Tuesday, 5 March 2013

After the Conservatives promised to repeal the Human Rights Act, the human rights agitators quickly showed their sheer contempt for democracy. Here the Guardian tells us that it doesn't matter what laws elected representatives pass in Parliament, even if their specific agenda was endorsed by the electorate. The judicial apparat can do what it wants anyway, even ignore parliament or strike down laws.
At any rate, if the Human Rights Act were repealed, it is not obvious that it would make much difference to how the British courts act now. The judges here have developed a set of human rights principles which are indigenous to the common law and which would almost certainly grow to fill the gap left by the act's removal: judges deal in facts and real human stories, not rhetoric, and so might be squeamish about sending people to places to be killed or tortured or allowing the same here on the say-so of someone like Theresa May (or, by then, Nigel Farage). In fact, some judges might even be emboldened to strike down acts of parliament for breach of human rights, something that the current legislation specifically prohibits and so would be easier with the Human Rights Act off the scene. What would the Tories do then? Withdraw from the legal system?
Source: Guardian

Human rights and democracy are often mentioned in the same breath as if they were corollaries of one another. The truth is they are polar opposites.


6 comments:

Anonymous said...

...not sure we read the same article here

Anonymous said...

Common Law is more powerful and confers stronger rights and protections than does statutory law - which is exactly why they are getting rid of it. The newcomers/invaders should not be protected under common law - they are not out brothers and peers, they belong to different (non White) tribes. Presumably their own tribes offer them lawful rights and protections, they can enjoy these simply by returning to their homelands.
CZ you do an immense job but your faith in democracy is misplaced, it was so called democracy that got us into the mess we are in, there is no way democracy is going to save us now. The rapidly changing demographics will see to that. Its instructive to look at California, the most populous US state. Whites at 38% are now a clear minority, Hispanics have just attained 39%. One generation back Whites were 74%. The demographic changes are occuring at super charged speeds. There is no way you will ever see "conservative" governments elected in most White countries EVER AGAIN.
Democracy offers absolutely no solution, we should be stating that very loudly and then canvassing what few options we have.

Anonymous said...

Furthermore its pretty obvious that tribalism or a form of it is the only hope we have left. Given that Native Whites are the group most negatively impacted by third world immigration/invasion it stands to reason that Whites must band together on tribal lands in order to defend ourselves. This is already happening UNCONCIOUSLY. We need to conciously acknowlege and encourage this IF WE ARE TO SURVIVE AT ALL. We cannot look to the law or the media or the governemts - all of these are directly and indirectly controlled by the zog jew elite, liberal Whites and leeching newcomers, we can only look to ourselves for our salvation. There is no cavalry about to appear over yonder hill coming to save us from some distant miraculous White un PC land.
We are the front line and this is war whether we will admit it or not, we are the ones going down without a sound.

Anonymous said...

These are GOOD decisions by the UK Parliament. It means Britain can remove Muslim criminals without the incessant interference by the EU.

Cheradenine Zakalwe said...

That's spectacularly naive. How does it improve things if the interference comes from domestic do-gooders instead?

Cheradenine Zakalwe said...

To the previous comments from anonymous about democracy, the problem is representative democracy. It doesn't work because it's not representative. If we had real democracy, actually doing what the people want instead of their representatives, we would never be in this mess. Modern technology would allow us to create a system in which people vote on laws directly from their own homes. It would be like constant referendums and it could still save us.

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