Sunny Days in Heaven
Spiritual/Political/Philosophical Blog on the Nature of Truth and Falsehood and Heaven

Sunday, July 10, 2005  

The British Message

After giving aid to a young woman seriously burned, this man later said:

"I see nothing heroic about what I did," says Dadge. "You simply do what you have to do. You don't think about it, you just do it -- like a lot of people here did.

"That should be a message to these terrorists, whether they turn out to be al-Qaida or not," says Dadge. "You won't beat us down here in London. Rest assured, we'll all be back on those trains."

You won't beat us. We'll be back on those trains.

What's missing here?

Isn't this like saying, "We're like ants. We'll go back to our business of being ants. You can't stop us for long."

Shouldn't they be saying, "Since you like death so much, we're coming to kill every single, last one of you b**tards!"

posted by Mark Butterworth | 4:07 PM |