View Poll Results: Should IS Brides Lose Their Nationality

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Thread: Stripping Away Someone's Nationality

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    Default Stripping Away Someone's Nationality

    Is it Ok to strip away IS brides nationality?

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    Default Re: Stripping Away Someone's Nationality

    Quote Originally Posted by Tinsley Green View Post
    Is it Ok to strip away IS brides nationality?
    Of course, Yes. Just to formalise the choice the individual made in the first place.

    A bit like Brexit. We voted to leave, therefore we can expect to be stripped of the rights applicable to EU membership.
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    Default Re: Stripping Away Someone's Nationality

    Now this is a contentious issue but isn't everything nowadays!

    My view is why should we go through all that is involved in bringing people like this back to the UK when they plainly didn't want to be here. Any one who has left this country to join any terrorist group losses their right to be part of our community, especially as people (are they?) kill and maim our citizens and others from other countries on our streets in the name of these groups.

    The do-gooders and hand wringers will no doubt be outraged (here we go again) until that is, a relative of theirs is killed. This radicalism is like a cancer.......... we can not let it in or let it flourish.
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    Default Re: Stripping Away Someone's Nationality

    Quote Originally Posted by magchip View Post
    Any one who has left this country to join any terrorist group losses their right to be part of our community, especially as people (are they?) kill and maim our citizens and others from other countries on our streets in the name of these groups.
    You might need to reword this? If you are sitting in your home in your own country and a big jet appears and blows up your school with your children inside, would you think that would be terrorism? Or, would you think it was totally justified and feel pride that the accidental death of your family was completely justified.

    A child died, I am sure that was the fault of others.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by litebulbs View Post

    A child died, I am sure that was the fault of others.....
    Its easy to blame others, why are you instantly looking for someone to blame? ............ people make decisions and those decisions could have consequences, her decision has.


    If I was sat in my home and someone bombed the local school and we where in the middle of a civil war / world war etc, then it would be devastating but that's what happens in conflict.

    If some toe rag who had been fighting for a terrorist organisation and was let back in to the country by do-gooders and a rubbish border protection, because of their human rights bollocks, blew the school up now that would be a different matter.

    Lets stick to the thread.............

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    Default Re: Stripping Away Someone's Nationality

    Quote Originally Posted by magchip View Post
    If I was sat in my home and someone bombed the local school and we where in the middle of a civil war / world war etc, then it would be devastating but that's what happens in conflict.
    So the Manchester terror attacks are OK, because one party was in conflict with another?

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    litebulbs are you trying to twist history again with socialist claptrap about interfering overseas?

    A child died because the mother made some very bad choices. End of. Tragic yes, avoidable absolutely, anybody's fault other than the mothers....................NO

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    Default Re: Stripping Away Someone's Nationality

    Quote Originally Posted by Tinsley Green View Post
    litebulbs are you trying to twist history again with socialist claptrap about interfering overseas?
    I asked a question that you, yet again, failed to answer. I see a theme developing. Lets try and be a bit grown up and stop the labelling? A child died and that child need not have died.
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    yes lets try and be grown up. The world is a nasty place, nasty things happen and you can't prevent all of them.

    The only theme that is developing is that your answers are more than a country mile off topic.

    magchip stated
    people make decisions and those decisions could have consequences, her decision has.
    that hits the nail on the head.

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    Default Re: Stripping Away Someone's Nationality

    Quote Originally Posted by Tinsley Green View Post
    yes lets try and be grown up. The world is a nasty place, nasty things happen and you can't prevent all of them.
    Ah, the egalitarian view. Do you know many people who have been excluded from this country and then their child died? The world does not have to be a nasty place, but some seem to get a satisfaction from hoping it is. Did this child need to die, no. Your views are quite disturbing, dystopian even.

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