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Al Qaeda Use Blackburn Library For Recruitment: Reading Pressure Group Delighted

by | 10th, May 2010

ISHAQ Kanmi, 23, of Cromwell Street, Blackburn, Lancashire, does plead guilty at Manchester Crown Court to using online chatrooms to post terrorist messages. Yeah, they’re not all paedos on web chatrooms. Phew!

Kanmi claimed to be a member of La-Qaeda. He also wanted people to kill Gordon Brown and Tony Blair, neither of whom can be offed by conventional democracy.

And from where did Mr Kanmi plan World War III? Why, in that bastion of security that is Blackburn central library. Chances are that he made the threats in very big print.

As reader Bat E Bird asks:

Is this another one who just doesn’t seem very bright? How scared should we be of someone who uses the library’s computer to go in chat rooms?

To our mind, Mr Kanmi is an early contender for library user of the year. The kids of today need to put down their Playstations and iPods and make use of libraries before they are all turned into massage parlours, police drop in centres and Con-Lib social clubs.

Note: Al Qaeda is an equal opportunities emplyer and does not prejudice against the mentally negligible.



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