cj#513> re: Globalization and Human Rights


Richard Moore

Date: Fri, 22 Mar 1996
From: Charles Bell <•••@••.•••>
To: "Richard K. Moore" <•••@••.•••>
Subject: Re: cj#507> Globalization and Human Rights

If you check your reports of the person Major wanted deported from
England, I think you will find he was Saudi Arabian, not Iranian.

The Government openly admitted they were deporting him (denying him
asylum) in order to protect their lucrative arms sales to the Saudi

However...as of a few days ago a British court apparently enjoined his
deportation, at least temporarily.

I don't know what powers the courts have in Britain to prevent the
government from carrying out their policies in the long run.  Do you?


Dear Charles,

        Hope you don't mind your reply getting posted -- seems of general
interest.  Now I'll have to send out a correction to all the lists I
bombarded with that piece.  Thanks for taking the trouble to let me know.

        Rather than a voice to be respected, the courts seem to be just
another barrier to be battered this way and that until policy makes it
through under some guise or the other.  Perhaps Major's approach was too
high-handed.  If so, he'll ask his lawyers to propose a different pretext
for the deportation, I would imagine.

        There's good sense behind being high-handed -- if he succeeds, then
he's advanced the ball several yards toward a police state, all in one
play.  Should win him kudos from his NWO mentors.


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