Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Muslims face extra checks in new travel crackdown

Has the world finally come to its senses? No...just England.

THE British Government is discussing with airport operators plans to introduce a screening system that allows security staff to focus on those passengers who pose the greatest risk.

I'm looking your way Mohammed.

The passenger-profiling technique involves selecting people who are behaving suspiciously, have an unusual travel pattern or, most controversially, have a certain ethnic or religious background.

I'm not going to fly off on another rant about how Muslims seem to be the problem with this whole terrorist business but unless you're blind or like to pretend to be blind like a lot of people these days who would apparently rather have their face blown off their head than be called insensitive, we all know where the problem lays. Allah and his flock of firecrackers.

The system would be much more sophisticated than simply picking out young men of Asian appearance.

Fuck Asians. This PC shit is insane. Say it with me, MUSLIM, we should target MUSLIMS. Unless your searching for exploding chopsticks, leave the Asians alone. Until someone named Li blows something up we watch the robed guys with the beards and the rolled up carpets.

But it would cause outrage in the Muslim community because its members would be far more likely to be selected for extra checks.

What about the outrage in our communities when their community blow ours up? Since when did the Muslim sensibilites outweigh everyone elses? You want to be treated like everyone else? Act like everyone else. Until the terrorism stops, your community will be targeted. Why waste time searching the Brits and the Italians when we all know who the fuck is responsible? Why do we have to play like we don't all really know what's happening?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

lets just shoot everyone who's wearing a white pillbox hat or wait for one of them to die and at that funeral bomb everybody...that should send a message...of some kind.

August 17, 2006 2:38 PM  

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