I am very pissed off at these dicks for two reasons. For taking life but also the lives that they took. Not those of the politicians, who are conveniently all in the same place at the moment. But lives of just regular workers. 9-5 people. I understand that this is the nature of terrorism. You can’t spell “terrorism” with out “terror”. Perhaps I am most disturbed by the fact that I have just got off a bus and my friends are travelling by train. If you think about it you begin to realise that work really isn’t worth it. Actually, if you are in London, or indeed anywhere in England, screw work. Go home and hug the ones you love, it'll make you feel better and it is a damn sight more important right now.
I have got a couple of friends in
The other thing I’m pissed off about is the fact that now (conspiracy theorists, be at the ready) the G8 have a new focus. Those bombs killed more than 37
President George W Bush, speaking at the G8 summit, told reporters: "The war on terror goes on". US
"We will not yield to these terrorists, we will find them, we will bring them to justice," he said.
See anyone, Bob Geldof included, who says “Hey remember
Just to fuel the conspiracy fire, here is a quote from Stuff.co.nz:
"We are clearly shocked but we are not surprised by what has happened," assistant deputy commissioner of London police Brian Paddick told reporters, adding no warning had been received.
"Not surprised"? Did they know this was going to happen?
- Terrorists = despicable
- World leaders = bad
- African aid = good
- 37 dead & ~700 injured people = fucking terrible
PS. I had intended to write a humorous piece about