Judges at the Courts of Human Rights can be dangerous people. Their rulings affect not only those persons asking for a decision on behalf of murders, rapists, terrorists and those who incite their actions, but also those that are affected by the actions of those outside the law. Then there are those who preach hatred and violence against others, all these people seem to have rights which are denied to their victims.

These Judges do not seem to take into consideration the rights of individuals to live a life without fear, without pain, without suffering and without crying out each day ‘where is my daughter where is my son’, or the mental suffering of one person abused by another. The families, relatives, friends and members of the general public who have lost loved ones, or been mentally and physically damaged by the actions of such people.

The most dangerous rulings are those that affect politicians and appear to affect the general public, because then there’s an up-swelling of opposition to the Courts of Human Rights and legislation is then passed to restrict the influence of these courts.  We all have rights and need strong clear laws to maintain them, our very freedom depends on this.

That is why the Courts of Human Rights need to walk a line that does not go in one direction only, giving more protection to those who destroy our lives.  A balance has to be  maintained they should always remember the victims first!

I always remember Ken Livingstone goading Margaret Thatcher from across the Thames, who then disbanded the Greater London Council.   So these Judges should remember courts can be disbanded, laws can be changed by politicians. We need good Human Rights so do not destroy it all by making rulings that go against everyone.

You only exist because people want you to, but they can easily change their minds.


©  Michael Douglas Bosc




About michaeldouglasbosc

I am retired and live with my wife on a small olive finca in the middle of a forest in the mountains of Spain in Catalonya. I served 9years in the armed services, am an engineer and because of my love of navy sailing ships a naval historian of the 1700-1800's, plus the author of 10 books. When I retired I started writing adult books my first being A Soldiers Wind. Then came Stanley's story again adult books such was his life. Another book on life in the 1950's this very much an adult book. I have now returned to my love of the sea and my latest navy book 'A Plymouth Story' follows the life of Dr James Blackstock. But Clearing In The Forest is an historical fantasy set in the middle ages at the end of King Johns reign. All the books are published on Kindle and Create a Space in paperback. I have worked all my life and for relaxation I sailed a coastal yacht for many years, but deep inside me was a writer waiting to get out. So when I retired I started writing I find story telling both relaxing and - for me - a pleasure.
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