bother now just in case my 'literacy' is not up to the required standard.

Nationalist said...

Aw, go on, please leave a comment!

:-)