EU Court Says France Violated Rights of Somali Pirates, Must Pay Them Money

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 5, 2014


The European Court of Human rights has decided that France violated the human rights of Somalian pirates after they attacked French ships, and must now give them shekels to compensate for their suffering.

This is real.

The nine African bandits will get thousands of Euros because they didn’t get a fast enough trial.


One is to get 9,000 euros (£7,000) and the others sums of up to 7,000 euros.

The judges faulted France for keeping them in custody for an extra 48 hours.

The pirates had held French citizens hostage after seizing a French-flagged cruise ship and a French yacht in 2008.

The French military captured the pirates on the Somali coast in two operations, after the hostages had been released for ransoms of $2.1m (£1.3m) and $2m.

Indian Ocean shipping has been plagued by pirate gangs operating off Somalia in recent years, but international naval action in the region has sharply reduced the attacks.

Again, reading stories like this these days, I am almost thankful. There is only so far they can push this stuff, and it does appear they are mocking their own selves with these new laws and rulings.

Any normal person can see this is insane. Let’s just hope there are enough normal people left to do something about it.