Danmark

10. marts 2013

Britisk minister: Vi bør droppe EU’s menneskerettigheder


Kilde: http://politiken.dk/udland/ECE1918289/britisk-minister-vi-boer-droppe-eus-menneskerettigheder/

“Indenrigsministeren mener, at den europæiske menneskerettighedskonvention er i vejen for britisk politik.

Storbritannien bør overveje at droppe den europæiske menneskerettighedskonvention, fordi den forstyrrer regeringens evne til at bekæmpe kriminalitet og kontrollere indvandring.

Det mener den britiske indenrigsminister, Theresa May, der af mange anses for at være landets mest magtfulde kvinde.

I en tale ved en pro-konservativ konference siger May, at hendes parti, det britiske konservative parti, inden det næste valg i 2015 bør forpligte sig til at håndtere emnet.”

“I 2015 er vi nødt til at have en plan for, hvordan vi vil håndtere Den Europæiske Menneskerettighedsdomstol. Og ja, jeg vil gøre det klart, at alle muligheder – herunder at forlade konventionen – bør være i spil”, siger hun.

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“Siden May trådte til i 2010 har hun i 16 tilfælde annulleret det britiske statsborgerskab hos personer, der har været under mistanke for at deltage i  terroraktiviteter.

Siden da er to af de 16 personer blevet dræbt af amerikanske droner i Somalia”,  skriver Politiken.

TYSK KOMMUNALBESTYRELSE ADVARER STORBRITANNIEN OM MASSEINDVANDRING AF SIGØJNERE FRA RUMÆNIEN OG BULGARIEN


Duisburg: My warning to Britain: Why the left-wing mayor of German town wants you to see what happened when Romanian migrants moved in

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2290480/Romanian-migrants-blamed-rise-crime-German-town-Duisburg.html

 

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“Gangs of migrants congregate around the town’s tower blocks in intimidating fashion

400 Romanians and Bulgarians have moved into one tower block

Neighbourhood is now a hotspot for crime and anti-social behaviour

Duisburg council tell Britain to be on their guard as the migrants will move to take advantage of our benefits system

Softly-spoken pensioner Marlene Bothge seems an unlikely owner of a 200,000-volt stun gun, but after her neighbours stole the light bulbs from the corridor of the seven-storey tower block in which she used to live, she no longer felt safe without it.

‘I am sad it has come to this’, she says. ‘This is a weapon young people carry, not 65-year-old women. I should not feel threatened in my own home.’

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In the past 12 months, 400 Romanians and Bulgarians have moved into the block of 46 flats in Rheinhausen, a once-respectable suburb of the German city of Duisburg. Local officials claim they have migrated here en masse in anticipation of the social welfare they will be entitled to next year.

From January 2014, all 29 million citizens of Romania and Bulgaria will gain full rights to live, work and claim benefits here under EU ‘freedom of movement’ rules…”