Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition
Posted by Exile on April 13, 2008
A mosque in the town of Shiraz in Iran blew up yesterday. One would suspect a bomb or some other infernal machine or maybe even a suicide bomber. But no. No bomb. No act of terror. According to the police chief in the town the explosion was caused by an accident in an ammunition depot inside the mosque.
Ammunition depot? In a mosque? So much for the religion of peace. I ask myself, is this normal only in Iran or do all mosques have an ammunition depot as part of the inventory and holy artifacts?
I was just wondering…
Comparing that to other news I found today, I felt a little shiver of disbelief as I read about the efforts of the intelligence services in the United Kingdom. According to the Home Secretary, there are thirty active terror plots going on in the UK and the police intelligence agencies are surveilling some 22,000 people and 200 networks.
Something is terribly wrong here. How on earth can there be 22,000 people that need constant surveillance if multiculturalism is as successful as Gordon Brown and his government would have us believe? 30 active terror plots? And no arrests yet? Police taking a day off, are they? Or is it just that the present laws are making it impossible to hinder these fanatics? Who are they?
Once again, just wondering…
ammunition depots mosques are there in the UK?
Authors note: “Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition” is a patriotic song written by Frank Loesser and published as sheet music in 1942 by Famous Music Corp. The song was a response to the Attack on Pearl Harbor that marked United States involvement in World War II.