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Reintegrate IS terrorists and no"border controls… aimed at fighting terrorism” vote Labour MEPs

Discussion in 'Personal' started by Cantandmorecant, Nov 28, 2015.

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  1. Cantandmorecant

    Cantandmorecant Lead commenter

    As part of the EU Socialists and Democrats group in the EU parliament, Labour MEPs have voted on reintegrating Islamic State terrorists and an amendment to the Prevention of Radicalization and Recruitment of European citizens bill MEPs calling for no "border controls aimed at fighting terrorisrm".

    In a statement on the amendment the group said they, “Vehemently believes, in light of the current refugee and migrant crisis in Europe, that Member States must refrain from using any border control measures aimed at fighting terrorism and stopping the travel of suspected terrorists, for immigration control purposes."

    Their alternative proposal is for, “greater emphasis on and invest in preventive rather than reactive measures to address the radicalization”, along with, “a strategy of integration and social inclusion and of reintegration and deradicalisation of so-called ‘foreign fighters’ who are returnees” from terrorist territory.


    Diane James MEP and UKIP Home Affairs spokesman responded:

    “After the events of Paris I am astounded that Labour MEPs have voted for these amendments. The free movement of people has led to the free movement of jihad and the only way to combat this is for Member States to regain control of their borders immediately.

    “Labour opened our borders and have attempted to keep them open even in the face of these barbaric forces. UK citizen’s security should be paramount, apparently Labour does not agree”.

    Gerard Batten UKIP MEP, who spoke on the report, said:

    “This is shameful behaviour from Labour. In an increasingly unsafe world the British public will be shocked to hear that their elected Labour and Tory MEPs have voted to allow returning ISIS fighters back into British society.

    “Anyone who has supported these terrorist groups should be appropriately prosecuted or not allowed back in."


  2. silvaran

    silvaran Occasional commenter

    Reintegration may prove useful. How they are processed by the justice system could be by a case by case approach, many are disillusioned by what they see and experience in the 'Islamic state' and desperate to return. Some could be an excellent source of information on how to fight deash and to counter radicalization at home.
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  3. Duke of York

    Duke of York Star commenter

    This will be someone from the same party that a prominent member proclaimed that the floods were God's retribition for gay marriage. Do you honestly know how you come across as somewhat *********** by alignhing yourself with this party, Canty?
  4. Cantandmorecant

    Cantandmorecant Lead commenter

    I think that's a *********** thing to say Dukey.
  5. FairyHoneyPeaches

    FairyHoneyPeaches Occasional commenter

    I have reported this. Uncalled for offensiveness.
  6. Cantandmorecant

    Cantandmorecant Lead commenter

    This is pure speculation. There are no figures for how many traitors have left to join IS and are now "desperate to return". And for those who did return how could you ever believe anything they said after they pledged allegiance to a murderous organisation who has vowed to destroy the West?
  7. Cantandmorecant

    Cantandmorecant Lead commenter

    Labour MEPs voting against the Bill is reflected in this woman's stance who also wants to "reintegrate" IS fighters.

  8. aspensquiver

    aspensquiver Star commenter

    Quite right, Honey. Disgraceful abuse of the language. Down to a limited vocabulary, I expect...
  9. aspensquiver

    aspensquiver Star commenter

    The Like is for your use of "Dukey".
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  10. jamiedoorknob

    jamiedoorknob Occasional commenter

  11. FairyHoneyPeaches

    FairyHoneyPeaches Occasional commenter

  12. jamiedoorknob

    jamiedoorknob Occasional commenter

    In my opinion a poster who repeatedly fakes the "death" of their persona and gets a "relative" to post about it should have their IP address banned from the forum. Its very nasty way to manipulate people and the sign of mental unwellness.

    What would your view be on such a poster?
  13. aspensquiver

    aspensquiver Star commenter

    I thought you were a new poster?
  14. jamiedoorknob

    jamiedoorknob Occasional commenter

    Are you saying such a thing has happened on this forum?

    I wonder who was responsible for it......?
  15. aspensquiver

    aspensquiver Star commenter

    I thought you were a new poster?
  16. FairyHoneyPeaches

    FairyHoneyPeaches Occasional commenter

    Reported. You are obviously a mennace.
  17. Weald56

    Weald56 Established commenter

    Is that the same as a 'menace'?
  18. jamiedoorknob

    jamiedoorknob Occasional commenter

    What are you FairyHoneyPeaches?

    What made you choose that name?

    Most people would think its a really bad idea to call yourself after Bob Geldof's daughter who died.
  19. FairyHoneyPeaches

    FairyHoneyPeaches Occasional commenter

    I could ask you the same.

    [This comment/section has been removed for breaching our Community Guidelines/Terms and conditions]
    If you knew anything you'd know that her name was Peaches Honeyblossom Geldof-Cohen.

    Kent1 = bad form to pick up on another poster's misspellings.
  20. Cantandmorecant

    Cantandmorecant Lead commenter

    Someone who identified the problem early on

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