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Written by Besi Bekteshi 24 Mars 2023
Of course there is a big "anti-boat" and anti-Albanian hysteria in Britain! And this hysteria has come as a result of the uncertainty of the power of the Conservatives and of course of an interior minister who obviously has an affinity with the Albanians, apparently ethnically or...!? But Rama has gone there and I recently heard him on a program on BBC Today. He told you that it is not the Albanians who are "embroidered" by a part of the government and the media! But in Britain they have a problem with the law of boats! They want to stop the boats and immigration according to them and moreover they don't really know if they will be able to do anything. There are controversies and on the basis of this law, which is very debatable, governance is actually being done! It is not known whether Mr. Rama will help the British Prime Minister, but what stands out is that politically there is a lot of ecid today between His Majesty's political wings! Anyway, they are insulting and blackmailing there and there are also televisions and media here that are bringing down the Resort that the Albanians are insulting and blackmailing and why do they want to insult and blackmail Rama who is ruining their resort. The resort was taken not on the owner's property, but with photos of Rama when they were petting him politically! No, but the world is not like that! Britain is a refuge and filled with thousands from the world, but the problem is only with the Albanians. Millions from the world India and Pakistan but the problem is..!? An article by Luke McGege on CNN states: The UK government today introduced proposed legislation that it could not say complies with international law, its latest attempt to stop migrant boats crossing the English Channel from France. The UK has seen a dramatic increase in people arriving in small, non-seagoing boats, paying criminal gangs of human traffickers to bring them into Britain. Many of these boats have sunk, people have died. This bill, in theory, should discourage people from making the trip and in doing so disrupt the business model of human traffickers. One potential problem: The Illegal Immigration Bill may not be legal. On page one of the bill, Home Secretary Suella Braverman admitted that she could not say whether the bill complied with the European Convention on Human Rights. to which the United Kingdom is in fact a signatory. So I am adding that this is where the problem begins and ends! But the article continues: "The law would prevent a large group of extremely vulnerable refugees from relying on human rights protections, leaving it up to the Home Secretary to decide who should be protected and who should be deported and especially excluding the courts almost entirely," says Adam. Wagner, a leading human rights lawyer. And this is where it starts, and the non-respect of human rights is what I deduce! "For example, victims of modern slavery will not be able to use laws designed to protect them. This attacks the core idea of ??human rights that everyone is protected and that states, under the ECHR, they must give people access to an effective remedy. "he adds. This is how the CNN article continues! Of course not like in the Albanian media, who, out of hatred for Rama, join those who hate Albanians as a politician in Britain! But why is it hatred and smearing them? Here's what the CNN article shows : If the bill passes, it is not certain that it will actually lead to the deportation of large numbers of people."As far as I can see, it will only speed up the deportation of people they could already legally deport," says Sunder Katëala of British Future, a think tank specializing in immigration and integration. Although the bill in theory allows the government to remove anyone who comes illegally, lawyers are likely to oppose this and block any such move." which essentially gives the government the right to deport anyone who lands in the UK illegally, is supposed to be a deterrent to people seeking to travel to the UK illegally. This should, in theory, break the business model of human traffickers. The problem is solved? Not enough, or too little. Experts say this would only work if people trying to enter Britain this way could easily find safe, legal routes into the country. In many cases these don't exist and even if they did, it could lead to them being deported from the UK anyway. But the CNN article has something important to say: The government's crackdown on small boats has been criticized as racially motivated by anti-racism groups and prominent commentators -- most notably Gary Lineker, the former England soccer captain. and known name. Something the government denies. Most of the people who have come by this method have been from Iraq, Iran, Albania and Afghanistan. Compare this to people who have applied to come to the UK through specially created government legal methods and programmes, particularly people fleeing Ukraine and Hong Kong, and the difference is stark. The latest figures show that 270,600 Ukrainians have applied for British visas, with 220,300 issued to date. Nearly 150,000 Hong Kongers have also come to the UK after the government made it easier to get visas in light of China's crackdown on Hong Kong, according to Hong Kong Watch, a UK-based charity that advocates for "Hong Kongers ” and worked with people coming to the UK. In contrast, 45, 755 are estimated to have arrived by small boat in 2022. And despite the government's tougher rhetoric, that number is up from 2018, when it was just 299 people. And the government is of the same color and party, I am adding! In the grand scheme of things, asylum seekers make up only around 18% of all immigration to the UK - including the dramatic increase since the start of the conflict in Ukraine. And the article continues - people on all sides of the debate agree that the UK asylum system is barely fit for purpose. The backlog is huge - 166,261 cases outstanding at the end of 2022. This has resulted in people being kept in hotels at the expense of the UK taxpayer, which has made the issue a point of tension for both the left and the right -- why should the public fund a system that doesn't work? There have been protests from both anti- and pro-immigration groups, in some cases erupting into violence. The support, experts say, makes any recent numbers on asylum claims approved or denied meaningless, as they do not accurately represent how bad the issue is. In short, the plan as it stands could be illegal, could unworkable life, has been called racist and may actually make things worse. Which, again, begs the question: why? One explanation may be the current state of British politics. The ruling Conservative Party has fallen in the polls in recent years. As things stand, it is highly unlikely that they will win the next general election. Tim Bale, professor of politics at Queen Mary University of London, says the policy is "a pretty clear grab at the kind of voter that the Conservatives need to hold onto badly to win the next election -- older, whiter, maybe less educated. and living in less affluent parts of the country". The electoral map favors the Conservative party in that it is able to win a majority with a smaller share of the vote than the opposition Labor Party. "Accounting for the Conservatives is clear: if they hang on to those core voters, they can keep the seats they have in those battleground states, even if it means they sacrifice a group of more liberal voters in more conservative conservative seats." Speaking of those Liberal voters, it's worth noting that they are now the majority in the UK -- at least when it comes to migration. As a conclusion for me, and many like me, the draft law on the ban of "illegal" immigration is the great political and ethical problem that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has, moreover, and he, an immigrant of non-British origin, looks "absurd" ” first, when the irrational makes you an enemy of an ethnic group and a people! An anti-human law should not be passed. Even if passed, it will be inapplicable and not beneficial. It will be a waste and it will manage to harm mainly the defenseless! the draft law to stop "illegal" immigration is the great political and ethical problem that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has, moreover, and he is an immigrant in his non-British origin at first sight "absurd", when the irrational makes you an enemy with a ethnicity and people! An anti-human law should not be passed. Even if passed, it will be inapplicable and not beneficial. It will be a waste and it will manage to harm mainly the defenseless! the draft law to stop "illegal" immigration is the great political and ethical problem that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has, moreover, and he is an immigrant in his non-British origin at first sight "absurd", when the irrational makes you an enemy with a ethnicity and people! An anti-human law should not be passed. Even if passed, it will be inapplicable and not beneficial. It will be a waste and it will manage to harm mainly the defenseless!