A terrible precedent and slap on the wrist for open-border activists who blatantly broke the law and exposed others to great risk.

A terrible precedent and slap on the wrist for open-border activists who blatantly broke the law and exposed others to great risk.

A terrible precedent and slap on the wrist for open-border activists who blatantly broke the law and exposed others to great risk.

More reasons to deny entry from the start. Once flooded with migrants, it may be too late. Various handcuffs, including activist judges and outdated treaties, make it difficult to deport.

Visegrad and the CEE states must avoid EU solidarity on migration at all costs and realize that the United Nations and others – under a perverted definition of human rights – seek to destroy the sovereignty and independence of the European nation state.

– “You took objects on to that airport,” said Judge Morgan, noting that that debris on a runway can have “catastrophic effects” like the 2000 Concorde disaster. He said the activists moved a metal tripod near to the wing of the plane, where its fuel tank was located.

Yet, the Judge allowed them to walk away because of their “intensions to demonstrate”.

– The Boeing 767 had been chartered by the Home Office to remove 60 people to Nigeria, Ghana and Sierra Leone, and was stationary on the airport’s apron.

The prosecutors said 25 illegals due to be removed were convicted criminals who had served prison sentences, including a murderer, and that activists had placed airport workers “at serious risk of injury or even death”.

Prosecutor Tony Badenoch QC said the runway closure, diversions and delays resulted in losses of more than £1m.

– The so-called ‘human rights experts’ (multicult pimps) at the United Nations raised concern over the case and warned the British government against using security-related laws against protesters and critics.

“It appears that such charges were brought to deter others from taking similar peaceful direct action to defend human rights.”

* Yes, exactly, a government must take action to deter future negligent behavior. While a citizen is free to protest, one cannot take action that directly exposes others to great dangers, including death.

In addition, their freedom to voice their own opinions does not extend to disrupting and interfering with the deportation process, especially one already in process.

So, it seems NGOs will now decide who will enter Europe and far-left activists will decide who will stay in Europe. How did Europe reach this stage?

Crimes that are tolerated will be repeated.

https://www.independent.co.uk/…/stansted-15-trial-sentencin…