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Friday, July 21, 2006

Bleating sheikh

Take your chances now, you ponce

"Bakri, who had lived in Britain for 20 years, said he had shown his British driving licence and his cancelled British passport." (Reuters)

Eh, that'd be the licence to drive his free Ford Galaxy provided by the British taxpayers—the same ones he wants blown to pieces on their way to work—residents of this "toilet" that he suddenly wants to be "forced to live in" again.

1 comment:

Feargal Mooney (Editor) said...

Maybe he's feeling a bit sheikhy now. I'm a great believer in putting warmongers in the front line, pour encourager les autres.