A violent asylum seeker has an opportunity to stay in the UK despite a record of criminality with 18 convictions. What about the human rights of his victims and those of law-abiding legal citizens of the UK?
A Somali refugee who came to Britain when he was only 13 years old faces the possibility of deportation because a court of appeal overruled previous judgements allowing him to stay.
Violent Asylum Seeker To Stay In UK
So what is all the fuss about then? Surely there is no problem if the court of appeal made such a ruling? Well, this now 30-year-old Somali asylum seeker has lawyers saying that this ruling is against his human rights. The asylum seeker who is only identifiable as MS, (is the judicial system protecting his identity?) said that he could not go back to Mogadishu. He said he would be persecuted and would face threats of violence should he be returned there.
Let’s take a minute to look at his “rap sheet” shall we? This Somali, only known to us as “MS” was convicted 18 times between January 2006 and September 2015 for a total of 25 offences. These offences range from drugs, firearms, fraud, theft, public disorder and many, many more.
What About The Human Rights Of Legal Citizens?
Under article 3 of the Human Rights Act, it states that:
‘no one shall be subjected to torture or to inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment’.
You can find that by clicking HERE.
So we are back at a legal crossroad, whos rights trump whos? Do the rights of a multiple convicted asylum seeker take precedence over those who he has victimised and those who live in the UK peacefully and, more importantly, LEGALLY?
In 2012 this Somali criminal was actually granted exceptional asylum, the Home Office then revoked that status only three years later. As it stands, this criminal illegal immigrant has been ordered to pay a victim surcharge, the courts have endorsed his driving licence, and he has been tagged.
Welcome to Benefits Britain, the only problem is that his being here provides absolutely no benefit to the UK at all; he drains the system. He is a criminal, he is illegal, and he needs to go. Who cares if he is subjected to persecution or violence if he is returned home? Did he care about those he victimised here in the UK?
Britain needs to toughen up and get rid of illegal criminal rubbish from wartorn shithole countries infested with Islamist cancer. We don’t need that “diversity” thank you.
Get rid, goodbye, and dont let the door hit you on the way out!