All very sad and embarassing, we look like prats

David Davis

It seems all the 12 dudes arrested on suspicion of alleged terrorist offences have been released. They may well be totally innocent: time will of course tell.

Either we here are not very good at this sort of stuff, and have fluffed something bad, which is historically inconceivable,  or else All-that-Quazzera is much, much cleverer than we think.

In either case, don’t the UK’s Muslims start to think they are being set up by a power-crazy, success-hungry socialist government, which has not their, or our, interests at heart?

5 responses to “All very sad and embarassing, we look like prats

  1. Have just notified this alert to Englishman and LUC:

    Sorry, this is perhaps ‘off topic’, but you may want to keep an eye on this EU mucking about with internet ‘packaging’:

  2. Thank you for that, I will say something earth-shattering tonight,

  3. Anna R says it all may be it bit of a false alar(u)m and is looking into it.

    Jeff Rense IS a sort of all-in news site….

  4. 1940s Yank lingo, updated:

    (pick as many suit)

    Gordo Brun __

    Hussain Obombem __

    Jacqui Who? __

    Is/are (a) “real foul ball(s) and (a) false alarm(s)!”

    (This especially fitted Ted Kennedy and then The Clintons back in the day…AND that Godawful “Christer” G W Bush.

    (It is also not untrue of messrs Michael Jackson and “Karli” Rove and…the chlamydous Madonna.)

    My mother used to say it about RAF guys with fake accents passing themselves off in London in 1940, as Polish refugee pilots. (She made no mention of the chlamydia part as of course that was simply not on back in those halcyon old days of the syphilis.)

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