Theresa May preaching “Duty” rather than the “Duty of Care”
According to the Mirror, dated 14/03/2013, an article titled, “Killers on our streets: 207 war crime suspects living in Britain including five “Nazis”. International criminals currently living here include mass murderers, torturers and rapists, some of whom cannot be deported because they face torture in their home countries.
The article notes the accounts of Alexander Huryn served at Trawniki labour camp in occupied Poland. Archives appear to show he joined an SS battalion that committed atrocities against Polish civilians in 1944 and 1945.The other a Colonel Kumar Lama, 46, a Nepalese army officer, is facing trial in this country after being charged with two counts of torture at a barracks in 2005 during his country’s civil war.
Theresa May in a short speech in New York, warned world leaders at the United Nations that they have a “duty” to stop the onward flow of migrants. Despite the facts of the real atrocity – Mrs May is willing to preach Duty rather than the “Duty of Care”:
Syria’s civil war is the worst humanitarian crisis of our time. Half the country’s pre-war population — more than 11 million people — have been killed or forced to flee their homes.
Families are struggling to survive inside Syria, or make a new home in neighboring countries. Others are risking their lives on the way to Europe, hoping to find acceptance and opportunity. And harsh winters and hot summers make life as a refugee even more difficult. At times, the effects of the conflict can seem overwhelming.
But one fact is simple: millions of Syrians need our help. According to the U.N., it will take £5 billion to meet the urgent needs of the most vulnerable Syrians in 2016.
Deduction: So if you have money despite your crime – we have an “open door” but if you fleeing war – we need to control you?