Friday, 6 December 2013

Terrorism on British soil should be punishable by death

When Osama bin Laden was killed by American Special Forces, they celebrated the passing of a terrorist that fuelled hatred against any Westerners regardless of who they were and look forward to 'punish' those who had nothing to do with the abuses committed against Muslims across the world.

Osama bin Laden was not killed. Osama bin Laden was executed. In the case of Osama bin Laden the sovereignty of Pakistan was violated but what happened in London, United Kingdom, happened on British soil. Why should the fate of those involved in the assassination of a British soldier in London receive preferential treatment? There should be one policy against terrorism regardless of who they are.

This is why the British National Party asked for the death penalty to be reinstated and carried out in the case of those who attacked a British soldier on British soil.

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