Swedish student stops Afghan man's deportation by refusing to sit down on a plane

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Swedish student stops Afghan man's deportation by refusing to sit down on a plane

Postby Megaterio Llamas » Fri Jul 27, 2018 3:32 am

Jeezus Som-Pong I feel your pain brother. What can be done about the Swedes now? Is it too late for them? Too far gone? These folks are crazy.

If it were my call I would send this virtue broadcasting cunt to Afghanistan in the old Afghan's place.


When Elin Ersson learned that an Afghan man was scheduled to be deported from Sweden on Monday, she bought a ticket for the same flight


Around the world – from Chicago to Munich to Roskilde, Denmark – airports have become centers of political protest over deportations. Activists have blocked airport entrances, demonstrated outside terminal fences, and even stormed a runway in attempts to stop flights carrying deportees.

This week, one Swedish student tried a different approach.

When Elin Ersson learned that an Afghan man was scheduled to be deported from Sweden on Monday, she bought a ticket for the same flight. Once she boarded the plane at Gothenburg airport, Ersson refused to take her seat, standing in the aisle, until the 52-year-old deportee was released.

Her dramatic act of civil disobedience, which she live-streamed on Facebook in English, forced the flight to be delayed by two hours, according to Swedavia, the company that operates the airport. Ultimately, her efforts succeeded – at least for the time being. The Afghan deportee was escorted off the plane before it took off.

“I’m not going to sit down until this person is off the plane,” Ersson said on the Facebook live video, which has now been viewed more than 2 million times. “The pilot has the right to say that he is not allowed to be on the plane.”

If the man were deported to conflict-ridden Afghanistan, she told the people around her, “he will most likely get killed.”

As she continued filming and refusing to take her seat, passengers and flight attendants are heard on the video growing increasingly frustrated.

“Sit down, we want to go,” one voice is heard saying.

A flight attendant tells her several times to turn off her phone, because the airline’s safety demonstration was underway. “You have to take your seat and turn it off or you can leave the aircraft,” the flight attendant says. He explains to her that the flight is bound for Istanbul, where authorities would then escort the deportee on to a flight to Afghanistan. “In Istanbul they are going to decide what to do,” the flight attendant says.

“I don’t want a man’s life to be taken away just because you don’t want to miss your flight,” Ersson responds. She insists that what she is doing is perfectly legal. She films only her face, rarely showing the faces of those around her, out of privacy concerns.

The flight attendant says the crew is “not authorized to do something like this,” because the deportee was being accompanied by Swedish authorities. ”

One passenger is heard angrily urging her to stop, telling her she’s “upsetting all the people down there. ” “I don’t care what you think. . …what about all these children you are frightening?”

He grabs Ersson’s phone away from her before a flight attendant returns it.

“It’s your country’s rules,” another passenger tells her.

“I’m trying to change my country’s rules,” she responds. “It’s not right to send people to hell.”

“But you’re preventing all these customers from going to their destination,” the man says.

Children can be heard crying, and passengers can be seen crowding the aisles as the 14-minute video progresses. But others on the flight appear to support her efforts. A group of passengers begins applauding Ersson. “We are with you,” one Turkish man says to her. Ersson begins to cry as she sees a soccer team at the back of the plane stand up.

“I don’t know if they’re trying to listen what I’m saying, but as long as they are standing, this plane is not allowed to go,” she says.

By the end of the video, a flight attendant is heard telling Ersson that “both you and that passenger will not fly.”

As the 52-year-old deportee was escorted off the plane, Ersson left on her own accord, Hans Uhrus, press officer for Swedavia Airports, told The Washington Post.

It is not clear what happened to each of them after they left the plane, but the deportation was “interrupted,” Ersson wrote on Facebook.

“There was only one person on this flight today but there will be more,” she is heard saying on the video.

According to German news outlet Deutsche Welle, Swedish authorities confirmed the Afghan man remained in custody and would eventually be deported.

Despite Ersson’s claims that her protest was legal, police authorities told DW that she could face fines or even jail time for refusing to obey a pilot’s orders while on a plane.

As the video of Ersson’s protest circulated on social media, some viewers criticized her for obstructing the flight and delaying scores of passengers. But others praised her for her bold efforts.

“We may not know all the details about the case but I am astonished at her bravery, compassion and determination to save a man’s life,” one supporter wrote on Twitter.

“You have sent us all a message to stand up in what we believe in and not shy away from what is right,” wrote another.

Ersson’s demonstration comes as European Union countries are increasingly tightening their borders amid a global refugee crisis.

Afghans continue to be among the largest groups of asylum seekers. Between the first quarter of 2017 and the first quarter of this year, European Union countries received 37,795 first-time asylum applications from Afghanistan, according to EuroStat. Only Iraq and Syria had higher numbers.

Afghanistan continues to face deadly attacks by the Taliban and Islamic State. Civilian casualties in Afghanistan totaled 2,258 in the first quarter of the year, a near-record level, according to U.N. officials.

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Postby Illuminat3d0ne » Fri Jul 27, 2018 3:45 am

The second my kid started crying over that shit, I would've kicked her in the cunt

"he will most likely get killed.”
Hmm do statistics really show that the majority of those deported back to Afghanistan are killed?

Also no word on what the man was being deported for

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Postby Megaterio Llamas » Fri Jul 27, 2018 3:48 am

Illuminat3d0ne wrote:The second my kid started crying over that shit, I would've kicked her in the cunt

"he will most likely get killed.”
Hmm do statistics really show that the majority of those deported back to Afghanistan are killed?

Also no word on what the man was being deported for


LOL he was probably a running from a murder beef back home. Send this dumb cunt to Kabul in his place.

Only way to solve this shit.

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Postby Som-Pong » Fri Jul 27, 2018 5:20 am

It's too far gone. Sweden is a joke.

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Postby Luigi » Fri Jul 27, 2018 7:15 am

This will actually benefit the far right, its big publicity for lefty lunacy. Of course with Sweden any such help may be too little too late.
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Postby Vutulaki » Fri Jul 27, 2018 8:06 am

I have an Afghan friend who I grew up with, he walked out of A-stan while his mother rode a donkey when he was 6 and walked all the way to Southern Pakistan when the Russians rolled in during the 80's.

Dude is super vocal about sending all these new refugees back, he's been to Kabul and says its really safe now.

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Postby Som-Pong » Fri Jul 27, 2018 12:03 pm

Globalism at work, soon worse people than me will be at every corner. Enjoy.

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Postby evil-kungfool » Mon Jul 30, 2018 5:26 pm

Who could have seen this coming. :lol:

Afghan 'Saved' From Deportation By Elin Ersson Was Convicted Of Abuse And Sentenced to Jail: Report
Chris Menahan

InformationLiberation
Jul. 30, 2018

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The 52-year-old Afghan man left-wing activist Elin Ersson temporarily delayed from being deported was convicted of "abuse" and sentenced to jail before being ordered to leave the country, according to reports from Swedish media.

From Save My Sweden:

According to Helsingin Sanomat, [the 52-year-old Afghan man] has received a prison sentence in Sweden for abuse. The newspaper also writes that his asylum application was rejected and that he should be expelled to Afghanistan. He will still be expelled, but when is unclear.

– "I had no information about him before and did not find out later. It was him as human I tried to help, and did not focus on what he had previously done in his life. It was my personal decision," says Elin Ersson to Dagens Nyheter, who also writes that he has been sentenced to imprisonment.

Hanif Bali claims on Twitter that the man has been sentenced to two years in prison and expulsion because of criminal assault.

http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=58798

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Postby Megaterio Llamas » Mon Jul 30, 2018 11:59 pm

evil-kungfool wrote:Who could have seen this coming. :lol:

Afghan 'Saved' From Deportation By Elin Ersson Was Convicted Of Abuse And Sentenced to Jail: Report
Chris Menahan

InformationLiberation
Jul. 30, 2018

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The 52-year-old Afghan man left-wing activist Elin Ersson temporarily delayed from being deported was convicted of "abuse" and sentenced to jail before being ordered to leave the country, according to reports from Swedish media.

From Save My Sweden:

According to Helsingin Sanomat, [the 52-year-old Afghan man] has received a prison sentence in Sweden for abuse. The newspaper also writes that his asylum application was rejected and that he should be expelled to Afghanistan. He will still be expelled, but when is unclear.

– "I had no information about him before and did not find out later. It was him as human I tried to help, and did not focus on what he had previously done in his life. It was my personal decision," says Elin Ersson to Dagens Nyheter, who also writes that he has been sentenced to imprisonment.

Hanif Bali claims on Twitter that the man has been sentenced to two years in prison and expulsion because of criminal assault.

http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=58798


BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAhahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Hunter gather gonna hunt and gather :D



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