Death Penalty Fine By Us Says UK Government (in not so many words)

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Surprised there's no specific thread for this that I could see...
Two of the so-called "Beatles"- a quartet of British jihadists who executed prisoners for Daesh- are being extradited to face justice in the US for their cowardly crimes and Home Secretary Sajid Javed has made no request for assurances to be made that they won't face the death sentence. Quite frankly I couldn't care less, and apparently we'd withdrawn citizenship from these creatures anyway.
Isis Beatles: UK 'drops opposition to death penalty' for the jihadists ...
 
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Abbotopotomouse was quick to jump up and tell us we'd lost our principles. The same socialist principles that sends her kids to private school, has private medical and is just feckin plug ugly. Perhaps she should change places with one of those animals. Let's hope they get their comeuppance. :cool:
 
#5
Why would we object, if we could have targeted them they would have been given the good news by RAF airmail anyway.
 
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Surprised there's no specific thread for this that I could see...
Two of the so-called "Beatles"- a quartet of British jihadists who executed prisoners for Daesh- are being extradited to face justice in the US for their cowardly crimes and Sajid Javed has made no request for assurances to be made that they won't face the death sentence. Quite frankly I couldn't care less, and apparently we'd withdrawn citizenship from these creatures anyway.
Isis Beatles: UK 'drops opposition to death penalty' for the jihadists ...
This was discussed on Radio 5 overnight, the two fairly liberal commentators seemed at a bit of a loss as what to say. One was adamant that the death penalty is wrong and started on a set of platitudes, she also said it was against the values of Britain and that the British population don't agree with the death penalty (well, they do, but a liberal cant obviously accept the wishes of the public), but when challenged by the host as to her objections to the death penalty she seemed a bit lost for a while :)

It does seem that a good number of Beeb commentators have strong opinions but aren't always sure why they have those opinions!
 
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Presumably they don't know why they have those opinions until they speak to their Common Purpose minder to get the official line on the matter
 
#8
Presumably they don't know why they have those opinions until they speak to their Common Purpose minder to get the official line on the matter
It's hard for me to listen to them sometines, I get a bit shouty at the radio :)

There seem to be liberals who believe that if British people support the death penalty then Britain has lowered its morals and 'the terrorists have won'

It seems that liberals think that ISIS are trying to disrupt the commute to work, stop up attending pop concerts and change our daily habits.
Oddly enough, and perhaps I'm old fashoined but I still believe ISIS are still trying to kill all non ISIS people, no matter how long it takes and even if its just one person at a time.
 
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Abbotopotomouse was quick to jump up and tell us we'd lost our principles. The same socialist principles that sends her kids to private school, has private medical and is just feckin plug ugly. Perhaps she should change places with one of those animals. Let's hope they get their comeuppance. :cool:
I doubt that Diane will be let out of the padded cell in the basement of Labour HQ. Even Jeremy has gone into hiding as his MPs vote to change Labour policy on Jews being the root of all evil.

Two thoughts occur to me.

First, British citizenship has been removed from these two. They are currently resident in the Middle East. WTF does extradition have to do with us? Their crimes were committed abroad. Presumably the Yanks have access to all of the evidence. Why does this involve Britain?

Secondly, how can their British citizenship have been removed? It's illegal to remove citizenship and leave people stateless. British citizenship has been removed from people like Abu Hamza's son because, through his father, he had British and Egyptian nationality. If we can render people stateless, why haven't we done it with all the Brits who joined Daesh? Why are we letting them back into the country if we don't have to.
 
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Aye @Slime -when commentators recite whichever platitudes fit the liberal narrative from behind a microphone, they don't usually bother with any knowledge or sound reasons. In any case if they're that bothered, the usual outrage merchants are welcome to join those two.

These London IS "execution cell" scumbags beheaded at least 27 hostages and tortured several? Few people will care what happens to them, but if they had to live out the rest of their miserable existence incarcerated with other pondlife, or on Death Row for say ten years without easy ways out, that would be nice.
 
#11
I don't believe in the death penalty as a sentence for an already secured criminal, for a number of reasons, but I do agree with being able to stop people (Lethally if necessary) during the commission of a crime or while they still pose a threat to life and limb. However, if the British government has rescinded the citizenship of these two, then how can they have a position on whether or not they are to face the imposition of the death penalty in a foreign court?
 
#12
It's certainly a quandry, on the one hand the Uk has to maintain it's moral objection to the death penalty but...on the other had these people deserve whatever comes to them. Handing them to another party to execute them is slightly cowardly when we should deal with them ourselves but what offences should attract the ultimate sanction and is there any appetite among Joe Public for a change in the law.
 
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Abbotopotomouse was quick to jump up and tell us we'd lost our principles. The same socialist principles that sends her kids to private school, has private medical and is just feckin plug ugly. Perhaps she should change places with one of those animals. Let's hope they get their comeuppance. :cool:
So you reckon that a British politician should change places with a murdering scumbag who committed some pretty vile crimes against defenceless individuals including torture and barbaric public execution by decapitation and other equally indefensible means.

Abbott has a lot of baggage that 99% of posters on this site don’t agree with but she hardly deserves this comparison.

You should leave consuming the several bottles of port until after you have finished posting your daft opinions on here.
 
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The other good bit of news that was revealed today is that these 2 pieces of ISIS slime are no longer Citizens of the United Kingdom, that being the case why are we wasting time discussing this. I frankly dont care if they meet a sticky end at the end of a rope, or via some chemical cocktail being administered. The best solution is for their captors to stick them up against a wall and dispose of them before paying for them to be moved around the world to a court to discuss their short future.
 
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I still don't see what's "immoral" or inhumane" about executing scum like these, so long as the evidence is irrefutable.
Someone on a whole life tariff in the UK costs the taxpayer at least £3million.
No need for anything dramatic, such as hanging or electric chairs, just a well sealed cell & a late night dose of carbon monoxide, followed by cremation & their ashes dumped in landfill.
 
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So you reckon that a British politician should change places with a murdering scumbag who committed some pretty vile crimes against defenceless individuals including torture and barbaric public execution by decapitation and other equally indefensible means.

Abbott has a lot of baggage that 99% of posters on this site don’t agree with but she hardly deserves this comparison.

You should leave consuming the several bottles of port until after you have finished posting your daft opinions on here.
Yes and it is MY opinion but thanks for your weak attempt. Oh aye, I don't drink port :cool:
 
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This was discussed on Radio 5 overnight, the two fairly liberal commentators seemed at a bit of a loss as what to say. One was adamant that the death penalty is wrong and started on a set of platitudes, she also said it was against the values of Britain and that the British population don't agree with the death penalty (well, they do, but a liberal cant obviously accept the wishes of the public), but when challenged by the host as to her objections to the death penalty she seemed a bit lost for a while :)

It does seem that a good number of Beeb commentators have strong opinions but aren't always sure why they have those opinions!
It was the main topic on Radio Ulster's Talkback show today, the worms really came out of the wood. Quite amusing all the hand wringing liberal cnuts.
 

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They are not in the UK or on UK sovereign territory i.e. Embassy etc therefore the U.S. are not asking us about their extradition. These guys knew what they were doing so now reap the "rewards" of their work.

The world is changing, war is no longer the Thin Red Line so the practice of people enjoying the benefits of being British then going off to fight against British interests because of their ideology should mean we can wash our hands of tgem. The idea that they can just come back once they have done their ideological duty is wrong and they laugh at us for allowing it.

We should be able to make them stateless if they turn their backs on this state.
 
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So you reckon that a British politician should change places with a murdering scumbag who committed some pretty vile crimes against defenceless individuals including torture and barbaric public execution by decapitation and other equally indefensible means.

Abbott has a lot of baggage that 99% of posters on this site don’t agree with but she hardly deserves this comparison.

You should leave consuming the several bottles of port until after you have finished posting your daft opinions on here.
The silly fat cow seems to object to the death penalty for them. How totally unlike labour to support terrorists :roll:.
 

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