Friday, January 04, 2008

He's back

Islamo-cretin of the year and, apparently, the internet's Number 11 "Radical Muslim"2. Like, as we all know, Neil Clark has Britain's best blog.

And what is he back with?

  • It was a good thing for Pakistan that Benazir Bhutto was killed.
  • The situation in Kenya is clearly the fault of the UK and the US.
  • Diana was killed by the masons.
  • The teddy bear demanded 40 lashes.
  • Slavery has never happened in Islamic countries (and was Britain's fault anyway).

Glad to see his absence hasn't sharpened either his intellect or his grasp of reality. I suppose if your ideal is a life of 6th Century peasantry, then neither are of any use. Hopefully we'll see him back in the comments, trying to justify his pathetic drivel.

1. Update: err, no, he isn't reliably. At 11:30 GMT, 4th Jan, he was number 10, after a guy called Mohammed Saleem, some proper news sites, Amazon and a Muslim dating site. He now seems to be back up. Not the most accurate indicator of worldwide significance, methinks. Update 2: oops. Mr Saleem is an apostate.

2. Using exactly the same criteria, can I please point out that not only I am the internet's Number 1 for "Surreptitious Evil" (which will really upset the world-wide conspiracy of the Elders of Zion, the Bilderberg Group, David Icke's lizards and the Illuminati), I am second through to fifth as well, and a full 8 of the top 10. I am just off to change the price of gold, crush the co-operative movement and introduce a 43 second delay to all internet packets carrying IRC traffic.

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