Abboo catardas fugly 5 kids n hairy wife ?
Who's gonna pay to look after
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I think they should have been loaded onto the trebuchet along with him.
But he got a private fucking jet instead. What's wrong with enduring Ryanair's economy class like the rest of us the fucking cunt.
Is it the
Enoch Powell....."I Fucking Told You So"......special fund........
Ryanair don't fly to Jordan.
Cattle class only applies in europe. We are the only one's that put up with it.
I hate spelling errors. You mix up two letters and your whole post is urined.
sounds like -
av a banana.
I've only ever flown a couple of times so I wouldn't really know.
is that a trick question?
Ryan Air...think ....Cattle truck.....Jordan....Think......Bike.....
"Av a Banana"... Your wasted on this forum you really are... or is it thre red wine...
No one is innocent but some are more guilty than others,,
we dont need
to get shot o the human rights only section 8 !!!!!!!!
nice 1 rog
every house should av 1 keep the flies off the food
oh n remember 2 flush the bog they will eat anything !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Is there a section 9?
or maybe a clause in section 8, that states no man should procreate if he is a Tit or has the intellectual capacity of a bottom feeder at sellafield. I'm not sure, I maybe wrong....but 'abboo catardas' kids had no choice in being born. A bit like some here on this lovely isle. Poor buggers
Gonna make myslef unpopular (again) now
Abu Q'tada is a bad person with an extremist agenda that we should all fight against.
However, he has never committed a crime in the UK and there are pleanty of other people from Jordan to whom we have given assylum. The British government has now decided that it can pick and choose the people to whom its protection apply for their own political convenience.
Is it a bad thing that Q'tada is gone? No. Is it a bad thing that the government decided it can simply alter the rules to suit some political end? You'd better beleive it.
Without wanting to sound reactionary, the rise of extremism always starts with populist decisions - governments will abuse their power but the citizens will be ok with it becuase they are ok with that specific end result. When the end result starts to look a lot less appealing, its too late becuase the system has been changed to do these things without popular sentiment.
What I'm saying in a nutshell - celebrate the removal of Q'tada if you will; but you'd better hope they don't turn on you some day.
Call me a panicky paranoid twat if you like, because in all reality we are not staring down the barrell of imminent rights abuses for UK citizens; but the reaon we aren't is because panicky paranoid twats like me go apeshit at the government for the small stuff so they don't get to do the big stuff.