Tuesday, May 18, 2010

The Day We Lost It

I'm sure that today will be remembered as the day when we finally lost the plot. After concluding that Abid Naseer and Ahmed Khan were a serious threat to us, we decide to let them stay here just in case something bad happens to them back home in Pakistan.

Mind you on second thoughts, there have been lots of other days with a good claim to this title in the last few years. Maybe we should just hope that these two are as incompetent as the 'Sizzling Sons of Allah' who tried to drive into Glasgow Airport back in 2007 and just celebrate with a mass bark at the Moon.

6 comments:

Nick said...

I am not convinced. Why on earth would you send some people that seriously threaten this country away? They are just a plane ride and an off-day at immigration control away from us. And there is no guarantee that Pakistan would keep these people securely in prison indefinitely. If they are serious threat, they should be right here and kept an eye on. And in prison, if they do anything convictable.

Anonymous said...

Better a plane ride and an off day at immigration control, than just hoping our massively overstretched security service can keep an eye on them 24 hours a day indefinitely!

We are asking for it.

Anonymous said...

Can't understand why we've ever heard of them. Any government with any sense would have quietly disappeared them.

inspectorgadget said...

Kind of pours cold water on the whole "police state" business doesn't it?

Thank God the bearded ones are such piss poor terrorists.

TonyF said...

A plane ride to the center of a large body of water? Yup, works for me.

Dack said...

Maybe we just get a kick out of playing national Russian roulette.