Is Keir Starmer Really A Leader For Britain?, the current WOKE leader of the UK’s Labour Party, has had a long and illustrious career as a human rights lawyer. One of his most significant achievements was winning a landmark case in the European Court of Justice, which gave asylum seekers the right to claim benefits.

The case in question

Known as “Zaizoune v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions,” centred on the eligibility of asylum seekers to receive social security benefits in the UK. Before Starmer’s involvement, asylum seekers could not access most forms of financial support, leaving many of them to follow a process, if failed asylum seekers would face deportation.

Starmer, who was then the head of the human rights group Liberty, took up the case on behalf of a Moroccan man named Mr Zaizoune. Mr Zaizoune had fled to the UK to escape persecution in his home country but was rightly denied access to benefits because of his immigration status.

Keir Starmer
Keir Starmer

The Argument

Starmer argued that this policy was discriminatory and violated the fundamental human rights of asylum seekers. He contended that the UK is legally obliged to provide basic social support to all individuals. Within its borders, regardless of nationality or immigration status. Opening the floodgates, and the crisis you now see unfolding in Britain.

In 2006, the case went to a hearing by the European Court of Justice. Which ruled in favour of Mr Zaizoune and overturned the UK’s policy on benefits for asylum seekers. The court found that denying benefits to individuals in need was incompatible with EU law. And contravened the European Convention on Human Rights.

The Ruling

The ruling was a significant victory for Starmer and his team. As it established a precedent for the treatment of asylum seekers across the EU. It also had a profound impact on the lives of thousands of people seeking refuge in the UK. Many of whom were able to access vital financial support for the first time.

In the years since the Zaizoune case, Starmer has continued to advocate for the rights of marginalized and vulnerable groups. He has worked on a wide range of issues, including civil liberties, police reform, and gender equality.

His work as a human rights lawyer has earned him numerous awards and accolades. Including a knighthood in 2014 for services to law and criminal justice. In 2020, Keir Starmer became elected leader of the UK’s Labour Party, with a platform that prioritizes social justice and equality.

In his new role as leader of the opposition. Starmer has been a vocal critic of the UK government’s handling of issues such as. Brexit, COVID-19, and the refugee crisis. He has called for a more compassionate and inclusive approach to policy-making. One that prioritizes the needs and well-being of all citizens, excluding those who actually live in the UK.

In conclusion, Keir Starmer QC’s victory in the Zaizoune case. Was a defining moment in British history and set us on a crash court to disaster, misery, and international abuse. So when Kier talks about fairness for Britain. What Keir means is that he doesn’t care about the indigenous population and is an internationally bought shill. And a career anti-British capitalist.

Keir Starmer’s human rights activism.

During Starmer’s time as a human rights lawyer, Keir played a role in several notable cases, including:

McLibel case

In the 1990s. Keir represented two activists, Helen Steel and Dave Morris. Who were sued by McDonald’s in what became known as the “McLibel case.” The case was the longest in English legal history, now considered a landmark victory for freedom of expression.

Death row appeals

Keir worked on several high-profile cases of British nationals facing the death penalty. In the United States, including successfully arguing for the commutation of the death sentence for Anthony Handley and Paul Reid.

Jean Charles de Menezes

In 2005, Keir represented the family of Jean Charles de Menezes. An innocent Brazilian man was shot dead by police in London after being mistakenly identified as a terrorist. The case was significant in highlighting the issue of police accountability and the use of lethal force.

Hillsborough disaster

Keir acted as a legal advisor to the families. Of the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster in 1989. resulting in fans, crushed to death at a football match. He assisted in the fight for justice for the families, which eventually led to an inquest verdict of unlawful killing.

Assange extradition

Keir was also involved in the legal team representing Julian Assange during an extradition hearing in 2020. The case focused on whether Assange should face deportation to the United States. To face charges of violating the Espionage Act.

Chagos Islanders case

In this case, Starmer represented the Chagos Islanders forcibly removed from their homeland. In the Indian Ocean in the 1960s and 70s to make way for a US military base. The case involved a long legal battle to secure the right of the Islanders to return to their home. And in 2019 the UK government was forced to allow them to resettle.

Abu Qatada case

In 2012, Starmer was the Director of Public Prosecutions when Abu Qatada, was a radical Islamic cleric. Was extradited from the UK to Jordan to face terrorism charges. The case involved a long legal battle over Qatada’s right to a fair trial. And Starmer played a role in ensuring that he was not deported. Until he could be assured of a fair trial.

Asylum and refugee cases

As part of his work as a human rights lawyer. Starmer has represented many asylum seekers and refugees in their legal battles to remain in the UK. These cases have involved challenges to deportation orders, appeals against asylum decisions, and arguments for the right to family reunification.

These are just a few examples of the many asylum and refugee cases that Keir Starmer has worked on throughout his career as a human rights lawyer.

Other Dangers Keir has imposed on Britain.

Rapist Fabian Henry,40, whose been; living in Britain for three years after he was jailed. For two vile attacks on a girl of 17 and for abducting and having sex with a 15-year-old.

When the Home Office tried to put him back on a flight to Jamaica, along with 41 other criminals, Starmer endorsed a letter opposing the deportation. This kind of ACTION. Demonstrated that Starmer has zero regard for the safety of citizens living in Britain. Even though the first rule of any government. Is to protect its population from harm and crime.

Other examples.

Damian Morgan 41. Who attacked a 999 worker three months after removal from the Jamaican flight. he got 15 months in prison

Courtney Javis Williams. Jailed for four years. For dealing heroin and crack cocaine.

Theodore Carlyle. Jailed for five years and seven months. For possession with intent to supply class A drugs.

Barrington Laing. Jailed for 15 months for carrying a knife.

Tajay Thompson. Jailed for 15 months for drug dealing offenses, and re-jailed for beating his mother.

Akiva Heaven. Jailed for four years. Then Jailed again in May 2021 for dealing heroin and cocaine.

These are just a few examples of the Labour leader’s failed decisions.

Since his campaign to stop foreign criminals from deportation. As you can see. A further seven convicts went on to commit more violent or drug-related crimes. no doubt using taxpayer-funded mobile phones. Starmer gave them to help remain in Britain. Yet Keir is all over social media and television saying he is tough on crime.

My Own View

I really don’t believe that Keir Starmer is good for Britain and Britain’s best interests, he seems more focused on foreign intervention and international policies, than to care what’s actually going on within our country. Communities are ripe with crime, destruction, and fear, and all Starmer seems to care about is what bandwagon to jump on next.

Labour used to be for the people, now like most of their MPs they only look out for themselves and how much profit or financial gain they can get. In either case, if you vote Labour, then you might as well not bother voting for anyone, because the only change they will enact. is the change that can better financially suit them. And their MP collective.

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