On the Wing

Flying in the face of widespread left wing extremism!

British Terrorists in Bombay?

Posted by Exile on November 29, 2008

According to a certain Mr. Vilasrao Deshmukh, Chief Minister of Maharashtra state, two British-born Pakistanis were among eight gunmen arrested by Indian authorities.

This has since been played down by the British prime minister and his foreign secretary and has been subsequently denied by the Indian government. In fact, the indians are saying that Mr. Deshmukh never said it. Which is a bit strange, because the rumours were out within 48 hours after the start of the attack. So someone must have blabbed.

The indian authorities also denied any British caualties. Which is also strange as at least one prominent figure, the only known Briton confirmed dead, was Andreas Liveras, a 73-year-old yachting tycoon shot dead in the Taj Mahal Palace hotel on Wednesday night. So someone must have been told to shut up.

Reading my last post, directly below, before the crap hit the ventilator in Bombay, I think the British government are having a hard time controlling the effects I described. What was that I found in the TOL?

Oh yes. Here it is;

About 400,000 British Pakistanis are estimated to travel between the UK and Pakistan each year. A disproportionate number can trace their lineage back to Kashmir. For the small number seeking a gateway to alQaeda, Kashmiri militant organisations are the obvious first port of call.

Sometimes, I amaze myself.


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