"Innocent child has now died as a result of a British woman being stripped of her citizenship." Absolutely ridiculous statement.The British Labour Party
This is coming from a woman that actually thinks someone would want to rape her.Diane Abbott is a fucking piece of shit.
Shamima Begum: Diane Abbott blames Sajid Javid for baby's death - 'callous and inhumane'
LABOUR MP Diane Abbott has blamed Sajid Javid for the death of Shamima Begum’s baby yesterday, after the Home Secretary stripped the ISIS bride of her British citizenship.
LABOUR MP Diane Abbott has blamed Sajid Javid for the death of Shamima Begum’s baby yesterday, after the Home Secretary stripped the ISIS bride of her British citizenship.www.express.co.uk
Beat you to it on this occasion. But it comes down to emotion. People don't want her here so they throw logic out of the window. My first reaction was the same...I was like "fuck her" and was glad. But it was a gut reaction and although I am perfectly happy for her to not come back on a personal level, rational, objective analysis says it's not acceptable policy.Either this thread is populated almost entirely of idiots, or people simply can't separate emotion from logic.
She should have been taken back and the reasons for that are obvious. She's a British citizen who was radicalized in Britain as a citizen, she's quite clearly our responsibility and should be dealt with in our courts. Why should some other country who has played zero role in her radicalization have to take her?
I'd love to see some of the reactions on here if the shoe was on the other foot and we were the ones expected to be taking in a non citizen who happened to be a terrorist.
Bring her back, send her to prison. Pretty simple.
I don’t know if you get news of what happens to ours over there, they invariably end up killed from an air strike, a little idea we picked up from soap operas, a nice, convenient ending to wrap up it up...He is right. She shouldn't have been stripped of citizenship, as she was born here. If I go out and do something horrific, should they be able to strip me of citizenship? It implies that there is a different rule for someone not white. She is a cunt. I don't want her in the country, but precedent is important and citizenship should only be revoked if it was given to someone who was not born here, later got it and then did something heinous.
It's also obnoxious for us to tell Bangladesh that they should take her. She's never been there, wasn't born there and yet they are supposed to accept our baggage? If I moved to the US, had a kid, and my kid became a serial killer and the US said "Right he's coming back to you Britain" how many of you would say "Yeah fair enough"?
She should come back and go to prison. Ideally for a very long time. I don't buy into the shit about her being a victim or groomed like she is some poor child who was duped. The comparisons with girls groomed for abuse are pathetic and offensive to actual victims. She had to seek out her "groomers" and the stuff they used to win her over was videos of gay people being thrown off buildings and aid workers being beheaded. It was not being told she was beautiful and bought gifts by some older man she fell for.
The law matters, and deciding to change it when we feel like it and after an event is dangerous as fuck. She's broken the law, she can be punished based on that, but she's a British citizen.
Aye I was pretty much the same, I had a discussion with a friend about it and it's plainly obvious that the right thing to do would be to bring her back. He was a lot more sympathetic to what she had been through than I was but that's a separate debate, we both agreed that the decision should have been to trial her immediately upon return.Beat you to it on this occasion. But it comes down to emotion. People don't want her here so they throw logic out of the window. My first reaction was the same...I was like "fuck her" and was glad. But it was a gut reaction and although I am perfectly happy for her to not come back on a personal level, rational, objective analysis says it's not acceptable policy.