Monday, November 22, 2010

Germany expecting attacks from British terrorists

I know, I know; there are so many Islamist terror attacks that they get boring, but I notice that ". . . two Brits were said to be at the center" of this one.

I wonder if these two brits were among those who received early release from British jails:

Or if not whether they were radicalized in British jails: "The Royal United Services Institute has suggested that as many as 800 Muslims have been radicalised behind bars and could present a security threat on release over the next decade. Terrorists who were eligible to be freed over the past two years included Abu Bakr Mansha, jailed for plotting to kill a British soldier, and Khalid Khaliq, an associate of the July 7 bombers who was jailed for possessing documents useful for terrorism."

Given this British philosophy, I think they should reconsider the Pit Bull Terrier. They've banned this perfectly good dog along with some other very fine breeds, the Japanese Tosa, Dogo Argentino, and Fila Braziliero. I am outraged by this British inconsistency. Why not lock these dogs up for a few years in dog years -- probably 3 or 4 months -- and then release them back into society. They probably all have much better records than the Islamic Terrorists they are releasing.

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