Tuesday, 19 January 2010

Abu Hamza's holidays

Hate preacher Abu Hamza has begun another expensive legal fight -this time to retain his British passport.
His appeal against a Home Office decision to remove his UK citizenship is expected to cost tens of thousands of pounds. (What a surprise)
This is in addition to the estimated £3.5million the fanatic has already cost the taxpayer, including £1.1million in legal aid.
Home Secretary Alan Johnson says Hamza, who has joint UK and Egyptian nationality, is unfit to keep his British passport. (Well spotted Minister!)
But 51-year-old Hamza claims this is unfair. (He would)
He is currently in a high security jail fighting attempts to extradite him to the U.S. on terror charges.
That case will come before the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg later this year. (yawn)
His lawyer, Amanda Weston, told a preliminary hearing of the Special Immigration Appeals Commission that her client wanted the citizenship case heard while he was still in the UK and 'able to participate in proceedings'. (with her getting the legal aid payments)
James Strachan, for the Home Office, said the case should be put off until after the Strasbourg ruling.


1.- Get a big pair of scissors and cut his passport into little bits and refuse to give him a new one .

2.- Repeal the Human Rights Act, or better still make it work for us instead of against us

3.- Make your vote count next time by getting rid of this politically correct crap.

Sunday, 10 January 2010


I have just come back from a holiday in Sharm el Sheikh Egypt. It wasa a bit of a saga in that when we first should have gone, the travel company that arranged the flight went bust so did not pay the airline and we got to the air port to find there was no airplane.
It wasn't that we could not get on the flight, the whole flight had been cancelled. The travel agent had tried to ring us that morning (apparently), but we had left early to beat the snow and ice.
Fortunately the travel company managed to give us another holiday a week later, so all was not lost.
However, a day before we were to fly back, it snowed again. We were delayed by a few hours, but we did make it home eventually. The airplane could land but had no where to park and the taxi did not arrive.
But, all in all, it was a great holiday. Swimming in the sea and lounging round the pool. The food was good (they even managed to lash up some cottage pie one day). The people were friendly - and there was no health and safety or political correctness to ruin things....