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General, Polictics

Wrongest endest of the stickest


Some people are just wrong. Whichever way you try and analyse their actions, their deeds, their mental dynamics and lines of thought, it all simply just doesn’t add up.

Let me give you a simple example. What could possibly have motivated this lot to stick a child to a wall/ board using nothing but duct-tape? What were they thinking about prior to embarking on this naughty little venture.  And more importantly, how did they arrive to such a decision? Was it something they heard somewhere (on Tv, on the radio, in discussions with a friend)? Was it from a  dream or book, or did the penny just drop?

Also, where was the mother of this bewildered tot when all this tomfoolery was unfolding? The whole affair surely must have taken some time…?

Did whoever plastered the kid just wake up one morning and in an instant of creative genius decide, I’ll do something crazy today ……………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….[wait for it] …………………………………………………………………………………………….boom!!   [the idea hit home]:

I’ll stick the baby to the wall, using duct tape.

Is this not child abuse akin to late MJ‘s baby balcony trick?

Whatever your take is, I think we can tolerate them. I think we should tolerate them.

Especially if they are so inclined as to be willing to stick not only their children to the wall, but also themselves to the roof! As long as nobody gets hurt, its not abuse, its just for laughs.

So long as some f***** doesn’t get strange ideas and end up sticking his offspring to the external surface of a  vehicle, I think we should tolerate them.

What we can’t / shouldn’t tolerate (and this goes out to all those heady politically correct prats) is this lot.

Somebody please spell it out to me, in clear English, just how in this day and age such things are possible. In this time of sadness and remembrance, what could be more annoying , incomprehensible, morally reprehensible in every meaning of the word for this bunch to be protesting !!!#*????:-(.?.

How? Why,why and a third why?

How wrong could one’s judgement possibly get, how cloudy could one’s vision be?

Ok, forget all my anti-establishment rants, here, here, here and here among others(in the face of the present issue, I hereby freely renounce them all).

But these protests are just plain idiocy. Seriously, shouldn’t it be a crime to be involved in such outrageous acts?

If it was up to me, these guys would not have seen the light of day come 12th September 2011. They would have been locked up, fair and square. Incarceration, no discussions thank you.

What are you, protesting because others are remembering the death of the innocent fallen???

I don’t believe there wasn’t a single Muslim who died that day as a result of the collapse of the twin towers. And I have Muslim friends and I know who a true Muslim is.

Give me a Naturist any day and I’ll fellowship with them. I see the point of random and funny Church signs. I can even understand why someone would want to wear these shorts. Or perhaps go to an event titled “Men’s Rugby: Fear , Faith  and Beer“.

Whatever works for you, not a problem from where I stand.

But what I can’t understand is people protesting on the anniversary of a terrorist attack undertaken by those who clearly have no regard for life.  Maniacs with no regard for life!!! No wonder some people think the death penalty should be brought back.

And why was there a muted response from well known Islamic bodies in the UK (and around the world)?

Why didn’t they criticize them [LOUDLY to the point all of us took notice]? Did they acquiesce to their actions? Were they afraid? Paying a blind eye perhaps to an act they don’t necessarily condemn? Or were the Media organizations so shortsighted not to report any condemnations from responsible Islamic bodies?

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