Wednesday, 19 May 2010

Wednesday 19 May

I am incensed - don't worry, this will be very short and not at all sweet!

I heard on the news yesterday that a Pakistani man had been jailed for plotting terrorist activities here in England.  Now I don't mind Pakistanis at all as long as they speak our language and work for their living and pose no threat to us, their benefactors.  Let's be clear about that .  But I do take umbrage when the judge refuses to deport the bloke back to Pakistan "in case he gets tortured".

Know what?  I don't care!

 

16 comments:

Marie said...

I am incensed as well. I think the Aussie Prime Minister has it right. If you don't want to abide by the laws in their country, speak the language, etc. then bugger off to where you came from. It's about time our Government got some balls. (I can't believe I just said that!) What about my rights as a law abiding, tax paying citizen to live in a country where I don't have to worry about some idiotic terrorist killing me simply because I don't prescribe to his faith. Send him back to where he came from. Let them torture him. It's the best that he deserves in my opinion!

Jan said...

I do so agree ,with both you and Marie,enough is enough ...love Jan xx

Joyce said...

Your post made me laugh since it seems lately it is always about the RIGHTS of the criminals. I think the world is gone mad. Yes, Hilton Head Island South Carolina is the same in he books you read. It is a pretty island and is about 8 miles long or in this case 8 miles short!
Joyce

Joyce said...
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Joyce said...

I removed the other post as I accidently hit the button twice...sorry.

Kath said...

Send them all bloody back for me and I CAN believe what Iv'e just said and am proud of it Angie.Take Care God Bless Kath xx

Ally Lifewithally said...

I agree wholeheartedly with the other comments ~ I know we are all getting fed up with these situations ~ It is a pity they didn't think of the Human Rights of others before they started planning their bombings on innocent people I say send them back to where they come from ~ they will get exactly what they deserve ~ Ally x

StitchinByTheLake said...

I agree - send him home. What happens there is not our problem - he was offered a better life in your country and he turned it down. blessings, marlene

Teacher's Pet said...

I "Hear" you sister!!!
Abide by the law...or get out!
Thanks for a well-stated post.
Love,
Jackie

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Just heard today from Marie that you are not doing so well and are in the hospital. I do hope you are better soon and home again. Take good care!

Kath said...

Just come online at ten to switch off (Friday Eve)and thought I would read Maries posting.I was shocked when I found out you were ill.So sorry about that Angie.Prayers for a speedy recovery.Take Care God Bless Kath xx

LYN said...

A LITTLE BIRDIE TOLD ME YOU ARE IN HOSPITAL..DO GET WELL SOON!! AL THE BEST FROM ACROSS THE POND..

Jojo said...

I just read the post before mine. I do hope you are doing better.

I am only guessing but it seems so many governments fear returning a terrorist or wanna be back to some of their motherlands for fear of the perpetrator growing more soldiers for a cause.

Jasper said...

Are you OK Angie? What's all this about you being in hospital?! Hope you're alright and we're sending you lots of love and hugs.

We get annoyed at prisoners' "rights" issues as well. As far as we are concerned, someone signs away their eligibility for "rights" the moment they decide to break the law. Grrrr...

Keep smiling sweetie,

Jasper xxx

Grammy Staffy said...

I am with you Angie. Like Marie, I wish that our government would get some backbone like the Aussie's do. I get so tired of us being "politically correct". I think it someone doesn't like you or your country they should be sent back where they came from.

I am glad to be back in blog land. I have missed you. Hugs, Lura

Rinkly Rimes said...

As an Australian I was intrigued to hear that 'our Kev's' words had traveled so far. I have to be in favour of immigrants because I'm one, from England to Oz via Africa.
But it was easy for us as we already 'spoke the language' so we fitted in. But I think all immigrants everywhere should assimilate.