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Thumpa And The Tyranny Of Human Rights

Thumpa And The Tyranny Of Human Rights

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Published by Ian Thorpe
The contribution of Glenister Fermoy (Thumpa) Shiel in the fight to retain our right to free speech in the face of an onslaught of politically correct tyranny. While a speech Barack Obama made in Cairo is celebrated even though it brought back the spectre of medieval Sharia law to secular Muslim nations like Egypt and Libya, Thumpa Shiel is remembered as a dinosaur because he argued for common sense when the political bandwagon demanded doublespeak, ambiguity and weasel words. We hear much about equality and being fair but see little of either. Shiel was a straight talking Australian who saw the discrimination against whites Australians in that nation's race relations law. He was also a member of an endangered species, the principled politician. We need his like now,
The contribution of Glenister Fermoy (Thumpa) Shiel in the fight to retain our right to free speech in the face of an onslaught of politically correct tyranny. While a speech Barack Obama made in Cairo is celebrated even though it brought back the spectre of medieval Sharia law to secular Muslim nations like Egypt and Libya, Thumpa Shiel is remembered as a dinosaur because he argued for common sense when the political bandwagon demanded doublespeak, ambiguity and weasel words. We hear much about equality and being fair but see little of either. Shiel was a straight talking Australian who saw the discrimination against whites Australians in that nation's race relations law. He was also a member of an endangered species, the principled politician. We need his like now,

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Published by: Ian Thorpe on Apr 08, 2013
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In the wake of Barack Obama's great foreign policy triumph, a cliché laden speech in Cairo in which he promised to work with terrorist groups to bring western style 'liberal democracy' to countries ruled since the colonial powers quit by absolutist tyrannies, the countries where the so called Arab pring uprisings succeeded in ousting tyrants are further away from democracy than e!er" Islamist fanatics ha!e grabbed power in #ibya, $unisia and %gypt and are preparing to by the sharia, their !ersion of the law of &od" $hey reect what they call 'man(made laws' the laws by which most nations li!e" )or the same reason, Islamists reect democracy" It is a sham, they say, and an offence against &od, the supreme ruler"
 
In the 'enlightened' west the unconstrained powers of the %uropean *uman +ights Court %*+C- and the increasing focus of the .nited tates upreme Court on human rights are the secular equi!alent" /rogressi!es, those obsessi!e compulsi!e sociopaths who lo!e to parade their assumptions of moral superiority think that the %uropean Con!ention on *uman +ights and the trasbourg court which enforces it are sacred" $hey belie!e these rights should be forced upon people e!erywhere, regardless of how anyone !otes, regardless of how the di!erse peoples of the world ha!e e!ol!ed socially" *uman rights are their sharia"In Iran, the &uardian Council of senior clergy makes the final decision about whether anything passed by the parliament is compatible with Islamic law" In %urope, the %C*+ has the same absolute authority o!er the decisions of all the member  parliaments, including our own" I am not sure how far the powers of the ."" upreme Court reach" 0hile the punishments handed out by these allegedly liberal and democratic bodies do not yet- in!ol!e stoning or the amputation of body parts, the principle is the same1 20e2, says the priesthood of human rights lawyers, 2are in sole possession of the truth1 no other power may stand against us"2Before becoming /rime 3inister, 4a!id Cameron was suspicious of the human rights theocrats" $he moment he stepped into his official residence howe!er power started to corrupt him" *e had promised to set up a commission on a British Bill of +ights,he idea being to bring home human rights in Britain and place them under the super!ision of British courts and British go!ernment" *e soon started to back of that  position in order to earn a pat on the head from other %. leaders and .5 bureaucrats"  5ow we ha!e a situation in which the %C*+ can rule that Britain must gi!e prisoners the !ote" 5o maor political party and no large section of public opinion agrees" $he British /arliament !oted o!erwhelmingly against this measure" 6et, under our present relationship with %urope with which the traitor Blair saddled us, there is absolutely nothing that our elected representati!es can do about it" In fact because the %C*+ is controlled by left wing elitists we find those con!icted of and imprisoned for serious crimes ha!e more 2rights2 than hard working, law abiding citi7ens" $his is the ine!itable result of allowing bureaucracy to usurp democracy"
 
I ha!e seen many progressi!es talking about when democracy fails as in the !otes in se!eral . states to prohibit same se8 marriage- the central go!ernment must 2step in and do what is right"2 But who decides what is right if not the maority9 $he unelected bureaucrats9 0e could call such thinking the usurpation of parliamentary so!ereignty" 5obody wants to remo!e human rights from our law and as belie!ers in democracy we should welcome the fact that the courts will sometimes reach decisions that challenge the will of the maority in their efforts to protect minority interests" *a!ing said that howe!er elected legislators as representati!es of the people must ha!e some power of democratic o!erride" In Britain's principal Court of :ustice, the Old Bailey, there words are inscribed abo!e the portal1
"The welfare of the people is the paramount law."
 &%44I$ progressi!es, the people; not 'some of the  people" It does not say 2$he welfare of the blacks, *ispanics, crims, peedos, turd  burglars, rug munchers, retards, dopeheads, crackheads and dickheads is the  paramount law they'd need bigger doors- but $he /eople as in 0e $he /eople" And who can better determine what constitutes the welfare of the people than the maority of the people" 5ot the ten per cent of elitist, morally superior self styled  progressi!es but all the people" Because when human rights law starts to curtail the rights of some in order to e8tend the rights of others we are no longer talking about democracy but tyranny"$he tyrannophiliac left may delude themsel!es that utopia could be gained under a benign, 3ar8ist totalitarian global go!ernment but that only shows they are less well informed than the so called low information !oters they so despise" It does not really take much reading to find out what life was and is like under talin and Bre7hne!, 3ao $se $ung, %rich *oneker, )idel Castro, <im Il ung and <im :ong Il, 3obutu, Ceaucescu, and almost e!ery other 3ar8ist leader anywhere"%!en the most benign, like $ito in 6ugosla!ia, were not e8actly pussycats" In fact =human rights> is a phrase so completely misunderstood by 'liberals' and 'progressi!es' i"e" those who would impose their moral preudices on the world, by force if necessary- that it has become meaningless" $hose progressi!es who are in fact more emotionally needy that radical thinkers ha!e for years been to eager to use

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