Friday, June 29, 2007

Car bomb found in central London (make that two)


a lot of factors played a role in averting catastrophes here. including luck.

no matter what the politicains around the world may say, it's impossible to stop terrorists from striking. you can only get lucky so many times.

sooner or later societies will have to face up to the root causes of terrorism as opposed to blindly trying to stamp it out.

people aren't strapping explosives to themselves because they're bored with what's on tv...

it's really strange, but you never hear of terrorist attacks in, say switzerland, for instance, do you?

...perhaps that's because the swiss don't: 

(insert your own reasoning & rationale here

just a thought.


Anonymous said...

You've got to be fucking kidding me.

nutty said...

i walked out of the tube just seconds after the ira bombed harrods.

what terrorist shit have you actually witnessed, anonymous?

no, i'm not fucking kidding. might feel differently if YOU lived a few blocks from the whitehouse.

Anonymous said...

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This is from a new free online book, “The Swiss Preserve Solution” & how the over reaction dramatically curtails personal, financial, religious and civil liberties in the United States.

nutty said...

and where do you come from & live anonymous?

i'm half english & half iraqi. i have relatives that have been killed in baghdad. i reckon that makes me more qualified to speak out than the average punter sifting through american news headlines that won't feature a single photograph of a dead american soldier returning home because of government censorship.

as history recalls, the british carved out iraq in the first place. has anyone from the bush administration actually read the book "churchill's folly"?

bush has got exactly what he asked for when he said "bring em' on", except he isn't the one paying the price.