Home secretary, Sajid Javid, the man who was responsible for the revoking of Shamima Begum's British citizenship, has now become responsible for the death of another British citizen - Shamima's 3-week-old son, Jarrah, who died of pneumonia in a Syrian refugee camp on Thursday.
Mr Javid, standing loud and proud as far-Right supporters voiced their brainless, moronic opinions after Shamima indicated she would like to return to the UK, put his own brain into reverse gear.
Instead of allowing the new mum and her babe-in-arms back into the country, and dealing with her case then, he told her to go to Bangladesh. He did this, because Shamima's mum is from Bangladesh, and the jumbled-up Javid assumed she would be able to obtain citizenship there, instead.
This, apparently, was done without consulting Bangladesh.
When we look at this, however, there is a bit of a discrepancy.
How many British citizens do we know about, that are dead because of Shamima Begum?
Now, let's consider Mr Javid, who, if push came to shove, sounds, to me, like he might well qualify for alternative citizenship rights, himself, should we care to force him to look for somewhere else to do his pontificating. How many dead Britons is this steaming sack of shit responsible for?
At least one.
Some people will, no doubt say that Shamima, herself, caused the child's death, by going to Syria in the first place. But, having realised what a terrible decision that had been, she asked for forgiveness, and to be allowed to raise her son quietly in the UK.
She could have been watched, monitored, detained indefinitely, or any number of other things, but Mr. Sajid Javid looked her in the eye, then looked over his shoulder at the fretting and frenzied far-Right fuckwits, and gave her the thumbs-down. Now her son is dead.
This might be controversial, but I hope Mr. Javid spends a few sleepless nights tossing-and-turning over Jarrah Begum's death.
And that some of his Bromsgrove constituents let him know their feelings.