On the battlefield perhaps

British Isil fighters should be killed in Syria rather than be allowed to return to UK, a Government minister has said. Rory Stewart said converts who leave Britain to fight for the terror group are guilty of horrific acts and the only way of dealing with them is to kill them “in almost every case”.

Not sure we can quite do that later on, after they’ve come back to serve kebabs again.

34 thoughts on “On the battlefield perhaps”

  1. We could target them directly.

    Which I would support or I am pretty sure they could be legally returned to Syria as unauthorized combatants.

    I recall the during the Congo conflict in the sixties it was revealed that foreign guerilla could be held in communicado, and summarily executed as they are no authorized combatants.

  2. We should be targeting them directly either by drone strikes or special forces incursions.

    We do not want the fuckers back here.

  3. Mr Hill told the BBC that it was not worth losing a generation of young people who “naively” went to join Isil before attempting to come back to the UK.

    It is not a generation of young people, it is a small number of evil bastards who quite deliberately chose to go and fight for Isil. It is absolutely worth losing every last one of the bastards, they are no use to humanity and are much better off as worm food.

  4. Since the British armed forces are fighting against IS, by definition they are traitors. Ideally we’d hang then, but since we can’t do that now, a long prison sentence while we gather evidence as to what else we can get them for sounds appropriate…,

  5. Ironman

    Sarcastic: What’s the problem? They really are the enemy and have demonstrated it by bearing arms against us?

    Serious: Whilst there are certainly a few that could be regarded as traitors / otherwise guilty of treason, 48%?

  6. In almost every case? Every one of the fuckers at home or abroad ought to be swiftly put down, alongside their supporters and funders.

  7. Mr Hill told the BBC that it was not worth losing a generation of young people who “naively” went to join Isil before attempting to come back to the UK.

    I think the country can lose Mr Hill with nae bother. Better him and ISIS terrorists than actually losing a generation of young people to bomb attacks, knife attacks and worse.

  8. If they are allowed back half of them will either not be jailed or will be jailed for pitiful sentences, putting them back into circulation and a threat to British civilians for the rest of their lives. The security services will never be able to keep track of them. Any attempt to ‘cure’ them by the State will be a laughable failure, although the State will happily “sign off” their cure just to get them out of jail.

    The ones who do get long jail sentences will be running the prisons and radicalising even more scum like themselves.

    Kill them over there, by whatever means we can.

  9. Solid Steve 2: Squirrels of The Patriots

    Mr Hill told the BBC that it was not worth losing a generation of young people who “naively” went to join Isil before attempting to come back to the UK.

    Kill them all.

    Deus Vult.

  10. So Much For Subtlety

    “British”. Paper Britons do not Britons make.

    We ought to deport them and their families. Plus their religious teachers and prayer leaders. Any members of their mosque who are not working for MI-5.

    In fact just the entire community. The only safe Britain is a Britain that is 100% White.

  11. Bringing them back to be tried in our courts would be a nightmare. I assume it’s why Guantanamo Bay was built, and we know how that worked out. If we can square our obvious reservations – the moral shit, Rory Stewart’s solution is practical option.

  12. So Much For Subtlety

    Here are some more Paper Britons we do not want back:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/turkey/11804512/British-widow-who-left-the-UK-to-join-Isil-now-stranded-in-Turkey-and-desperate-to-come-home.html

    A bit hard to kill a woman and her five young children on the battlefield. On the other hand I would be delighted to pay Somalia to take them.

    Who doubts, even for one second, that we are going to end up giving this b!tch a passport and paying her on the order of £750,000 in welfare over her life time?

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5006069/Islam-Mitat-hopes-rebuild-live-UK.html

    Even if she has never set foot in the UK – and any sane government would make sure she stays that way.

  13. SMFS: I don’t know, if you believe these drone casualty counting organizations, when you kill ‘n’ people in a Sunni terrorist column in the middle of a desert, that means you’ve killed ‘0-n’ civilians (see the ‘AirWars’ site if you don’t believe me).

    Given that civilian casualties no longer mean anything, surely these future problems could be disposed of in some cost effective manner? Drone missiles are too expensive, I’m thinking grenades on top of RC cars would be more effective.

    Or yes, we could simply keep these aliens out, and expel them where they have been admitted, and not kill anyone. I’m sure George Bush would have words to say about the injustice of not letting in people that you’re going to have to kill, just because they want to kill you and you’re going to have to kill them in self-defence.

  14. SMFS:

    ” The only safe Britain is a Britain that is 100% White.”

    Tut, tut. Don’t you know that diversity makes us stronger? Look at all the benefits that non-white immigration has brought to the UK, like…er……. I’ll get back to you on that.

    Oh, Curry! Take that racists!

  15. “We have the recipes now.”

    It’ll never taste the same as we don’t have the ‘love’ they put into every portion……

  16. Why should we not hand them over to the Syrian government? Surely that’s what we’d do if a British person fought against the US government in Colorado (say) and tried to fly back to Heathrow. Why should the Syrians not be the ones to deal with them?

  17. We should just announce that they are working for MI5. Then the problem will resolve itself. They won’t take any chances with them. That includes the woman with the kids.

  18. I recall that ISIS held competitions to come up with ever more grisly ways to execute prisoners.

    Seems only fair to afford them the same fun when they are prisoners themselves.

  19. Rory Stewart is an ex-soldier and is simply stating factual reality as distinct from conventional politicese. I am amazed that the media isn’t neck-deep in condemnation of his realism, especially as he is a *Conservative*

  20. @ Andrew C
    NO – he doesn’t want to execute prisoners, just kill those fighting against us and civilisation while fighting.
    The alternative of life imprisonment is far more cruel (whether or not you think it well-derserved)

  21. British Isil fighters should be killed in Syria rather than be allowed to return to UK, a Government minister has said.

    Uncommon common sense… Especially coming from a wog. He clearly saw what a roaring success Gitmo has been and drew the obvious conclusion.

    I fully expect him to be hounded from public life.

  22. Solid Steve 2: Squirrels of The Patriots

    Andrew, John – IIRC there’s nothing in the laws of war compelling us to accept surrender from the enemy.

  23. @Solid Steve 2: Squirrels of The Patriots, October 23, 2017 at 6:00 pm

    You won race to post that link

    I agree with Rory & US – kill them all inc spouse/partner & progeny.

  24. Bloke in North Dorset

    Lord T,

    “We should just announce that they are working for MI5. Then the problem will resolve itself. They won’t take any chances with them. That includes the woman with the kids.”

    It was probably apocryphal, but in the early days of the troubles in NI there were rumours going round the Army that units would lift a suspected terrorist, raid somewhere they knew was dodgy the release the suspect.

    As to the matter at hand Churchill is supposed to have replied “shoot him” when asked what they should if Hitler was captured. Even he acknowledged that sometimes good men need to do bad things.

  25. Bloke in Costa Rica

    There’s too many hardcore roppers—two in five—in the UK to make shooting them a practical or even hygienic proposition* so the more we splat over there the better.

    *although I suppose the experience we gained during the BSE and Foot and Mouth debacles would come in handy for disposing of the four hundred thousand sharia supporters you’d need to top.

  26. You don’t shoot a man who’s back over here working in a kebab shop.

    You impale him on a large skewer, obviously, and roast him.

  27. It is a moral failing of both law and the people at large that killing these enemy troops is no longer permitted.

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