Terrorist suspects not Scottish

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We should remind potential perpertrators of similar crimes that bacon, ham & pork are standard fare in British jails.
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#4
Terrorist suspects 'not Scottish'

F**k me Sherlock, somebody looking for a job with the SIB with a statement like that :)
 
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By saying that they are 'Not Scottish' the government is not talking about their anti-British behaviour, it is talking about the stamps in whatever passport they happen to be carrying. This of course is a crude attempt to emphasise that these are visitors and not those nice people who were born here and have lived here all their lives, because they don't do such things do they? Well, not unless they were born in Tipton, Leeds, Dewsbury, Aylesbury, Luton, London, Birmingham etc.

So, as the government is now saying that such people are not Scottish (or British), can we expect them to be saying the same thing about others who have lived here for years and who the same stamps in their passports?
 
#9
Not content with Mars Bars, it is now Jeeps??
 
#10
As long as the Irn Bru didn't get too warm!
 
#11
I hope the reaction of the member of the public who chinned the "non-Scottish" muslim fundamentalist is a sign that British people are no longer going to take this assault on our way of life lying down.
 
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nigegilb said:
I hope the reaction of the member of the public who chinned the "non-Scottish" muslim fundamentalist is a sign that British people are no longer going to take this assault on our way of life lying down.
Let's hope he doesn't get his collar felt by the Old Bill! In a few days we will see the family of the "non-Scottish" muslim fundamentalist whining that he be prosecuted for assaulting their relative. Then the BBC and Liberty will jump on the bandwagon. Call me cynical but if it can happen in Basra it will happen in the UK.
 
#14
Not homegrown.... not born and bred here...

There is a large Muslim/Asian community in Scotland and it was possible that they were born there..

Whats the big deal with the headline "Not Scottish".... they fcuking weren't were they.
 
#15
Funny isn't it, it seems to be an muslim terror attack, so the muslim community leaders have an emergency meeting in case there's a backlash against them no chance of them condemming the attack though.
 
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Bugly said:
Funny isn't it, it seems to be an muslim terror attack, so the muslim community leaders have an emergency meeting in case there's a backlash against them no chance of them condemming the attack though.
I'm to the left of most ARRSErs , but I thought the very same thing. A strong comment from the Muslim 'community leaders' condemning these acts, and demanding that British Muslims id and turn on those attempting to terrorise the population would go a long way to improve community relations.
 
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Schleswig-Holstein said:
A strong comment from the Muslim 'community leaders' condemning these acts, and demanding that British Muslims id and turn on those attempting to terrorise the population would go a long way to improve community relations.
About as likely as Abu Hamsa becoming pope. Nothing from them after 9/11 7/7 or any other incident, why would this weekend be any different?
 
#18
Bugly said:
Funny isn't it, it seems to be an muslim terror attack, so the muslim community leaders have an emergency meeting in case there's a backlash against them no chance of them condemming the attack though.
Yeah...nice to know they've got their priorities right. :roll:
 
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Bugly said:
Funny isn't it, it seems to be an muslim terror attack, so the muslim community leaders have an emergency meeting in case there's a backlash against them no chance of them condemming the attack though.
The last thing they will do is accept some sort of responsibility, and instead play the victim. And a fair ammount who arn't radicals will claim it's a conspiracy.
 
#20
I hear that MI5 is to increase the number of it's agents North of the Border.

Spooks are already being trained to speak Weegie and EdinBurger. The SAS is training them in weapons, unarmed combat and silent killing - essential skills for a Saturday night in Lothian Road.

Training is to culminate with a live-fire exercise; agents must survive 90 minutes in a Glasgow pub during an Old Firm game.

High failure/casuality rates are anticipated. :twisted:
 

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