Friday, September 02, 2005

Dangerous driving and terrorism - linked at last

I am exceptionally pleased to have been equipped with the new test for identifying suspected terrorists. Major General Lynch, who was justifying the decision to shoot to kill a Reuters journalist as "appropriate", explained the test for novices:

"That car approached at a high rate of speed and then conducted activity that in itself was suspicious. There were individuals hanging outside with what looked to be a weapon. It stopped and immediately put itself in reverse. Again suspicious activity. Our soldiers on the scene used established rules of engagement and all the training received ... decided that it was appropriate to engage that particular car. And as a result of that the driver was indeed killed and the passenger was hurt by shards of glass."
I am just calling the terrorist hotline to let the Government know that my local supermarket carpark is a hotbed of terrorism.


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