Reciprocity

If the West used the principle of reciprocity, we’d find it easy to control hostile Muslim immigrants and nations without descending to their level of barbarism. Here are some suggested examples using today’s reports.

Mohamed Fayed:

Prince Phillip. Princess Diana’s sister Sarah McCorquodale, two former Scotland Yard Commissioners Lord Condon and Lord Stevens, two French pathologists, the French police and the French Establishment today claimed Mohamed Fayed is “an habitual liar with no respect for British institutions”. The Home Office announced deportation proceedings have been commenced against Fayed.

Iran:

“The cancerous growth Iran will soon disappear,” the commander of Israel’s Rocket Forces announced today.

Hamas:

Two David rockets fired from Sderot hit a town in the southern Gaza strip on Monday afternoon, one of them exploding near an EU soup kitchen.

The Boys Brigades, the Israeli teenagers military wing, claimed responsibility for firing the rockets. A spokesman said they hoped to improve improve range beyond the current 100 km, and deploy thermobaric warheads as soon as their allowances were paid next week.

The Palestinian government announced plans to evacuate essential personnel, notably themselves, to Egypt.

Fanatical British pensioner given community service:

A British pensioner who was on the verge of carrying out his plan to to kidnap and execute the chairman of his local Sharia Court “like a pig” when police caught up with him has been sentenced to pick up litter for two weeks…

The 77-year-old talked of kidnapping someone and then tying them up before getting a “DVD movie camera” and recording a statement to be released on the BBC. He said he would put his victim’s head on a stick and then burn the body.

Sentencing him, the judge lauded the defendant’s public spirit, but convicted him of planning to improperly dispose of waste.

The Rage Boys:

NATO denounced yesterday the reprinting of a blasphemous Muslim cartoons labeling Christians, Jews and women as “Slaves and Kuffars”, warning it could lead to confrontations between, on the one side, Christians, Jews, and women, and on the other Muslims males.

“By reprinting these cartoons we are heading toward a bigger conflict and that shows that both sides will be hostages of their radicals,”NATO Secretary-General Tebbit told AFP in Istanbul.

“It is not a way of improving your rights and exercising your freedoms when you use these rights for insulting the most sacred values and symbols of the civilized and heavily armed Free World, and inciting hatred,” he said. “This is a very wrong, provocative way — unacceptable. And suicidal.”

Bring it on.

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