BBC News - Families anguish over Pakistan missing

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#3
hey, you can't say that. They were all doctors and everything surrounding their disappearence is shrouded in a 'veil of secrecy' and it's all our fault. Personally speaking, if these 'openly supportive of the Taliban' folks, have went out there to join the cause, then I hope that they're all f*cking dead. And I hope it hurt.
 
#5
Biscuits_AB said:
hey, you can't say that. They were all doctors and everything surrounding their disappearence is shrouded in a 'veil of secrecy' and it's all our fault. Personally speaking, if these 'openly supportive of the Taliban' folks, have went out there to join the cause, then I hope that they're all f*cking dead. And I hope it hurt.
So were those who tried to do the airport in Scotland!
 
#6
"Yes, he was sympathetic of the Taliban - that doesn't make him a criminal,'' said Zaheen while clutching a photograph of her brother.

Hopefully he wont be returning back to the UK, If the Taliban are our enemy they should intern all Pakis or give them the choice to go back.......
 
#7
"The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office said in a statement:

"We are concerned at reports that thousands of people have been detained without access to a judicial process.""

Obviously R-M is not included in this statement. Mine would be a bit shorter "Tough sh1t".

No pleasing some people - they want sharia law and then when they get a taste of it ...............
 
#8
rickshaw-major said:
"The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office said in a statement:

"We are concerned at reports that thousands of people have been detained without access to a judicial process.""

Obviously R-M is not included in this statement. Mine would be a bit shorter "Tough sh1t".

No pleasing some people - they want sharia law and then when they get a taste of it ...............
Too true, thats why they like to live in the UK for their freedom, and spout their religious shite and how they love Pakistan...but when the sandle is on the other foot they want to be british again.

As Alf Garnet said " Blady wogs send em back" LOL

PS If his sister was causing that sort of stuff in pakiland then she'd be "down a well" by now
 
#10
mac1 said:
there's no "have your say" on this...
Well there's a surprise. There Mods wouldn't allow any comments to be posted that actually said what people actually think. The BBC is not unbiased and is into sensationalist journalism the same as the tabloid press
 
#11
re-stilly said:
mac1 said:
there's no "have your say" on this...
Well there's a surprise. There Mods wouldn't allow any comments to be posted that actually said what people actually think. The BBC is not unbiased and is into sensationalist journalism the same as the tabloid press
I was saying the same thing but being very subtle
 
#12
well interment turned out so well here did'nt it :(
much better if the pakistan goverment came clean over who it was holding and why.
then we could all laugh at dead terrys
 
#13
mac1 said:
re-stilly said:
mac1 said:
there's no "have your say" on this...
Well there's a surprise. There Mods wouldn't allow any comments to be posted that actually said what people actually think. The BBC is not unbiased and is into sensationalist journalism the same as the tabloid press
I was saying the same thing but being very subtle
Sorry not exactly known for my subtley
 
#14
It's a shame we don't drop a few LGB's on Birmingham and make a few more of them disappear at source. :evil:
 
#15
brighton hippy said:
well interment turned out so well here did'nt it :(
much better if the pakistan goverment came clean over who it was holding and why.
then we could all laugh at dead terrys
Who says they have been interned? And if they have been it won't be in a place like the Lazy K holiday camp you can bet your flip flops on that!
 
#16
Sorry, my sympathy level is zero. They are not British and the "The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office" should not be getting involved. They are clearly muppets that dislike Britain (yet want to live in the UK), so just let them stay disappeared.
 
#19
Best place for some of them is disappeared. Saves having to clean up Glasgow Airport again for a start.
I'm more than happy for those with Taliban sympathies to return home (which certainly isn't the UK) and follow their beliefs. Just not here. Nothing to do with race, simply irreconcilable cultural differences/
No loss to our society. Can we not offer discounted air fares for all those who would like a one way ticket? Perhaps Zaheen Khaja would like one so she can go look for her brother?
 
#20
sympathetic to the taliban hmmm on second thoughts Bwhahahahhaha.
 

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