Judge says gays must be free to enjoy Kylie concerts

Posted: July 8, 2010 in Broken Britain

Supreme Court Judge opens UK doors to all the world’s asylum seeking homosexuals.
Lord Rodger said homosexual asylum seekers should be allowed to stay because ‘gays must be free to enjoy Kylie concerts and cocktails’ which could lead to the UK, which is one of the first nations to take such a stance, becoming a leading destination for asylum seekers who are claiming to be homosexual. How are UK Border Agency going to prove otherwise you may ask.

Lord Rodger said they should have the same rights to display their sexuality as straight men who ‘play rugby, drink beer and talk about girls with their mates’.

The Home Office has been refusing asylum claims by homosexual men on the grounds they could hide their sexuality and therefore avoid persecution at home by behaving discreetly.

But, in test cases brought by men from Cameroon and Iran, three Supreme Court judges unanimously ruled the policy was a breach of the UN Convention on Refugees. This is why illegals should be deported immediately, it stops some do-gooder getting a crazy judgement like this at a court of appeal.

These test cases set the precedent that no homosexual man should be returned to a country which treats homosexuality harshly on the expectation they will ‘act straight’.

The Government welcomed the ruling, Home Secretary Theresa May said: ‘We have already promised to stop the removal of asylum seekers who have had to leave particular countries because their sexual orientation or gender identification puts them at proven risk of imprisonment, torture or execution. ‘I do not believe it is acceptable to send people home and expect them to hide their sexuality to avoid persecution.’

I can just imagine once all the 1,000’s of asylum seekers hanging around French ports get wind of this they will start pairing up, smuggling themselves into the UK then claiming they are homosexuals.

Talking about lunacy

The 1,200-pupil De Lisle Catholic Science school in Loughborough, Leicestershire, turned a father away from his son’s first sports day after banning parents who have not been checked by police from mixing with pupils.

The taxi driver had gone to watch his son, a year seven pupil, compete in sprints and egg-and-spoon races. But teachers refused to let him spectate because they did not believe he had undergone checks by the Criminal Records Bureau. Are you telling me every parent at that school walks around with their CRB check on their person?

This school appears to have gone over the top, their school’s policy says that any parent who has not passed the checks is banned from attending events in which pupils take part. Yesterday the father said that he regularly underwent Criminal Records Bureau checks for his job as a taxi driver. I always thought CRB checks were made on parents who would at some point be alone with a child or children.


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