UK: Supreme Court Decides You Can’t Deport Invaders If Their Country Doesn’t Have Good Healthcare

Only White people were getting deported anyway

Every day, Britain finds new forms of madness to descend to.


Britain’s Supreme Court has thrown the country’s deportation policies into chaos by ruling that a foreign criminal cannot be deported to a country with poorer free healthcare than the United Kingdom.

Justices including the top court’s infamous former president, Lady Hale, and two colleagues who also serve as ad hoc members of the European Court of Human Rights, agreed with a Zimbabwean migrant who should have been deported more than a decade ago that his removal would breach Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights, which states that “No-one shall be subjected to torture or inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment”.

The migrant’s lawyers cleverly reinterpreted this European article, understood by most to be a prohibition against physical torture and holding people in unsanitary conditions, as a right for his client to remain in Britain so long as his home country could not provide him with the same expensive, taxpayer-funded HIV medication as the British National Health Service (NHS) free of charge — and the Supreme Court concurred.

Britain doesn’t have as many Jews as you’d assume looking at their political class, but they do have a lot of women more than willing to do the same thing Jews would do in any given situation.

The court also “ordered that no one shall publish or reveal the name or address” of the Zimbabwean, restricting the freedom of the press to provide the public with the full facts of the case — although it did reveal that he was “convicted of battery” before the government ordered his deportation and further convicted of “offences including possession of a firearm and ammunition” after the order was given but not carried out.

The government, already deporting ever-fewer migrants amid ever-rising levels of illegal migration, now fears the precedent set by the judgment will jeopardise many more deportations, including that of ISIS fighter-linked gang rapist Yaqub Ahmed — who was on the verge of finally being flown out of the country in October 2018 before a mutiny by passengers, who were seemingly never punished, allowed him to stay and lodge more appeals.

Yeah, that was a classic moment of britcucking.

And I’m reasonably certain Somalia’s healthcare system isn’t as good as Britain’s, so he’s here to stay, and the few Britcucks who are still sane enough to be filled with hatred have just gotta live with it.

The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, a creation of globalist former prime minister and Iraq War architect Tony Blair, has been a focus of allegations of so-called judicial activism for some years, with critics claiming it essentially creates new law on the hoof in order to suit its members’ political sensibilities — such as when it ruled that Boris Johnson’s decision to ask the Queen to prorogue (temporarily suspend) Parliament while Remain MPs were working to block Brexit was unlawful, despite not being able to point to any laws the prorogation had broken.

This sense of a Supreme Court which makes up the rules as it goes was reinforced by the emergence of remarks by Lord Neuberger, a former president of the court who was still a member of its Supplementary Panel, that its judges “get around” the fact that they have no power to change laws “by being able to ‘interpret’ statues, and sometimes we interpret them quite, ah, imaginatively.”

“Lord” Neuberger is a Jew, in case that needs spelling out.

He was the second president of Britain’s Supreme Court.

The first one was also a Jew.

That’s a big coincidence, considering Jews are fewer than half a percent of Britain’s population.

They’re also vastly over-represented in Britain’s parliament, also by coincidence

Amazing how they could do that despite being literally the most oppressed people in the universe.

Guess that high Ashkenazi IQ is real after all.

The Home Office, which is supposed to be responsible for border security and public safety, offered a characteristically uninformative official reaction to the Supreme Court judgement, saying that it is “considering the ruling carefully before taking the next steps”.

Yeah, they’re not gonna do shit about it.

No one will.

I think we might have to just write Britain off.

And the people who did this will just go to their militarized ethnostate in the desert, that they set up with our blood and money.