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  • ross1948 15:10 on November 27, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Brussels Aims To Save Sectarian Pigs From Abattoir – And Bojo? 


    Excellent news from Dhaka, where a pack of Islamist pigs have been sentenced to death, for the vicious mass-murder of 22 innocents.

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    Seven Islamists To Die For Worst Terror Attack In Bangladesh

    https://bdnews24.com/bangladesh/2019/11/27/seven-islamists-to-die-for-worst-terror-attack-in-bangladesh

    Nobody in his or her right mind will dispute the justice on the sensible sentence handed down in Bangladesh.

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    The European Union is the leading institutional actor and largest donor in the fight against death penalty worldwide.    https://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/sectors/human-rights-and-governance/democracy-a

    But that ‘right mind’ category obviously excludes the Brussels Commissars, who have striven time and again to save the vilest vermin, all over the world, from getting proper pay-back for heinous crimes.

    Nothing in that can be construed as news.

    BUT…what will Bojo do?

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    The UK is trapped in the EUSSR till at least next year.

    Any action taken, before the eagerly awaited executions, by Fuhrerin Leyen and her Comrade Euro-Commissars…

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    ….to rescue the Islamist swine from Dhaka’s Death Row, will be taken in the name of EVERY member state, including Britain’s.

    Will Johnson, if he’s still PM, speak up, as Brits would want him to, and disown the effete EU stance?

    My best guess is he won’t.

    He’s all mouth and trousers, sans backbone!

     
    • Reid Corcoran 07:17 on November 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I wish we had the death penalty for jihadists.
      It’s the only fair punishment for the likes of ISIS.

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    • Keith Milner 11:26 on November 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Okay if Bangladesh executes them all, bot obscene if the ‘EU’ objects.

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  • ross1948 16:45 on October 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    In All Fairness, Right On Rory! But Will His Boss Agree? 


    This past weekend, we excoriated the disgraceful policy endorsed by Theresa May’s ‘independent’ anti-terror adviser, Max Hill, of allowing the return ‘home’ of so-called ‘British’ people who went to the Middle East to enlist in the ISIS rape-gang.

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    Another T-May Betrayal – Welcome Home, ISIS Terror Pigs! 

    Since Theresa May has not so far slapped down this absurd appeasement of jihadist evil, we condemned her too.

    But now she has a chance to redeem herself, for one of her Ministers, Rory Stewart, has spoken up for common sense.

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    While it’s hard to figure out what Mr. Stewart meant when he said there were “very difficult moral issues” about putting down sectarian vermin – most Brits would like every last one of them out to death, surely – he added that –

    “These are people who have essentially moved away from any kind of allegiance towards the British government.”
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    “They are absolutely dedicated, as members of the Islamic State, towards the creation of a caliphate.
    They believe in an extremely hateful doctrine which involves killing themselves, killing others and trying to use violence and brutality to create an eighth-century or seventh-century state.”
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    “So I’m afraid we have to be serious about the fact these people are a serious danger to us, and unfortunately the only way of dealing with them will be, in almost every case, to kill them.”
    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/oct/22/only-option-is-to-kill-british-isis-fighters-in-syria-says-minister

    Grand stuff, Rory!

    Though ‘twould have been grander had he called for the death penalty for those caught in terror actions in Britain.

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    But before we exculpate Theresa May from the charge of appeasement and/or folly, let’s wait and see if she comes out with a ringing endorsement of her minister’s wise words!

     
  • ross1948 00:28 on February 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: . death penalty., Allies, , , , , , , , radicalised, ,   

    Questioned At A Border, Did I React By Killing Innocents? Drop Dead, CAGE! 


    Just watching CNN, some puke from an outfit called CAGE in the UK, who seemed to be arguing that disloyal Islamists should be cosseted, cuddled, even, rather than hammered, as normal folk would hope they’d be.  

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    • He was whining that Jihadi John had been ‘radicalised’ – the new word for choosing satanic evil as a way of life – due at least in part to being detained in Tanzania, where security authorities were concerned that he wanted to go to Somalia, where the terror gang called Al Shabbab were active.

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    British security services too, quite rightly, interested and had a word, so it’s said – by CAGE.

    And this ‘explains’/ ‘excuses’ / ‘legitimises’ the pig JJ’s enthusiastic bloody savagery, his beheading of innocent people?

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    I was once on a bus from some French city to Barcelona. It was 1975, when Spain was going through a spell of terrorist attacks.

    The Spanish border officers came onto the bus, checked everyone’s papers, then told me to step off. They went carefully through my bags and double-checked my docs and interrogated me on my travel plans.

    Why?

    I was a young guy, in a leather jacket, with longish hair. The rest of the bus were older, middle-aged tourists, apart from the Japanese girl sitting next to me.

    That was presumably why I stood out, in their eyes.

    I understood perfectly why they were more thorough with me than with the rest. Revolutionaries tended to look like me.

    So was I filled with fury and resentment? Was I ‘radicalised’ by this experience? No, no beheading career for me. It wasn’t the first or last time I’d had the hard stare from authority figures. But I didn’t give a monkey’s.

    (Speaking of monkeys, I interrupt to say that as I type this, CNN has another report, showing the stinking ISIS apes DESTROYING one of the winged bulls of Nineveh and other priceless artifacts –

    Ignorant ISIS Savages – Mayhem in Mesopotamia! 

    – I am beside myself!)

    I’d done no wrong, had no intentions of doing anything untoward – the gal from Tokyo was the only likely target of any untoward attentions on my part, and she wasn’t having any of my nonsense!

    So let’s not hear garbage from CAGE, or the other special pleaders who make out that poor little Islamist fanatics are turned along the path of terror by security/police forces doing their difficult and sometimes dangerous job.

    JJ is a rotten cowardly sectarian swine and has has been for years, a religious nutter who couldn’t even bring himself to look women in the eye – freako!

    Something nasty in the soul.

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    Clearly he deserves to die for what he’s done.

    Developing that theme, I note Cameron has said, in connection with the identification of Jihadi John, that the beheaders will be brought to justice.

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    But that’s just the thing.

    If captured By UK or Commonwealth Allied forces, the swine will not face justice.  British Government policy is dictated by the EUSSR and thus cannot impose justice. Neither Canada nor Australia has yet woken up to the need for restoration of capital punishment.

    America..no chance – not under Obama, who specialises in turning terrorists loose.

    But suppose JJ was taken by Jordan, or those brave Kurds.

    They know how to handle vermin. They kill them.

    But what would Cameron do, pending the delightful prospect of execution?

    HE’D PLEAD FOR MERCY FOR JJ! That’s his (aka Brussels’) stance on the death penalty. UK tax-payers’ money would be used, wasted, on intercession to save JJ’s neck, on the grounds that he’s a ‘Briton!’

    Am I wrong? I doubt it.

    So let’s hope any captors don’t waste time on a trial.

     

     

     
    • Joseph B. Fox 00:51 on February 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I was profiled about thirty years ago on my return to the UK at the port of Newhaven. Chap couldn’t have been nicer about it. He explained that the Tory Party conference was on up the coast, and this was the year after the IRA atrocity in Brighton. He didn’t say why I had been picked for special treatment, but it was probably because I look Irish (one eighth in fact) and I was the right age to be one of Mr Adams’ boys. If only I’d known what I know now, Id’ have beheaded someone.

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