Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Crowdfunding 'Assisted Passage' to ISIS?

News that an entire family of twelve with chronic health and welfare demands had left the UK to join ISIS in Syria was greeted with shock and dismay by much of the British press - except by Rod Liddle in the Speccie.
It undoubtedly says something about me that my first reaction upon reading the story was: yay – result! That’s saved us all quite a few bob, no? Carry on like this and we might clear the national debt.
Now old Met plod Bob Quick - infamous for exposing intelligence papers to press photographers - is reported in the Guardian to be calling for free charter flights to ISIS for all British Moslems wishing to leave - requiring only that they hand in their passports and renounce UK citizenship on departure.  

Well, I'm pretty sure the government won't do it, for a host of pretty obvious reasons. But what about the rest of us? Would crowdfunding the wet charter of A320s to transport 180 Islamists at a time to the war zone actually be legal? Is there a formal process for renouncing citizenship? Could a registered charity be set up to facilitate the departure of these unhappy Islamists for Syria?

This could be a win-win solution; welfare-dependant Moslems get free transport to their Caliphate, we enjoy subsequent lower taxes. Hmmmm...

16 comments:

Weekend Yachtsman said...

Indeed.

I am completely relaxed about the prospect of as many "schoolgirls" as wish to do so, departing our shores to blow themselves up, serve their Jihadi heroes, or whatever else it is they want to do.

Such people have made the true allegiances abundantly clear and we should thank them for it.

The only thing that matters is making sure they don't come back.

Cuffleyburgers said...

Hear hear or here here or whatever. Anyway I agree. I cannot get the slightest bit excited about these idiots going off to get themselves used as sex slaves or blown to bits.

And in fact it annoys me when the plod pick them up at airports and take them home.

I suppose that makes me a bad person. But probably not alone.

right_writes said...

I reckon that the government is relying on us, the gullible public to continue believing in the "archaic concept" of citizenship and sovereignty.

As far as it, its compadres in Syria, and its fellow governments across the globe are concerned, there is only one CORPORATE world, and government interests are best served when the people are not aware of this.

So if we were to "crowd fund" such an effort, it would be a win situation for government, we would be spending yet more of our hard earned on fripperies like temporarily relocating bunch of confused human beings... At our expense.

Just because we look at these weird Muslims and laugh about their backward weirdness, does not mean that we are not backward weirdos ourselves...

...The government is banking on it.

James Higham said...

Oh if only, if only.

English Pensioner said...

I'd certainly be prepared to put something from my pension into a crowd funded scheme. Russell Brand said he'd go if someone provided him with a first class ticket, perhaps we should offer him the honour of leading the first contingent.

Anonymous said...

Better still, charter a ship or two. But you know what is going to happen - in a decade or two they'll all be heroes of the left, like the twats who fought in the Spanish Civil War ...

Anonymous said...

Getting them on the plane is one thing.

Ensuring there is a 'radical' British patriot with hollowed out shoes onboard with them is an entirely more difficult task.

Bucko The Moose said...

What a good idea, although I doubt it will result in lower taxes. They'll just find some other shite to spend the money on.

Gordon the Fence Post Tortoise said...

Wow - it's unanimous then .... c'mon let's get to it - Rotherham - Aleppo with one refueling stop.

Dunno about the A320 - a Soviet era turboprop (AN12?) is a more practical candidate - their operators + crews are more likely to have the relevant experience. I'm sure some obliging Turks will refuel it.

Perhaps we could organise it so more intrepid souls could drop in on their mates by parachute - nice ramp at the back.



Cascadian said...

Huh, why spend your money?

camoron and maybe have already announced that they will stop the nutters returning, what could be more convincing.

Cascadian said...

https://muslimstatistics.wordpress.com/2015/03/19/britain-80-of-londons-muslims-support-the-islamic-state/

80% support islamic state in London. The enemy next door.

Expensive proposition to crowd-fund their removal.

This is such a controversial issue that the Express published a similar report and almost immediately deleted it today-no doubt under government pressure-the truth cannot be told.

Anonymous said...

The usual bleat from the liberal left (when calls are made to deport these bastards) is that "where would you deport them to?". Well now we have an Islamic State, we actually do have somewhere to deport them to.

Coney Island

Poptart said...

I would prefer Rotherham - Aleppo with no refuelling stop

Anonymous said...

Maybe Russell Brand would forgo a first class ticket in lieu of a couple of dozen 'cattle class' seats so he can take a few supporters with him?

Anonymous said...

I have to smile, actually guffaw.

Sniggering, at the consternation, the lack of comprehension of the Socialist commentariat when they attempt to square the desire of these female, boys and various loons to want to fuck off to the death cult central. See the faces, the anguish of the left as they cannot fathom how people would want to leave this island with its Socialist paradise on earth, "who would ever want to" they entreat.

Of course, in the near future the real problems will start, when the Islamists run out of patience with the British authorities. Impatient, because of their [UK gov'] reticence in efforts to submit to the wishes of the death cultists, in reforming Britain and force marching the remainder of the population who do not support or love the cult of death - into a Sharia state-hell. War will come to Britain's streets, it will happen, it was so close during the troubles - the Protestants nearly went to war over UK government's appeasement to the Irish republican killers, the situation is not so very different now.

Poptart said...

Yes, war will come to the streets; but it won't be in the capital. It will kick off in a middle sized county market town where the quiet, peace and stability loving locals will round against the veiled and arrogant night people who have bastardised and destroyed a heritage which has taken a thousand years to build.