Congratulations Dan O’ Mahoney on your appointment as “Clandestine Channel Threat Commander”. Thanks for introducing yourself. You have a tough task ahead of you. Let us hope that Home Secretary, Priti Patel, gives you the support and backing needed for you to complete the task ahead.
So “Looby”, where exactly, in mainland Europe, are the bombs these people are fleeing ?
Whilst it may not be illegal to cross the English Channel, why would anyone cross hundreds of miles of safe French countryside, only to pay huge sums of money to risk their life, and the lives of their children, by crossing the English Channel in woefully overloaded craft?
If these people had a legitimate right to enter the UK, they would use the scheduled ferries and Eurostar rail systems, to safely cross the Channel, and at a fraction of the cost. The fact that they don’t take the open, legal, safe routes implies that they are anything but legitimate.
If, as you say, anyone can apply for asylum, why haven’t these people ?
Why are they sneaking in, trying to avoid all the legitimate checks and balances ?
What are they hiding ?
This continuing lemming-like flow across the Channel makes no sense.
Shadow home secretary Diane Abbott said the child had died as a result of the “callous and inhumane” decision to strip Ms Begum of her citizenship while Tory MP and former justice minister Phillip Lee urged the government to “reflect” on its “moral responsibility” for the tragedy.
No Diane Abbott, the decision to strip Ms Begum of her citizenship is not “callous and inhumane”.
What is “callous and inhumane” is the support that women, like Ms Begum, give to terrorists.
The death of Ms Begum’s child is entirely down to her own personal life choices. The British Government does not need to “reflect” on its “moral responsibility” since these terrorist supporters have shown no moral responsibility.
I am fed up with the constant carping on about how the UK is mistreating or being unfair to wrong doers in general and terrorists and terrorist supporters in general.
As far as I am concerned these people stepped outside the law and, at that time, they relinquished all human rights, in the same way that they denied their innocent victims their human rights.
I have no sympathy for these women and they should not be allowed back into the UK.