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  • ross1948 8:48 pm on December 15, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , oubliettes, , ,   

    ISIS ‘Foreign Fighters?’ Ask Assad Nicely To TCB! 


    It surely wouldn’t take long to hang something like 400 ‘Britons’-

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    (‘Britons’ – that’s Guardian-speak for sectarian traitors who disavowed their duty of loyalty to Britain)

    – who sleazed off to join the ISIS rape-gang but  are currently roaming around UK streets freely, ‘only subject to limited monitoring because their number is far beyond intelligence agencies intensive surveillance capability.’

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    …but Instead we have to listen to Dominic Raab, who ‘hinted that the UK could support an international tribunal to put them on trial in the region..’

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/dec/06/thirty-britons-believed-to-be-among-isis-fighters-held-in-syria

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    Ha!

    No chance of THAT delivering justice, especially since, as the report says, such a tribunal ‘would require United Nations approval.’

    Why?

    No chance of any death penalties with that lot of supranational twats sticky-beaking into it.

    But that Guardian report was fairly factual. Now a simple question before we continue.

    What do you and people you know think ‘British’ members of the ISIS rape-gang deserve?

    Few, I imagine, find the Tory government’s treatment of the sectarian traitors in any way acceptable. And I don’t only mean Theresa the Appeaser…

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    …but also her successor, who has continued May’s manic policy of allowing hundreds of ISIS pigs to come ‘home’ to a country they betrayed…

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    ( after years leeching off its health and education benefits )

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    …to stick their swinish snouts into the benefit troughs all over again. That is, by any rational standards, utterly shameful.

    My own preference,unlikely, alas, to be met, would be to handle them the way they handled that poor Jordanian pilot who fell into their hands.

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    A bit of hell on their way to the real thing would be just the ticket for ISIS ‘fighters’
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    That’s just my immediate take on the subject, prompted by today’s Guardian, which displays a near freakish level of bias in its use of the word ‘Fears!’

    Get THIS for slanted hack-left ‘journalism?…

    Fears are growing that the Foreign Office has paved the way for British Islamic State captives held in Syria to be handed over to the regime of President Bashar al-Assad, which is accused of war crimes including mass torture and executions.

    Fears?’

    Who ‘fears’ such a hand-over? Guardians hacks and other pinko creeps, sure, but I guess most normal Brits, and French, Germans, etc would be more likely to say –

    The sooner the better!

    The more ISIS rape-gang S.O.B.s suffer, the better justice is served!

    The good news is that –

    The legal charity Reprieve says that differing statements from the Foreign Office indicate that the government has diluted its previous opposition to British nationals being prosecuted in Assad-controlled Syria.

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    However, unusually, the Guardian performs a public service by reminding us of the effete Theresa-The-Appeaser policy…

    ..and here’s a PS to her successor!

    Even if Bojo failes to adopt my graciously proferred proposal that Assad be permitted to implement an agreeably final solution to the problem, and if Bojo also lacks the guts to re-introduce capital punishment, there are other viable options, like internment, in suitable places.

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    Hasil gambar untuk oubliette

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    Oubliettes are easy to construct, methinks, or, though one feels sorry for the sea-birds, there’s a solution I have offered several times in the past couple of years.

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    Rockall!

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    But of course the United Nations, with its vociferous defenders of ‘human rights’ like Red China and Saudi Arabia…etc….would forbid any such steps…

     
  • ross1948 7:14 pm on June 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'less serious terrorist offences', , oubliettes, , tougher sentences,   

    No ‘IF,’ Please, Theresa – Just Stuff ‘Em Down Oubliettes Till They Rot! 


    Those of you, like me, who heard Theresa May make her statement a couple of hours ago, should have been listening carefully for key words.

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    Like “IF!”

    “If we need to increase the length of custodial sentences for terrorist-related offences – even apparently less serious offences – that is what we will do.”

    Why say ‘IF‘ when time and time again ridiculous kid-glove courts have handed down pitifully soft sentences? Everybody knows draconian legislation is required.

    Lock the swine away for LIFE….

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    …and that must mean LIFE, till they ROT!

    And without any facilities to make their existence bearable. No books, no TV, no contact with other prisoners.

    Oubliettes must be easy to construct, and would be entirely appropriate….

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    Hasil gambar untuk oubliette

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    Terrorists are demonic, so make their lives HELL!

    And if they can’t hack it and hang themselves…

    …all the better!

    And what are we to make of Theresa’s other words, when she spoke of ‘even apparently less serious’ terrorist offences?

    What in God’s Name are ‘less serious‘ terrorist offences?

    Anyone who gives any kind of aid, comfort or encouragement to terrorism…

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    ….or fails to notify authorities when they hear some sick swine uttering words of sympathy for any evil jihadist cause, should be liable to long, very long, terms of imprisonment.

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    Same goes for those Islamists who publicly make demands for the death of innocent people.

    As for her call for possibly ’embarrassing’ conversations within certain communities?

    WHICH communities might that be – won’t she tell us?

    Let’s let her clarify that, before polling day, before we comment further.

     
    • Diana 7:39 pm on June 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I can count on the fingers of one hand how many times you haven’t summed up perfectly what I have thought about this kind of problem.
      I was going to comment on your first and second ‘posts’ today but glad i waited.
      This is a delight to read.
      An oubliette?
      Never heard the word till today but I liked the picture and looked it up in the dictionary and I think it’s absolutely fabulous.
      They deserve worse but an oubliette will do.

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    • Joe K 9:03 pm on June 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      In old stories I read when I was a kid, anybody went down into one of those oubliettes in castles, they didnt come out again.
      I like the idea..

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