A ridiculous situation

WHAT a farcical situation we have today!

On one hand we have David Cameron, all macho and aggressive, telling us how we must do our utmost to combat the “Islamic Fundamentalist Threat” in North Africa, when at the same time we are unable to deliver a convicted agitator and advocate of violence and murder, living here in the lap of luxury, to justice in his own country, where he is wanted for the same actions as those in Algeria. The other laughable point is that we will be supplying the Algerians with “intelligence”. Firstly, have we asked the EU if we can do it? Secondly, he’d better be quick as many of the people who are in a position to supply it will soon be redundant and in the dole queue.

Derek Everett Crindau Road, Newport

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3:43pm Wed 30 Jan 13

county mad says...

What's the point of this letter? Just a dig at the Tories maybe
What's the point of this letter? Just a dig at the Tories maybe county mad
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3:49pm Wed 30 Jan 13

sillybilly43 says...

the point being made, is how ridiculous Cameron is, strutting around the planet, as if he makes ANY difference. All hes doing is inflating his own ego. Better stay home and send back old Abu Dabi (lol) to Algeria. where i,m sure they don,t have BENEFITS, free money, and all the other goodies the stupid British provide to scumbags from all over the world, who come here wishing us harm
the point being made, is how ridiculous Cameron is, strutting around the planet, as if he makes ANY difference. All hes doing is inflating his own ego. Better stay home and send back old Abu Dabi (lol) to Algeria. where i,m sure they don,t have BENEFITS, free money, and all the other goodies the stupid British provide to scumbags from all over the world, who come here wishing us harm sillybilly43
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3:57pm Wed 30 Jan 13

Owain Vaughan says...

We have to follow due process and the rule of law, otherwise it would be hypocritical of us to preach it to other countries.
We have to follow due process and the rule of law, otherwise it would be hypocritical of us to preach it to other countries. Owain Vaughan
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4:13pm Wed 30 Jan 13

Llanmartinangel says...

Owain Vaughan wrote:
We have to follow due process and the rule of law, otherwise it would be hypocritical of us to preach it to other countries.
Indeed Owain. But this being a democracy and there is apparent overwhelming popular support to sling miscreants out, we can change the law can't we? Or maybe not.
[quote][p][bold]Owain Vaughan[/bold] wrote: We have to follow due process and the rule of law, otherwise it would be hypocritical of us to preach it to other countries.[/p][/quote]Indeed Owain. But this being a democracy and there is apparent overwhelming popular support to sling miscreants out, we can change the law can't we? Or maybe not. Llanmartinangel
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4:22pm Thu 31 Jan 13

P C Neilson says...

Maybe a petition to remove certain Judges (Mitting) that keep making the same "considered" call over and over again.
Maybe a petition to remove certain Judges (Mitting) that keep making the same "considered" call over and over again. P C Neilson
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