Get Islamist terrorists on the first plane out of here, says Patrick Christys

Get Islamist terrorists on the first plane out of here, says Patrick Christys

Patrick Christys shares his thoughts on supporters of terrorism

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Patrick Christys

By Patrick Christys

Published: 27/10/2023

- 10:47

Patrick Christys urges Government to 'do what’s in the best interests of Britain'

Get foreign nationals in Britain who support terrorism on the first plane out of here, and if the human rights brigade want to block the plane on the tarmac they can get gone as well.

Why is that controversial? Why? Here’s the latest data released today: Nearly three-quarters of people think foreign nationals who glorify Islamist terrorism should be deported from the UK.

That’s an overwhelming majority of people.

The controversial view should be keeping them here. The controversial view should be trying to help bring them back to Britain like in the case of Shamima Begum.

In fact when you really look at the numbers 74 per cent of people agreed foreign terror supporters should be removed from the UK - 4 per cent disagreed and 11 per cent said they did not know. So just four percent would keep them here. I’m sure plenty of you listening to this now are thinking perhaps they should have their hard drives checked…you wouldn’t be alone in thinking that…

And before the usual types on social media start banging on at me about how this is a hard right, far right issue and we’re all a bunch of frothing racist Nazis, the data shows 70% of Labour voters would deport them, and 73% of Remainers. So there you go. That’s a heck of a lot of far right bigots, isn’t it?

This is the prime example of our politicians needing to get out more: It is the overwhelming majority view of people right across the political spectrum that if you support a foreign terror group you should be deported.

We should do some kind of mass public lie detector test, or probably just ask people actually, I’m sure plenty of them would openly tell you. And if it turns out they have sympathy for the Taliban, which a lot of people apparently helping with our counter-terrorism Prevent scheme actually do, or al-Qaeda, or ISIS, or Hamas, or anyone like that then you’re on the first plane out of here.

Of course by this logic there is the chance we may have had to deport the former Labour leader, but that wouldn’t have been the end of the world.

We could at least do it with Channel migrants - if they are coming from countries where terror groups are prominent we need to know and we need to get them out of here.

The reality is that there are a very fringe group of about 4% of people in Britain, one would imagine the majority of them are either hardcore charity activists, lawyers or actual terror group sympathisers themselves, and they make a lot of noise.

They’re big on social media. They make a lot of noise. They make it seem like there’s tens of millions of them out there. There isn’t! Just ignore them and do what’s in the best interests of Britain.

This idea politicians have that they couldn’t possibly start deporting more people because there’d be outrage…yeh there would be, amongst a small group of idiots who are probably very angry about life in general anyway. Just ignore them.

It should absolutely not be controversial to get Islamist terrorists out of Britain, and do more to stop them coming in. If they like those groups so much, I’d be happy to pay for their flight ticket to wherever their jihadi mates live.

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