Street Democracy writes:
The soulless suits of blue, ‘these Tory trespassing authors’, show a wilful arrogance and fierce demeanour when it comes to stripping us of our basic human rights.
Their sinister ‘sour principles’ prove they fear us and will disempower us under the guise of ‘terrorism’.
The Tories are unshackled filled with malicious murmurs of a cursed Tory ambition and to denounce the public’s power further by police state society.
They fraudulently pose as innately decent gentlemen and women but seething under their skin’s of blue they wish to devour our intimate privacy, dignity and self honour.
They don’t just have a bitter malice towards the poor but the whole of British society that isn’t in their pockets or is one of the concentrated wealthy few who sits above them.
They wish to strip us of our human rights to honour our protection in the name of ‘terrorism’ a war never intended to end and anyone can be one, so that makes us all suspects, or domestic terrorist’s.
This shows nothing more than the Tories paranoia, a hidden foul of exorbitant desires disguised as saintly, but is a hideous horror of ‘mass murder of our freedoms’.
By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy
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13 basic rights you’re going to lose under the new Conservative governmentPick up the phone and dial the number of any teacher you know, or at least one who has taught in English schools over the past five years.
Ask them what they think about Michael Gove, and remember every single word they tell you – because the former Education Secretary is now in charge of our human rights.
It’s no great secret that the Tories want to scrap our current Human Rights Act. What’s more, in making Michael Gove Justice Secretary, Cameron has appointed a man who has absolutely no qualms with upsetting millions of people.
The Conservatives released an eight page document last year which detailed their hopes for changing our human rights in the UK.
It seems innocent enough, at least for the first couple of pages – our human rights are controlled by Europe, are open to interpretation by the Strasbourg Court, and the Tories want the UK to be in charge of its own human rights.
That may seem reasonable… but here’s what will effectively be scrapped by the Tories:
- The right to life
- The right not to be tortured
- The right not to be a slave
- The right to a fair trial
- The right NOT to be punished if you haven’t broken the law
- The right to private family life
- The right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion
- The right to freedom of expression
- The right to marry and start a family
- The right to peaceful enjoyment of possessions
- The right to education
- The right to free elections
- The right NOT to be given to death penalty
Tories’ repeal of Human Rights Act will spark constitutional crisis, erode civil liberties – experts
‘Newly appointed Justice Secretary Michael Gove will push ahead with Conservative plans to repeal the Human Rights Act – a move experts warn could spark a constitutional crisis and blight Britain’s reputation on human rights worldwide.
Conservative Party sources, fresh from last week’s general election victory, told the Guardian the human rights reforms are imminent.
Civil liberty advocates warn the soon-to-be implemented measures would erode the right to life, the right to privacy, the right to a fair trial, the right to protest and the right to freedom from torture and discrimination.’