Monday, 5 September 2011

Cameron guilty of breach of EU absolute ban on torture and ill-treatment?

So, David Cameron is to widen the Gibson Inquiry to consider torture of Libyans. As usual, Cameron continues to place the inhumane treatment of foreign people above those inflicted on his own.

Bearing in mind EU activities aimed at combating torture and degrading treatment, in which it is stated that:
"The absolute ban on torture and ill-treatment enshrined at international level in core UN human rights conventions is reflected at EU level in the Charter of Fundamental Rights, which states that ‘No one shall be subjected to torture or to inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment’".
Is David Cameron not guilty of 'torture' and 'ill-treatment' as a result of his promises (cast-iron or otherwise) followed by subsequent 'U' turns that he has inflicted on the people of the United Kingdom? Have the people not been subjected to inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment by our political elite since May 2010? And that is not to dismiss the period May 1997 - May 2010 either - so perhaps Blair and Brown should join Cameron in the dock?

And then I realise that we live in a democracy and they were elected to represent the people govern, rule and dictate how those people should speak, think and act.

The sooner the sheep cull the bloody shepherds, the better!

Just saying..........................

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