Euro-Corbyns! Labour MEPs Would Welcome Traitors Home


Thanks to UKIP for letting Brits know how steeped in appeasement the Labour Party really is.

I haven’t seen the individual MEP voting records, but it looks like every single one of Corbyn’s pack in Strasbourg endorsed an outrageous motion to embrace rather than prosecute any jihadist scum who come crawling back from ISIS-Land.

These filthy swine (the jihadists, not the MEPs, or maybe…) went off to join Islamist rape-gangs making war on our allies, and thus merit treason proceedings. Instead, Labour dotes on the naughty little tykes, savouring a strategy of integration and social inclusion and of reintegration and deradicalisation of so-called ‘foreign fighters’ who are returnees;

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‘We want social inclusion, now, please!’

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As Gerard Batten, one UKIP MEP, observed – “This is shameful behaviour from Labour. In an increasingly unsafe world the British public will be shocked to hear that their elected Labour and Tory MEPs have voted to allow returning ISIS fighters back into British society. Anyone who has supported these terrorist groups should be appropriately prosecuted or not allowed back in.”

And the same red rogues made it clear they’re not having any silly nonsense aimed at stopping the travel of suspected terrorists, for immigration control purposes…

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Heaven forbid any of these courteous young gents might be an undesirable!

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UKIP conscientiously appended the relevant sections of the motion, so you can check they’re not misrepresenting the shocking moves by Labour –

Amendment 50

Amendment 50 – Vehemently believes, in light of the current refugee and migrant crisis in Europe, that Member States must refrain from using any border control measures aimed at fighting terrorism and stopping the travel of suspected terrorists, for immigration control purposes;

Recital T. – whereas the important thing now is to put greater emphasis on and invest in preventive rather than reactive measures to address the radicalisation of European citizens and their recruitment by terrorist organisations; whereas a strategy to counter extremism, radicalisation and terrorist recruitment within the EU can only work if it is developed in parallel to a strategy of integration and social inclusion and of reintegration and deradicalisation of so-called ‘foreign fighters’ who are returnees;

A more sensible policy can easily be enunciated.

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