The barbarism of twisted causes

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Friday, July 8th, 2005
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The Scum Says – Barbarism of twisted cause: Mayor Ken Livingstone captured London’s resolve when he warned terrorists they will never destroy our free society, whatever they do… Britain is crawling with suspected terrorists and those who give them succour. The Government must act without delay, round up this enemy in our midst and lock them in internment camps. Our safety must not play second fiddle to their supposed “rights.”

That’s anyone suspected, or anyone suspected of providing succour (interesting choice of words) to these suspects. Proof? Given the past behaviour and policy of this government, I don’t suspect that will be an issue.

More from the land of Murdoch (just in case you missed it).

Meet Kilmeade and Varney

Kilmeade: And he [British Prime Minister Tony Blair] made the statement, clearly shaken, but clearly determined. This is his second address in the last hour. First to the people of London, and now at the G8 summit, where their topic Number 1 –believe it or not– was global warming, the second was African aid. And that was the first time since 9-11 when they should know, and they do know now, that terrorism should be Number 1. But it’s important for them all to be together. I think that works to our advantage, in the Western world’s advantage, for people to experience something like this together, just 500 miles from where the attacks have happened.

Varney: It puts the Number 1 issue right back on the front burner right at the point where all these world leaders are meeting. It takes global warming off the front burner. It takes African aid off the front burner. It sticks terrorism and the fight on the war on terror, right up front all over again.

Kilmeade: Yeah.

More here.

UPDATE – Here’s a mirror of the Kilmeade and Varney video. Cheers, goatchurch.

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