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Britain’s ex-top cop blasts lawyers blocking Islamists’ deportation – Britain’s former most senior police officer on Sunday blasted human rights lawyers preparing to block the deportation of hardline foreign Islamists.
Lord John Stevens, the former head of London’s Metropolitan Police, which takes the lead on counter-terrorism, said the human rights “industry” had a stranglehold on Britain which long ago stopped foreign extremists being booted out.

“Thursday’s long-overdue crackdown was tremendous news. But these men should never have been free at all,” Stevens wrote in the News of the World weekly.
“If the human rights industry hadn’t managed to secure its stranglehold on Britain, they would have been kicked out years ago.
“Now, hand-wringing civil rights lawyers and like-minded judges will go into top gear to keep them here,” the former Met chief wrote………………………

Silkehansker mot terrorister
Juridiske argumenter bør ikke hindre myndighetene i å kaste radikale islamister ut av Storbritannia. Menneskerettsgrupper må ikke få blokkere for utvisninger, sier en tidligere britisk politisjef.
Lord Stevens, som inntil februar i år var øverste leder for London-politiet, skriver i den nyeste utgaven av søndagsavisen News of the World at «menneskettsindustrien» har tatt kvelertak på Storbritannia. I dag er det fritt fram for utenlandske ekstremister, mener han……………………………

Norway elects new government – following Denmark’s lead?
NORWAY. Norwegians go to the polls on Sep 12 and the question is whether voters will follow Denmark’s anti-immigration election lead and move Norway farther to the right.
In February Danish voters re-elected Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen’s minority government of Liberals and Conservatives, which is supported in the parliament by the anti-immigration Danish People’s Party……………….


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