Terrorist to live in UK,on benefits!

#2
I don't know why we're even surprised anymore. There was a time when this sort of thing would send we straight out to catch the outrage bus. Now it's just a kind of dull acceptance. Perhaps that's all part of the plan.
 
#3
Fishing nets, concrete blocks and the sea are the answer to this problem.
 
#4
codename1157 said:
I don't know why we're even surprised anymore. There was a time when this sort of thing would send we straight out to catch the outrage bus. Now it's just a kind of dull acceptance. Perhaps that's all part of the plan.
Sadly this kind of crap is now normal.
No wonder the country is in the shite.
 
#5
Nejad was sentenced at the Old Bailey in 1981 to life imprisonment for conspiracy to murder, false imprisonment, possession of a firearm and two charges of manslaughter.

Shame that life doesn't mean life.

Surely if he has to stay he can be found a job somewhere and work. "Quit your job and we will deport you." There must be some unsavoury job that he could still do.
 

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#6
I blame THEM meself.

They had the opportunity, the motive, the training, the tools . . . .
 
#7
jagman said:
codename1157 said:
I don't know why we're even surprised anymore. There was a time when this sort of thing would send we straight out to catch the outrage bus. Now it's just a kind of dull acceptance. Perhaps that's all part of the plan.
Sadly this kind of crap is now normal.
No wonder the country is in the shite.
jagman, the country is in the shite because it is governed by a herd of corrupt, self serving, mostly unelected cnuts and there's nothing you, I or any other Briton can do about it.

Even if we get rid of the Cycloptic Caledonian and his pinko fellow travellers the other cnuts are just as bad, and that's without getting on the Euro bus where most of the legislation that leads to this sort of thing comes from.

Truth be told, despite not wanting to live in the UK anymore (it's nearly unrecognisable from the country I grew up in) I am still proud to be an Englishman and prouder still to serve my country.

And I've been doing that for far too long in far too many unpleasant places to be told my hard come to opinions are crap by your good self.

Cnut.
 
#8
codename1157 said:
jagman said:
codename1157 said:
I don't know why we're even surprised anymore. There was a time when this sort of thing would send we straight out to catch the outrage bus. Now it's just a kind of dull acceptance. Perhaps that's all part of the plan.
Sadly this kind of crap is now normal.
No wonder the country is in the shite.
jagman, the country is in the shite because it is governed by a herd of corrupt, self serving, mostly unelected cnuts and there's nothing you, I or any other Briton can do about it.

Even if we get rid of the Cycloptic Caledonian and his pinko fellow travellers the other cnuts are just as bad, and that's without getting on the Euro bus where most of the legislation that leads to this sort of thing comes from.

Truth be told, despite not wanting to live in the UK anymore (it's nearly unrecognisable from the country I grew up in) I am still proud to be an Englishman and prouder still to serve my country.

And I've been doing that for far too long in far too many unpleasant places to be told my hard come to opinions are crap by your good self.

Cnut.
Sorry Codename.
The crap I am refering to is this man being allowed to stay in this country, not your comment upon it. Apologies if this was not clear.

Oh and I have no doubts that I am a cnut :D
 
#9
Biped said:
I blame THEM meself.

They had the opportunity, the motive, the training, the tools . . . .
As I recall, he was smuggled out by some hostages who decided to protect him (Stockholm syndrome?) and was only discovered when they were conducting the PIDs in the Embassy garden afterwards.

Legend has it that someone was going to take him back into the building and finish the job, but were prevented from doing this because press cameras could see into the garden.
 
#10
jagman said:
codename1157 said:
jagman said:
codename1157 said:
I don't know why we're even surprised anymore. There was a time when this sort of thing would send we straight out to catch the outrage bus. Now it's just a kind of dull acceptance. Perhaps that's all part of the plan.
Sadly this kind of crap is now normal.
No wonder the country is in the shite.
jagman, the country is in the shite because it is governed by a herd of corrupt, self serving, mostly unelected cnuts and there's nothing you, I or any other Briton can do about it.

Even if we get rid of the Cycloptic Caledonian and his pinko fellow travellers the other cnuts are just as bad, and that's without getting on the Euro bus where most of the legislation that leads to this sort of thing comes from.

Truth be told, despite not wanting to live in the UK anymore (it's nearly unrecognisable from the country I grew up in) I am still proud to be an Englishman and prouder still to serve my country.

And I've been doing that for far too long in far too many unpleasant places to be told my hard come to opinions are crap by your good self.

Cnut.
Sorry Codename.
The crap I am refering to is this man being allowed to stay in this country, not your comment upon it. Apologies if this was not clear.
I'll get back in me box then :oops:
 
#11
codename1157 said:
jagman said:
codename1157 said:
I don't know why we're even surprised anymore. There was a time when this sort of thing would send we straight out to catch the outrage bus. Now it's just a kind of dull acceptance. Perhaps that's all part of the plan.
Sadly this kind of crap is now normal.
No wonder the country is in the shite.
jagman, the country is in the shite because it is governed by a herd of corrupt, self serving, mostly unelected cnuts and there's nothing you, I or any other Briton can do about it.

Even if we get rid of the Cycloptic Caledonian and his pinko fellow travellers the other cnuts are just as bad, and that's without getting on the Euro bus where most of the legislation that leads to this sort of thing comes from.

Truth be told, despite not wanting to live in the UK anymore (it's nearly unrecognisable from the country I grew up in) I am still proud to be an Englishman and prouder still to serve my country.

And I've been doing that for far too long in far too many unpleasant places to be told my hard come to opinions are crap by your good self.

Cnut.
Where did he say your opinions were crap? He said the situation was crap - and it is.
 
#12
codename1157 said:
jagman said:
Sorry Codename.
The crap I am refering to is this man being allowed to stay in this country, not your comment upon it. Apologies if this was not clear.
I'll get back in me box then :oops:
Nah, the outrage bus hasn't been fired up yet this morning. I think this is worth gettting the driver out of bed for.
For what its worth I agree that nothing is going to get much better even after Mr Brown is ousted. Politicians only interest is in serving themselves.
 
#13
LISpace said:
Biped said:
I blame THEM meself.

They had the opportunity, the motive, the training, the tools . . . .
As I recall, he was smuggled out by some hostages who decided to protect him (Stockholm syndrome?) and was only discovered when they were conducting the PIDs in the Embassy garden afterwards.

Legend has it that someone was going to take him back into the building and finish the job, but were prevented from doing this because press cameras could see into the garden.
Good - let those cnuts pay for this waste of taxpayers money - wnakers :evil:
 
#14
Well what a shock

vaaaaaaaaaaaanmaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan or whatever his f ucking name is posts an internet link and one line to try and spark up the "Autobus Von Outragen"

Why don'y you go and f ucking chuck yourself under one instead?

Ding ding...all aboard.


 
#16
Biped said:
I blame THEM meself.

They had the opportunity, the motive, the training, the tools . . . .
With the hundreds of Them on the premises (including dozens of my Esteemed Arrsers) I'm not surprised they missed one in the general kerfuffle...

I must admit that I am a little bit sympathetic as this poor dear must be terrified at the prospect of leaving his five-star accomodation and being thrown into the wilderness that is Britain.

Sniff (wrings hands and pours more whisky on organic, free-trade mueseli)
 
#17
shortfuse said:
Well what a shock

vaaaaaaaaaaaanmaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan or whatever his f ucking name is posts an internet link and one line to try and spark up the "Autobus Von Outragen"

Why don'y you go and f ucking chuck yourself under one instead?

Ding ding...all aboard.


Your point is what? That he shouldn't have posted it - or are you trying to play a covert racist card?

Or are you saying its OK to waste money like this?
 
#19
shortfuse said:
Nope I'm saying that's all he ever does.

Would you like a return ticket?

I see your seat is booked already
Certainly is. I am happy you are happy with the system and don't mind your money being squandered.

Me - I'm annoyed but it takes all sorts.
 
#20
rickshaw-major said:
shortfuse said:
Nope I'm saying that's all he ever does.

Would you like a return ticket?

I see your seat is booked already
Certainly is. I am happy you are happy with the system and don't mind your money being squandered.

Me - I'm annoyed but it takes all sorts.
I never said I was happy with the system, or indeed that I agreed with this ruling. My first post was aimed at the original poster who spends his whole day scouring the web so he can post links and one line invitations to board up the bus for various reasons... I dread to think what his blood pressure is.

He never seems to have a shortage of passengers though, the new national sport seems to be "feeling a little bit more aggrieved and hacked off than the last bloke about the dreadful state of (insert problem here)".... or whinging as it used to be called.

Anyway, if your location is the Balkans how much of your money are they wasting exactly?

Backsliding tax dodger. :)
 

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