woensdag 6 mei 2009

Named and shamed: the 16 barred from UK
Tuesday, 5 May 2009

The article says that sixteen people from all different countries are not allowed to enter the United Kingdom anymore. Home Secretary Jacqui Smith certified to make the names of those who were banned since October official and public. People have to know what kind of behavior Britain will not accept. If you have difficulty by living the rules of the country you are not allowed to be in the country and your name will be made public and everyone will know why you are not welcome anymore. On the list there are only names of people who do something that is not allowed or accepted and whose behavior is against the rules and values, or when there is the thought of cause violence or inter-community tension.

When I started to read this article I thought that the steps this Home Secretary takes are a bit extreme. I thought she wanted to put all people on the list who just have got different opinions. While reading I discovered this was not the case. She only puts people on this list who are overstepping the mark when there is the thought of causing violence or inter-community tension... One of these people on the banned list is Michael Weiner, also known as Michael Savage, the radio talk show host. I agree with this measure of the home Secretary. The people who are on the list of least wanted are people who have extreme ideas and thoughts. If you let them do what they want they can cause very bad things, like hate or violence, which is not good for the society. People deserve to have peace and calmness and if that is only reachable by taking this kind of measures, well then so be it...


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