21 February, 2019 at 12:30 pm #1112640
I think the saying really goes paigey….people in glass houses shouldn’t get stoned……..LMAO21 February, 2019 at 12:32 pm #1112642
Any way…wasn’t Shamima the rag doll in classic BBC kids show…Play School? LOL…..OK kids( must have been children as kids weren’t invented yet) LOL…….let’s look through the broken window….LOL21 February, 2019 at 1:30 pm #1112658
Jemima21 February, 2019 at 2:23 pm #111266821 February, 2019 at 3:48 pm #1112692
There’s bloodlust all around.
If that baby dies because he’s been kept illegally in a refugee camp for too long, then his blood will be on the head of Sajid Javid.
The three girls were 15 when they joined that death cult, and they were bright by all accounts. At 15, their hormones must have been racing around their bodies like racing cars on the Grand Prix, and their heads full of jolly robins. Most 15 year-olds are as daft as a brush, no matter what religion they have.
Now one of them is dead, the other is probably alive but God knows where, and this one has lost two babies, and is desperate not to lose her third. She’s only 19, which means she’s late adolescent, proud, probably frightened for herself and her baby.
She’s as British as you or I am, and she has every right to the protection of the British State. If she’s done anything wrong other than stupidly sail off at 15 to be a ‘Bride of Islam’, then she should and will be punished for it. The baby could well be separated from her, but at least he’ll live.
Javid knows he’s not got a legal leg to stand on, but he’ll keep her and her baby in a Syrian refugee camp as long as he can.
If the baby dies, there, then his blood is on Javid’s head. The only result will be to recruit more jihadis, just as the murder of 13 civilians in Derry 45 years ago served as a major recruiting sergeant for the IRA.
We’re supposed to be better than that death cult.
1 member liked this post.21 February, 2019 at 6:54 pm #1112700
UK law does not require that someone holds dual nationality to be denaturalised.
This is a UN directive, which the British government seems to have decided that it doesn’t care about.
I don’t like that denaturalisation is an executive power of the Home Secretary, this was a change that Blair made. However, Savid Javid’s decision is legal, regardless if Bangladesh claims her as a citizen or not.21 February, 2019 at 10:39 pm #1112708
It’s not legal. It breaks international law.
It’s not a directive at all, from the UN or anyone else. It’s a Declaration of Universal Human Rights to whihc the UK is a signatory. There are several such expressions of international law, which means internationally agreed law.
We’re signed up to the Geneva Convention on the Rules of War, as well. If we break those rules, we’re acting illegally, because it’s international law.22 February, 2019 at 12:25 am #111271422 February, 2019 at 12:38 pm #1112726
Do you actually know all the law Sceppers as you seem to say a lot about what is should be and will be?22 February, 2019 at 12:38 pm #1112728
Was a joke nemesis