The latest 'human rights' debacle concerning the Afghan hijackers is just about the ultimate insult to this country and its people. These men hijacked a plane, using armed force, and landed it in the UK. Naturally they were arrested, but later they were released, have been housed, clothed and fed at the British taxpayers expenses, and after legal proceedings costing millions of our money, they have been allowed to claim 'asylum' for themselves and their families. This is a grotesque miscarriage of justice, and sends out a signal to world that the way to get residence in the UK is to commit crime and abuse our hospitality with guaranteed impunity. The judge in the case was merely interpreting the Human Rights Act – a piece of legislation that was forced on us by the EU without public consent. This is one in a long line of such abuses, which were predicted when this appalling legal nonsense was imposed. I am quite certain the vast majority of British people are absolutely furious about this matter, and feel that they and their country are being screwed for everything they can get by unscrupulous foreigners. The only possible answer is for us to repeal the act and withdraw from the idiotic pre-emptive EU 'human rights' rules, however long it takes. We don't need Europe to instruct us on 'rights' – we had them centuries ago, from Magna Carta onwards, and they were achieved by the political and legal struggle of generations of British men and women – they will do for me.
Britain welcomes careful hijackers!