TheArtistFormerlyKnownAsSTR - Member
Genuine question from someone who may be a bit dim - what would be the consequences if we just booted the bellend out?
The opposition party(s) use it as an excuse to stir up a storm in the tea cup. Apart from that no other nations in the world would care about your internal business, but if they cannot get him out the rest of the world would just simply laugh at you.
grum - Member
What kind of message does it send when the government tries to circumvent the law in order to get rid of people they don't like? Aren't the Tories supposed to be the party of law and order?
You should be better asking where in the world does a govt not circumvent the law?
Again it's not about political parties it's about which party in the world is a party of law and order?
grum - Member
Or that as a nation, we just make up the rules as we go along when we don't like people (while sanctimoniously preaching to other countries about human rights).
Tell me which nation does not do so? You are lucky that in the Western world you still have the law to mess with. In other part of the world you simply disappear. End of story. No news. Speculate as much as you like.
bigrich - Member
it's not a party political matter; it's selective human rights.
This bloke is just an outlier, but how long before the majority start to be affected by the casual disregard for the rights of the individual?
Should be human wrong ... not human right. Human can never be right.