Credulous Nincompoops and Delusions of Grandeur and Plain Weird23 Jan 2009 04:34 pm
By Nelson

If closing of Guantanamo prison means keeping potential terrorists looks, i do not approve it.
Rajace, Dallas

No idea mate.

Close Gitmo and send the inmates to Europe who will welcome them with open arms. Interestingly, I have heard that of the inmates released, many have returned to involvement in terrorism.
Jen, Australia

Someone should make a note of this “shit that Jen heard” and raise it at the next world meeting.

29 Responses to “Terrorist Looks”

  1. on 23 Jan 2009 at 4:48 pm whatnottowear

    Isn’t the terrorist look part of the new dolce & gabbana spring/summer collection?

  2. on 23 Jan 2009 at 5:26 pm Rich (MMath)(Oxon)

    Terrorist?

    Terror-ist, more like.

  3. on 23 Jan 2009 at 5:27 pm bob

    ‘Interestingly, I have heard that of the inmates released, many have returned to involvement in terrorism.’

    So, many of your friends move in terrorist circles then?

  4. on 23 Jan 2009 at 5:50 pm TNL

    “If closing of Guantanamo prison means keeping potential terrorists looks, i do not approve it.”

    This is the sort of thing that Obama just did not think about when closing Gitmo. We will always be at risk from terrorists, whilst the likes of Obama do not take incoherent, nonsense advice from people like Rajace.

  5. on 23 Jan 2009 at 7:38 pm Liberal Left and Proud

    Next the secret Muslim, Kenyan born Antichrist will be saying the CIA can’t torture the evil bastards. Which means they will be free to terrorize HYS contributors. It’s that serious, people.

  6. on 23 Jan 2009 at 10:19 pm Daley Mayle

    Europe will embrace ex-Gitmo detainees with open arms? What fresh hell is this, when Swedish soft-rockers fund (alleged) international terrorism? Yet more proof – as if any were needed!!! – that liberal countries are in league with the devil…

  7. on 23 Jan 2009 at 10:36 pm Kieran

    I blame Woolworths. The cunts couldn’t keep on the Islams in shit dead end jobs and now the UKish institution of selling tats for chips is down the pan (WITH OUR ECONIMEES) the Islams (not englishs) have got more time for bombing.

    Tony B LIAR and his mates make me sick. Saving banks and not saving WELL WORTHS ITS.

  8. on 24 Jan 2009 at 12:11 am DW

    Lol @ Jen

    Just send them down under like we used to back in the old days!

  9. on 24 Jan 2009 at 2:07 pm Hitler's Penis

    “Interestingly, I have heard that of the inmates released, many have returned to involvement in terrorism” says Jen. Ah no. Look Jen. “Interestingly” means that you are referring to something which is, er, interesting, you see. What Jen’s comment really meant to say was “Fuckwitboringly, I have heard that of the inmates released, many have returned to involvement in tourism.” There you go: makes perfect sense. Fact. You couldn’t make it up: indeed, I didn’t.

  10. on 24 Jan 2009 at 2:39 pm Alex

    Interestingly, I have heard that of the inmates released, many have returned to involvement in terrorism.

    Two schoolboy errors there Jen. The first is that “I have heard” actually makes you sound less, not more authoritative. The second is that, if you start with something like “of the inmates released”, you build us up for a more specific figure than “many”.

  11. on 24 Jan 2009 at 5:22 pm The Scarlet Avenger

    What a truly shit website.

  12. on 24 Jan 2009 at 10:18 pm Bob the Killer Goldfish

    Releasing people from Gitmo will lead to World War III. If I’m right.

  13. on 25 Jan 2009 at 1:20 am Hitler's Testicles

    Has anyone seen my penis?

  14. on 25 Jan 2009 at 1:23 am Hitler's Pet Elephant's Left Earlobe

    Interestingly, I have heard that of the inmates released, many have returned to involvement in terrorism.

    You should tell the authorities. They would welcome interesting information like that.

  15. on 25 Jan 2009 at 11:12 pm SuperCraggs

    Yes Jen,

    Because there is nothing like indefinite imprisonment and daily rounds of torture to get people a bit miffed at you and hell-bent on your destruction huh?

  16. on 26 Jan 2009 at 8:38 am Albert Muffpie

    Fuck, Rajace doesn’t approve it. I guess Obama’s right to close down the camp should be rejected now. After all, we can’t have the democratically elected leader of the US, representative of their people and commander-in-chief of their forces making military decisions which affect how the world sees their country without contradicting the opinion of some bellend in Texas, can we?

  17. on 26 Jan 2009 at 10:19 am dirigible

    The “why don’t you cheese eating surrender monkeys look after them then hur hur hur” argument is a bit faily.

    Robust individualist libertarians are never so self righteous as when demanding someone else sort out their problems.

  18. on 26 Jan 2009 at 10:56 am anon

    …like Blue Steel, only evil!

  19. on 26 Jan 2009 at 1:34 pm Funny Peculiar

    WHAT ARE YOU MEMORIES OF TONY HART?…

    “Morph, that brown thing with limbs who talked cobblers, was a fantastic comedy act for children and adults alike, him and his equally dim-witted blue friend. Excellent.

    The Gallery was a fantastic display of artistic talent and ability, from the generation of the late seventies and the early eighties, which was to become the final chapter before targets, ethnic selection, political correctness, greed, and alcopops stretched their tentacles and strangled the following chav generations.”
    Withnail Xtreme, Camden Town

    I never realised Morph was the final chapter of British culture.

    And I didn’t know he got strangled by a greedy, politically correct, non-white, tentacle-waving alcopop-monster. I must have missed that episode.

  20. on 26 Jan 2009 at 1:41 pm Far-Q

    “Morrell said that of the former detainees who returned to terrorism, 18 are confirmed and 43 are suspected of participating in terrorist activities.”

    “About 520 detainees have been released from Guantanamo or transferred to other governments since the facility was established in 2002.”

    18 out of 520 confirmed = 3.5%.
    That doesn’t sound like many to me.
    ‘A few’ maybe, or ‘a tiny proportion’.

    PS I heard Jen, Australia has a tendency to spout any old bollocks she’s been told as if it’s gospel truth.

  21. on 26 Jan 2009 at 3:44 pm Dr Shade

    Interestingly, I have heard that of the inmates released, many found a welcome in Jen’s open arms and partook of her invitation to bust one up her ringpiece* as she likes a bit of chocolate-loving…

    (* but only because her ladyparts are so shrivelled and dried up from misuse)

  22. on 26 Jan 2009 at 3:59 pm Throbbe

    I never realised Morph was the final chapter of British culture.

    Ah, Withnail Extreme, one of my personal favourite HYS bellends. Bit of an odd choice of name for one whining about the misuse of alcohol.

  23. on 26 Jan 2009 at 4:20 pm WithNail Extreme's Stickman Dog

    [quote]The Gallery was a fantastic display of artistic talent and ability, from the generation of the late seventies and the early eighties, which was to become the final chapter before targets, ethnic selection, political correctness, greed, and alcopops stretched their tentacles and strangled the following chav generations.”[/quote]

    I’m trying to work out whether a) he got something on there and this is his way of belittling the acheivement of everyone else who had something on it; or b) he entered every week with stick-man drawings of his dogs and never got anything on there and this is his explanation (PC gorn mad)

  24. on 26 Jan 2009 at 5:46 pm Funny Peculiar

    I wonder if any of your readers have noticed that Jen’s suggestion for The EU to offer citizenship to Guantanamo prisoners is actually an alternative version of a false-logic non-sequitur that you occasionally see on HYS whereby an uncomfortable opinion is rejected by equating that opinion to the inferiority of foreign countries? By categorising disagreeable views as non-indigenous, the HYS-poster can re-affirm the popular misconception that the only acceptable behaviour in society is one’s own and that any challenge to one’s personal comfort zone, ipso facto, represents a challenge to the whole of decent society and so, ‘logically’, that challenge must stem from an unacceptable foreign source. Jen’s sentiment is more normally expressed like this, “If you like it so much, why don’t you go and live there.”)

  25. on 26 Jan 2009 at 7:43 pm Bit Special

    Yeah, Withnail Xtreme, you’re such a fucking expert on Morph that you don’t even know that his mate was called Chas. I thought Morph was a plasticine turd-alike bloke who twatted about a bit in a vaguely amusing manner (if you were a kid) and The Gallery a selection of shit collages made out of glittery glued-on pasta, not the keening death knell for all that was good and right about English (not British) society, but what the fuck do I know, eh?

  26. on 27 Jan 2009 at 5:32 pm Funny Peculiar

    ON HOUSE OF LORDS CORRUPTION…
    It tells you everything you need to know about our society. How long before traffic cops are demanding money at check points and we require food aid that is being stolen by the political class and sold on the black market. The rule of law must cover all subjects or it should cover none. Corruption wouldn’t be that bad if they could at least empty the bins and stop people being stabbed to death on the streets of our once great country. Incompetence and corruption is just too much!

    [Objective_Reality], United Kingdom

    “Corruption wouldn’t be that bad, if they could at least empty the bins.” – Mwah! Molto Bella! Il mio eroe!

  27. on 02 Feb 2009 at 7:00 am Lord Jam

    Scary thing about this is that that is the kind of intel our leaders do seem to get. Anyone read that dossier about the WMDs? It wasn’t far off what Jen was saying and how she said it.

  28. on 03 Feb 2009 at 12:50 pm baron von hovis

    fuck it… send ‘em to australia – worked last time we ran out of space for criminals

  29. on 05 Feb 2009 at 9:42 pm Joris Bohnson

    Maybe Rajace is just having a pop at them damn forruns, always comin over here and lookingat him.