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Acting humanly

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posted on Jul, 24 2018 @ 09:53 AM
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Swedish lady stopped the deportion of a man to Afghanistan. I know, some of you will hate her for what she's doing. For me, she is acting like a human being and i have much respect. We need more people like her who care about others and less idiots only spreading hate.

Deportation from Gothenburg to Afghanistan
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posted on Jul, 24 2018 @ 10:17 AM
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a reply to: oloufo

Mods there is scant info here in this OP and I dont have FB....





posted on Jul, 24 2018 @ 10:20 AM
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a reply to: slatesteam

Sorry, forgot the youtube link.



posted on Jul, 24 2018 @ 10:26 AM
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a reply to: oloufo

Don't assume that if someone agrees with deportation that it's is a result of hate...most countries have rules around immigration and it has nothing to do with hate..you are conflating the two..



posted on Jul, 24 2018 @ 10:36 AM
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a reply to: oloufo

Did you mean "inhumanely" in the title?

It would be inhumane of me not to ask.


As for stopping the deportation, this lady should be arrested for acting like that on a plane. If the guy, about whose case we have no idea, was there illegally, then he should be sent back to his country and decide to go to Sweden legally. If he's there legally, then he shouldn't be deported if he has done nothing wrong.

But this lady was given much more patience than she deserved. I would have escorted her off of the plane myself. She has ZERO knowledge if the guy was going to be killed, or whether or not he was actually going make it there (they were going to Istanbul and a determination would be made there).

I admire her non-violence and courage to do this alone, but I do NOT agree with what she did or how she did it. Holding an entire flight basically hostage to get your way concerning a passenger over whom you have zero authority is not okay.

Any follow-up on this story? Did they just put him on the next plane to Istanbul? Like I said, she's courageous for what she did, but it should have been handled prior to that point and not on a plane. As for her claim that she did not commit a crime--I doubt that, but I don't have any sort of appropriate understanding of Swedish laws governing conduct on airplanes.



posted on Jul, 24 2018 @ 10:52 AM
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Acting humanly is enforcing sovereign law.

Showing that No one is above it.



posted on Jul, 24 2018 @ 10:59 AM
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a reply to: oloufo

Wow. So the hate and contempt you express here for anyone that doesn't applaud this lady's actions is somehow better than the hate you accuse them of harboring? Oh dear Lord...

Are you personally willing to assume responsibility for any and all crimes this guy commits against another person??? Not just this guy, but any and every illegal immigrant anywhere?

Are you willing to walk your talk???



posted on Jul, 24 2018 @ 12:29 PM
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a reply to: oloufo

Need more information than what the lady on the video had.

How did she know he'd be killed? Did she know the person. And situation ? Didn't watch the whole video, 14 mins is too long for a topic I don't care 14mins about. Can someone provideo a summary?



posted on Jul, 24 2018 @ 12:35 PM
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a reply to: oloufo
I'm from the UK and tens of thousands are kicked out every year if their claims to asylum are denied. Tough luck but I'm not campaigning about UK immigration policy because we'd be over run if we let everyone stay.
I would never report an illegal immigrant to authorities for being here illegally, but I won't cry if he/she gets caught.
Unlucky mate, good effort, you came here illegally and failed...cat and mouse game, the cat won, unlucky.



posted on Jul, 24 2018 @ 02:59 PM
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a reply to: oloufo

Man, I don't know what to make of that. My first reaction would be to say that that is a very brave young lady.
After watching a bit more, I began to question her sanity.

After watching a bit more I began to question the sanity of the other passengers held up on their trip.
(In the US, the other passengers would have demanded the girl be thrown off the plane and typically within about another 15 minutes a fight/brawl would have broken out).

Now I'm questioning my own sanity because I'm starting to suspect the whole thing was staged.

She makes the statement she hasn't broken any laws? I find that hard to believe.

So I watch more and an angry English man tries to take her phone away from her (go England) and demands she either leave the plane or sit down. But then a flight attendant rescues the phone and shuts up the English man.

And then a football (soccer) team takes to their feet and kids are crying and women wailing. But she doesn't know if the other passengers are standing in solidarity with her or not; they may just be confused.

Then she reports they're taking the Afghan's bags off the plane and the flight attendant indicates they will make the man leave the plane. She refuses to leave until she knows the Afghan is off the plane.

So then she leaves the plane in a heated discussion, I guess with "Security" person, but its all in Swedish so it sounds kinda like;


So, my conclusion is that even if for all wrong reasons, she's a pretty brave young lady. But understand I may be biased because she could be my daughter's twin. And in a world gone mad, after all, what's one more Afghan in Sweden anyway. I wish them all well, although I suspect she's been carted off to one of those Swedish Hospitals for Mental Rehabilitation. But, hey........its Sweden, how bad can that be?



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