Monday, February 2, 2015

Because Iraq Wasn't an Option?

From Yahoo News:
"A court in Oslo on Monday authorised police to banish Iraqi Kurd "hate preacher" Mullah Krekar to a remote Norwegian village.
The mullah, 58, who has been living in Norway since 1991, founded the radical Islamist group Ansar al-Islam.
He was released from prison at the end of January after serving a two-year, 10-month sentence for making threats against Prime Minister Erna Solberg, before she came to office, and three Kurds."
So this guy, clearly not Norwegian, who doubtlessly holds not the slightest bit of respect for Norway's traditional religion or culture, is allowed to make the trip over for... some splendid reason, I'm sure. Upon completing his journey, he then decides to cause trouble in the new land that so graciously took him in.

And just why, then, can't they get rid of this scumbag?

"Norwegian law bars him from being deported to Iraq, where he risks the death penalty."
Remember that, Norway is more than willing to sentence its own people, as well as legitimate refugees, to death in order to not get its hands dirty. Why, that would be just icky.

This is an ongoing problem, not just in Norway, but in the entirety of the West: the obvious choice is foreclosed because "it just wouldn't be right." "It just wouldn't be right" to send this man back to face justice for his crimes, although nobody with half a brain could possibly dispute how right it is.

"We've moved beyond such primitive ways" the leftist says, as blood runs in his streets from the savages he refuses to reign in. "We are better than that" he says, while granting criminals, murderers, and terrorists pride of place over the innocent. We don't impose the death penalty any more," especially not on those imposing it with abandon upon their fellow denizens.

Iraq is not an option, the death penalty is not an option: not until your home has become Iraq and it it your turn to pay the penalty.

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