Lisa Smith


#1

Heres your new Ireland.

Tolerant and diverse, willing to expend State resources in the pursuit of the safe return of members of a cult who rape, immolate and decapitate other human beings.

Planting foreigners in small rural communities.

While Irish kids eat their dinners from cardboard on Grafton Street.


#2

The answer to this is very simple. She should be asked why she wants to move back to Ireland. She has yet to give a clear explanation as to why she wants to return.

Any positive response to her from the State should be on the following basis -

  1. She admits her guilt in joining ISIS for reasons which are an affront to humanity;
  2. She gives up her passport on arrival in Dublin;
  3. She accepts that her admission of guilt will be punished and a judge will decide her sentence. This cannot be challenged by her;
  4. Her children and passed to social services;
  5. She refrains from contacting or supporting any persons or groups associated with illegal activities in Ireland or abroad

#3

I doubt shes a danger to anyone in Ireland, but unless she can reach an embassy or consulate under her own steam, I really don’t know why we should try to help her


#4

She should be brought back and reinstated in her job on the government jet. :icon_twisted:


#5

id agree with most but do you really believe social services is a better option that being brought up by an alleged terrorist? Id venture the kid would be better off in a IS prison camp than social services


#6

Yes I do. They can be fostered or adopted as they are still young. She should not be allowed access to the children for a considerable amount of time for their safety.