posted on Feb, 25 2012 @ 04:59 AM
Originally posted by n00bUK
Conspiracy in its self how a man of his status would sell Iran anything in this climate, let alone for a tiny fortune of £500. I think the rabbit
hole goes very deep on this incident, I just don't know where to start looking.
We're not allowed to extradite a known, actual, real terrorist because of EU legislation of human rights, but we can extradite a well respected
citizen to america for something, which seems he was set up for.
Stinks to the high heavens and I'm sick to death of my country been a walking mat, given any of the situations been the other way round, he wouldnt of
been extradited+ to England from America and the terrorist would of been sent here from any other country on the globe.
Makes me sick how our politicians just back down, grow a fkin back bone for the sake of our people, not politicians 5,000 miles away - just another
perfect example, of many, that shows how our people have no voice and the last word is spoken by the politicians.
When we say no or yes - it should happen. Who shouldn't be given an illusion of choice when in all realness, we do not count.
So what do you think the real motive is for his extradition? The U.K government, The E.U and the U.S government seem to believe he has done something
very naughty. There is never smoke without fire.
If you will allow me just to state a theory (and that is all it is): Is it that Israel are really annoyed with what Mr Tappin has done like they were
when British businessmen tried to sell Saddam Hussein components for his "supergun". If you study that case you will see that there were
assassinations of businessmen before. Atleast now the courts are involved with every opportunity for true justice to be served (perhaps that is too
My instinct tells me he has done something that has really annoyed the U.S.
Yet, like you say, there are terrorists in the UK who should be deported and extradited. They are a real threat to the U.K and her allies. This is
very serious stuff. We don't like it when these things happen, but in reality there are limitted means of dealing with such issues in law. As I learn
more I am beginning to appreciate the reason why new legislation has been created because terrorism is a very real threat to us.
Look how the people of Afghanistan have reacted to just a few books being burned. They act irrationally and hysterically. Just because a few books
have been burned already scores of people have died as a result of protests. That is what we are up against. I don't like it one bit, but I do
empathise with the authorities on this score and do believe they are acting in the best interests of the people they represent.
We have all got to stop doing our own governments down as we are weakening ourselves. I am not prepared to weaken or unstabilise my own government
while we have such threats of terrorism on our doorstep. We know all about this in the UK. We had to put up with the IRA bombing our people and even
our own government. Horrible!
I do not think that they would have extradited him over £500.00 of parts. I think there is much more under the surface and once he is tried we will
have all the facts. As it stands, as in all court cases, information cannot come out in the open because it can ruin the defense's case or the
edit on 25-2-2012 by Revolution9 because: spelling