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WE REALLY NEED TO KEEP THEM OUT

By Pete Moore On March 7th, 2019

A French-born jihadist who spent a year fighting in Syria for the Islamic State group has been found guilty of the murder of four people in an anti-Semitic attack in Brussels in May 2014.

Mehdi Nemmouche, 33, opened fire with a Kalashnikov assault rifle and a handgun at the city’s Jewish Museum.

No no no no no. I don’t care what the laws say. I don’t care what international treaties say. These savages, where it’s known that they supported and joined with Daesh, must be kept out. Change the laws and treaties if necessary. Innocent lives literally depend on it. I don’t care what the human rights lawyers say. They can be invited to shut it.

It is simply not liberal, in any true sense of the word, to tolerate preventable murder at the hands of known genocidal terrorists.

27 Responses to “WE REALLY NEED TO KEEP THEM OUT”

  1. It has taken nearly 5 years to convict this man !

    He was born into a family of Algerian origin in the northern French town of Roubaix.

    Was Algeria ever part of the Belgium Empire ? I ask because some here like to justify the criminality because of past events.

  2. What do you think of the latest story that an Irish woman who served for years in the Irish army and air force (yes, it has one), ultimately converted to Islam, left the services, became “radicalised” and then went off to Syria to be with others of a like mind, and has since got along with them so well that she gave birth to a child.

    When she was with the Air Corps she apparently worked on the Government jet and served government ministers and a former Taoiseach.
    What have these Jihadist loons got what an Irish taoiseach doesn’t, I ask yeh?

  3. What have these Jihadist loons got what an Irish taoiseach doesn’t, I ask yeh?

    Balls.

    😏

  4. Harri, former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern had more balls than a batallion of Jihadists.

    And don’t get me started about Charlie Haughey.
    There used to be a saying in Ireland:
    “Thow a stone over an orphanage wall and the chances are you’ll hit one of Haughey’s bastards”.

  5. Bertie Ahern..huh!

    Ahern claimed €377k in expenses since leaving office
    Details provided to Wicklow TD Anne Ferris show that the ‘Teflon Taoiseach’ has claimed over €10,000 in phone expenses alone.

    https://www.thejournal.ie/ahern-claimed-e377k-in-expenses-since-leaving-office-245757-Oct2011/

  6. I don’t think you understand the point Noel’s trying to make Harri.

  7. Berit Ahern rinsed the Irish taxpayer.

    Oh, he’s got balls alright.

  8. Bertie. *

  9. I still don’t think you understand the point Noel’s trying to make.

  10. Harri fails to understand something. I’m shocked I tell ya, shocked !!

  11. Colm

    You liar.

    😏

  12. I love you Harri 😍

  13. Harri, on March 3rd, 2019 at 1:19 PM Said:
    Pete exaggerates – Colm has not been touched so London is fine

    Precisely.

    I did post the very same thing yesterday.

    Colm is not part of the solution, but a very large part of the problem.

    Liberalism, the plague of the 21st century.

    Colm, on March 3rd, 2019 at 1:37 PM Said:
    Liar Harri.

    Harri, on March 3rd, 2019 at 3:25 PM Said:
    Colm, on March 3rd, 2019 at 1:37 PM Said:
    Liar Harri.

    Harri, on March 2nd, 2019 at 2:20 PM Said:
    Katerina Makunova, 17, was found slumped in a block of flats in Camberwell, South London, on Thursday as knife crime continues to grip the capital

    But, but, but Colm has managed to stay clear of being stabbed, so knife crime of murdered children in London, is…zero?

    Hi ya Colm..

    😁

    😁

  14. And if Haughey’s brood isn’t evidence enough, Taoiseach Jack Lynch was the only player in history to captain both the football and hurling winning teams at the same time. Lynch also made history by winning, as captain, no less than SIX successive All Ireland Finals, in both senior hurling and football.

    Don’t tell me he didn’t know about balls.

  15. With the amount of balls spoken by some here on ATW I’m sure some could be spared. 😁

  16. What do you think of the latest story that an Irish woman who served for years in the Irish army and air force (yes, it has one), ultimately converted to Islam, left the services, became “radicalised” and then went off to Syria to be with others of a like mind, and has since got along with them so well that she gave birth to a child.

    Noel,

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-47513099

  17. What do you think of the latest story that an Irish woman who served for years in the Irish army and air force (yes, it has one), ultimately converted to Islam, left the services, became “radicalised” and then went off to Syria to be with others of a like mind, and has since got along with them so well that she gave birth to a child.</em

    Absolutely no doubt, she will be allowed to ride roughshod over the many homeless Irish already in existence, free council house, benefits and showered with liberal progressive love.

    Unlike the already homeless Irish wandering the streets of Ireland.

  18. //Unlike the already homeless Irish wandering the streets of Ireland.//

    Seriously, Harri, I find your obvious concern for Irish “Pikeys” to be very touching.

    You see, don’t tell me people can’t change.

  19. Noel

    Are you calling Irish homeless..Pikeys?

    Disgraceful.

    You should hang your head in Shame.

  20. Noel

    So, a) has Ireland serious issues with homeless people? (I would say yes they have.

    b) Are they all Pikeys? ( I would say, no they are not.)

    Noel, over to you.

  21. Seriously, Harri, I find your obvious concern for Irish “Pikeys” to be very touching.

    Noel

    Please allow me..

    I have absolutely none, zero, Nada, none whatsoever in any shape or form, “concern” for Pikeys.

    How “touching” is that?

    I care about as much for Irish Pikeys, exactly the same as they care about you or me.

    😏

  22. //Are you calling Irish homeless..Pikeys?
    Disgraceful.
    You should hang your head in Shame.//

    Harri, you fail to understand.

    Why should being associated with the Travelling community be an insult? They have put their ragged shoulders to the wheel of Ireland like everyone else.

    Look, just close your eyes, draw that woman close to you, listen to this song and celebrate the miracle of love, sung for you two alone by a couple of travellers. Tomorrow you’ll be a better man for it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FtbynyGgB2o&start_radio=1&list=RDFtbynyGgB2o&t=64

  23. Noel

    I imagine you living in Germany, and Paul living in Spain, must suffer horrendous social abuse from Irish Pikeys, rather than us English living in England?

    😏

  24. Travelling community?

    HAHA HAHA.

    😁

  25. //I imagine you living in Germany, and Paul living in Spain, must suffer horrendous social abuse from Irish Pikeys, rather than us English living in England?//

    Actually, believe it or believe it not, I was in court in cases involving Irish people only twice, and in both cases they were Travellers.

    The offences were relatively trivial, and in one case I remember the judge was so amused by the simplicity, charm and humour of those two lads that he let them off.

  26. The murder of Patrick Finucane deserves special consideration not only because of its particular brutality (armed men broke into his home and shot him dead while he was eating his dinner in the kitchen with his children) but, again, because of official involvement before and after the crime.

    If his murderers weren’t actually members of the “Security Forces” (I think it was a British government minister who said there was a 70% overlap between Loyalist deathsquads and the UDR), they were tolerated, encouraged and facilitated by the British army and police. And of course after the killing, the British authorities did everything to cover up their crimes and continue to do so to this day.

  27. Ooops, wrong thread. Someone delete the above, please.