Saturday, August 04, 2007

Some good news for everyone!

Alongside the fact that already my sun tan is progressing nicely, some good news from yesterday:

A badly burned man detained after the suspected terror attack at Glasgow Airport has died in a Glasgow hospital.

Kafeel Ahmed was one of two men held at the airport after a Jeep struck the terminal and burst into flames.

The 27-year-old, from Bangalore, India, had suffered burns to 90% of his body when he was arrested.

Good. One less murdering terrorist on the streets of Britain. Although to be honest, reading:
The man died in Glasgow Royal Infirmary on Thursday evening. He had been transferred to the specialist burns unit there from the Royal Alexandra Hospital, in Paisley.

I do actually object somewhat to my tax money being spent on someone who tried to murder hundreds of people and cause hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of damage. Because of our NHS, the people he tried to kill essentially paid for his medical treatment.

But the story reminds me of a text message forwarded to me from Beloved:
1 can of petrol £5.40, 2 Calor Gas bottles £42.50, 2nsd hand Jeep Cherokee £2,450. Watching two murdering terrorists try and burn themselves alive? Priceless!

P.s if anyone moans at me about how this is terrible taste, how could I want them to die blah blah, don't bother. Fuck off, am not interested in your politically correct rubbish. If we spent less time making excuses and more time doing something about scum like this maybe the country would be in a better situation than it is now.

7 comments:

Fidothedog said...

Have you seen some of the bits Theo Spark has done on old crispy boy Ahmed? Class.

Trixy said...

I shall go look now!

Belle de Jure said...

He he -- Trixy, you are naughty, but I like you :).

youdontknowme said...

I think it is a disgrace. Why should we fund a terrorist's healthcare when an RAF soldier has recently died from cancer when he was refused treatment because the drugs needed weren't licensed on the English NHS? If we lived in Scotland it would be different though.

Surely that soldier should have had more right to life than a terrorist?

Mark Wadsworth said...

Totally agreed, it might be in bad taste, but so what? Isn't mass murder in pretty awful taste as well?

Vindico said...

Ooh. Special branch will be bugging you phone now. You better watch what you write.

Trixy said...

BdJ - I try... ;)