The world is collapsing around our ears, I turned on the radio

If you’ve nothing to hide you’ve nothing to fear i don’t mind after all if it stops the terrorists i’m sure the people who’ve been talking about ID cards would change their tune if it had been their families blown up yes i’d have an implant under my skin what we need to do is send the immigrants back we’re letting in thousands of terrorists i read it in the paper well no i don’t know if it’s true but that’s not my point the thing is it’s all very well to talk about civil liberties and human rights but what about my right not to be blown up by terrorists eh eh what do you say to that then well yes I suppose it’s possible that the bombers were here legally but we’ve let in thousands of people and it’s not good is it this is a direct result of the iraq war bush and blair have blood on their hands of course i don’t mind they can listen in to my calls i’m not doing anything i shouldn’t be doing ha ha ha






0 responses to “The world is collapsing around our ears, I turned on the radio”

  1. One day (dreams the average Beeb wonk) we will reach the exalted heights of Cuba, where you won’t be able to turn off the State Broadcaster, only reduce the volume.

  2. In North Korea, you can’t even reduce the volume.

    Incidentally, part of the problem is that we’ve let in the wrong immigrants: we let in bastards like Abu Hamza. Clerics (of any religion) don’t need to go through the full immigration application: they merely need to have a flock to tend. So, as long as there are Muslims in the UK, all Muslim clerics are allowed in, regardless of their dodginess. Since the bombers appear to have been British, and had therefore presumably been radicalised by someone, it may be time to review that loophole.

  3. There were some good articles in the Sundays suggesting that we’ve had a policy of “sure, they’re maniacs advocating terrorism but hey! They’re not advocating it against us so far! Let’s let ’em in!”. And a good article arguing that multiculturalism – as opposed to tolerance – has become a liability. I’ll no doubt blah more when I finally get a net connection sorted out.

  4. I think we’ve already achieved something similar with Crazy Frog.

  5. . add a couple and , a few.