Beside myself with anger

I AM beside myself with anger, as are many others in this country after seeing how the likes of radical Abu Qatada can remain in this country costing us literally millions of pounds. Where are our human rights? I find the government of this country abhorrent in allowing this to continue which is creating colour prejudice the government seems to condone. Our security doesn’t seem to count anymore.

Law abiding citizens find it difficult to afford a home, yet the likes of Qatada and his family are re-housed because of media intrusion. The government of this country should send him to Jordan to face the music. Send him back by plane, boat, rowboat or armbands but go he must. Ignore his human rights as he has most certainly ignored ours, as for the EU, its standards are so often overlooked or simply ignored as we are the only ones who adhere, wake up government and act NOW!

Ken V Holder Hill Street Risca

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6:13pm Thu 27 Dec 12

Llanmartinangel says...

According to one or two contributors on here, the fact that you can be kept in a house like this and supported at taxpayers expense, having never contributed to the economy in any way is a myth cooked up by the Daily Mail. You seem to disagree. Oddly enough, so do I.
According to one or two contributors on here, the fact that you can be kept in a house like this and supported at taxpayers expense, having never contributed to the economy in any way is a myth cooked up by the Daily Mail. You seem to disagree. Oddly enough, so do I. Llanmartinangel
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2:43pm Fri 28 Dec 12

Howie' says...

Llanmartinangel wrote:
According to one or two contributors on here, the fact that you can be kept in a house like this and supported at taxpayers expense, having never contributed to the economy in any way is a myth cooked up by the Daily Mail. You seem to disagree. Oddly enough, so do I.
Ha, Ha....Nice one LMA but if you are referring to my posts I suggest that you go and read them again because I never said anything like that.
[quote][p][bold]Llanmartinangel[/bold] wrote: According to one or two contributors on here, the fact that you can be kept in a house like this and supported at taxpayers expense, having never contributed to the economy in any way is a myth cooked up by the Daily Mail. You seem to disagree. Oddly enough, so do I.[/p][/quote]Ha, Ha....Nice one LMA but if you are referring to my posts I suggest that you go and read them again because I never said anything like that. Howie'
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11:29pm Fri 28 Dec 12

newportexpat says...

it's beyond a joke, we can't send him back to Jordan because it might infringe his human rights - that's laughable, what about the human rights of the people he was planning to mutilate & murder. I'm not surprised he's grinning as we've put him & his family up in accommodation all paid for by the tax payer if this would of been somewhere else like Russia etc he would of just disappeared or Australia .......oh hang on the ozzies wouldn't of let him in to start with ............. think there's lessons to be learned here!!
it's beyond a joke, we can't send him back to Jordan because it might infringe his human rights - that's laughable, what about the human rights of the people he was planning to mutilate & murder. I'm not surprised he's grinning as we've put him & his family up in accommodation all paid for by the tax payer if this would of been somewhere else like Russia etc he would of just disappeared or Australia .......oh hang on the ozzies wouldn't of let him in to start with ............. think there's lessons to be learned here!! newportexpat
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9:32pm Sun 30 Dec 12

P C Neilson says...

Judge John Mitting should be held partly accountable for keeping Qatada here. The message is clear, we do not accept terorists, but we do allow terrorists to inform our legal decisions by money, fear and cultural sensitivity
Judge John Mitting should be held partly accountable for keeping Qatada here. The message is clear, we do not accept terorists, but we do allow terrorists to inform our legal decisions by money, fear and cultural sensitivity P C Neilson
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1:57am Mon 31 Dec 12

Howie' says...

'but we do allow terrorists to inform our legal decisions by money, fear and cultural sensitivity'........
Could you explain that?
'but we do allow terrorists to inform our legal decisions by money, fear and cultural sensitivity'........ Could you explain that? Howie'
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