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    Good. Fuck that bitch.

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    Daily Mail readers were convinced she would be returning to a life of benefits, a council flat and suing the government for allowing her to leave the country






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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Good. Fuck that bitch.
    And murder her child, right? No death penalty in Britain for the most heinous crimes, but it's ok to butcher innocent people in other countries. Well done, now stand by for payback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Pat View Post
    Daily Mail readers were convinced she would be returning to a life of benefits, a council flat and suing the government for allowing her to leave the country



    Good enough reason for the radical right to slaughter several million people across Europe.

    But it's the DM, after all.

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    Jones posted messages in support of Isis as well as extremist comments such as: “You Christians all need beheading with a nice blunt knife and stuck on the railings at Raqqa ... Come here I’ll do it for you.”
    What a nice women she was.

    The sad part is her 12 year old son's death. Leave kids out of it. The death of innocent children must be avoidable with today's weapon's technology.

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    And murder her child, right?
    hardly a child after so many years over there brainwashed by his toxic mother and daesh






    i for one wont be losing any sleep over the death of nothing other than a murderous daesh operative.
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    US predator drone strike.

    Hellz yea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    hardly a child after so many years over there brainwashed by his toxic mother.
    Interesting.
    What other aspects of upbringing are there that in your view make a child cease to be a child?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Pat View Post
    Daily Mail readers were convinced she would be returning to a life of benefits
    You would know since you live in a council flat right?

    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    And murder her child, right?
    Fuck off you troll. I would have shot that little shit myself. That rugrat killed an unarmed man and would have killed you too.

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    they are also the victims of ISIS, never forget that, it works like a sect

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    What other aspects of upbringing are there that in your view make a child cease to be a child?
    well, i would say that being 12 years old and militarised to such an extent that he can shoot a tied and bound adult in the back of the head as part of a mass execution without looking in the least bit coerced or uncomfortable disqualifies him from childhood and the protections that are generally granted by that moniker.

    he was a monster, a brainwashed monster granted, and the military, quite rightly in my opinion, judged that more lives might be saved by killing them both, than by saving her because her 12 year old son might be killed as well.

    its a war, and normal rules just dont apply.

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    will the evil bitch get 72 toyboys to fuk her in mussie heaven?

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    Well the state of mind that runs Great Britain will of course have a minutes silence this coming Monday at 11 am.
    At least I'll have an idea of who's this one for, a local Kent girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    ...Fuck off you troll. I would have shot that little shit myself. That rugrat killed an unarmed man and would have killed you too.
    There there, of course you would, warriors are real brave. But in the real world, which may be a strange place to you, if that kid was captured alive and brought back to Britain he would face no more than youth detention with heavy duty counselling; and if his mother was captured she would face no more than jail time with her human rights scrupulously intact. Perhaps you overlooked a rather straightforward principle even for the severely challenged: no death penalty in Britain, or Europe, but fine to kill them and unknown and innocent people around them overseas.

    And while you are not the only poster that thrives on pointing the finger of hypocrisy at others, perhaps you or our other halo polishers could lead us through the logic of killing Brits overseas, yet welcoming them back to the country if they choose to return, with the usual catalogue of rights and benefits.

    Or, ignore both of these scenarios in favour of doing what you do best.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    yet welcoming them back to the country if they choose to return
    Where have I ever stated that these people should be allowed much less welcomed back? I haven't that's why. I think it is completely absurd to allow them back at all. That is not something that happens in my country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    You would know since you live in a council flat right?


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    I applied and got a council flat in 1997. It requires rent to be paid monthly like most flats.

    But l didn't join isis. So l wouldn't know
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    Funny that Pat, I was in a council flat in London and payed the rent in 1998 , but the world was very different.
    No Daesh, no 9/11
    No wog refugees flooding the council housing estates .
    Libya Syria are still intact.

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    ^

    The clueless ones are those who assume all council tenants are suffering in squalour, breeding pitbulls, eating tesco value meals and smoking dog ends from the ash tray while waiting for their welfare giro to arrive..

    When I applied in Islington in '97, one of the main reasons people were willing to wait longer for a council flat was the services and maintenence that they provide. Councils need to maintain government safety/living standards so any repairs/improvements are made quickly and efficiently by certified teams employed directly by the council. This is what council tax covers. Things ran smoothly back in those days.

    4yrs ago all the boiler and heating systems in every flat were replaced.

    Now 20yrs later if I have a loose tap washer it's faster to fix it myself. Councils have subbed out these services to private maintenence firms. While standards may be ok, the reliability suffers. in '97 the tap washer would be reported at 10am and a council van would pull up outside at 1pm.

    Now it might be 2-3 days before a Polish or Lithuanian bloke comes by and sorts it out, while his gf Magda is sat waiting outside in the van.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Where have I ever stated that these people should be allowed much less welcomed back? I haven't that's why. I think it is completely absurd to allow them back at all. That is not something that happens in my country.
    Good start snubby, carry on and you'll be in danger of getting there; as you're prepared to murder them it's a given you think it's absurd to allow them back into the country. Probably wouldn't even hesitate, would you? - just slightly unclear if you would murder them only in foreign lands or also under Brit jurisdiction. Please clarify.

    I would suggest the most absurd part of your post is you believing what you think actually matters; it doesn't. What matters is what others think, because it is their existence not yours that makes a difference in matters greater than internet foreplay.

    I had you down as a left wing nutter, but it seems you are a wannabe right wing murderer; please make up your mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasabi View Post
    Funny that Pat, I was in a council flat in London and payed the rent in 1998 , but the world was very different.
    No Daesh, no 9/11
    No wog refugees flooding the council housing estates .
    Libya Syria are still intact.
    Funny, that, musta been the wogs.

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    These ''wog'' refugees stretched the system to breaking point and now the excellent services councils provided for their tenants are no longer.

    The system is getting stretched further by the day...

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    without looking in the least bit coerced or uncomfortable disqualifies him from childhood and the protections that are generally granted by that moniker.
    So, brainwash a girl child into believing pleasuring old men is good while not looking coerced or uncomfortable means she's not a child and thus it's not statutory rape?
    FFS, he was a child.



    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    its a war, and normal rules just dont apply.
    Eh? There are rules of war, and one of them I'm sure is that you don't kill children.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    So, brainwash a girl child into believing pleasuring old men is good while not looking coerced or uncomfortable means she's not a child and thus it's not statutory rape?
    FFS, he was a child.




    Eh? There are rules of war, and one of them I'm sure is that you don't kill children.
    To be honest, I would think that one of the "rules of war" is that you do not *deliberately* kill children. Sadly, children have always been, and probably will always be unintended victims of war.

    However, for me, the death of the boy lies solely at the feet of the mother. Deliberately taking your kid into a war zone, *enrolling* them in the armed combat, and nobody else is to blame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    hardly a child after so many years over there brainwashed by his toxic mother and daesh




    i for one wont be losing any sleep over the death of nothing other than a murderous daesh operative.
    You pretentious twat, that's like some prick fresh out of Lonely Planet land wai-ing a whore or saying you're off on a weekend trip to Pareee.

    It's fucking ISIL or ISIS you silly northern pillock. Daesh my arse.

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