Thursday, February 18, 2010

Compare and contrast

The Foreign Office, BBC and liberal establishment are up in arms about the use of forged British passports by alleged Israeli secret agents to carry out the assassination of a senior Hamas official.

Funny how they are so upset about that, but considerably less concerned by the number of Moslems with legitimate British passports caught attempting to carry out indiscriminate mass murder.

It's a funny old world.


JPT said...

I don't know why but the BBC etc seem to pander to Islam and detest anyone who opposes it.
A funny old world indeed.

Anonymous said...

I think it's a case of the pot calling the kettle black. How quickly we've forgotten our own extra-judicial killings in NI.

Not to mention the fact that I don't buy the Mossad thing - some things don't seem to add up.

For a start a hit squad of 11 ?!? - wft, that's not likely to attract attention, is it? Or the fact that this high ranking Hamas commander didn't seem to have bodyguards. Or the grinning idiots in the photos. Any forger worth his salt knows that you can't smile or take slightly side-on pictures for a UK passport. Or indeed the 'crapping on your own doorstep' approach....

Good riddance to bad sh1te anyway.

English Pensioner said...

I agree with what you say, and have been making similar points in my own blog.
I fully approve of assassination, in general I believe that it saves lives.
The BBC, of course firmly denies that it could be anyone other than the Israelis, and suggestions of apparent amateurishness are countered by the reply that it was a double bluff. Rubbish; Israel simply wouldn't put that number of people at risk.

Anonymous said...

Perfectly understandable given the inate anti-semitism of (a) the British establishment and (b) The left. Stawzinksi and Millipedestein must be torn, ah, sorry, of course not, they're British left wing politicians first.