Imran Khan and Drones

#1
The great one is making some noise today about drone strikes in 'restive' tribal areas. It seems he is going on a crusade up there, which should be nice.

Is it me or do these fuckers always seem to choose the wrong angle for the right reasons. What if he crusaded to out the radicals so the drones stop?

In the meantime, lets look at his ex wife who is now being rooted by Hugh Grant, she is probable led on a hotel bed someone covered in his filthy seed, imagine that was your seed:


 

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#4
"Good evening Islamabad! Are you ready to Rock 'N Roll!!?"
 
#5
No, imagine your seed dripping from her hair.

Poking it into her mouth with tip of the sword....

She's posh but she is licking it off your knob end.

Good girl....
 

Bouillabaisse

LE
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#7
What sovreignty? They're only being used over "tribal" areas. For "tribal" read "completely autonomous and outside the control of the national government."
 
#9
What sovreignty? They're only being used over "tribal" areas. For "tribal" read "completely autonomous and outside the control of the national government."
Exactly! But this policy will be as popular with the masses, as burning American/British flags, and any other activity carried out by an outraged muslim mob...
 
#10
And here's me thinking this was a thread about Mr Khan's preference for bagpipe accessories.
 

skid2

LE
Book Reviewer
#11
You have to admire his style he's driving in in an armoured motor. All his supporters are hanging out the back of pickups
 
#15
I'm a particular fan of his cooking appliance - the Aga Khan.
 
#17
I thought Hugh's leading lady was Estella Marie Thompson?
aka Divine Brown, after all she gave him a BJ and made $1.6Million from it!
Hugh just got a mugshot, criminal record and got laughed at!!!
 
#19
Some of the news reports state that - contrary to Imran's statements - the Taliban made it clear that the marchers were not welcome in the FATA.

That should in an ideal world be food for thought ...
 
#20
Clive Stafford Smith was on the march. He said he was '100 percent in favour' of making the journey into Waziristan.

At last, something that both he and I agree on.
 

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