Snowflakes stop planes from taking off

No doubt you all remember this Swedish snowflake from last July.

From?Fox News: quote.

Elin Ersson, a student at Gothenburg University, was subjected to fawning media coverage over her stunt earlier this month when?she refused to take her seat?on the plane until the 52-year-old Afghan deportee was released. She was successful and authorities weren?t able to deport the man.

However, Swedish Police confirmed to Fox News that the man whose deportation Ersson prevented had received a prison sentence in Sweden for assault. The police spokesman declined to go into more details about the crime the migrant has committed. His asylum application was also rejected. end quote.

People like her make me mad. To hell with the victims, or with the law of their country. Poor little refugee criminal must be safeguarded at all costs.

Well, it seems she has started a new trend. From?The Daily Mail UK: quote.

A Somalian whose deportation from Britain was dramatically halted after airline passengers staged a mutiny demanding his release can be exposed today as a convicted gang rapist who was being kicked out of the country because of his sickening crime.

Officials escorting Yaqub Ahmed on a flight from Heathrow to Turkey were forced to abandon his deportation when around a dozen holidaymakers who felt sorry for him angrily intervened shortly before take-off.

At one stage during the astonishing episode, filmed on mobile phones, one traveller complained: ?They?re separating him from his family?, while others chanted ?take him off the plane?. end quote.

These people had obviously had too much sun already. They prevented a gang rapist from being deported! They rescued a rapist. Really? quote.

But the passengers who thought they were doing a good deed were unaware that the man they were defending had been sentenced to nine years in jail for his part in a vicious gang rape of a teenage girl ? and that another member of his gang later fought for Islamic State in Syria.

Today The Mail on Sunday can reveal how Ahmed and three other youths preyed on a 16-year-old stranger after she became separated from her friends during a night out in London?s Leicester Square, in August 2007.

In a planned attack, they lured her back to a flat in Crouch End, North London, by pretending her friends were waiting for her there ? then gang-raped her. end quote

Such a lovely boy… well mannered and took care of his mother… quote.

All four men denied rape, despite DNA evidence. They were found guilty at Wood Green Crown Court and each jailed for nine years. Police detective Emma Bird said at the time: ?The sentences given out by the judge reflect the seriousness of this offence.?

He was released from prison after serving little more than four years, and lived in a halfway house in North London until recently. Because he had been jailed for such a serious crime, the Home Office ordered his deportation, which led to him being placed on the flight to Istanbul last Tuesday afternoon. end quote.

It takes years of legal wranglings to finally deport someone, and now we have an emerging trend where snowflakes on a plane, who know nothing about the deportee’s criminal records or history, can make a?decision and cause havoc – for what? So the guy can be released to rape another victim? Seriously?

This is mob rule again. It may have the appearance of ‘kindness’ but, once again, a group of people seem to think that they have the right to decide what can be done. The rules and the laws that are there to protect innocent citizens, are just forgotten in a fit of zeal and pity for someone they know nothing about.

Proper deterrents are needed to stop these ridiculous incidents. Those that deliberately stop flights from taking off in a fit of unwarranted pity need to be arrested and charged. Taking deportees off planes (to be deported later, at considerable trouble and expense) achieves nothing, except giving snowflakes 5 minutes of fame as they are described as ‘heroes’.

How anyone can think they are being a hero when they stopped a rapist from being deported is anyone’s guess. If they are not sure, maybe they should talk to the rapist’s victim. She might throw a slightly different light on things.