In a video that emerged on social media, several ‘bleeding heart’ passengers and holidaymakers stop a Somali criminal from being deported from the United Kingdom, after he raped a 16-year-old girl in 2007
According to the British Daily mail, Yaqub Ahmed, a 29-year-old Somali citizen, chased a 16-year-old girl with three other cohorts after a night out in London, where the girl was separated from her friends in August 2007.
The four men entered her flat, claiming that her companions were in it and then ganged raped her. All men were found guilty and received 9-year sentences. Ahmed, however, left the prison after serving more than 4 years and his deportation was ordered by the Home Office, because of the seriousness of his crime.
In a turn of events, however, virtue signalling passengers and holidaymakers stopped his deportation by demanding for him to be removed of the flight. In footage that emerged on social media, many ‘bleeding hearts’ can be heard and seen chanting “Take him off the plane” while the Somali rapist non stops screaming.
“He says they are separating him from his family, his family is here,” says one passenger while the Somali rapist says “I don’t deserve it”, proceeding to scream again. “He is screaming!”, another naive passager says, adding “How many of you got children, little babies, how many of them scream?”
After much confusion and screaming from the Somali criminal, 2 men finally escort him outside while the passengers proceed to applaud for stopping the deportation of the condemned rapist, while you can hear a male voice saying “You’re a free man!”
“Mash’Allah” or “God willed it” in Arabic can be heard by a female voice when the man finally steps outside the airplane.
For ‘Hannah’, remaining under anonymity however, the story doesn’t have such a sweet end.
‘Fair enough you didn’t know the situation, but now I hope you feel proud of yourselves because you stopped something that I have waited for so long: something that made me feel that little bit safer. I couldn’t bring myself to watch the video at first, I just read the article, but when I finally did watch it, I was in my room and it was just awful. I got so angry and upset,’ the victim says.
This virtue signalling stunt has also cost quite a lot for the British taxpayer ‘Five months later, Ahmed remains in an Immigration Removal Centre at a cost to taxpayers so far of at least £18,000.’