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  • ross1948 20:24 on September 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , patriotic pilots, , , Turkish Airlines   

    Use RAF To Deport ‘Em! What’s Theresa May Playing At? 

    Campaigners to target airlines after pilot saves Afghan man from deportation


    What is the government doing about this outrageous situation? Theresa May has to get her God-awful Home Secretary Amber Rudd to get the finger out and ACT.

    It’s not as if it’s a one-off!

    It is not the first time deportations have been thwarted by pilots exerting their powers to refuse to transport unwilling asylum seekers, either for humanitarian reasons or over concerns for in-flight security and passenger complaints.


    What the heck is the British Government going to do about these arrogant cockpit upstarts?

    Decent passengers would hardly complain if the undesirables were securely trussed up? There’s no security problem in that case. If there are pinko passengers unhappy about sharing a flight with deportees, tell them to sod off.


    If foreign airlines refuse either to dismiss subversive pilots, or at least to take effective disciplinary action pour encouragez les autres, then it’s time to bar those airlines from landing at UK airports.


    Hasil gambar untuk afghani pilot refused deportation from uk turkish airlines


    Use British airlines, not those beholden to hostile regimes like Turkish Airlines, as was the case in the report!


    Have the British airlines vet pilots to ensure unprofessional, politicised pilots are not rostered to fly planes taking unwanted aliens back to where they belong. If any British pilots turn traitor, replace them!


    But if Theresa May lacks the will to take any of those simple steps…


    Gambar terkait


    …then why for pity’s sakes don’t they just use military cargo planes. A big one like that, above, could easily transport a hundred or more neatly packed unwanted aliens!

    RAF pilots are not likely to turn traitor the way some scummy civil pilots might.



    And if any attempt is made by agitprop trouble-makers to interfere, inside the airport or on the tarmac, hit them with the full force of the law.

    Have well-equipped police standing by ready to get stuck into agitators.

    Subdue them, arrest them, charge them.


    Lock ’em up!


    • Pamela 21:26 on September 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      As so often, your reactions resemble mine, going through all those ways the government might have responded to this problem instead of just staying mum and thinking it over for fear of upsetting media who will never support them no matter what.

      The thing that is so extremely annoying is how these demonstrators usurp any laws they don’t agree with. The whole hearing and appeal process was gone through and the deportation was legally beyond reproach. That pilot should be grounded permanently and never entrusted with another flight anywhere.


    • Vicki 21:43 on September 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, use the RAF if that’s what it takes to get these aliens out but there should be no need for that. if the pilot gets bolshie, take HIM off and put on a dependable pilot.
      If some little lefty passengers act up, do what the SPanish police did a month ago as you yourself told us about,
      ,’Guardia Civil were called in…eventually the plane took off…with the Senegalese on board for repatriation, but without the six protesting passengers who were banned from the flight.’ https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2017/07/22/snakes-on-a-spanish-plane-rat-bags-obstruct-deportation/


    • Nick Mulholland 01:56 on September 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      RAF good idea but arresting agitators?
      I don’t think I am wrong, when I say that the last time arrests were made for trying to block deportations, not sure where but one of the London airports, did the court not let them off with a slap on the wrist?
      British courts are in dire need of reform, dire need of judges and magistrates with a serious attitude to crime, .


      • David 03:12 on September 5, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Very good point, Nick,
        Unless the people can trust in the law courts to put the law-breakers down, there is not a lot of use in giving the police the task.


    • Elizabeth Rankin 20:46 on September 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      It makes me so angry when these illegals are found out, not refugees at all, and still they think they have a right to live here and live off British tax-payers.
      I understand that they are dishonest but what I cannot understand is why any British people support them.


  • ross1948 18:33 on December 3, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Kobani, , Turkish Airlines, Zuhal Sengul   

    Kasihan Zuhal Sengul – Hot Turkish Delight Fired By Kill-Joys! 


    Turkish Airlines flight attendant named Zuhal Sengul fired for video circulating in cyberspace is considered too sexy…

    Are Turkish Airlines bosses non compos mentis?
    At the moment, Turkey is not the most popular of countries, what with its stoney-hearted stance on Kobani, where courageous Kurds are holding off ISIS satanists as the powerful Turkish Army sits a few metres across the border, idly watching.
    But despite one’s distaste for Erdogan’s indifference, there are many guys, probably, all over the world, who would buy a Turkish Airlines ticket just on the off-chance that the above yummy dish would be on the menu as the gal who ministers to passenger needs.
    Yet she’s been fired!

    There is a standard and special quality that we expect from the staff. Being involved in the modeling world is not one of them,” said a spokesman for Turkish Airlines
    Check out Zuhal’s ‘standard and quality!’
    Would YOU fire this beauty?

    I’m boycotting Turkish Airlines!



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