SCOTLAND’S SHAME August 31, 2006 kim lien Many Posts 0 Slowly, ever so slowly, we are taking over the planet. Posted by Tim B. on 08/31/2006 at 11:04 AM The comments over there are hilarious: Time to introduce a natural predator? BWAHAHAHAHA!!! Posted by 68W40 on 2006 08 31 at 11:26 AM • permalink Randy bunch, ain’t ya! Posted by Latino on 2006 08 31 at 11:32 AM • permalink Ahhh ya laddies will have everything under thumb, soon. Posted by El Cid on 2006 08 31 at 12:14 PM • permalink I was at Blair Castle last week, and boy were they a bunch of Atholls. Posted by Mr. Bingley on 2006 08 31 at 12:14 PM • permalink I have a lot of respect for men who secure enough to wear skirts, and like to throw around large rocks and telephone poles for fun. Posted by crittenden on 2006 08 31 at 01:06 PM • permalink So Tim, you’re a typical Australian, like Paul Hogan? Posted by saltydog on 2006 08 31 at 03:50 PM • permalink Tim Blair should be Tim Tam! Hunk of spunk! http://www.arnotts.com.au/products/TimTam.aspx Tim Tam biscuits first hit supermarket shelves in 1964. They were named after a horse that won the Kentucky Derby in 1958. Also this article says it all about the Lambers living in the Land Of Oz-lamb-abad http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,20867,20322022-601,00.html While the yet-to-be-released report does not identify the Government figures, The Australian has obtained a letter the reference group wanted to release in March attacking a speech by Peter Costello, in which he said many Australian Muslims had divided loyalties. But the group, led by academic Ameer Ali and made up of clerics and community leaders, was stopped by the Government from publishing the letter. It is understood the letter, which also refers to remarks made by Mr Howard, Attorney-General Philip Ruddock and backbenchers Bronwyn Bishop and Danna Vale, was sent to the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs for release, but never went past Mr Robb’s office. The advisory group was furious about the Costello remarks and the furore that focused on Muslims when Ms Bishop called for traditional Muslim dress to be banned in schools and Ms Vale said Australia was in danger of aborting itself “almost out of existence” and becoming a Muslim nation. So keep writing Anglo non Hyphen bbq loving australians even fallon gongers we liike you but write to Bronwyn because you might end up like England and be banned from stating a truth in your own county. Today’s banning is the Western beauty contest and there will be no work today or from now on because the Islamic slutty women, and Sheiks say so. Ok I’ll hide my macrami speedo bikinni but Islamics we will not forget this comment. Posted by 1.618 on 2006 08 31 at 08:56 PM • permalink Responses from muslim-pillage forum. TIM TAM!!! http://forums.muslimvillage.net/index.php?s=72a61eb11e6a742f3bc5f981fbd918f6&showtopic=25999null Bumma, this is not an Islamic state, we don[‘t have to go back to the 14th century and letting them live here. The advisory group was furious about the Costello remarks and the furore that focused on Muslims when Ms Bishop called for traditional Muslim dress to be banned in schools and Ms Vale said Australia was in danger of aborting itself “almost out of existence” and becoming a Muslim nation. Posted by 1.618 on 2006 08 31 at 09:09 PM • permalink You don’t have to believe that a rust-colored calf could bring about the end of the world — or that 72 black-eyed virgins await the pious Islamic suicide bomber in paradise — but there are many people who do, and are prepared to act on that belief. This is a stubborn reality that eludes many of us in the modern, secular West, particularly those who work in the media, and who are therefore responsible for reporting and explaining the world to the masses. This is why the Islamic community cannot intergrate into our society, it thinks the west is delusional. We are dealing with ancient religious convictions and memories, and they are driving forces in the modern world. The secular press just doesn’t get it, but it seems to me there’s no other way to understand this. In order to find the present we must search the past, because this race is dysfunctional within the community due to programming that cannot work within the culture here. Posted by 1.618 on 2006 08 31 at 09:20 PM • permalink Um Tim, what’s a “larrikin”? Posted by Vanguard of the Commentariat on 2006 08 31 at 09:41 PM • permalink We’ve all got a little Blair in us. Please drink responsibly. (paraphrase of a rather strange ad on American TV which involves standing with one leg lifted as if resting on an invisible foot rail) Posted by RebeccaH on 2006 08 31 at 11:04 PM • permalink Blairworld – coming soon to your neighbourhood. Sooner than you think – heh heh heh… So we’ll all be tearing up the tar in small red automobiles and reminiscing about our days at the Bulletin? Beats Beazleyworld or Brownworld if you ask me. Posted by SwinishCapitalist on 2006 09 01 at 12:03 AM • permalink Vanguard: Larrikin – I didn’t realise this one was an Aussie-ism. Possibly best translated as a bit of a lair or rogue; someone who plays up; who takes the mick or takes the piss but does no real harm. They are usually both dinky-di and rigi-didge. Fair dinkum. I trust that’s clear. Posted by Stop Continental Drift! on 2006 09 01 at 04:01 AM • permalink Tnx SCD. That’s our Tim! 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