April 24, 2011

Euro Human Rights Laws Protecting Wrong People

Daily Telegraph, Daily Telegraph

A legal system that protects the "rights" of people who are not citizens, and who have behaved in ways which threaten the safety of those who are, has clearly got things back to front.

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TAGGED: Europe, Human Rights

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